ONLINE MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTIONS
Have a Favorite Magazine That You Buy Regularly? A Subscription Is As Near As Your Computer
Favorite Women's Magazines
Just a few of the most popular Women's magazine titles include such favorites as "Ladies Home Journal," "Family Circle," "Better Homes and Gardens," "Women's Day," "Martha Stewart Living," and "Country Women." These few titles are by no means all of them. There are many more titles available online for your subscription enjoyment. If you enjoy sewing, knitting, cooking, scrapbooking or other hobbies, you'll find even more choices.
Magazines for Men
Women certainly aren't the only ones who enjoy magazines, and receiving them at home. Men's interests are covered in many magazines. Among men's most favorite magazines are: "Sports Illustrated," "Car and Driver," "GQ Magazine," "Popular Mechanics," and "Popular Science." This isn't all, of course. There are also many outdoor and sports magazines that are of great interest to many men, as well as business, computers, and more.
And Don't Forget the Kids
There are magazines for everyone, including children and teen-agers. Some popular titles for children include "Sports Illustrated for Kids," "National Georgraphic Kids," "Disney Adventures," "American Girl," and "Boys' Life," and many more. Teen-agers may enjoy "Seventeen," "Skateboarding," "Teen Trend Magazine," and more. Again, these aren't all the available magazines, but will give you some ideas to start with. And what child wouldn't want to receive his very own magazine in his or her name delivered by the postman!
Special Interest Magazines
If you or someone you want to give the gift of a magazine subscription to has a special interest or hobby, you'll find plenty to fit the ticket. There are magazines for art lovers, people interested in computers, business and finance, cooking, fashion, health and fitness, photography, political magazines, sports, travel, scrapbooking, and more. Check out some of the following sources for online magazine subscriptions and see what is available. You'll undoubtedly find more choices than you thought were available. And many will allow you to request a free issue to try out before you subscribe.
Most of the well-known magazines will have their own web site where you can subscribe or renew your subscriptions, and see some of the articles that may be in the latest issue. One such magazine publisher is Reiman Publications, makers of "Country Women," Reminisce," "Taste of Home," and many more. You can subscribe or renew your subscriptions, see recipes and other ideas, order merchandise, and more.
There are also many online subscription services which will save you money. Magazines.com offers literally hundreds of magazine subscriptions at big savings over purchasing them from the news stand. Their titles cover a wide variety of categories, too. Another source we've heard good things about is Magsforless. You can get a one year subscription to Women's Day for $4.99, which is a lot less than subscribing directly from Women's Day. They also offer Family Circle for $11 for a year's subscription; Sporting News for $4.99; and Disney Adventures is also available for $4.99. There are many other titles at equally good prices. Magazineline is another online subscription site with some very good prices. You can search for magazines by price range here. For example, subscriptions available for $10 or less include "American Cheerleader," "Big Game Fishing Journal," "Parent and Child," "Elegant Bride," and "Esquire," among many others.
If you have some favorite magazines you subscribe to or would like to subscribe to, check out some of these online sources for a new subscription or to renew your current ones. In need of a gift for someone? Consider a subscription to a magazine that covers a topic the recipient would enjoy. You'll save time and money and at the same time you will give a truly unique gift.