Best magazine subscriptions according to redditors

We found 85 Reddit comments discussing the best magazine subscriptions. We ranked the 43 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Parenting & family magazines
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Cooking, food & wine magazines
Health, fitness & wellness magazines
Home & garden magazines
Lifestyle & culture magazines
Interests magazines for men
News & political commentary magazines
Pets & animals magazines
Religion & spirituality magazines
Science, history & nature magazines
Travel, city & regional magazines
Interest magazines for women
Craft & hobby magazines
Spanish language magazines
Technology magazines
Sports, recreation & outdoor magazines
Literary, sci fi & mystery magazines
Magazines for children & teens
Professional & educational journals

Top Reddit comments about Subjects:

u/GovSchwarzenegger · 66 pointsr/worldnews

I subscribed to show my support for France and freedom. I hope many of you will join me.

u/kingvitaman · 18 pointsr/worldnews

You can subscribe for a full year through amazon here and this is available internationally. Not sure about individual issues however.

EDIT: There's gold in them there comments! Cheers!

u/The_OG_OG · 6 pointsr/beyondthebump

My go-to first bday gift is a Babybug subscription! It's basically a boardbook that comes every month or so, for a year.

u/nothinginthehill · 6 pointsr/worldnews

You can subscribe for a full year through amazon here and this is available internationally. Not sure about individual issues however.

u/rdfox · 4 pointsr/france

I just subscribed on Amazon with one click:

u/salemprophet · 4 pointsr/BeautyBoxes

Both. You can access it on a Kindle and you also get a print copy in the mail. I just got my first one this month.

Edit: Here is a link to it on Amazon. Make sure the format option is set to Print. There is also an option for Kindle if you don't want to also have a paper copy.

u/SuperRecord · 4 pointsr/news

I don't know how to buy a single issue.
You can subscribe for a year through amazon, but its $180.

u/FeedsOnLife · 3 pointsr/worldnews

I want to do more to support them than just buy the next issue. I'm going to start by buying a 12 month subscription. I'm in the US and found that I can buy a subscription through Amazon (

u/rocksplash · 3 pointsr/Catholicism

I recommend Fr. Alban Butler's Lives of the Saints, which is also available for free from project Gutenberg, in ebook form, as a way to learn more about the saints.

Magnificat and (I assume) other daily missals have the lives of saints.

It's basically the loss of faithful and knowledgeable cultural Catholicism.

Even through I grew up Anglican, my mom got a book written by Maria von Trapp (of Sound of Music fame) at a tag sale when I was little, and we tried to incorporate a few of their traditions into our spiritual life as a family.

For instance,

>One of the old customs is to choose a patron saint for the
new year of the Church. The family meets on Saturday evening, and with
the help of the missal and a book called "The Martyrology," which lists
thousands of saints as they are celebrated throughout the year, they
choose as many new saints as there are members of the household. We
always choose them according to a special theme. One year, for instance,
we had all the different Church Fathers; another year we chose only
martyrs; then again, only saints of the new world....During the war we
chose one saint of every country at war...

>The newly chosen names are handed over to the calligrapher of the family... She writes
the names of the saints in gothic lettering on little cards. Then she
writes the name of every member of the household on an individual card
and hands the two sets over to the mother...

>Everybody draws a card
and puts it in his missal. This saint will be invoked every morning after
morning prayer. Everyone is supposed to look up and study the life story
of his new friend, and some time during the coming year he will tell the
family all about it. As there are so many of us, we come to know about
different saints every year. Sometimes this calls for considerable
research on the part of the unfortunate one who has drawn St. Eustachius,
for instance, or St. Bibiana. But the custom has become very dear to us,
and every year it seems as if the family circle were enlarged by all
those new brothers and sisters entering in and becoming known and loved by all.

I don't know how common these things were in families, but the fact that even the idea of really following the liturgical year in this fashion is unfathomable to a lot of people now shows us how far we've drifted in the last 60 years. (And I'm not necessarily blaming V2.)

u/Adeno · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Oh YEAHHHH this is something I enjoy talking about hahahah :D Let me share with you the pictures of the things I won from our beloved Amazon reddit place :D

First of all, I KEEP those little gift messages that come with the stuff that people send me :D Yeah I'm that type of guy... quite sentimental hahaha! :D

Since I live in an apartment and I'm not allowed to have pets here, it's just natural for me to look for something cute and cuddly (I miss my old cat back home). Fortunately, I discovered those Webkinz toys and I added them to my list. Those became my recent prizes :D

They now became my Piano Troops :D And yes... that piano is on my bed lol! Aside from that, all of the little friends that I've won in contests have become part of my little toy review and weirdness/fun site called AdenoFunTime on a certain blogspot (which I cannot link because I'm an affiliate of Entertainment Earth and I promote stuff there) :D I make them the stars of my little toy comics. I always make a "Thank You" page on my site to the people who gave me the cute stuff because even if I won them via contests, I really appreciate the effort and time they put in sponsoring these fun activities... plus it never hurts to say thanks in a special way :D

Now on to the toys and what happened to them :D

Yoda came from /u/LaLocaChristina :D I love her interesting story and creativity contests :D Yoda's role in my little story comics is as the wise person who gives advice... in a near incomprehensible manner :D

Samuel the Black Bear also came from her. I gave the bear the name Samuel because I recently just watched Pulp Fiction and I loved the movie! I also liked Samuel Jackson lol! Naturally, since Samuel Jackson's trademark phrase is "Mother$#@#$#!!!", I just made little Samuel bear more "friendly"...but he still ends his phrases with a very descriptive thing lol :D

Daviana the Elephant came from /u/ladyllana :D Daviana's based on an old big lady actress that i watched as a kid. Since this actress' roles were primarily as a strong woman who beats up bullies to protect her kids, I made Daviana become the "strategist" of the animal group. Her role is usually to come up with plans on how to solve problems while using her power.

Mia the Cow came from /u/Bkr4f :D Mia's character is based on Mia from Pulp Fiction lol :D She's a very lady like cow who sometimes... says weird stuff, but she's very supportive and helpful haha (plus points to people who recognize that scene in the image) :D

Don Brando the Brown Bear came from /u/Rustygurl :D I based his character on Don Vito Corleone from The Godfather movie :D Don Brando is the leader of the pack. He's a strong and very confident bear and you cannot refuse to play with him :D

The next group of stuff that I've won during my time here are the movie guys :D

Superman and Robocop came from /u/steampunktrex :D Robocop is usually the law enforcer of the toy shelf group :)

Superman on the other hand, keeps on hitting on Faora for some reason.

Jor-El came from /u/TurningLane :D Jor-El's is usually the "playboy" of the gang and he hits on the lady toys, but it usually ends badly for him :D

Faora came from /u/Hobohuntinghippo :D Faora is Super Henry Cavill Man's love interest... but Faora doesn't like him at all! It really ends badly for Super Henry Cavill Man :)

General Zod came from /u/NamesNotCrindy :D He's Faora's love interest because he's the most evil guy around :D Of course, Super Henry Cavill Man and Bootleg Vegeta can't compete with him. :)

Finally, the small Muto, Godzilla's latest enemy in the 2014 movie, came from /u/Reptarxking :D This little Muto's the only "gift" in the group which I got for being a newbie here in the Amazon reddit section :D Little Muto is quite the narcissist :D

I give my happiest THANKS to these great people for these wonderful prizes :D They make reddit a totally more fun and adventurous place where one can be creative and explore all sorts of fun situations :D

I hope you enjoyed my little story :D

Oh and Gillian Anderson needs Dazzling Duchovny! :)

u/IamProudofthefish · 2 pointsr/kindle

I don't know if this will work because it says on my account that it was a limited-time deal but here you go.

u/placebo_overdose · 2 pointsr/news

You can order a subscription to the magazine on Amazon here:

Free shipping to the U.S., 52 issues for 12 months and "the first print issue should arrive in 4-6 weeks."

I'm not sure if this means the first issue you'd receive would be the weekly issue published 4-6 weeks from now (i.e. not the issue published tomorrow) and also not sure if you'd be getting a periodic weekly shipment of the magazine after that as the details are rather scarce, but so far it's the best I've found in terms of ordering the magazine online.

u/Blrfl · 2 pointsr/nova

> Long story short you can only get it in France

And in places like Quebec, France (a friend in Montreal is picking up this week's issue for me), Amazon, France and well-stocked-newsstands-in-airports-not-in-France, France.

There are bookstores around DC that specialize in foreign-language material (Tempo comes to mind, as does Bonjour Mama in Kensington, although I think they specialize more in material for kids). The Alliance Française may have a good list, too. They have a library, but I don't know if it stocks periodicals or not.

Exposure for this issue is probably very important to the publishers, and I wouldn't be surprised if it were made available online.

u/AMPwhaler · 2 pointsr/paris

For those looking for a subscription :

u/Qu33n0f1c3 · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

So my word was time.

This was the result, but just one above it was this which would have been so much cooler =P

u/petroelb · 2 pointsr/homebuilt

Personally, I'd highly recommend Kit Airplane Construction by Wanttaja. He does a great job of explaining the various tools and skills required to build the various types of aircraft (composite, wood, metal) along with best practices for all of them. It's a great book to help your dad figure out what kind of plane he'd like to build and what he's getting himself into if he does decide to build. A subscription to Kitplanes magazine would go a long ways too :-)

u/TheFreeloader · 2 pointsr/unitedkingdom

It costs $1.50 with a subscription.

u/dubious_luxury · 2 pointsr/europe

Yeah, that's true. I thought I had made that clear when I said that the first 12 issues were that price.

It looks like renewals still get as low as about one fifth of newsstand price. Auto renewals are pretty shady and about twice the cost of the 12 for $12, but other methods and vendors are cheaper.

There's this offer direct from the publisher. It's $59/yr for print or digital, or $69/yr for both. I don't know if it's available for renewals or if it's just a much longer introductory period.

Amazon sells the print subscription for $69/yr which does work for renewals. That comes out to $1.49 an issue.

u/PapaQBear01 · 1 pointr/worldnews
u/thespice · 1 pointr/LosAngeles

Subs available on amazon:here
et bonne chance!

u/PageJim · 1 pointr/Charlotte

You can get 10 issues a year delivered to your door from Amazon($63.91)

u/tomkatt · 1 pointr/emulation

That definitely looks better. I'm still a fan of CRT-Geom flat 2x sharp, regular CRT-Geom flat and Phosphorish though.

Probably because my favorite CRT TV back in the day was a 27" Samsung Dynaflat, so flatscreen CRT and really sharp image with S-video and component.

u/elinordash · 1 pointr/todayilearned

For anyone who needs to buy Christmas gifts and struggles with how to get something decent for a low(ish) price.

Board games can be a great family gift, personally I'm partial to Clue. Last year I had huge success with Bop-It.

If there is a child under 5 on your list, Amazon has Hape toys on special for the next five hours.

For a girlie girl 6-10, Fashion Plates is a great affordable gift.

A Dover How to Draw book plus a sketchbook is a decent $10 gift for any kid 7-12.

For a teenage girl or woman who likes to paint her nails (rather than leaving them bare or having them done in a salon), Essie has an annual holiday nail polish kit

A lot of magazine subscriptions and only $5 for a year. You don't get an actual magazine to give, but they can be a good stocking stuffer. You just have to remember to turn auto-renew off after you buy. Popular Science $5, Martha Stewart Living $5, Wired $5, Conde Nast Traveller $5, Vogue $5

Macy's has some pretty good deals on jewelry right now. Kate Spade Heart of Gold plated bangle $22, Ladybug jewelry for a child $25, Amethyst bracelet $120, Blue Topaz bangle $110

Lots of children's museums and science museums have family memberships for $100-150. Not super cheap, but it can be a good family gift if you're 100% sure they don't already belong. Botanically garden memberships can be good for older family members who garden.

If all else fails, slippers works for pretty much anyone.

u/bendistraw · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Happy day! Here is an idea for me and sheets for you!

u/TootsNYC · 1 pointr/BeginnerWoodWorking

If he's going back to school, he won't have time or space to truly use tools, so don't buy those with the intent that he'll use them at school.


Get him a subscription to a woodworking magazine or two. My brother got me a subscription to Wood Magazine, and I called it "woodworking porn."

These will have projects he might actually do some day, projects he'll never do but will aspire to, projects he might adapt to something smaller.

They will ALSO (importantly) have info on tools he can dream about buying in the future, or decide he doesn't need. Info on helpful gadgets to buy, jigs to make.


I found them VERY inspiring. They were fun to read, they didn't take a long time (wouldn't distract him from the school stuff), the pictures were great, and I got itchy to do stuff.

I learned things far beyond what actually making anything would have taught me (I'm never going to buy a lathe or a bandsaw, but I loved reading about them--and I'm much smarter now).

Many of the same principles (how to care for the tool; how to get things square; others) are actually applicable when I use other tools.

They had plans and cut lists, which were educational to look through, even if I never make that workbench or children's playground. I got a sense of how to construct something sturdily. And what order to assemble (the MOST important part).


Get them in print form!

a review of several of them, with recommendations:

Another review, with a longer list (some of the same names)

Some titles I would personally recommend (most are on those lists):


Fine Woodworking

Woodcraft Magazine

Family Handyman might be good if he's kind of a fix-it-up person; a slightly different way of looking at it (cabinet inserts more than midcentury modern tables)

maybe get him a bit of a variety--a cabinetmaking one, a straight woodworking one, a "turning" one--to give him exposure to different ways of working with wood.

u/Kristieeanderson · 1 pointr/worldnews
u/adhdamie · 1 pointr/Gifts

-A nice Leatherman (you can even engrave it)

-A Nice Toolbelt

-Survival Gear Kit

-Survival Handbook

-One Year Subscription to Survival Magazine

u/WhiteX6 · 1 pointr/nyc
u/DavidatUT · 1 pointr/videos

Let's subscribe to charlie hebdo!

u/bossman2241 · 1 pointr/france

Je suis américain aussi, et j'ai trouvé aujourd'hui que l'on peut acheter un an d'abonnement sur Amazon... ici.


u/CaptainHarleyStorm · 0 pointsr/PublicFreakout

Are you saying if someone wore a Frozone costume (from the incredibles) you wouldn't know who it was unless they painted themselves?

Who is this. I'm sure you recognized it without her painting her skin

And this. Who the fuck is that? She's didn't paint her face white so I'm confused.

People knew who these girls were without Black face.

If we can't tell who you are without Black face then that means your costume sucks. If I guy throws on some circle glasses and a cap to cosplay as Samuel L Jackson then no one will know who the hell he is. But if he did his hair and clothes like this people are more likely to get the idea.

EDIT: links

u/luchak · -4 pointsr/Games

Eh. I dunno. I just looked at a bunch of romance novel covers and the beefy male characters on them are not really posed like video game characters. Virtually all fall into one of two categories:

  1. Man staring soulfully at and possibly embracing his lover.

  2. Artwork that draws attention to the ass or crotch.

    There are occasional exceptions, but even these are posed differently from, say, Kratos, whose messaging is clearly less "I want you so bad" and more "I'm a badass and I can do what I want."