Plum District: One-year subscription to National Geographic for Kids for $5.80 (new sign-ups)

If you’ve not signed up for Plum District before, you can get a one-year subscription to National Geographic for Kids for $5.80 per year. Here’s how:

::Sign up for a new account through this link and get a free $5 credit.

::Add the National Geographic for Kids magazine offer to your cart.

::Go to checkout and use coupon code FABULOUS to knock the price down to $10.80.

::Your $5 credit should also come off, making it just $5.80 total for a one year subscription to National Geographic for Kids.

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  1. Kristina says

    Does anyone know if evolution is covered often in this magazine? Their website has a lot on the subject. It is not something we believe so avoid as much as possible. Thanks,

    • Andrea says

      Maybe check if a local library has copies of this magazine so you can review it for yourself.

  2. Lizzy says

    I don’t know but I’m glad you thought to ask–I had planned to subscribe, but will wait to hear also!

    • says

      We only received a couple of issues and they were very small and had almost nothing to them. I had hoped it would be something interesting for my primary school kids. Good thing I have preschoolers, since it really is geared more towards them. I would say it doesn’t mention evolution since each page has maybe one sentence all told. I wasn’t happy with it, myself.

      • says

        You must be referring to the National Geographic for Little Kids magazine, not the National Geographic for Kids, right? The Little Kids magazine is quite simple and I wouldn’t say they are worth paying $0.50 or so an issue for as they don’t have much content at all.

        • says

          Whoops! You are probably right. I didn’t realize there was a difference in “kids” and “little kids” with them!