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Promoted 04-06-2013 at 02:51 PM View Original Post
Amazon.com has 1-Year TV Guide Magazine Subscription (Print + Kindle Edition) for $5 ($0.09/issue). Thanks SUCHaDEAL

Note, you may cancel your auto-renew anytime by navigating to your account and clicking on Manage Magazine Subscriptions to cancel.

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#46
Quote from FalconX View Post :
What if you already have an active subscription on amazon already? Will it work?
Quote from skate4music View Post :
Amazon had this same deal back in Nov/Dec. I got a 1 year subscription. If I were to order another one now would it just add a year to my current subscription?
Quote from Daddychoc View Post :
Good Question.
Quote from ps. View Post :
go to your 'subscription manager' in amazon (https://www.amazon.com/gp/magazin...ref=msm_dp) and choose add another year for $5
Yes...do that! Totally forgot about that option with Amazon... Smilie
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#47
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Surprised no one perverted this yet. laugh out loud

Oh...and...Elllllllaaaaiiiiiinnneeeee.....
Lets get off of mothers will ya....after all, I got off his last night.yummy
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#48
Quote from h1qual1ty View Post :
TIL people still order magazines

Only reason I ordered ESPN for 16 bucks for 4 years is to have insider on espn.com. magazine goes straight from my mailbox to the recycling bin.
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Only reason I ordered ESPN for 16 bucks for 4 years is to have insider on espn.com. magazine goes straight from my mailbox to the recycling bin.
Why not take it to a local Senior Center, Boys & Girls Club, YMCA, Barber Shop. Just tear/cut out the address label and donate it where someone will receive a benefit.
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#50
Quote from ps. View Post :
go to your 'subscription manager' in amazon (https://www.amazon.com/gp/magazin...ref=msm_dp)

and choose add another year for $5
Doesn't work for me. Only gives the option of adding another year for $20

I'll buy a new sub, use the same exact address and hope it adds in. Not too much trouble for $5
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#51
If you bought this deal last November you can extend it to Dec 2014 by paying an additional $5.
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#52
Quote from Beartrkkr View Post :
My TV guide is accessed by clicking "Guide" on the remote.

I'm surprised this publication is still in print.
Quote from avhokie View Post :
This will go well with my rabbit ears and my VCR Smilie
I used to work at TV Guide a long time ago.

We were America's Coaster. But when they went to full size and lost the grids and the local editions, it became to generic for me.

The subscriber base was once huge. For decades it was the #1 magazine in the U.S. If you had TV Guide as a kid in your house, you got it as an adult because you got hooked on the content and breadth of it's editorial.

Like all magazines, it's hurting. But since I come from a newspaper and publishing family, I say: Get this deal! Good reporting doesn't just fall out of trees, it needs to be paid for!
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#53
Quote from h1qual1ty View Post :
TIL people still order magazines
Must be the same people who order DVDs when so much is available for streaming.
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#54
Quote from jimmy5 View Post :
If you had TV Guide as a kid in your house, you got it as an adult because you got hooked on the content and breadth of it's editorial.
Not really. I got it as an adult so I would know what was on when. Once I had a functional future guide in my TiVo (not that cable box crappy guide that just shows you what's on at the moment), I ditched TV Guide. Don't recall caring about the editorials (though the last page was funny IIRC - don't even remember what it was specifically only that it was an Andy Rooney type of commentary or something).
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Quote from HofstraJet View Post :
Not really. I got it as an adult so I would know what was on when. Once I had a functional future guide in my TiVo (not that cable box crappy guide that just shows you what's on at the moment), I ditched TV Guide. Don't recall caring about the editorials (though the last page was funny IIRC - don't even remember what it was specifically only that it was an Andy Rooney type of commentary or something).
Editorial content meaning everything there but advertising, grids included. The point about if you had it in your house as a child was that users became spoiled at the quality of its content, and then when they became adults, subscribed because the freebies in the Sunday papers stunk. It's common for many magazines. TVG was not number 1 for nothing.

With cable-supplied grids, and later the Web, they had to figure out some way to survive, so became more of a TV/Hollywood journal. It's been bought and sold a number of times.
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#56
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Does TV Guide still show TV schedules? With online streaming, does anyone watch TV on a schedule anymore?
YES
http://www.tvguide.com/
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#57
I just use TitanTV.com [titantv.com]
Awesome online TV guide.
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#58
Thanks, in for one (year).

Btw, I'm guessing pretty much everyone who buys/subscribes to TV Guide does it for the articles. Only the elderly folks who don't go on the 'net or don't know how to wrangle with a cable/satellite controller will actually get this for the grids. So stupid jokes about how it's antiquated, etc. are stupid.
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Quote from Blade2000 View Post :
Must be the same people who order DVDs when so much is available for streaming.
Can't tell if sarcastic or ignorant... Confused If not sarcastic, I'll just say those who buy Blu-Rays do it for the absolutely better picture and sound quality. And those that still buy regular dvds are still smarter than you, as they're actually owning their movies, unlike those who pay for the license to view it Wink.
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Why not take it to a local Senior Center, Boys & Girls Club, YMCA, Barber Shop. Just tear/cut out the address label and donate it where someone will receive a benefit.
They're too slow to read, what do you expect? Stick Out Tongue
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