Free Linux Wall Calendar with Subscription Order

sample of images featured in the 2010 Linux Wall calendar

I have a secret subscription code for anyone who follows me here. By following the below subscription link, you will receive a 2010 Linux Journal Wall Calendar (value $12.95) FREE of charge with your Linux Journal magazine subscription (new or renewal). This offer is only valid by following the link below.

Everything's better with free stuff. Just sayin'.

Subscribe now w/free calendar

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Carlie Fairchild is the publisher of Linux Journal.

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No digital option?

Erin's picture

Is there a reason you can't sign up for the digital version using this?

Hi Erin, You can actually use

Carlie Fairchild's picture

Hi Erin,
You can actually use this promo offer for digital subscriptions too. When you click on the above link, follow the "For digital subscriptions click here." link found at the top of that page.

Carlie Fairchild is the publisher of Linux Journal.

Ah ha... there's the link!

Erin's picture

Ah ha... there's the link! hiding..
thanks!
Erin

You forgot to put Germany to

Anonymous's picture

You forgot to put Germany to the list of receiving countries ;-)

Germany is there

Carlie Fairchild's picture

When you click on the above link, follow "Click here for subscriptions outside the US.", located at the top of the page. From there you'll get a pull down menu of all countries. Germany will pop up for you. Now that being said, when we just tested it we noticed the "plus free wall calendar" text is missing on all international pages. We're working to fix that this very moment but please be assured you WILL get the free calendar if you follow that link, regardless. And if you have any troubles, you know where to find me. :)

Thanks for writing!

Carlie Fairchild is the publisher of Linux Journal.

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