Publisher TwoMorrows Having Their Merry Mag Sale For Pre-2017 Mags.

December 5, 2017 | By | Reply More

66% off has to be a bargain and you’ve read the reviews here first.

http://www.twomorrows.com/

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Now through New Year’s Day, get 36-66% OFF all pre-2017 magazines at www.twomorrows.com!

If you’ve been waiting for a big holiday sale from TwoMorrows, this is it! Complete your collection for as little as $2 per magazine!

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Word or warning: Many older issues are selling out (five more just last week!), so scoop ’em up before they’re gone! The older they are, the more you save! And order soon; this sale is sure to cause a holiday shipping backlog.

Also: Subscription rates will increase in 2018. Lock in your sub at 2017 rates now: http://bit.ly/TwoMorrowsSubs

This sale does NOT include 2017 or 2018 issues, or digital editions. But with this sale, print issues are sometimes less than the separate digital edition, and you get the digital edition included free. Only online orders are eligible for these sale prices, so log on today! The above is a general guide to the sale prices. There are a few exceptions (such as Back Issue #50 which had a higher cover price and extra pages, so it would fall under $5 instead of $4). And some issues are sold out, so please consult the individual item pages online.

From your Comics-loving friends at 

TwoMorrows Publishing

 

www.twomorrows.com

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