Zinio is doing a holiday sweepstakes and I was asked to spread the word. To give you a background on what Zinio is, it is a place that has every magazine subscription imaginable online. It has magazines from all over the world, many of them I haven’t even heard of. I discovered Zinio through Macleans which offers a digital version of the magazine with the paper version. They use Zinio to manage it so now I can catch up on the news at work…er..I mean on the go.
Today – Young and Thrifty is giving away 10 magazine subscriptions! First, Go to the sweepstakes to try to enter the following prizes:
Everything you love about iPad — the beautiful screen, fast and fluid performance, FaceTime and iSight cameras, thousands of amazing apps, 10-hour battery life — is everything you’ll love about iPad mini, too. And you can hold it in one hand. (Delivery time based on availability, which is currently 2 weeks)
To spread some holiday joy, everyone that enters will receive $5 in Zinio Bucks, which can be used to buy any of our 5500+ magazines. After submitting the sweepstakes, you will be brought to a page to sign up for your $5 voucher.
Either way, if you enter you get $5 to spend on a magazine. You can enter for the contest here. The $5 is only good for today, I just entered and bought a single magazine so you don’t have to get a magazine subscription to use the coupon. When you enter you’ll be asked to invite people, you can do this or skip it. Then you’ll see a screen to get your $5 coupon.
To be selected to get one of the free magazine subscriptions, all you have to do is sign up for Young and Thrifty updates. You can sign up for daily updates here or use the form in the sidebar to sign up for weekly updates. For anyone who signs up today we will be picking 10 names at random to pick from. You will be notified this weekend if you are selected.
Please use your full name and your preferred email address when you sign up because that will be the one where we send the free subscription.
Here are some of this week’s reads!
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Starting today, we will also be limiting our article round ups. I don’t have a final number picked out but there will no longer be anything longer then 25. If anyone has any number of articles they would like to see on here feel free to comment below. Right now I’m leaning towards 15. Feel free to comment below!
Teacher Man @ My University Money writes Prepare for the Job Hunt Before You Graduate - Graduation will be here before you know it and you’ll start your job hunt. Whether you’re a senior, junior, sophomore or even a freshman, now is time to begin preparing for that day. Don’t put it off until your final semester, or even until your senior year.
Ken Faulkenberry @ Arbor Investment Planner writes This is the Biggest Risk of Investing - The biggest risk of investing is losing your principal. This may seem intuitive, yet few investors have a risk management plan. Let’s get started.
Miss T. @ Prairie Eco Thrifter writes Ways to Ensure a Stress-Free Holiday Season - Prior to this year, I had to ensure that my holidays were as stress free as possible. If I had holiday stress on top of my school and job stress, I would have had a nervous breakdown. Here’s how I made sure that it went as smoothly as possible:
Deacon @ Well Kept Wallet writes 7 Habits of Wealthy People – If you want to be wealthy, who should you study? Rich people, right? Well, here are seven habits of wealthy people that you can implement to start building wealth.
Tushar @ Finance TUBE writes 10 Must-Have Mobile Apps for Holiday Shopping – Today I will be taking about 10 Must-Have Mobile Apps for Holiday Shopping. A recent survey show that 82 perfect of online shoppers will use shopping apps to save on Holiday gifts this year. They are trying to right to find right apps can be a challenge.
Don @ MoneySmartGuides writes Are You Pretending To Be Rich? – You might be -pretending to be rich- if you do the following things that I write about in this article!
Daisy @ Add Vodka writes Spending Money Isn’t Bad – spending money gets a bad rap. Read why I don’t think spending money is a bad thing.
SFB @ Simple Finance Blog writes The Lengths We Go To For Free Money: The $10 Survey – We’ve all seen the offers to take surveys for money – but when one online survey took far too long, I questioned my motivations for the free money.
Glen @ Credit Card Smarts writes Secured Credit Card vs. Prepaid Debit Card – A secured credit card vs. a prepaid debit card? Which one is best for you when you can’t get a standard credit card? See the differences and how each card works.
Steve @ Canadian Personal Finance writes Why are Canadian tax dollars are paying for the Bachelor reality show? – Did you know that your tax dollars help pay for a dating service for a CFL football player? Is this the best use of this money? I mean have you seen the Price is Right get government funding or shows like The Amazing Race get sponsorship from the government?
Daniel @ Sweating the Big Stuff writes How an Internship Abroad Helped Shape My Career Path – Most internships don’t have a profound effect on the future, but mine helped propel me to choose my future career and the way I think.
Invest It Wisely @ Invest It Wisely writes Consider All Your Options Before Relocating – There are many factors involved with relocating to a new city that should be considered if you hope to avoid the negative impact of debt, isolation and depression.
Jester @ The Ultimate Juggle writes Frugal Family Christmas Activities – Enjoy a glimpse into our frugal family Christmas activities. These activities is why Christmas is my favorite time of the year.
A Blinkin @ Funancials writes Freakin’ Menus – Have you ever looked at a menu and become paralyzed? In the same way, have you ever contemplated investing, but didn’t because of the overwhelming options?
Maria @ The Money Principle writes How to Save Money for Care Home Fees – We do eventually get old and we do get to a situation where we need care. This article offers some ideas about how to save for the care home fees.
krantcents @ KrantCents writes I Had Multiple Careers and You Should Too! – Multiple careers are better than one! Imagine you were a milkman, elevator operator, switchboard operator and typist; you would be out of work! I remember attending my children’s college orientation when the university chancellor said “we are not training you for a specific job, but for multiple careers”.
Rod @ ROD Blog writes Plastic Jungle Review : Buy gift cards for cheap – Is Plastic Jungle the best place to buy gift cards for cheap or get rid of a gift card you will never use? What are the benefits of Plastic Jungle?
David Bar @ Bar Whiz Blog writes Most Popular Drinks To Serve At A House Party – It’s a great way to save money – a house party instead of going out. Here are a few ways to make the drinks for less than the bartender will charge (and no need to tip!)
Wayne @ Young Family Finance writes Eat healthily and live well for less – Unless you’ve got a supersonic metabolism, chances are you are going to spend some portion of your life watching your waistline. Everyone wants to look good and feel fit, but with bad foods often tasting so good and being readily available keeping svelte is never easy.
Jon the Saver @ Free Money Wisdom writes 10 Tips for Home Made Meals and a Fatter Wallet – Here are ten tips to make more meals at home and reduce your food bill each month and free up the money for other things in your life!
MR @ Money Reasons writes Debt Free, Now What? – This is my financial progress since I’ve become debt free. I also share the wealth accumulation strategies that I am currently using!
Derek Knight @ Freeat33 writes SCOP it right now Canadians! – If They Scan it Wrong, You Get IT FREE! This rule is followed by every major retailer. Yet Canadians aren’t doing it! Learn How and get FREE STUFF.
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