The print media, magazines included, can read the writing on the wall: Technology is their number one adversary. The inclusion of electronic tablets and readers put magaz...
The print media, magazines included, can read the writing on the wall: Technology is their number one adversary. The inclusion of electronic tablets and readers put magazines in jeopardy in terms of overall sales and revenue.
Someone must not have told that to DiscountMags.com.
This subscription magazine mogul has weathered the technological storm and persevered for nearly 15 years. With one of the largest magazine selections, DiscountMags.com wins over customers with incredibly low pricing.
Even the most notable magazines such as Sports Illustrated and Reader’s Digest carry an eye-popping discount. Most magazines are 50-80% off the retail price. DiscountMags.com goes to bat for its customers and drives down the price by standing pat against publishers and their often rigid pricing.
That type of pricing model is almost a necessity given how the magazine industry has changed. DiscountMags.com goes a step further with simple return and cancellation polices that entice customers to remain loyal.
DiscountMags.com offers a 100% money-back guarantee and you can cancel any time during the duration of a subscription. Customers are refunded for any pre-paid, unused portion of a subscription.
Furthermore, DiscountMags.com is a one-stop shopping store with thousands of magazine choices. Don’t let the “discount” moniker fool you: DiscountMags.com revels in its unbelievable inventory. DiscountMags.com also isn’t in the business of deception: the site makes it a point to reassure its clientele that none of their subscriptions are renewed automatically, a typical “fine print” addition to most online magazine suppliers.
As part of DiscountMags.com, customers can search by name or check out the “best sellers” section for inspiration. One unique aspect of DiscountMags.com is the ability to send an electronic gift certificate to friends, family or co-workers via email.
Magazines always will have a soft spot even faced with adversity in the form of Kindle Fires and iPads. Those who still have a penchant for turning pages instead of swiping screens aren’t quite ready to give up on magazines.
Companies like DiscountMags.com make the decision to stay put even easier.