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ESPN Magazine & Insider 1-Year Renewal EXPIRED

Evo-IC 4,416 February 12, 2013 at 03:58 AM in Sporting Goods (11)
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Promoted 02-13-2013 at 12:43 AM View Original Post
ESPN Magazine offers a One Year Renewal for existing customers for $1. Please login with your account information or account number to see promotional offer. Thanks Evo-IC

Please note, be sure to cancel auto-renew when your subscription nears expiration

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Edited February 13, 2013 at 03:43 PM by Evo-IC
Get an ESPN The Magazine renewal for 26 issues + Free ESPN Insider Premium online content upgrade for $1 flat. (Also valid for 1 year)

All of the college basketball (tourney) and football coverage (bowl), along with major pro sports and in-depth sports articles.
You also get the ESPN, "Body" issue along with the ESPN, "Next" issue and at least 3 double-issues during your subscription period.

Not bad for a buck.

- CLICK ME - [ESPN.COM]

If this doesn't work, try THIS LINK [ESPN.COM]
- Thanks to pobonilla415 <-------Please rep this person as well.

Try using IE / Firefox / Chrome if either link is not working for you or showing an incorrect price - If that STILL does not work, try typing in, "espn.com/thankyou" manually.
I use Chrome, FYI.


What's the catch?
You must be a current subscriber in order to have access to this deal.

What's the REAL catch?
They'll charge you the regular renewal price at the end of the 1 year subscription unless you cancel the renewal beforehand.

In other words, don't forget to cancel the renewal.

Enjoy!!

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#46
I signed up for the one year subscription two years ago and they're still sending me magazines. The Insider, the only real useful part, expired after a year a scheduled though. The only use I've found for the magazines is as lining for my parrot cages.
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#47
The thankyou link worked fine the other was trying to charge me $26 but now I have ESPN till 2018.
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#48
Quote from hypnero View Post :
The thankyou link worked fine the other was trying to charge me $26 but now I have ESPN till 2018.
OMG

Whoa.

Updated the original post to let people know to try using IE / Firefox / Chrome if it is not working for them.
I use Chrome, FYI.
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#49
I've had the same issue in the past. Apparently, even if you have a long-running subscription (like I have--taking advantage every time one of these deals pop up), you have to call in to customer service and re-activate your Insider access annually. It's kind of an annoyance, but they'll walk you through it, and there is no additional charge as a magazine subscriber.

Quote from Billymadison51 View Post :
Anyone know why my subscription for ESPN magazine is good for another year, but apparently I have to sign up for Insider again, which depending on which website I'm on, could incur a charge? Always thought that as long as I had ESPN magazine, I had Insider access.

I hate ESPN's website - it's so poorly managed.

Also, did anyone get a confirmation email for the 1-year extension?
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#50
Is it just me or is there no box to enter in my billing address?
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#51
Mine expired a month ago but this deal works! First link give me $11 but the thank you link give me $1. I suggest everyone should try this deal even thou your superscription has been expired.
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#52
Quote from wahoooob View Post :

Does anyone know if you can cancel the magazine - I really just want insider access!?
I've tried and they are not able to do it. Wanted to save some trees but it was a no go.
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#53
For some reason I can only do 26 dollars for $26 issues. I've tried both link, on the second link clicking "manage account." Am I missing something?

EDIT: Nvm. Both first and second link didn't take me anywhere. Just manually type in ESPN.com/thankyou.

Thanks!
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#54
Great deal thanks!
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#55
Nice! Thanks for the deal OP!!
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#56
My card is set to expire this year. Does that mean they won't be able to charge it since they won't know my new expiration date?
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#57
espn.com/thankyou


^^Use that, it works. One less Mcdonalds dollar menu burger in my stomach... darn! Stick Out Tongue
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Quote from funknjunk View Post :
Great deal thanks!
Quote from FortGary66 View Post :
Nice! Thanks for the deal OP!!
No worries.
Glad it worked out for so many people.
Nothing like 52 weeks of bathroom fodder plus website access to geek info when it comes time for Fantasy Football season for $1.

And, even after all the years, I still smile when a deal makes front page. nod
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#59
I've tried this multiple times using both chrome and IE. I get the espn page that says I've successfully signed up, but when I double check plugging my acct # back in, it hasn't been updated. Also, no confirmation email. Any ideas please?
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Quote from DuckinCA View Post :
My card is set to expire this year. Does that mean they won't be able to charge it since they won't know my new expiration date?
Don't worry, they will mail you a bill...and then you will call and cancel, and they will keep sending it and keep billing you anyways.
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