Long Beach, CA, September 28, 2006 --(PR.com
)-- MagKing.com has announced an the ability for consumers to create their own subscription bundles and save money.
"Letting consumers pick bundles is a great way to pass savings," says Laura Chagan, owner of MagKing.com The website offers these bundles at a price for five magazines that is less than what you would pay for one regular subscription.
MagKing's 'Smart Bundle Maker' allows you to select multiple magazine titles in just a few clicks and get better prices on your favorite magazine subscriptions. This even saves you huge time and money.
Typical user comments are:
"This is a cheap and easy way to order magazines subscribtions."
"Magazines make a great gift and remember shipping is free."
Another factor is that this is a way to avoid receiving dozens of renewal notices every year from different publishers.
By consolidating all of your new & renewal subscriptions, you have a bit more peace of mind. MagKing actually does the rest of the job to make your renewal subscriptions automatically extended.
The site features over 1,600 magazine titles to USA addresses. Mrs. Chagan says, "We are committed to develop money and time saving tools to help magazine subscribers save time and money on their weekly, monthly, bi-monthly, quarterly or annually magazine subscriptions. I value my customers and take great pride in customer service. I would like to ask you a small favor, please take a moment when receiving your magazine subscriptions to place a review about the magazine and service you received from our company."
It is likely that we will see more companies follow suit with this concept of product bundlings especially with subscriptions. Studies have shown a greater likelyhood of purchasing when products are bundled. Also, MagKing is able to renew most of the existing subscriptions you may already have. To ensure the best service, select "Renewal" when placing your magazine order. On the checkout form, please be sure to enter the same name and address as it already appears on your current magazine address label, and we will do the rest for you. Rest assured, your subscription starts when you receive your first issue--not when you place your order. If you subscribed for 12 issues, you will receive all 12.