free EGM (1yr) magazine subscription

Discussion in 'Feedback Requests' started by Slayerizer, Jul 12, 2006.

  1. Slayerizer

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    go here

    it won't last eternally, yes, it's really free.. hurry up, no credit card needed.

     
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  2. disaffected

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    after entering my address I got a page asking me to buy a ticket to their show... hhhmm... :rolleyes:
     
  3. Slayerizer

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    They give the free subscription to bring more visitors to their site. The least we can do is to have a look at it. They don't force anyone to register or buy something. It's really a good deal.
     
  4. TimS

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    That VGXPo site is pretty funny... worth a look at even if you don't want the EGM subscription. "America's VideoGame Expo"... um... wow look at that list of Exhibitors!
     
  5. RohoMech

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    EGM isn't bad, I had a free sub to them a while ago, but they only sent 5 issues then it stopped :-(
     
  6. disaffected

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    I meant that when I press the button to submit my info for the free subscription, there's no "your info's been submitted" notification, it just takes me straight to their ticket sales page.
     

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