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Women’s Running Magazine: 1-Year Subscription For Only $6.99

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Today only, you can grab a great deal for a One Year Subscription to Women’s Running Magazine for only $6.99/year (up to 4 years!) over at Discount Mags when you enter coupon code: WRC at checkout. That’s 65% off. This deal ends on April 17 at 11:59 pm EDT.

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You can purchase a subscription for yourself, gift subscriptions for others and/or also to renew an existing subscription. Plus, with Discount Mags there is NO auto renew and shipping is FREE! Unfortunately, this deal is for US only!

About Women’s Running Magazine: 

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If you love hitting the pavement and racking up those miles, then Women’s Running Magazine is for you. Each issue is filled with helpful ideas, information, and guides to make the most out of your running and enrich your body and your soul.

Looking for other magazine deals? You are in luck! Coupon code: WRC will also get you 20% off on almost all other titles at DiscountMags!

Please note that if you are purchasing a new subscription, it can take up to 12 weeks before your first issue commence. For our subscription it took 9 weeks before the first issue came in the mail.

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Written by WRC Staff

Women’s Running Community (WRC) was created to inspire girls and women to choose health and wellness over our culture’s harmful obsession with having the “perfect” runner’s body type, weight or shape. Our goal is to educate the world that health, beauty, and wellness come in many forms and that no one body type, shape, size, culture or weight is more worthy of respect, love and acceptance than another. We want to challenge the industry leaders and media creators to expand their vision of what a runner or being healthy looks like.

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