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Free Smart Money Subscription

Written by Nickel - 2 Comments

Hurry, hurry, don’t be late! Lenovo (the company that bought IBM’s personal computer business) is offering a free 12 month subscription to Smart Money magazine. Just follow this link and enter your info. They require that you sign up for a monthly e-newsletter in order to take part, so you might want to use a secondary e-mail address. Thanks to jim who picked this up from PF Advice.

Published on March 5th, 2006 - 2 Comments
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2 Responses to “Free Smart Money Subscription”

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    SkyeBlue Says:

    “If it is free, it is in MY price range” is my motto!

    A couple of good sites to check out for occasional free magazine subscriptions (I’ve just recently got Kiplinger’s, Playstation2 and Electronic Gaming Monthly for my sons, plus a couple of others free) are: http://www.GogoShopper.com and http://www.about.com/newfreebies

    Both sites update everyday.

  2. 2
    djmike Says:

    I signed up for the Money magazine deal and is it possible? My first issue arrived today! 3 days after signing up. Can’t beat this freebie!

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