Dragon and Dungeon Magazines now available in month-to-month subscriptions
Now you can subscribe in two different waysPaizo Publishing, LLC®, publisher of the officially licensed Dungeons & Dragons® gaming magazines Dragon® and Dungeon®, and the premiere e-commerce site for all things gaming, announced today that it will offer subscriptions to both Dragon and Dungeon magazines in a new month-to-month format in addition to its normal subscription options.
"When we asked our lapsed customers why they weren't renewing their subscriptions, the number one reason was the lump-sum subscription cost. Many of our customers just couldn't budget paying in advance for a 12-issue subscription," says Lisa Stevens, co-owner and CEO of Paizo Publishing. "We came up with the month-to-month subscription as a solution to this problem."
Now when customers subscribe at paizo.com, they can choose either the traditional 12-, 24-, or 36-issue subscriptions, or the new month-to-month subscription, which is fixed at a 35% discount off of each issue's cover price for US subscribers (24% off for Canadian subscribers). Before we ship each issue, we will automatically charge the credit cards of our month-to-month subscribers for that issue. Month-to-month subscribers save money without having to spend a lot of cash at once—plus they never have to worry about their subscription expiring!
"Dragon and Dungeon magazines have been experiencing a creative renaissance lately," said Erik Mona, Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of Dragon and Dungeon magazines. "The new month-to-month subscriptions offer an inexpensive way to jump in on the excitement."
Paizo Publishing, LLC, publishes special interest magazines and gaming products in the field of hobby gaming. Paizo also operates a full-line Internet game retail store at paizo.com. It is Paizo's goal for every magazine and every product to be an event that encourages new and experienced hobbyists and fans to become more excited about their interests.
Paizo Publishing, LLC and the Paizo logo are registered trademarks of Paizo Publishing, LLC. Dragon, Dungeon, and Dungeons & Dragons are trademarks of Wizards of the Coast, Inc. in the USA and other countries, and are used with permission.
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