$10 for two magazine subscriptions: one for you, and one for your mother, yourself, or the recipient of your choice (up to $30 list price)
- After purchasing this deal, you will need to visit the manufacturer's website to complete redemption. See your Groupon voucher for more detailed instructions.
One-year magazine subscriptions:
- Cosmopolitan (12 issues)
- ELLE (12 issues)
- Harper's Bazaar (10 issues)
- Marie Claire (12 issues)
- Seventeen (10 issues)
- ELLE Decor (10 issues)
- Good Housekeeping (12 issues)
- House Beautiful (10 issues)
- Redbook (12 issues)
- Town & Country (11 issues)
- Veranda (6 issues)
- Woman's Day (12 issues)
- O, The Oprah Magazine (6 issues)
This Mother's Day gift keeps on giving for up to a full year: not only does mom receive up to 12 issues of her favorite magazines, but also you can explore your own interests with a subscription for yourself. Options include popular titles such as Woman's Day, which helps more than 20 million readers live more smartly with a monthly blend of healthy recipes and advice-oriented articles, such as "What to Wear with Khakis" and "10 Weird Tricks That Make You More Productive." The glossy pages are great for reading at the beach or bringing along on trips.
- Popular titles
- Choose from 13 options
- Topics from fashion to home style
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Each month, Hearst Magazines disseminates glossy periodicals—20 in the United States, and nearly 300 international editions—packed with insightful columns, informative features, and pretty, pretty pictures. Titles as diverse as Popular Mechanics and Seventeen keep readers hip to trends in fashion, automotives, and the domestic sphere. Between the pages of Esquire, first published in 1933 and originally distributed in haberdashery stores, gents scan celebrity interviews, glean cocktail recipes, and read the pieces of long-form journalism that have made it the most-honored monthly magazine in the country. Homeowners and hopeful homeowners find inspiration between the pages of ELLE Decor and House Beautiful, while car buffs ogle aerodynamic centerfolds in Road & Track. Lifestyle magazines such as Redbook deal advice on scores of quotidian topics, from work and parenting to clothes and health. Geared toward the younger set, magazines such as Cosmopolitan reveal tips on beauty and fashion.