Published 11 November 201320 February 2014 · Announcement Subscriberthon prizes: day six Editorial team Welcome to Subscriberthon 2013. Anyone who subscribes, renews or donates more than $40 over the next week goes into the running for our daily prizes and one of our major prize packs. 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