Football or tailgating? Who says you have to choose? You can enjoy sports magazines and food magazines that celebrate both with our limited-time game-day deals and magazine subscription discounts!
The pomp and circumstance of college football and its tailgating scene will kick off this week, with the NFL schedule getting underway just a week later.
Whether you’re a fan of the college game, the professional game—or even the fantasy game—subscribe to these magazines to keep up with the latest on your favorite teams and get the best recipes to enjoy while you’re watching them.
Sports Illustrated: This newsweekly is widely regarded as the authority on the sports world, and it’s a must for the most up-to-date headlines, rumors, rankings, playoff standings and fantasy advice. Well-written, timely features are also a highlight of every issue.
ESPN The Magazine: Can’t get enough of the Wide World of Sports? Go behind the scenes of your favorite channel to get in-depth articles on elite athletes in every game with this magazine known for its signature take on the latest sporting news.
Southern Living: The SEC’s dominance in college football has been unquestionable. So since the South has had a lot to celebrate on the gridiron, its football fans know how to celebrate off of it, too—no doubt with some of the regional fare found in this magazine.
Cooking Light: Football and tailgating are supposed to be fun, so why insert the issue of healthy food? If you prefer lighter, healthier game-day fare without the fat and calories that seem to hang around after the game has ended, you’ll find plenty of appropriate recipes here.
Sports Illustrated Kids: Ever heard the phrase “raise ‘em right”? It’s nearly a battle cry among football-crazed parents to impart their team allegiance to their little ones. This magazine is just for the budding sports enthusiast in your family. Recommended for ages 8-15.