BOGO Offer at The Cardinal Nation Ends Today

Final day of special 2011 season-opening series deal to for new and upgrading subscribers.

For a limited time only, from now until the St. Louis Cardinals 2011 season-opening game against the San Diego Padres at Busch Stadium on March 31, we are celebrating with The Cardinal Nation's "Buy One Month, Get One Month Free" deal.

As a member of, you'll not only enjoy the most comprehensive coverage of the entire Cardinals system from St. Louis to the Dominican Republic - news and notes, breaking news, exclusive photos, insider message board and more - but with the free month, just $7.95 will take you through the first third of the MLB regular season and the full-season minor league campaign! That's nine weeks of premium access for new subscribers - and we have a great deal for many current subscribers, too.

The Cardinal Nation's commitment to Cardinals baseball is long-standing. 2011 marks our 13th season in operation and our seventh as part of the network.

We remain the only publication/media source - of any kind - to cover the entire Cardinals major league and minor league system on a daily basis in just one place. And we will continue to deliver fresh, unique content year-round as Cards prospects suit up all over the globe, from Florida's Spring Training to the Arizona Fall League to the Caribbean winter leagues.

Since just March 1, in just over three weeks, we have published 58 unique items. They include 19 free articles, 18 insider articles and 21 insider hot news items with instant player news updates. We are routinely the first to break Cardinals minor league news including player signings, roster changes and injury updates.

Here's the deal - Select a premium one-month pass and get two months for the price of one ($7.95). Plus, take advantage of our seven-day free trial on top of that.

We appreciate those who already subscribe and have a special deal for many of you, too. When current monthly or three-month subscribers upgrade to The Cardinal Nation Annual Pass, you receive a number of benefits:

• Your per-month rate goes down.
• We add a free month to the end of your new Annual subscription. That is 13 new months for the price of 12.
• As an annual subscriber, next spring you will receive in the mail our 2012 Baseball Prospects Guide/FOX Sports Fantasy Baseball Guide. The 2011 edition is currently on sale at newsstands across the country.

Also remember that with your subscription, you can check out all the insider content, current and past at The Cardinal Nation including prospect interviews, clubhouse and on-site scouting reports, news on Cardinals in the Caribbean and much more, as well as subscription content on the over 200 other websites, covering college and professional sports more deeply than anyone.

And don't forget features like daily regular season notebooks on the major and minor league clubs' results from the previous day, the most extensive player data base anywhere with detailed history on every Cardinals major and minor leaguer – almost 300 of them – our very busy message board and more!

No other source brings you inside Cardinals baseball like, your one-stop source for all Cards information from the majors to the minors.

Sign up today for this exclusive limited time offer at the link below. Reserve your new one-month pass and you will get one free week as a trial, the one month you paid for, and one extra month on us.

Hurry, this deal is available for only a few days; it ends Thursday, March 31 at midnight.

New subscribers, sign up here.

Additional information: If you prefer to order by phone, call the Subscription Center toll free at 888-501-5752 (7 A.M. – 4 P.M. Pacific Time Monday through Friday). In fact, the easiest way for current subscribers to upgrade to an annual subscription is by phone.

New monthly subscribers: You will be billed after your seven-day free trial for your first month; your second month will then be free. After your free month, you will simply be billed as a monthly subscriber and can cancel at any time - but after you see and read what you've been missing, we expect you won't want to.

The Cardinal Nation Top Stories