It depends. One of the things RG will tell you - if it's paying attention - is that you've already "used that offer; please check the box [x] Guest and send it to a family member or friend." -It doesn't define what a family member is. I have three children who are 14, 12, and 10. (They all have four legs). I had to merge two WSJ subscriptions together. "She's my 12 year-old daughter who went and got her own subscription vs. asking to read mine. So if we can just combine them, I'll make sure she doesn't do this again."
I don't know how dedicated everyone is to maintaining subscriptions because they read everything they get and get what they want to read; or is it merely a hobby to get every free magazine possible and if it's not free, they don't want it? If you want continuous subscriptions, then don't wait until the last minute, hoping it'll show up. Grab'em whilst they're hot.
Do you guys know how to look up Wallstreetjournal subscription? I signed up thru RewardsGold, however, I get the paper without a sticker that would show account number.
I also registered on Wallstreetjournal's website but cannot locate my subscription without the account number.
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