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Alabama is in the homestretch of football recruiting and spring practice starts in just over two months. We've also got basketball underway (there could be big news on that front at any moment). And we've got a deal for you!
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The way it works is that if you purchase a monthly subscription right now, you'll be billed as normal after the free trial period. When the second month rolls around, you will not be billed! Two for the price of One! You will be billed as a monthly subscriber after your free month if you don't cancel, and frankly, why would you??
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You're thinking "There's got to be a catch."
Yes there is. The catch is that this offer is good only through Friday!
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