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The Economist Subscription for $64 (51 Issues)

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The Economist: The Finest Political and Economic Analysis, Period.

Many of you know my affinity for the The Economist.  For those of you who have not heart of The Economist, it is a weekly magazine of some of the finest political, sociological, and economic analysis.  In my view, they have the brightest minds and best writers working on their staff.  Few things have helped me understand globalization, micro/macro-economics, foreign policy better than this magazine.  They also cover never-covered-highly-important stories.  This magazine never goes on sale so getting 51 issues for $64 is a steal.  Here is the link.

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Written by Michael Graham

December 6, 2009 at 6:54 pm

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  1. Mike – while 65ish seems to be the best cash price to be found on The Economist there is a much cheaper (in my opinion) option: There are sites that will sell full subscriptions for roughly 3k miles from the major US carriers. FW/SD should have relevant info. This is what I pulled from an old email I had sent someone about it:

    http://www.fatwallet.com/forums/hot-deals/752565/?start=100

    It depends what “your” exchange rate is since it can vary, but I put 1000 sky miles (I use AMX/Delta) = $100 based on what I can get for miles, both in award tickets and their new pay with miles. This makes the subscription effectively $30ish dollars for me, which beats the best cash price I can find.

    Andy

    December 10, 2009 at 3:17 pm


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