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What You'll Get
Give a big boost to the Big Blue with today's side deal. For $16, you get a basic annual membership to The Official New York Giants Fan Club (a $25 value). This Groupon also includes the $5 shipping and handling costs for all of your new-member swag, bumping the deal's total value to $30.
Show your support for the seven-time league champion New York Giants with a basic membership to the franchise's official fan club. In addition to showing the world that you bleed dark blue, red, gray, and white without taking it to a disturbing cutlery-assisted level, the basic membership gets you a 10% discount on merchandise from the Giants' official online pro shop, GiantsProShop.com, a New York Giants VIP knit cap, and a personalized welcome letter from the Giants. You also get a wallet-sized membership card, an official membership certificate, a schedule magnet, an invite to one fan-club event per year, a Giants soft koozie, and the Giants' official 2009 team photo, adding legitimacy to your claims that Eli Manning is your pen pal.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 23, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Must redeem online. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About International Star Registry
The world-famous International Star Registry can outfit you and your Mom with a gift not found on this planet. Literally. The company, which since 1979 has named stars for millions of recipients worldwide, including celebrities, dignitaries, and royalty, allows customers to name a star after themselves, a family member, loved one, or co-worker. With information in hand, they publish it in Your Place in the Cosmos for registration in the U.S. Copyright Office. Individuals whose names served as the inspiration also receive a Custom Star Kit package that contains a 12” x 16” parchment certificate proclaiming the star's name, a booklet on celestial bodies, and a sky chart that shows the star's coordinates, saving them from having to tether it to a fence post for future findings.