More Free Magazines

More reasons for my mailman to hate me– more free magazines.

If there’s a particular magazine you’re looking for, this is a great deal for three one-year subscriptions for only $18.

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$18 for Three Magazine Subscriptions: Redbook, Wired, Parents, Marie Claire and 100+ More (up to $300 value)

  • Choose from over 140 popular magazines
  • Gift some subscriptions, keep others
  • Bonus subscription to Entrepreneur, Shape or Flex
  • No automatic renewals
  • A portion of each sale goes to the American Heart Association.

How to Get Free Magazines and Why My Mailman Hates Me

Reason #372 why I love being a magazine editor

I can have 17 magazine subscriptions coming every month and call it research. (My mailman really hates me.) Thankfully, I don’t pay a thing for any of them. Here’s how:

Rewards Gold, Rewards Country, Mercury Magazines and Free Biz Mags are the best free magazine sites that offers free subscriptions to popular newsstand publications. Some involve a short survey, but most are just a quick and easy signup–while supplies last.

Free 1-Year Magazine Subscriptions Available August 2011

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W Magazine from Rewards Country

Black Enterprise from Rewards Country

Outdoor Life from Mercury Magazines

Ski Magazine from Value Mags

And one I couldn’t resist

Lowrider Magazine on Free Biz Mags

 

 

Free Gift Cards for Good Deeds

I love coming across cool little sites like DailyFeats.com. The good deed-inator (thinly veiled Phineas and Ferb reference) awards points for good choices such as taking the stairs, floss, reading the news,  drinking more water and more. The folks behind DailyFeats.com say their goal is  socially responsible entrepreneurship. The part I love is this:

Your Life Score at DailyFeats represents how well you’re doing. It’s based on the amount and frequency of feats you check in; more feats mean a higher score, but just as in real life, you make a bigger difference when you’re consistent over time. If you leave DailyFeats for a couple of days (such as over the weekend) your score won’t drop very much, but it will gradually fall if you do fewer or no feats. Think of it as a reminder to keep your progress up!

Here’s an idea of the types of activities and points you’ll receive. Save up 5,000 points for a $10 Amazon.com, Best Buy or Toys R Us gift card. Now about that 1pt Daily Feat for “skipping soda.” Yeahh, I’m just gonna ignore that one.

 floss  3 points
 early to rise  3 points
 take the stairs  3 points
 whole grains  2 points
 fruit and veggies  2 points
 workout  10 points
 green tea  2 points
 walking  3 points
 read the news  1 point

Kroger Gift Card Giveaway

I used to like grocery shopping, but not so much anymore. (Somehow a three-year-old and impatient husband had something to do with that.) However, I will get my paws into my local Kroger store for the annual Cart Buster Savings event now until Aug. 17.

Save on tons of brands across more than 100 categories from General Mills, PepsiCo, Unilever, Heinz, Mars, Wrigley and Kimberly Clark. And if you’re a list nerd like me, click here for a printable .pdf list of participating products.

We are giving a FatHeadDog reader a $25 Kroger gift card good at any of the Kroger. Co family of stores!

To enter to win, leave a comment below answering whether this is the first time you’ve visited FatHeadDog.com. If so, welcome! (Please come back..)  Entries accepted through August 22nd. Winner will be chosen August 23 and will be notified via email. Earn extra entries by doing the following: (The contest has closed)

Disclosure: The Kroger gift card, information, and giveaway have been provided by Kroger and General Mills through MyBlogSpark.