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Free Magazine Subscriptions for 2/25/09

Posted on Wednesday, February 25th, 2009 at 11:01 am
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Ready for some more freebies for your mailbox? Here are some offers I think you might like, including a free one-year magazine subscription.

Whether you will be getting married soon, know someone who is getting married or just want to ooh and ah at the gorgeous dresses, why not sign up for a free one-year magazine subscription to Bridal Guide. It is free when you click here and fill out a form.

Fandango through Freebizmag is sponsoring a free one year subscription to a cooking magazine! I love cooking magazine subscriptions because they provide so many recipes to try. This one is for La Cucina Italiana (The Italian Kitchen). To get your one year subscription, click here: La Cucina Italiana

If you are the parent, grandparent, aunt or uncle of a little one, you’ll want to pick up a free subscription to American Baby Magazine. To get a whole year for free, just click here: American Baby.

Here is a great free magazine subscription! RewardsGold is offering Business Week for free for one year. This is a must have magazine for anyone who wants to keep on top of the economy and the business world. Incidentally, you may be offered other free subscriptions after you complete this offer. To get your free subscription, click here: Business Week.

Pac Sun is offering a free two-year subscription to Teen Vogue when you spend $50 using this link. While this offer requires a purchase, it might be worth it, since Pac Sun is having a sale right now.

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