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In several editions of the Subscription News Roundup, I’ve shared articles about car manufacturers incorporating subscriptions for features like heated seats. Today, I stumbled upon this story stating that legislators in New Jersey are fighting back against paid feature subscriptions in the automotive industry. They’ve proposed a bill that, if passed, would make heated seat subscriptions illegal in the state. What do you think about the proposal? I’d love to hear your thoughts, and — as always — schedule time with me if you’re ready to discuss your eCommerce strategy!

Every week, we highlight the biggest news happening in the subscription economy. Our hope is to inspire you to glean from what other successful recurring revenue merchants are doing, and we scour the web so you can stay current without getting buried in content. We also accept submissions, so please share your latest business news with for consideration.

Let’s get into it, but first…

Deals of The Week

Paramount+ annual subscriptions are 50% off and come with a free Fire TV Stick Lite

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Best Meal Kit Services For 2023: Top 5 Food Box Delivery Subscriptions Recommended By Experts

As the meal kit industry boomed through the 2010s and 2020s, hundreds of companies began to swarm the U.S. market. With so many options, how do you know which food box subscription service to choose?

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Subscription Service Snapchat+ Gets 4 New Features

Users will be able to gift their friends access starting in December.

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YouTube Premium Announces New Prices for Family Subscription Plan

YouTube Premium subscribers took to social media to share that the platform has increased its family plan subscription by $5.

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Two of the Biggest Streaming Companies Roll Out New Features

On Oct. 13, Netflix revealed that its ad-supported tier was set to launch on Nov. 3. A few days later, Amazon introduced Amazon Music Live, which is set to debut on Oct. 27 following the seventh edition of the company’s Thursday Night Football broadcast

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Banking Apps: Engage Your Subscribers Where They Are

Here’s how subscription companies can navigate new consumer banking trends.

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