Men’s Journal Magazine Subscription Deal | 1 Year for $2.99

by Jennifer on November 19, 2011 · 3 comments

Today you can get a 1-year subscription to Men’s Journal Magazine for just $2.99 with code STRETCHINGABUCK at checkout.

This offer is valid through 10 pm ET tonight! (11/19/11)

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1 Andy November 19, 2011 at 8:52 AM

Just a cautionary note on this offer – I clicked through, entered my credit card information and got a “please use another card” error. No reason why which sounds incredibly suspicious. I called the credit card company and they haven’t had a transaction charge hit their systems which they should have done if this was a valid transaction. Sounds really like this website is just after credit card numbers. I’ve cancelled my card just to be safe – hope the new one comes before Thanksgiving!

2 Marcy November 19, 2011 at 1:41 PM

Andy – to my knowledge this site is very reputable. I wouldn’t promote them if I didn’t think so. Is it possible that the number was entered incorrectly, or did you double check it? Regardless, I’ll pass your concern along to see what DiscountMags has to say. Thanks for the feedback.

3 Andy Helsby November 19, 2011 at 3:17 PM

Thanks for the reply and the follow up Marcy. I double checked the number and retyped it in to make sure – it still didn’t go through. Credit Card numbers are checksummed so they should be able to provide a useful error such as the card number does not seem to be typed correctly or doesn’t match the cvs code or something. The error message of “Please try another card” just smacked of trying to get card numbers. Especially when the number wasn’t passed on to the credit card company – something I would have expected to happen if the transaction was blocked for being suspicious or just because I’ve purchased online (I’ve had this happen a couple of times in the past – but I’d rather the card company be more cautious than let things slip through).

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