1-Year Consumer Reports Magazine Subscription EXPIRED
Deal DetailsPromoted 04-27-2012 at 11:20 AM View Original Post
Note: The subscription will continue beyond the 12-month period unless you cancel
"Your subscription will renew automatically at the end of its term on an annual (13 issues) basis at the price then in effect, unless you tell us to stop. At the end of your subscription term, we will send you a reminder before your subscription is renewed."
Yes! Enter my subscription to Consumer Reports magazine for a full year. I'll receive 13 issues including the April Auto Issue and Annual Buying Guide for only $12.00. That's a savings of $72.87 off the newsstand price.
I just found a free 30 trial for consumerreports.org which is the online version. you can check it out for 30 before you decide if you want to subscribe.Heres the fine print and link:
Try ConsumerReports.org FREE for 30 days.
Enjoy the next 30 days of ConsumerReports.org as a free trial. We think you will find ConsumerReports.org so valuable that you will choose to continue your subscription. Following your free 30-day trial, your payment card will be charged for one year of ConsumerReports.org at our annual rate of $30. Automatic Subscription Renewal: The annual subscription is a continuous service, billed to your payment card each year at the rate then in effect. We will send an e-mail reminder before your subscription is renewed and you may cancel at any time. Partial months can not be refunded.
click on red subscribe button on right side of page.
[This did NOT work for me. I'm both an online and print subscriber but only see the $29 offer.]
If not a registered member, then register for the free 30-day online trial at the second link above, then sign-in, and try the first link above.
Afterwards, you can then cancel your online subscription easily at the link that appears after you sign in
Alternatively, if you do not want to sign up for the 30-day online subscription, yYour local library will surely have their own ID/Pwd for online subscription.
and chances are you can easily trick them to give you pwd!!
check to see if your city library's website have Articles and Databases page, usually if they have subscription to MasterFILE Premier then it should includes subscription to Consumer Reports as well as Kiplinger Personal Finance magazine in PDF file.