Get Hundreds Of Magazines For Little Or No Cost.

It’s that time again! Want some free magazines of your choice delivered to your door? Did you run out of airline miles and cannot get any more free ones out of them? You can now choose from hundreds of different magazines and white papers free of charge on my new magazine page here within My Two Dollars, in partnership with magazine provider RevResponse.com. I have gotten a ton of magazines from services like this in the past many times, and it is a pretty cool and easy way to get them without spending a dime. While most all of them are free of charge, they will normally ask you a few qualifying questions before approving you for your selections, so be ready to answer a short couple of questions about yourself. Browse through the list of free magazines, white papers, downloads and podcasts to find the titles and editions that best match your skills and interests; topics include accounting, education, automotive, electronics, construction, internet, medicine, banking, financial planning, multi-media and trading. Simply complete the application form and submit it. Remember to fill out the forms completely so you will be sure to be approved. Some of the magazines you can choose from include:

The Economist – A global weekly magazine written and edited for readers who share an uncommon interest in being well and broadly informed.

Automotive News – The leading source of news for the North American automotive industry.

Digital Video – The leading information resource for professionals involved in digital video production, postproduction and delivery.

Television Week – The professional’s guide to the evolving world of television.

Head on over to my magazine page to see what other choices are available for you guys to take advantage of!

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  1. tiffanie says:

    another site for free magazines is Adperk.com. you just have to watch short ads (30 seconds to a few minutes long) and then type in a code within 30 seconds after the ad ends to prove you watched it. (Thank you Firefox and your beautiful tabs! I can read my RSS feeder and then tune in when the ad is done playing to put in the code!) I’ve gotten 4 different magazine subscriptions this way!