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Two years of Sports Illustrated Magazine w/ iPad access: $20 (Reg. up to $40)

9to5Toys Thursday, 13 September 2018
Two years of Sports Illustrated Magazine w/ iPad access: $20 (Reg. up to $40)DiscountMags is now offering 2-year subscriptions to Sports Illustrated Magazine for just *$19.95 with free delivery* twice per month (78 issues). Simply use code *9TO5TOYS* at checkout. And that price includes both the traditional print version and digital copies on your computer, Kindle Fire, iPad, iPhone and Nook. Currently $20 for one year or $30 for two direct from Sports Illustrated, this one usually fetches even more than that and is going for $40 a year on Amazon right now. This rarely discounted magazine doesn’t often go for any less than today’s offer. More details below. more…

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