Free Popular Science Magazine Subscription

A fairly rare free Popular Science magazine subscription has appeared via Value Mags. These typically don't last as long, so good luck. Think of them as the Mayflys of freebies.

Now I'm off to figure out what caused Neil deGrasse Tyson to go full-blown evil scientist and what he's threatening to blow up with that button. I bet it's the moon!

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30 comments on “Free Popular Science Magazine Subscription”

  1. hi goob, if you don’t want more, i’ll gladly take your pop sci mags…though linda makes a very good suggestion.

  2. Here is a suggestion. Take them to a local nursing home. Look particularly for those who may be less fortunate. They are generally very grateful for the donation as they are not used only for reading but also for crafts by the activity department. Call ahead to be sure.

  3. I just did a few subscriptions for my grandson, brother and a couple of newphews. Worked fine for me! Thanks a bunch! Great deals!!
    Love FREE magazine offers!
    Thanks GOOB! Great site!!!

  4. YES! You have no idea how mad I was when I saw the old Popular Science offer! It was right before I started browsing this site daily, and it was obviously gone by that. This time I got my subscription! Thanks SO MUCH GOOB!

  5. I ordered this Freebie for my husband last time it came around. He’s already received TWO issues!
    Now I signed my son up for it!

  6. I’ve gotten several subscriptions from these people over the last 6 months – and other than a few emails ( like maybe 6 total? ) there is no catch.

  7. Nope, no catch. They only give out a limited number of free subscriptions though instead of giving out thousands. It’s on a first come, first serve basis.


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