Magazine Deals: Seventeen, Architectural Digest, Free Bloomberg Businessweek + More

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One of my personal favorite magazines is up for grabs for free right now: Send a humorous ecard to yourself to sign up for a free 12-issue subscription to Bloomberg Businessweek, either in print or for the iPad. You could send the ecard and subscription to a friend instead, too. If you’ve been around here long, then you know I’m a business news junkie and was thrilled to see this freebie. Now, to ask my husband where he keeps his iPad :)

Magazine Deals

Here are a few more magazine deals worth a look

Architectural Digest Deal

Get one year (12 issues) of Architectural Digest for $5.99 when you use the coupon code POCKETYOURDOLLARS at DiscountMags.com. You can actually get up to three years at the discounted price (5/24 only).

Seventeen Magazine Deal

Get Seventeen for $4.49 for one year when you use code POCKETYOURDOLLARS at DiscountMags.com (5/24 only).

All You Magazine Deal

If you love coupons, then a subscription to All You magazine might make sense. You can order 30 issues of All You for $25 ($0.83/issue), which is the lowest price I’ve seen for it.

Free Magazines

USA Today Free Subscription

Okay, it’s not a magazine per se, but you can get a free 90-day USA Today e-newspaper subscription.

Free Trade and Industry Magazines

TradePubs cycles through all kinds of specialty, business- and industry-specific magazines in various fields. From time-to-time I’ve seen some mainstream business magazines. (Remember, I’m a business news junkie. I notice these things.)

Various Free Magazines

ValueMags always has a variety of free magazine subscriptions. Some are digital and others print, but they too cycle through titles so check back periodically to see what they have in stock.

Your turn: Did you sign yourself or a friend up for the free Bloomberg subscription?

About Carrie Rocha

I am passionate about helping people live within their means so they can get out and stay out of debt. I live in Minneapolis, MN with my husband and two little girls.

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