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7 Great Magazine Subscriptions for Fall Just $1 or Less an Issue

One Dollar Sale Magazine Subscription DealsMake the most of everything that’s new about fall with these magazine subscription deals available for just $1 or less per issue for a limited time!

Now that summer is officially over, we can turn our full attention to fall. We’ve already gotten a taste with new TV season premieres and the kickoff to college football, but there’s plenty more of both—and more—to come.

Navigate these seasonal changes with these specially-priced magazine subscriptions in our $1 Sale, which features some of our top magazines for just $1 or less per issue.

TV Guide: A must for television junkies to plan viewing schedules or just set the DVR. Get previews of what’s to come on your favorite shows and the latest on your favorite stars. Just $20 for 56 issues published weekly.

Sports Illustrated: Can’t get enough football? This weekly sports authority explores the hottest headlines, rumors and more on and off the gridiron for college, professional and fantasy football. Get 28 issues for $26.

Time: Get your fill of social and political news on a global scale with this news weekly. It delves into the latest headlines to provide in-depth and educated analysis on the most current events and issues. Get 27 issues for $16.

InStyle: Prepare to pack away the sundresses and flip-flops and embrace sweaters, scarves and boots. It can be a drastic transition, but this style bible can point you in the right direction of the latest trends. Get 26 issues for just $26.

Cooking Light: Cooler weather means an excuse to indulge in the season’s best comfort foods. Think warm soups, casseroles and pies. Keep the fat and calories without sacrificing taste with this good-for-you magazine. Get 24 issues for $24.

Entertainment Weekly: Wondering what movie will be the hit of the holidays—or awards season? Get the predictions on the next big blockbuster straight from entertainment insiders in this weekly magazine. Get 52 issues for only $25.

New York: Obsessed with the Big Apple? Whether or not you’re an NYC resident, keep tabs on the city that never sleeps with this insider’s guide to its restaurants, fashion and cultural scene. For less than $30, get 42 issues.

Reasons for Digital Magazine Subscription Growth

The Cultural Reasons Behind Digital Magazine Subscription Growth, Newsstand Decline

Reasons for Digital Magazine Subscription GrowthGiven our smartphone and tablet dependence, it’s no surprise digital magazine readership is growing. But the reasons for the nearly doubled number of digital subscriptions are as cultural as they are technological.

More smartphones, more tablets, more digital magazine subscriptions. That’s the very simplistic explanation behind the first half magazine circulation numbers released earlier this week by the Alliance of Audited Media.

Overall, paid and verified subscriptions held steady, slipping only 1 percent, while digital readership doubled, from 5.4 million last year to 10.2 million this year. By the numbers, it sounds impressive, though digital, at 3.3 percent, makes up a very modest percentage of circulation numbers.

Hardest hit were the single-copy magazine sales at the newsstand, which experienced a double-digit drop—10 percent overall—though some titles saw declines of nearly 30 percent.

Industry executives and publishers chalked up the numbers to the changing nature of magazines, readership and even their target audience. All true, and these are the fundamental factors at work.

We’re more mobile. Yes, we’re still tethered to our laptops, but more and more, you’ll see people clutching their tablets instead—especially if they’re traveling. Rather than lug the computer, the books and magazines on vacation or on business travel, tossing the tablet and the charger in the bag means there’s a lot less to pack and keep up with.

We’re more distracted by technology. This one is directly related to newsstand sales, and it’s not the first time the connection has been made. “Mobile blindness”—checking the old smartphone rather than make an impulse buy based on magazine headlines—is the side effect of our growing reliance on technology and the urge to scan Facebook or (gasp) play Candy Crush when we’ve got a free minute or two. Plus, a print or digital subscription will net you more issues than buying single copies at the newsstand price.

We’re ushering in a generation of digital-first readers. Many of us have experienced the days of the desktop computer and a landline (even before it was wireless!). We might feel pretty confident about our tech-savvy-ness, but you’ll find fewer holdouts clinging to print editions among, say, millennials and younger readers who are more likely to favor computers, smartphones and tablets for finding information.

5 Dollar Gift Card Offer

Get a $5 Magazines.com Gift Card With Each Select Time, Inc. Title Subscription

5 Dollar Gift Card OfferGet more than just your favorite magazines when you subscribe to select Time, Inc. titles. For a limited time, get a $5 Magazines.com gift card for each one you order!

Are you a fan of the wide range of magazines published by Time, Inc.? If so, for a limited time, you can get something extra when you subscribe to your favorite one—or more!

For each Time, Inc.-published magazine you subscribe to between now and midnight July 25, you’ll get a $5 Magazines.com gift card to use on a future purchase. You’ll receive the free gift within the hour of placing your order on our site. If you prefer to use it later, you can; it never expires!

With magazines available for a broad range of interests, you’ll no doubt be able to find something for yourself—or even a gift for a friend or family member. Here’s a preview of every title that comes with a $5 gift card.

For the Fashionista

With fall just around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about transitioning your wardrobe while keeping it in step with the season’s hottest trends. InStyle provides tips on clothes, hair and beauty, while People StyleWatch previews what your favorite celebs are wearing.

For the News Junkie

Want to stay on top of current events at home or around the globe or in Tinseltown? Time keeps you up to date on the latest in news and politics, while People tracks your favorite stars and Entertainment Weekly gives insight on the best—and worst—in television and movies.

For the Sports Nut

Whether you like to hit the links or just prefer to catch the big game on the big screen, you can follow your favorite sports with Sports Illustrated get in the game with Golf Magazine. With the NFL and college football about to kick off, the former is a must-have to follow all the action from week to week.

For the Fitness Buff

Just because summer is winding down doesn’t mean you can’t keep up your beach body—or at least aspire to one. Cooking Light provides easy, good-for-you recipes that don’t skimp on taste, while Health magazine offers workout regimens, healthy living tips and motivation.

For the Culturally Aware

Embrace another culture or learn to more deeply appreciate your own with People En Espanol, which covers the latest in Hispanic celebrities, music and more, or Essence, dedicated to empowering African-American with inspirational features, relationship advice, and fashion and beauty tips.

For the Bargain Hunter

Want tips on getting a great deal for everything from everyday living to remodeling projects? All You offers money-saving secrets, organization tricks and other practical advice, while This Old House gives DIY remodelers of all experience levels inspiration and step-by-step guidance.

For the Money Conscious

Looking for ways to be smarter about your finances? Money magazine is perfect for individuals wanting money management, financial planning or retirement advice, while Fortune focuses on business and economic news on a national and global level.

For the Traveler

Appreciate your destination, whether it’s close to home, a short drive or a plane ride away with top regional titles. Southern Living celebrates everything delicious about the South, Sunset uncovers the treasures of the West and Coastal Living chronicles the beauty of the country from sea to shining sea.

Customer Favorites featured

7 Great Magazines for Summer from Magazine.com’s Customer Favorites Sale

Magazines.com Customer Favorites SaleWant some magazine recommendations from readers who’ve already given them their stamp of approval? Check out the 4- and 5-star-rated magazines in our Customer Favorites Sale!

Ever wanted to try out a new magazine subscription, but weren’t sure it would meet your expectations?

Now you can subscribe with confidence to any of the more than 40 magazine subscriptions part of our Customer Favorites Sale because our customers have rated each of them 4 stars or higher!

There’s no better stamp of approval than that of other subscribers, so you really can’t go wrong with any of the magazines featured, but these seven are some of our favorites to help you make the most of the summer.

Real Simple: You’d love to get things in your home and your life better organized, and this magazine packed with simple, but useful tips that can help. Plus, you’ll find book recommendations perfect for enjoying on vacation—or any time.

Food Network Magazine: It’s hot outside and you don’t want to spend a lot of time in the kitchen. Cut down on your cooking time with the quick and easy meals in this magazine. There’s even healthy snack ideas in every issue the kids will enjoy.

Shop Smart: One of our Facebook fan favorites, this Consumer Reports magazine provides money-saving shopping advice on groceries, clothing, and appliances, as well as practical cost-cutting tips on everything from trimming your monthly bills and dealing with mechanics.

Birds & Blooms: Take in the natural sights of a beautiful summer day with the help of this magazine. Every issue contains pointers on identifying birds, blooms, and butterflies and provides practical gardening advice that will attract even more birds to your yard.

Highlights: Not every day will be suitable for the kids to play outside. When those rainy days arrive, having this children’s magazine on hand will help entertain them with stories, puzzles, simple crafts, and science projects. Recommended for children ages 6 to 12.

Garden & Gun: One of the region’s gems, whether you’re a Southerner or not, is this magazine that celebrates all the unique aspects—the food, the people, the writing, the music, and the artisanal craftsmanship—found below the Mason-Dixon Line.

Family Handyman: Sure, the projects around the house may seem never-ending, but the advice in the magazine can help you finish them more efficiently. Every issue is packed with step-by-step photos, how to’s, time- and money-saving tips, and product reviews.

 

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Sizzling Summer Sale Offers Best Buys on Select Best-Selling Titles

Victoria magazine coverSummer is winding down, but our deals on select magazines are heating up. Select titles are an additional 25 percent off, including these four bestsellers.

Celebrate the final days of the summer with 25 percent off select lifestyle, food, crafting, and health and fitness magazines. That’s up to 85 percent off the cover price!

Now that the kids are back in school—or at least close to returning—you may have some more time to spruce up your home, try new recipes or take up a new hobby. Whatever the reason, these sale prices are good enough reason to at least try some of these sale titles.

Numbers of dollars speak volumes about magazine quality, so here are four featured titles from our Sizzling Summer Sale that our customers have given their stamp of approval with their business.

Cooking With Paula Deen: If you love Southern comfort foods, decadent desserts and easy edible gift ideas, this magazine’s got it all. Some content has shifted slightly after Paula’s announcement that she suffers from type 2 diabetes. For example, son Bobby of the Cooking Channel’s “Not My Mama’s Meals” gets space devoted to sharing his healthier take on Mom’s richest recipes.

Bloomberg Businessweek: Stay on top of the latest business and financial news in the states and abroad, as well as political and technology developments that impact the business world. Published weekly, this magazine delivers to your home or office address—and your iPad. Your paid subscription includes iPad access at no extra charge.

Taste of the South: Whether you love the South’s regional delicacies or you’re planning to travel there, you’ll experience the best food it has to offer with input from this magazine. Packed with recipes and must-try restaurants in cities below the Mason-Dixon Line, this title is better than ever thanks to a recent redesign.

Victoria: Want inspiration for your home, your garden and your next vacation? This magazine celebrates all things genteel with regular features on inspiring women, lush gardens, menus for entertaining, and off-the-beaten path destinations like B&Bs and museums. Rated 4.8 stars by our customers, some say this is the one title that they can’t live without!