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Mercury Magazines offers free subscriptions if you fill out their professional profile. If you provide accurate information, they will present trade publications that are applicable to your field, which is partially how they fund these offers. I have also read that sometimes magazines will offer deep discounts in order to improve their circulation numbers (which in turns make them able to charge advertisers more money). Availability will go in and out of stock.

Thanks to reader Hannah and SD. In my experience, this company is legit and I have gotten free magazines from them in the past. You should not have to enter a credit card (consider using an alias and temporary email as well). You will get a renewal “bill” when the subscription ends, but you can either ignore it or send it back with “cancel” written on the invoice. I would just make sure you actually want to read them, otherwise it’s a lot of wasted paper that piles up.

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  1. Scott Guirlinger says:

    Good luck ever getting off their list! From personal experience, they will sell your information to anyone and everyone.

  2. Money magazine is out of stock anyways

  3. Health magazine is not available right now

  4. Fortune wa sgone too

  5. These work but then you realize how little are actually in magazines anymore. My public library has free magazines online. See if your library has Flipster or RBdigital.

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