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When awards season is over, you can still follow your favorite stars with these celebrity magazine subscriptions! Even if you’re over Hollywood and reality TV, our Red-Carpet Sale includes something for music lovers, fashionistas, and sports fans!
Awards season will end with the presentation of the Oscars Sunday evening with all the pomp, circumstance, and stunning red-carpet fashion we’ve come to expect. But that doesn’t mean your stargazing has to end with the announcement of the “Best Picture” award.
Celebrity magazines offer fans the opportunity to observe their favorite stars year ‘round. Even if you’re not a big movie buff, there are still plenty of titles in our Red-Carpet Sale to give you the celebrity fix you crave. Even better, you can save up to 90% on more than 90 titles that include these top stargazing picks.
People: America’s most popular magazine brings you the latest headlines and inspirational real-life stories from leading entertainers, reality stars, and regular people—in addition to healthy coverage of all the major awards shows and red-carpet fashion.
Us Weekly: Take a peek into the stars’ lives underneath their red-carpet finery with this celebrity magazine that tracks their everyday activities. You’ll see stars at their flawless finest, but you’ll also see them dressed down to run errands (just like we do!).
Entertainment Weekly: Keep up with the hottest celebrities and up-and-coming stars on stage and screen with this entertainment magazine packed with insider recommendations for movie buffs, who prefer to dissect the next blockbuster rather than the latest Dior.
Rolling Stone: Admire the tunes and the lyrics—and the artists—behind them with this up-close-and-personal look this music magazine affords. They share their musical inspiration, favorite tunes, and other details of their lives outside of the recording studio.
InStyle: Get the scoop on star style with fashion tips and beauty must-haves straight from the celebs themselves. Awards show looks get a lot of attention, but much of its fashion advice is accessible enough for those of us not planning to walk a runway or the red carpet.
Sports Illustrated: Prefer the gridiron over the red carpet? No problem with this leading sports magazine that covers the latest news about the biggest names and controversial topics. In addition, the magazine is well-known for its insightful features.
Love star-gazing this time of year? This awards season keep up with the latest headlines and, of course, the hottest red-carpet looks with these top celebrity and entertainment magazine subscriptions!
The Grammys, the Oscars, all that red-carpet fashion. Awards season is upon us, and what better way to keep track of the nominees, the picks to win, and, of course, the hottest styles than with the must-read celebrity and entertainment magazines.
Whether you’re tuning in to—or tuning out of—every awards show and red-carpet special, you can keep up with the latest Hollywood happenings and save up to 94% on more than 120 magazine subscriptions devoted to the biggest names in movies, music, television, and more.
People: Sure, you love awards season and all, but your fave celebs didn’t quite make the nominations cut. With America’s most popular magazine, you’ll get the latest on all the big winners, the best dressed—plus the reality stars and real-life inspirational heroes you love, too.
Us Weekly: Off the red carpet, the stars are just like us, according to this magazine. Each week, it reminds us that they go grocery shopping and grab coffee, too. But aside from that, this celebrity magazine runs down the latest headlines and highlights those must-have star-studded looks.
Entertainment Weekly: Forget the gossip and the fashion, because you won’t find it here. Instead, the emphasis on critical reviews of television, film, music, and more will give you an insider’s take on the best works in each genre, why they deserved to be nominated, and the popular picks to win.
TV Guide: Dramas, comedies, reality shows—this weekly digest-sized magazine covers it all. Entertainment junkies will get authoritative advice on the best new shows to watch, the can’t-miss season and series finales, and season previews—all from an unmatched behind-the-scenes point of view.
Rolling Stone: Once again, no gossip or style tips here. Fans of music and pop culture will instead find an array of album reviews, insightful interviews with classic and up-and-coming artists, and intriguing, yet sometimes controversial essays about social issues and the latest headlines.
People StyleWatch: Even if your budget can’t manage the red-carpet style of awards season, you can still look like a star. With the help of this celebrity fashion magazine, you’ll get the lowdown on the trends, the beauty tips, and more that Hollywood loves—and at a price you can afford.
MAD: You might casually follow the awards season scene and keep up with the major headlines, but you don’t take it so seriously. This magazine will fill you in on the really important stuff by ensuring you get a good laugh—if there’s one to be had—with its signature social parody and biting satire.