Subscribe To The Economist Magazine Now To Get 11,400 Eurobonus Points

Currently SAS Eurobonus has a campaign on their website where by usual standard you will only earn up to 3,800 Points. But as they are on campaign now, you can earn triple points which in the case if you subscribe for a year with both Print and Digital Editions you will get 11,400 Eurobonus points instead.

Here’s the link to subscribe and remember to include your Eurobonus points.

  • The Economist is published in English

  • The offer is valid for new subscriber only worldwide, regardless of residence

  • Your Extra points will be on your account after four (4) weeks

  • This offer cannot be cancelled and is non-refundable

  • Any claims, please contact The Economist member service by e-mail.


In order to qualify for the points in this offer, you must maintain your subscription for at least one year. This subscription is non-refundable, except if you are a resident in the EU, in which case you may cancel your subscription in the first 14 days and get a refund for any part of your subscription that has not already been delivered (for the print element) or published (for any digital element) before you cancelled.

Bottom Line:

Personally I am great fan of the Economist magazine, their economic analysis is one of the most professional out their, the style of writing is extraordinarily unique and full of tasteful comments.

I am just gonna go ahead and subscribe since I was gonna spend that money anyway. If you are not gonna read what you are paying for, I would not recommend doing that, there’s a library you can go to.

Stay tuned.

Albert K. Field

Albert K. Field Albert is my name, and travel the world is my game. I began my passion for travel at a very young age, I started this website as a strong means to further explore the world of frequent flyers programs (FFP). The relationship between customers and service providers in the aviation and hospitality industry always seems to be in opposition, however, since the introduction of United Airlines’ Frequent Flyers Programm since 1972*. This has significantly eased the middle spectrum between 2 parties. While the aim of airlines is still to generate more revenue; but for us,as consumers, are also given the opportunity to participate in the bargaining and exploiting from service providers. Living in a world of globalization where big data becomes vital for simulating successful economical activities, most of us will have to travel to other locations whether willingly or unwillingly, while you hearing all this fascinating stories about others, In fact, you too, can blend into the trend. It may not sound like how media illustrates, but indeed there are possibilities for us to have more spontaneous travel without getting held back by financial situation. My website consists of reviews of airline premium cabin products,airport lounges and stay reports of 5-star hotels and their executive lounges across the globe. In addition to all of that, I care the most about their frequent flyers program and loyalty program, which also includes banking partners. Plus, I spontaneously put up reviews and news update regarding premium water brands and restaurants. The purpose of this website is to share all of this information with my audience as well as inviting you to be part of my journey.

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