What You'll Get
Reading is crucial in many sports, as evidenced by pitchers deciphering catchers' signals, quarterbacks calling audibles based on cloud formations, and hockey players discussing the works of Flaubert in the penalty box. Go where the intellectual meets the athletic with today's Groupon: for $13, you get a one-year subscription to ESPN The Magazine, plus an ESPN T-shirt (a $26 value).
ESPN and its various information-rich endeavors allow foam-fingered sports fans to follow their favorite teams and players with highly detailed stats and in-depth coverage. ESPN The Magazine is a touchable sports publication filled with stunning photographs of baseball players hitting home runs, basketball players dunking, and football players buying homes to store rare stamps. In addition to sating appetites for sporty visuals and athletic insight, today's deal cloaks fans in a 100% cotton ESPN logo tee.
Amazon reviewers give ESPN The Magazine a 3.5-star average:
- Anyway, the magazine itself is relatively cool - but combined with access to ESPN Insider, this become a must buy for a sports fan! – David S. Shearer
- Nice large magazine with lots of information and articles in it. A great gift for the sports fan and since I am a big sports fan this was a fantastic deal. – Julie R.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 30, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. New subscribers only. Shipping address required. Must be redeemed by 6/30/11 to ensure full offer benefits. Purchases must be made separately to allow for separate shipping information. No cash back. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About ESPN The Magazine
ESPN and its various information-rich endeavors allow foam-fingered sports fans to follow their favorite college and professional teams with highly detailed stats and in-depth coverage. ESPN The Magazine’s touchable sports publication fills its pages with stunning photographs of baseball players hitting home runs, basketball players dunking, and football players buying homes to store rare stamps. In addition to print issues delivered every two weeks, each subscription includes access to ESPN Insider’s trove of online articles and analysis and to the ESPN The Magazine iPad application. These optional services must be activated online and require credit-card information. One-year subscriptions include two double issues annually; each double issue counts as 2 of 26 regular issues.