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Promoted 06-07-2016 by persian_mafia at 09:50 PM View Original Post
DiscountMags.com has 1-Year Forbes Magazine (24-Issues) on sale for $4.99 with coupon code 40933. Thanks brisar

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This works out to just under 21¢ per issue. DiscountMags does not auto-renew magazine subscriptions. -Corwin

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Edited June 7, 2016 at 05:39 PM by TattyBear
Just under 21¢ per issue

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DM does not auto-renew unless you sign up for their DiscountLock program.

* Uncheck the box for the DiscountLock Program during Checkout.
* If you do sign up for it, and want to cancel it, you can do so at any time via your acct at the DM website.

Info on DiscountLock from DM Website
We do not do forced automatic renewals. For those who do not want to miss any issues, and wish to lock in the discount they got, we offer DiscountLock. If you are enrolled in DiscountLock, we will automatically renew your subscription at that the same discounted price, if available, before the end of your ordered term. This means you won’t have to worry about paying a higher price when at time of renewal and you won't have any disruption in your subscription service.

If you use PayPal for your purchase, DM (like some other vendors), will add an authorization on your account for recurring payments (although if you do not sign up for the DiscountLock program, DM will not auto-renew).

Some folks may wish to remove this from their PayPal account.

Info on Cancelling Auto-Billing from PayPal Site
https://www.paypal.com/selfhelp/article/FAQ2327

Log in to your PayPal Account.
Click Profile near the top of the page.
Click Payment preferences.
Click Update next to "My PreApproved Payments".
Select the merchant.
Click Cancel, Cancel automatic billing or Cancel subscription and follow the instructions.

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If anyone is interested, you can pick up Forbes for free (700 Pts) from RecycleBank.

Some folks don't want to mess with the freebies, which I can appreciate, but here are the details for those that may be interested.

1 Yr/24 Issues of Forbes - 700 RecycleBank Pts if you follow the link and it shows "out of stock" use the search field at the top left of the screen at the RB site and type in the magazine title; or use the link below to view all magazines offered by RB
https://www.recyclebank.com/recyc...ssues-7961

If you're unfamiliar with RB, it's a site where you do different tasks to earn pts that you can redeem for various things, including magazine subscriptions. It's easy to accrue the pts, and esp if you're new to RB, it won't take long to earn the pts to redeem for the subscription.

* Subscription Comes Directly from Publisher
* Offer Good for New or Renewal Subscriptions
* No Auto-Renew
* No Payment/CC Info Needed

Dedicated RB thread here at SD
http://slickdeals.net/f/1757442-official-recyclebank-codes-and-discussion-thread?v=1&page=68

All Magazines Offered by RecycleBank
https://www.recyclebank.com/rewar...-magazines
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Repped, thanks.
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Thanks for the code.
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Been waiting for this. Thanks
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Careful these sleezeballs will harass you if you don't renew. They sent me threatening collection letters from a bogus collection company. It's basically there own they just use it to strong arm you into sending a $20 payment. Had to certify Mail them to clear my account as I owed them nothing after my initial subscription. fark Forbes.
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Quote from brap740 View Post :
Careful these sleezeballs will harass you if you don't renew. They sent me threatening collection letters from a bogus collection company. It's basically there own they just use it to strong arm you into sending a $20 payment. Had to certify Mail them to clear my account as I owed them nothing after my initial subscription. fark Forbes.
That's really strange...sounds like it was from the publisher. Publishers do sometimes try to get people to renew with "statements" for renewal that look like bills - they're not bills though, they're just renewal notices. I occasionally receive them and I just ignore them (shred them). Why would you have to send something certified mail?
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