Get six free issues to Seventeen magazine from StartSampling. Does someone in your household already have a subscription to Seventeen? You should still request this free sample because they will add on those 6 issues to your current subscription.
All you need to do is enter your StartSampling Member ID to request this issue. Please ignore the “Optional Offers” after you request your sample. Just click on “Click here to resturn to our homepage” if you want to see what else is on their website. You can double-check to see that your subscription request was received by clicking on “My Account” and scrolling down to “Samples Ordered”. You can also still get two free issues of Redbook magazine.
Are you new to StartSampling? You must create a StartSampling account (it’s easy) and you can only request one free sample per day. After you register or log in, come back to this post and click on my direct link to this offer! This is a free sample, and you will never receive a bill or have to deal with canceling your subscription. When you order a free magazine sample, you just stop receiving the magazine after your last free issue is sent. Of course they offer you a paid subscription to continue receiving it. But please don’t pay for your magazines because you can get many of them for free.
I am getting ALL of my magazine for FREE and I want you to get them too. Please read Free Magazines 4 Mom to find out where else you can get free magazines, and how to give those magazines a second life. StartSampling is the best source of free magazine samples, and I have gotten every single one that I’ve requested. The offers are not available for very long, and that’s why I share the free magazine samples with you first on Freebies 4 Mom. Here are all of the magazines I’ve gotten for free by ordering them through StartSampling: Redbook, Parents, Country Home, ReadyMade, Marie Claire, More, Cosmopolitan, Family Circle, Town & Country, Garden Design, O The Oprah Magazine, and O at Home Magazine. Some of these free magazine samples are just one issue, and others are for one year or more. Many of them are also great sources of manufacturer’s coupons that can be used at the grocery store. Now that I know just how many magazines, and what a variety, I can get for free – I can’t believe I used to pay for subscriptions!