Offers Father’s Day Magazine Subscriptions from $5

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Father's Day, June 17 is quickly approaching, and that means it’s time to start celebrating fathers everywhere. To help simplify the gift-giving process, is offering special deals on [magazine subscriptions selected just for fathers and marked down by as much as 90 percent.

The sale includes bestselling titles like Field & Stream ($5 for 12 issues), Popular Science magazine ($7 for 12 issues), ESPN The Magazine ($10 for 10 issues) or Family Handyman ($10 for 11 issues). Unlike other gifts, a magazine subscription lasts throughout the entire year as new issues continue to come in the mail long after the initial gift has been unwrapped.

With thousands of titles to choose from, carries a magazine or book for every father, whether his hobby is history or home remodeling or hockey. Plus, in light of the upcoming holiday, prices on select father-focused magazines have been slashed down to as low as $5. And with no shipping or tax, a magazine subscription is a great way to thoughtfully celebrate Dad without breaking the bank. makes even last-minute shopping easy, offering gift subscriptions that send Dad an email announcing the gift. E-gift cards can be also be sent to his inbox with a personalized message. Gift cards are available in any amount from $10 to $250.

About is the oldest, the largest and the most dependable magazine subscription service on the Internet. We’re a privately held company based in Franklin, Tenn., a suburb of Nashville. Our major investors include Time Inc., publisher of great magazines like People and Sports Illustrated.

With thousands of magazines and books on sale every day, is the leading independent magazine subscription agent serving customers online at and by telephone at 800-MAGAZINES (800-624-2946).

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