HOT DEAL ALERT - $4 for 1 Yr Parents Mag Subscription!

Thanks to the folks at Purex and Parents Magazine - I have been provided with an awesome deal for my readers. Hurry! Get a 1-Year subscription to Parents Magazine for only $4  - Yes you read that right!! A whole year for FOUR DOLLARS!


Parents Magazine is an award winning magazine - Chock full of parenting advice, solutions, fun family stuff, recipes, funny stories, nutrition, the latest baby/kid product info...A must have for both new and experienced parents alike - Moms and Dadsboth ! My son even loves browsing the book to enjoy the photos of kids, and toys.

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To get this deal - you must visit this website link - and enter the code below:

DISCOUNT CODE:  PX0481
This offer ends Midnight PST on July 22, 2011.


I received this code to share with my readers by being a member of PurexInsiders for bloggers. I will be entered in a drawing for a gift card by sharing this information with my readers.

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