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Magazines that You Can Usually Find Free

Posted on Monday, July 20th, 2009 at 6:03 pm
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We get a ton of really nice magazines delivered to our home. After we are done reading them, I either pass them on to friends, a local shelter or the recycling bin. Whenever my son’s school is looking for good magazines to use for projects, they know to ask me.

The other day, as I was passing on a box of magazines to a neighbor, she said, “Wow, you must spend hundreds of dollars on magazines.” She almost fell over when I told her that they were all free.

With all of the summer magazine deals going on (you can currently get many one-year subscriptions for $5 or less), it is helpful to know what magazines usually come up as free now and again. Some of these magazines are offered for free frequently, while others may appear as free only once every few years.

I thought it might be helpful to list some of the magazines that I usually don’t have too hard a time finding for free. This way, if you are thinking about subscribing to a magazine, you may want to search for freebies or wait for the freebies to come around again.

Blender
Elle
Elle Decor
Cookie
Family Circle
Family Fun
Golf Digest
Kiplingers
Kiwi
Latina
Lowe’s Creative Ideas
Metropolitan Home
Parents
Psychology Today
Shape
Tennis
Vegetarian Times
Woman’s Day
Working Mother

Now here are ones that I have gotten for free, but more rarely:

Business Week
Better Homes and Gardens
Oprah (half a year)
More
Prevention
Real Simple
Seventeen
Town & Country

You can check out current magazine deals and other entertainment deals as well.

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