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Great Magazine Deals for Fall

Some people say print is dying, but there are few things I like better than a cup of coffee, a couch to curl up on, and a favorite magazine - can I get an amen? From work emails to kid schedules, texts to music and more, I spend a lot of time on my tablet and phone which is why a physical magazine in hand still feels more like a break - something that can't ding, bing or beep to get my attention.

If you're the type to grab a magazine in the check-out line, you'll love this special offer we have on some of your favorite reads. (Did you know you're paying 50%+ more for magazines when you buy them one at a time instead of subscribing?) From Parents and Family Fun to Better Homes & Gardens and Every Day with Rachel Ray, you can get a whole year or sometimes even two years for less than $10! Check out some of these great titles on sale.


Some of my favorites magazines that I subscribe to are Parents (two years for just $7.99!), Fitness (one year for $5.99) and Eating Well (one year for $9.99), but this sale also include Quilting, Country Gardens, Diabetic Living, Midwest Living and Traditional Home magazine and more.

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So stop wasting money in the check-out line! Find - and save - on your favorite magazines here!

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