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Best Free Stuff on the Internet: Magazines




Magazines

For every hobby or interest, there exists a corresponding magazine. And most likely, there's also a way to get a free subscription to that magazine. About.com has a pretty comprehensive listing for free six- and twelve-month subscription opportunities. If you don't see your desired title among those listed here, try a simple Google search (example: "cat fancy free subscription"), and you may just score a freebie. One caveat: Getting a free subscription usually entails giving up your e-mail address to an avalanche of online offers (often for more magazines), so make sure you enter an e-mail address where you're willing to receive spam.

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