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Consumer Reports Online Access $22

flea 5,477 2,435 August 27, 2012 at 05:17 PM in Home & Home Improvement (8)
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Last Edited by flea August 23, 2016 at 07:46 AM
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Consumer Reports [consumerreports.org] has an offer through Union Plus to have access to their online site for $22 for the year. It's normally $30. I was able to renew my subscription at the discount rate and I'm not a Union Plus member.

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Special discount for Union members!


$22.00 For Union members. ConsumerReports.org for one year; Auto-Renewing yearly

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.
http://www.consumerreports.org/cr...ethod=auto
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Cool I was hit with $28 bucks... I'll see if I can get it for this $22 price.. Thanks
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Seems complex since I had started my this year. Tells me I have already a member going. I guess you can't stack the membership fees so the next one would kick in.
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Looks good. Thanks for sharing here.
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You might want to check out your local library to see if you can get FREE access to PDF scans of Consumer Reports online.
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They must have gone up. I got a deal on my subscription last year for $12.00.
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I got (surprise) free subscription of consumer reports from Ooma for being a loyal customer for them. After my first issue receiption, I was checking my Ooma sub folder in emails... then found an old email from Ooma about this.. :-) Now I need to renew my subscription once it gets expired..
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Most local libraries have it free anyway.
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Access from home by signing in to local library website.
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Quote from Bibliotecher View Post :
You might want to check out your local library to see if you can get FREE access to PDF scans of Consumer Reports online.
I'm pretty sure the online portion contains boatloads of information that is never included in the printed magazine.
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Can anyone please PM me the April Auto Info?

Thx & Rep'd...
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I may be missing the point to this.. so people like us just review things and they're online for a fee?

Why not just check Yelp, Google, Consumer Rip Off, BBB, JD Power, etc.?
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Quote from sensia View Post :
Most local libraries have it free anyway.
It's not exactly the same as the magazine.
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If you don't want access to the magazine...just find any library that will give you login info. I used one from Virginia yesterday I think (I live in California..).
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Quote from snouzer View Post :
I may be missing the point to this.. so people like us just review things and they're online for a fee?

Why not just check Yelp, Google, Consumer Rip Off, BBB, JD Power, etc.?
I think it cost us $20 since we subscribe to the magazine.

It's not really a site for leaving reviews or complaints. It has a lot of different and more recent info than the magazine. Oh, and if you do want to complain, forget the BBB. They are hardly impartial. Check it out - BBB [bbbthetruth.com] .
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