Found 52 active deals in Movies, Music & Books.
DiscountMags offers a New York Magazine 1-Year Subscription (29 issues) for $4. (Scroll down to find it.) That's a buck under our March mention and the lowest price we could find by $21. You can purchase up to three years at this per-year price.
Also available is a Chicago Magazine 1-Year Subscription (12 issues) for $4. (Scroll down top find it.) That's also a buck under our March mention and the best price we could find now by $9. You can purchase up to two years at the per-year price.
DiscountMags cut prices on several magazine subscriptions during its Pick Your Price Sale, with prices starting at $3.50. Some best bets, with per-year prices:
WWE offers new subscribers a 1-month trial of the WWE Network for free for all of November, including the Survivor Series pay-per-view on November 23. Plus, it now offers regular subscriptions for $9.99 per month with no commitment. (It previously required a 6-month commitment.) That beats our July mention of a week-long trial as the best freebie offer we've seen from this on-demand streaming service. It's available on computers, mobile devices, consoles, and select smart TVs, and includes WWE pay-per-view events plus over 2,000 hours of video-on-demand.
TopMags cut prices on select magazine subscriptions, as listed below. The deals:
- Garden & Gun Magazine 1-Year Subscription (6 issues) for $4.50 (pictured, low by $8)
- Country Living Magazine 1-Year Subscription (10 issues) for $4.99 (low by $7)
- Southern Boating Magazine 1-Year Subscription (12 issues) for $5.99 (low by $9)
- Southern Living Magazine 2-Year Subscription (26 issues) for $19.95 (low by $20)
Note that you can purchase up to three years at the same per-year rate.
FreeBizMag offers a Nylon Magazine 1-Year Subscription (10 issues) for free in exchange for information about you and your company. That's $4 under our May mention and the lowest price we could find by $3.
Top Mags offers a Cosmopolitan Magazine 2-Year Subscription (24 issues) for $29.90. Coupon code "FASHION" cuts it to $7.99. That's the lowest price we could find by $19, although we've briefly saw a 2-year subscription for free in July.
Also available is an Esquire Magazine 2-Year Subscription (20 issues) for $17.90. Coupon code "FASHION" also drops it to $7.99. That's a current low by $9.
FreeBizMag offers a 1-Year Subscription to American Photo Magazine for free in exchange for information about you and your company. That's $5 under our September mention and the lowest total price we could find by $13.
World Music Supply offers the Fender Reverse Jaguar Bass in Vintage Sunburst for $389.99. Coupon code "REPEAT90" cuts the price to $370.49. With free shipping, that's the lowest total price we could find by $130. Features include an alder body, maple neck and fingerboard, volume and tone controls, and three-position toggle. It flips the popular Jaguar bass design by featuring a reverse body and reverse headstock.
Reward Survey offers $20 in reward points for taking their online survey. You can then use those points to get a selection of magazine subscriptions for free, including Wired, W, Glamour, and more. That's tied with our mention from last month as one of the best deals we've seen for such a wide selection of popular magazines. A couple of best bets:
BuyDig offers the refurbished Audio-Technica Cardioid Dynamic Vocal / Instrument Microphone, model no. ATR-1500, for $14.99 with free shipping. That's the lowest total price we could find for a new model by $17. It features a cardioid polar pattern which purports to reduce sounds from the sides and rear, frequency response of 60Hz to 15kHz, on/off switch, stand clamp, and detachable cable.
Note: No warranty information is provided.
Google Play offers downloads of 15 rock MP3 singles for free. These songs go for around $1 each at Amazon and iTunes. Artists include Queen, The Rolling Stones, John Lennon, and The Who.
TopMags discounts a selection of 1-year magazine subscriptions via coupon code "EXPLORE", as listed below. The deals, with prices after coupon:
Best Buy offers the Rise of the Guardians 3D Blu-ray, Blu-ray, and DVD 3-Disc Set bundled with a $7.50 movie ticket credit for Penguins of Madagascar for $9.99 plus $2.99 for shipping. That's tied with our mention from a week ago and the lowest total price we could find by $10. It also includes a digital copy.
Google Play offers Simon & Garfunkel's "Bridge Over Troubled Water" MP3 Album for 99 cents. That's the lowest total price we could find for this 13-track MP3 album by $6.
South Park Studios offers a download of the Randy Marsh AKA Lorde "Push" MP3 Track, as heard on a recent episode of South Park, for free. This has nothing to do with the real Lorde; it's actually performed by Sia.
Google Play offers a downloads of the Guardians of the Galaxy Soundtrack (Awesome Mix Vol. 1) MP3 Album for $3.99. That's the lowest price we could find by $4. The 12 tracks include hits like Hooked on a Feeling by Blue Swede, Moonage Daydream by David Bowie, and Ain't No Mountain High Enough by Marvin Gaye.
Guitar Center offers the Musician's Gear Tubular Guitar Stand in Black for $5. Opt for in-store pickup to dodge the $5.39 shipping charge. That's tied with our mention from three weeks ago as the lowest price we've seen for this stand. (It's also a current price low for a shipped stand by $11.) This folding stand features neoprene rubber tubing to protect your guitar. (It's not for nitrocellulose-finish guitars.)
DiscountMags offers the Popular Photography 1-Year Subscription (12 issues) or Outdoor Photographer 1-Year Subscription (10 issues) for $13.97. Coupon code "88606" cuts either one to $4.99. That's the lowest price we could find for either subscription by at least $6.
Of note, you can get both subscriptions for $25 before the above coupon code, $8.50 after.
Carolla Digital offers Adam Carolla's Not Taco Bell Material Signed Hardcover Book for $10 with free shipping when you send in a self-addressed stamped envelope with your payment. (Include "book" in the memo line of your payment.) That's $8 under an un-signed copy elsewhere.
World Music Supply offers the Washburn N2 Tattoo Nuno Bettencourt Electric Guitar, model no. N2TATTOOK, for $349.99 with free shipping. That's the lowest total in-stock price we could find by $299. It features a 25.5"-scale rosewood fingerboard, maple neck, agathis body, Floyd Rose tremolo, Grover tuners, and includes a gig bag.
City Green via eBay offers this Full-Size Acoustic Violin Fiddle in Natural color for $35.19 with free shipping. That's the lowest total price we could find by $4. It includes a case, bow, and rosin.
Discount Mags offers a Rolling Stone 1-Year Subscription (26 issues) for $19.95. Coupon code "DEALNEWS" cuts it to $5. With free shipping, that's the lowest total price we could find by $15.
World Music Supply offers the DBZ Diamond Hailfire Set Net Electric Guitar in Satin Midnight Black, model no. HFRST-MTB, Blue Burst, model no. HFRST-BB, or Silver Burst, model no. HFRST-SB for $289.99 with free shipping. That's the lowest total price we could find in any color by $218. It features a mahogany body and neck, 22-fret 24.75" scale neck, Tune-O-Matic bridge, Grover tuners, and R15-N9C pickups.
TopMags offers an ESPN Magazine 1-Year Subscription (26 issues) bundled with digital access to ESPN Insider for $25.95. Coupon code "49615" cuts it to $4.99. That's tied with our mention from two weeks ago and the lowest price we could find for the print magazine alone by $12.
Of note, you can get two years for $9.98.
Buy.com via Rakuten Shopping offers the Lonely Planet's 2015 Best in Travel in Paperback for $9.43 plus $2.90 for shipping. That's the lowest price we could find for this recently-released book by $2. Explore Lonely Planet's top 10 countries, 10 regions, 10 cities and a variety of travel lists to inspire your next adventure.
Qualys offers the Vulnerability Management for Dummies eBook for free. That's the only offer for this book we could find. It covers how to implement a successful vulnerability management program.
FreeBizMag offers a Maxim Magazine 1-Year Subscription (10 issues) for free in exchange for information about you and your company. That's tied with our mention from July as the best deal we've seen. (It's also a current low by $7.)