*Expired* Never pay for magazines, get them for FREE!
In the mail today I got my Parenting and Parents magazines – fun for me to browse for toddler-related tidbits and a few coupons can be found too. Since it’s been awhile since I paid for my subscriptions, I was curious when these would be expiring – soon, I bet. Well, when I looked at the label I was surprised to see subscription expirations of August 2010 and October 2010. WOW! That means my FREE magazine subscription that I saw here really did come through for me, they added it onto my existing subscription! Ok, I’m a believer now and I’ll start trying to bring you some free magazine subscriptions too! And I will never pay for another magazine subscription (or renewal) again, because there are too many free ones available!
Magazines are a great source for coupons beyond those in the Sunday paper ad inserts. My favorite magazine for coupons (and good articles) is Good Housekeeping
. I just opened up my April issue and found a peelie sample of Garnier Nutritioniste Ultra-Lift (you can also request a free sample from Walmart
if you haven’t already) and over 10 manufacturer’s coupons (ok, I think I got a very special April issue with duplicate coupon inserts). I haven’t figured out how you can get a free subscription (but Kerri says she was offered a $5 subscription
when she got her free subscription to Living the Country Life
), but I assure you I’m working on a way! And no, that doesn’t include dumpster diving – which I’ve actually done for copies of Real Simple
, another one of my favorite magazines.
Here are some free magazine subscription offers that appear to be currently available. No guarantees on whether you’ll actually get these, but I think the chances are good because I’ve been getting some that I requested, it just takes a few months. Of course the really good ones are usually offered for a very limited time, so I’ll start keeping me eye out for those!
(Kerri says she was offered a $5 subscription to Good Housekeeping when she ordered this free subscription)
And I can’t leave you without reminding you of these free mini-magazines. They are always free and easy to request: