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    I don't have any subscriptions, but DH and the kids get, Men's Health, Nick and Sports Illustrated for Kids.

    Luckily, Dh is a residential recycler, so he pulls old copies of Women's Health and Good Housekeeping out of the bins for me once in a while! Plus, my friends and family all trade mags when we are done with them, so I do get to read quite a few!

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    I have let all mine run out for now. I used to get Family Fun, Weight Watchers, and the kids got High 5 (Highlights for ages 3-5).

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    None here... who has time to get past all the ads.
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    We don't subscribe to any magazines....I don't think they are worth it for all the ads. If I really want to read any, I just go to the library, sit for a while and read!
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    Countryside
    Good Housekeeping
    Family Circle
    Woman's Day
    Parents
    Better Homes and Gardens
    Martha Stewart Living
    Family Fun
    All You
    I think there's a few more that I just can't think of right now.

    Except for All You and Countryside, all were free or very low cost. Can you tell I'm a magazine junkie?

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    I don't buy any and even so this is what we get:
    News Week
    The Week
    Smart Money
    Forbes
    Woman's Day
    Interview
    Body and Soul
    Cosmo
    AARP (free with membership)
    Florida

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    None....untill mil got me Light and Tasty - argh - I don't want any!!!

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    I didn't pay for mine either. I got Mother earth news from my bestest friend, and the others i either got free subscription or trials.

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    I don't subscribe to ANY magazines - there's just soooooo much stuff available on-line it's almost made magazines a waste of paper. I do read a few when I visit the library and I donate the price of a magazine subscription to the library each year to help them out.

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    I've whittled it down to one that I think is worth the $10 subscription cost: Taste of Home

    It has recipes sent in by its readers... so these are actual "tried and true" recipes, not "test kitchen" crap that I would find in the other mags!

    Also, my mom sends me Better Homes & Gardens (they have a nice website, too). I like looking at the home & garden photos for inspiration & ideas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikandmari View Post
    I've whittled it down to one that I think is worth the $10 subscription cost: Taste of Home

    It has recipes sent in by its readers... so these are actual "tried and true" recipes, not "test kitchen" crap that I would find in the other mags!

    Also, my mom sends me Better Homes & Gardens (they have a nice website, too). I like looking at the home & garden photos for inspiration & ideas.

    My sis gets the Taste of Home and there are GREAT recipes in there.

    I don't subscribe to any. Not in the budget but I do read at the library if I have time.

    Used to subscribe from Real Simple but they jacked my cc so I canceled. A shame, cuz' I really liked that mag.

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    All free:

    US News & World Report
    Forbes
    Newsweek
    TV Guide
    Star
    Woman's Day
    Martha Stewart Living
    Good Housekeeping
    Shape
    Fitness
    Prevention
    Elle
    Parents
    a couple more I can't remember, too many actually. For awhile, I was subscribing every time that I found a free offer. I pass them along to friends and family when I'm done.

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    I get (and, yes, I read them all ):
    Bon Appetit (sometimes has some real gems)
    Gourmet (free sub, not renewing)
    Southern Living (my very favorite)
    Taste of home (I run hot and cold on this mag)
    Simple and Delicious (usually good, sometimes better than sister mag)
    Fine Cooking (this mag has some of the best recipes out there, IMO)
    Cuisine (really nice recipes that work)
    Cook's Country (if you like Taste of Home, this is very similar)
    Pillsbury
    Betty Crocker
    Food Network Magazine (I am really enjoying this magazine)
    Coastal Living
    Everyday Food (probably won't renew)
    Taste of the South (probably won't renew)
    Reader's Digest
    Family Circle

    DH gets a couple of military magazines and every woodworking magazine there is.

    Some I keep, most I rip out what I want and pass on to DD or toss. I don't know what DH does with his ~ don't really care, LOL!
    Nancy

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    Only 1 here, I used to get FC and WD but they seem to be the same articles over and over they just switch from month to month. The only 1 I get now is All You and I get it for the awesome Q's. If the day comes when they quit putting good Q's in their magazine I will drop them too.I would love to get Birds & Bloom, Country Living, and Taste of Home but they are just too expensive and I can get most of what I'm looking for on their sites.

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    How many magazines do you subscribe to? I only have one, ALL YOU. I keep this subscription because this magazine is full of so many great coupons. I use to get Womans Day and Family Circle but I let them expire 2 years ago when I got tired of the same stories month after month being traded between them. I just got my notice from Kraft Food & Family. I will pay the $5.99 a year for this. I love the recipes in this magazine and I totally understand why they now charge for it. I'm shocked they waited so long. I would love to get Taste Of Home but the price just makes me cringe.

    Cat
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