If you want to also lose every inch of kitchen counter and table space with free magazine subscription, then this page is for you!
RewardsGold is the irrefutable king of magazine freebies and it's not even close. After that I'd say it's RewardSurvey, RecycleBank, and RewardsCountry bringing up the rear, but only because they're not as frequently updated. You can get enough reading material to last for hours every week and still have plenty leftover to donate, use for art projects, or burn in the backyard to make impromptu s'mores.
Free RewardsGold Magazines
You have to refer at least two friends, but you can always make up fake names and emails. These also require a short, 10 question survey on a random topic for many of them. They shouldn't take any longer than 2 or 3 minutes.
- Free Economist magazine subscription
- Free Entrepreneur magazine subscription
- Free Golf Week magazine subscription
- Free People en Espanol magazine subscription
- Free Wall Street Journal newspaper subscription
- Free Wine Spectator magazine subscription
Free RewardSurvey Magazines
RewardSurvey updates their free magazine selection on a monthly rotation, like clockwork. In fact, I keep a running list of each monthly offering here! The beauty of RewardSurvey is they rotate some high-value magazines, like ESPN, Sports Illustrated, Rolling Stone, Time, and Wired!
Free Trade Publication Magazines
One of the oldest sections of HIF is our free trade publications area. You've probably never heard of most of these. I sure know I haven't. But since they're insanely specific to certain jobs or professionals, I'll sometimes run across computer or website magazines that I sign up for. Give the “topics” list a glance to see if there are any you might find useful!
Free Valuemag Magazines
Valuemags.com routinely offers free magazine subscriptions as well. They typically have 15-25 offers available, with new publications rotating in every month or two.
Free RecycleBank Magazines
These RecycleBank magazines are dirt cheap, points wise. Here's the signup page for a whopping 64 free magazines!
Now please don't sign up for all of these unless you want to give your mail carrier a hernia. 🙂