Save Money With The Writer's Digest VIP Program

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Writer's Digest has started something cool recently: a new VIP program. It's kind of discount all-in-one package where you get tons of stuff for one price. It's a great offer so check it out!

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1) One-year U.S. subscription to Writer's Digest magazine (retail value: $47.92).
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This is a total retail value of $198.80. However, when you sign up today to become a VIP, you receive everything for less than 50 clams. Not too shabby.

(The Writer's Digest VIP program is open to residents of the United States only. We still love you though, Canada.)

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