66% Off Cover Price: Don’t miss out on Freeskier’s “Olympic mega issue”
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When you subscribe to Freeskier magazine by 7.24.13, you’re eligible to receive 18 issues for just $10—that’s 66% off the cover price. You can also opt for the one-year deal, which includes six issues for $5—nearly half off the standard rate. What can you look forward to, should you decide to shell out your cold, hard cash? Here’s what’s on the docket for Freeskier’s 16th volume:
- Volume 16.1 — The 2014 Buyer’s Guide
- Volume 16.2 — The October issue
- Volume 16.3 — The 2014 Resort Guide
- Volume 16.4 — The December issue
- Volume 16.5 — The 2014 Photo Annual/Skier of the Year profile
- Volume 16.6 — The special “Olympic mega issue”
- Volume 16.7 — Backcountry Edition (special issue, not shipped to subscribers)
Yes, the Buyer’s Guide will be chock full of 2014’s best gear: tested, reviewed, and—if worthy—stamped with our Editor’s Pick seal of approval. Yes, the October issue will feature travel stories that will make you say to yourself, “Damn, that’s awesome.” Does shredding in the streets of [a now bankrupt] Detroit tickle your fancy? It’s just one of a handful of adventures you’ll read about. And yes, the 2014 Resort Guide will highlight our favorite destinations. More importantly, we’ll tell you where to go and what to do when you arrive at each locale. Yes, the December issue will feature many more exciting travel stories, and yes, the 2014 Photo Annual will feature the year’s most stunning ski photography, along with profiles on the 2013 Skiers of the Year.
And that brings us to what is arguably the most exciting addition to Freeskier’s Volume 16: the Olympic “mega issue.” What’s sure to be a collector’s edition for any ski enthusiast, this issue celebrates the sport of freeskiing on the verge of its Olympic debut. We’ll highlight freeskiing’s “road to Sochi,” profile the hopefuls, call out our top picks, shed light on Sochi and its surroundings and present loads of information re: the Games in the form of infographics, flow charts and more. By the time the Opening Ceremony flashes on your television screen, you’ll have read this issue time and again, making you an expert on all things freeskiing/Sochi related.
Be sure to get your own copy of Freeskier’s Olympic issue; subscribe now and receive Volume 16 in its entirety.