Perfect Warpaint Deal - WPI & SI

Warpaint Illustrated and Sports Illustrated Together Again!!! For a limited time you can get both great publications, access to all of our content, podcasts and message board communities plus one lucky subscriber will have the chance to win an Authentic Tamba Hali jersey.

For a limited time, new annual Warpaint Illustrated subscribers will receive 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). See this story for details.

Warpaint Illustrated is pleased to offer new subscribers the ultimate sports bundle – a full year (56 issues) of Sports Illustrated is now 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 Warpaint Illustrated also receives a free subscription to Scout.com's already popular draft issue, a yearly subscription to the Warpaint Illustrated magazine, and a yearly subscription to WarpaintIllustrated.com. Oh, and we are also including a $15 Gift Certificate to WhatIfSports.com as part of the Annual TAP. What an unbelievable deal!

Please visit the following web page to receive Sports Illustrated included with an annual subscription to Warpaint Illustrated:

Also, don't forget, all orders or upgrades include the Warpaint Illustrated Magazine!

CLICK HERE TO ORDER NOW TO GET YOUR Warpaint Illustrated and Sports Illustraded Special Offer or call our 24-Hour customer service lines right now at 1-888-501-5752 to place your order today! (new orders only please)

THERE ARE THREE WAYS TO RECEIVE THE WARPAINT ILLUSTRATED MAGAZINE:

• As an annual subscriber to WarpaintIllustrated.com ($99.95) which includes a year subscription to the magazine and website, Scout.com's draft issue, a year subscription to Sports Illustrated, and a $15 Gift Certificate to WhatIfSports.com!

• By purchasing the magazine subscription ($39.95) via online or 1-888-501-5752.

• At local newsstands ($4.95) throughout the area. We hope to have a full list of newsstands in the near future.

NOTE: Monthly subscribers DO NOT receive the magazine.

If you're already a Monthly Subscriber you can quickly upgrade your account so you can receive 52 issues of Sports Illustrated by UPGRADING YOUR MONTHLY ACCOUNT RIGHT NOW!

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. The Warpaint Illustrated 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 annual Season Preview 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), along with a $15 Gift Certificate to WhatIfSports.com!

5. In addition if you take advantage of this special offer, Warpaint Illustrated will throw in a $10.00 gift certificate from Sports Nutz - Your On-Line Chiefs Superstore.

6. Plus while this offer lasts you'll automatically be entered to win an Authentic Tamba Hali Jersey courtesy of Sports Nutz.

By upgrading now you will save money, receive the new Warpaint Illustrated magazine, receive a subscription to the draft issue and season preview issue, plus receive a full year of Sports Illustrated, and a $15 Gift Certificate to WhatIFSports.com and a $10.00 Gift Certificate from Sports Nutz and be entered to win a Tamba Hali Authentic Jersey.

Why wouldn't you upgrade to our annual subscription?

So Don't Wait Another Minute!!! Get your Dad the Ultimate Warpaint Illustrated Father's Day Present right now. Order Now While Supplies Last.


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