What You'll Get
Football, or "pigskin," originally a pork byproduct, has become America's most popular pork-related pastime after recently topping baseball—a byproduct of sausage races. Commemorate sport’s other meat with today’s Groupon: for $20, you get a seven-issue gold membership subscription to Touchdown Buckeyes Magazine (a $49.95 value).
Starting this fall, Touchdown Buckeyes Magazine will preview every home game with a periodical packed with content to keep the Ohio State faithful well-informed. As a gold member, you'll receive seven annual doses of authoritative coverage and postgame analysis in an attractive print package, which, unlike the 90-volume Encyclopedia Footballica, can be conveniently folded and tucked inside a back pocket. Touchdown Buckeyes subscribers also get exclusive access to player and coach interviews, recruiting updates, and video features on the web, as well as a special bonus issue for the annual Ohio State versus Michigan game. The magazine's sponsors frequently reward those whose fandom extends deep into their color-coordinated red-and-white blood cells with special discounts.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 1, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Must activate subscription by 8/1/11. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About _Touchdown Alabama Magazine_
Because the thunderous footfalls of the Crimson Tide can be hard to hear during away games, Touchdown Alabama Magazine heralds the approach of every kickoff with in-depth articles, interviews, and recruit analyses. Issues arrive by mail and email just before each game, giving fans the inside scoop on team news, stats, and rumors about which players were scandalously caught skipping practice to go to class. In addition to full-color layouts with action shots from the field and introspective articles on the season ahead, subscribers gain access to exclusive online content, such as play-by-play tidbits during team boardroom meetings and lunchroom trades.