CUTigers.com is pleased to offer new subscribers the ultimate sports bundle – a full year (56 issues) of Sports Illustrated is included as part of your Annual Total Access Pass ($39.95 value), plus other benefits, with the purchase of an annual subscription!
New annual subscribers to CUTigers.com also receives a free subscription to Scout.com's already popular biannual national recruiting yearbook, a yearly subscription to CUTigers The Magazine, and a yearly subscription to CUTigers.com.
Please visit the following web page to receive Sports Illustrated included with an annual subscription to CUTigers:
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There are several reasons why we suggest that you upgrade to an annual subscription and here are a few of them:
1. It costs less than the monthly subscription. You'll save about $20 or basically receive two months free per year of premium content! Upgrading to the $99.95 rate is a much better deal financially than paying $9.95 per month over a 12 month period.
2. CUTigers The Magazine is FREE with an annual subscription. A $40 dollar value, the magazine debuts with the September issue and offers the highest quality in design, feature stories, personality profiles, and much, much more.
3. You receive a subscription to the biannual national recruiting yearbook published by Scout.com.
4. A full year (56 issues) of Sports Illustrated is included as part of your Annual Total Access Pass ($39.95 value)!
By upgrading you will save money, receive CUTigers The Magazine (the only monthly magazine overing the Clemson Tigers), receive a subscription to the binannual national recruiting yearbook and receive a full year of Sports illustrated. Why wouldn't you upgrade to our annual subscription?
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