We’re still enjoying summer, but these five magazines have us looking forward to fall, too! These magazine deals (and more) are available at red tag savings of up to 90 percent off for a limited time!
As summer begins to slowly slip away, it’s time to get back into that familiar fall routine. That can mean everything from chauffeuring kids to school and extra-curricular activities or hunkering down for the start of football season.
In any case, those more leisurely—and, yes, hotter—days will soon be behind us, but that doesn’t mean the cooler temps of fall usher in anything mundane. Subscribe to one of these five magazines—with red tag savings of up to 90% off for a limited time—to get you excited for the new season.
Sports Illustrated: Fall means football, college, professional and fantasy. If you can’t get enough of the pigskin on the weekend, this magazine will help feed your craving the rest of the week with the latest headlines, rumors, and start ‘em, sit ‘em advice for your fantasy leagues.
Time: If you’ve unplugged from the rest of the world (or at least tried), this newsweekly can catch you back up to speed. Delve deeper into the latest social, economic, political and cultural issues at home and around the globe. Bonus: It may come in handy for older kids’ homework assignments.
Entertainment Weekly: A family getaway may be impossible with the kids back in school, but a little indulgence like a family night or date night at the movies might be just the thing needed to recharge your batteries. Get advice for the must-see flicks on the big screen from this magazine.
Cooking Light: Whether you’re trying to keep your diet on track or want to start making healthier choices, this magazine shares how to make over your favorite foods with less fat and fewer calories without sacrificing taste. Bonus: Keep it light now, and you can afford a few more treats during the holidays.
TV Guide: Most of your favorite shows return with new episodes this fall, and you’ll want to make plans to watch—or at least set the DVR to record them. Unless you’re trying to cut back on your TV watching, this weekly insider into the hottest shows may even help you add new ones to your schedule.