Looks like RewardsGold is also offering free Allure magazine subscriptions to those looking to brush up their knowledge of fishing equipment. I believe each page contains a single photo and you to decide whether it’s a lure or not.
There’s an incredible rare free Sports Illustrated magazine subscription now available from RewardsGold! SI is great for sports fans, but don’t be fooled by the name. I’ve yet to find a single illustrated sketch in one. All they seem to have are high-res, glossy photos.
EDIT: December didn’t bring a ton of new options, but the super-rare ESPN the Magazine is back!
Free magazine subscriptions in exchange for random surveys have been a staple in the freebie scene for as long as I can remember. RewardsGold is obviously #1 in that department, but RewardSurvey is another I’ve talked about a few times on here and right now they’re offering a rare free Rolling Stones magazine subscription. One of the main reasons I keep coming back to RewardSurvey is they tend to always have at least one rare, exclusive free magazine offer. My favorite is the free ESPN magazine offer because it also brings with it free access to all the ESPN Insider articles and guides on ESPN.com.
After signing up and completing a survey around 20 questions, you’ll get $20 credited to your account that allows you to request most of the free magazines they offer. You can then log back in once a week, take the new survey, and add more free money to your account that can be redeemed for more free magazines. All in all it takes me under 5 minutes (usually broken up during commercial breaks while watching comedies!) to get enough credit for the most expensive magazine offers.
If you’re a new member and want one of the more expensive offers, like a free Sports Illustrated magazine subscription, fret not! Simply refer a few friends and you’re account will instantly be credited with $3 each.
December 2016 RewardSurvey Magazines Offered
As usual, I’ll continue listing the magazines I was offered. Depending on our profiles, we may have different magazines offered, so your mileage may vary.
Offers with a mean they are new this month!
- Fast Company (10 issues)
- Inc. (10 issues)
- Thuvia, Maid of Mars (audio download)
- W Magazine (10 Issues)
- Allure (12 issues)
- Essence Magazine (12 Issues)
- GQ (12 issues)
- People en Español Magazine (11 Issues)
- Self Magazine (10 Issues)
- Shape Magazine (10 Issues)
- Siempre Mujer Magazine (6 Issues)
- Wired (12 issues)
- The Wolf Hunters (audio download)
- The Poison Belt (audio download)
- Cigar Aficionado Magazine (6 Issues)
- Wine Spectator Magazine (15 Issues)
- Triplanetary (audio download)
- Apologia pro Vita Sua (audio download)
- The Lost Stradivarius (audio download)
- ESPN the Magazine (26 issues)
- The Last Chron Barset (audio download)
- New York Magazine (26 Issues)
- Golfweek Magazine (30 Issues)
- Orley Farm (audio download)
- Armadal (audio download)
- Variety (digital edition)
- Us Weekly (78 issues)
They only track “new members” by email. Just sayin’.
This freebie was originally posted on August 26, 2013 and is available again!
This free 2-year Us Weekly magazine subscription from RewardsGold is fairly rare, so jump on it if you enjoy reading about famous people. Look, they go grocery shopping too! They’re just like us! Now when and where do I pick up my own “Get out of jail free” card?
This freebie from August 2013 has returned!
Fun fact. According to my Google image search for this free Cosmopolitan magazine subscription, the writers and editors over at Cosmo know of at least 48 bajillion sex moves that us peons are unaccustomed with. I’m just as much a red blooded male as the next guy and even I think they might have a problem. Somebody get these people into rehab or something.
You’ll need to watch a quick 15 second video before submitting the signup form.
I just got home from seeing my favorite band in the world, STS9, with 20 of my closest friends and family in Atlanta this weekend. I can only hope all you Hiffers had as great a weekend as I did.
As for the freebie, RewardsGold is offering both free Fast Company magazine subscriptions along with free Inc. magazine subscriptions. Both are perfect for entrepreneur or business-minded folks who enjoy reading articles on how other people became trillionaires by age 23.
This offer from January 2009 has returned!
RewardsGold has new free Forbes magazine subscriptions for anyone who isn’t already getting millions of magazines a week. Some Hiffers might want this freebie to keep up with financial and stock news, but not me. In fact, I don’t even know if that’s what Forbes writes about. I’ve never actually read an issue.
I’m going to plaster mine all over my apartment walls. With winter fast approaching, I’m looking for any way to lower my heating bill. I tried building a fireplace in my living room last year, but apparently it’s not as simple as starting a fire under an open window. I’m still finding soot all over my house. Now that I think about it, I swear both of my dogs used to be yellow…
This freebie from 2015 has returned!
The free 2-year Rolling Stone magazine subscriptions from RewardsGold is back. It was pretty popular back in 2015, but I know some Hiffers missed it, so better luck this time. If you miss it again today, try squinting really hard and reading the magazine covers above until this offer comes back. It’s like the next best thing.
This freebie from 2012 has returned!
Probably for good reason, but these free Maxim magazine subscription offers have become increasingly rare over the years. They might not be the epitome of journalism, but at the very least they can compliment your exercise routine. That recycling bin won’t carry itself to the curb every week!
RewardsGold is offering an additional batch of free magazines too, from Golf Week to Cigar Aficionado to Wine Spectator.
This rare freebie from January 2013 has returned!
RewardsGold is starting the new year off with a rare free Wired magazine subscription offer. This is a great magazine that you’ll love if you’re a fan of articles or pictures or … wires. Fine, whatever, I’ve never read this issue before. What gave it away?
Make sure you take the random quiz on the second page. It should only take a minute, then you’ll see a third page with your address again, and then you’ll get a fourth page with a confirmation message. It took me about two minutes total to sign up.