000 wrote:Which gives you a 25% chance of not receiving your Genii in the near future.
As a constructive suggestion, consider what the competition is offering..........subscribe......until you stop. In that way, I think subscribers may last longer, then faced with the annual bother of renewing and forking out in one go.
Im sure that's a paperwork nightmare for Magic Mag. My god, running all those credit cards and keeping the database updated, that's at least a full time job.
The lifetime subscription is a great idea. I do know QST for hams do it too, but they also let you pay $100 a month and you dont get the goodies until it's all paid off.. cash flow. But that may be a paperwork nightmare too.
The biggest thing I dont understand, is that there are only 600,000 hams in the US, and QST gets 150,000 of them, yet there are millions of magicians yet only a few thousand subscribe to the mags...