The CardinalFootballTalk.com annual subscription has just turned into a more awesome deal! Not only have we slashed the price of an annual subscription to $49, but each annual subscription now includes not only great premium content from across the Scout Network, but also a $35 Fantasy Credit you can use to pay your way into a Starter League with the highest payout percentage in the industry!
PLUS, THROUGH TUESDAY, each annual subscription will include a $30 coupon from TicketMonster!
That’s right. An annual subscription costs $49, and comes with a $30 ticket credit and a $35 fantasy credit! If you use the ticket coupon and fantasy credit, you’ve paid for your annual subscription right there! And that doesn’t count a full year of members-only premium content you’ll get!
We’re really proud of this subscription package, and hope you take advantage of it before Wednesday so you can get the TicketMonster coupon as well.
Non Members: Sign up here for annual CFT subscription
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How the TicketMonster coupon works: Sign up for your annual membership online through August 18, 2015 and within ten days we will email you a one-time coupon code for a $30 credit on your order of $100 or more. Credit must be used on tickets.scout.com between September 1 and September 30, 2015. Credit is valid for any available tickets for any event on any date. Please ensure your email doesn’t filter out emails from Scout.com so your receive the coupon code. Already a Scout member? You can upgrade or extend your membership and get this credit too by calling member services at 1-888-501-5752.
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