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What You'll Get
A robust collection of magazines sends visitors a dual message: that you’re well read and that you have total confidence in the load-bearing properties of your coffee table. Stay in the know while vouching for your furniture with today’s Groupon: for $13, you get a one-year subscription to Arizona Highways magazine (a $24 value).
Named the International Regional Magazine Association's Magazine of the Year in 2010, Arizona Highways has delivered striking photos and detailed travel information for more than 85 years. Like a Vogue for Geologists fashion spread, the local landscape's beautiful scenery sparkles for vibrant snapshots, and a comprehensive travel guide outlines tasty restaurants, exciting events, and weekend getaways. Use Arizona Highways' outdoors section to plan hiking routes, discover new campsites, or find out which animal has been continuously sneaking leftover lasagna from your trash can. With subscribers in all 50 states and more than 120 countries, Arizona Highways stands as testament to the wide appeal of the Grand Canyon State.
The Fine Print
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About "Arizona Highways"
In 1925, the Arizona Department of Transportation published the first issue of Arizona Highways magazine as a way to attract a new population of automobile drivers, encouraging motorists to get off the couch and discover both new and old in the Grand Canyon state.
After 90 years and subscribers in 50 states and 100 countries, the magazine continues to capture the state's stunning landscapes alongside humorous cartoons, stories, and insightful articles on travel and transportation, showcasing all that is unique about Arizona. The monthly magazine is committed to continually rediscovering the state for its readers, educating them with stunning features about new places to explore such as caves, trails, or the Superstition Mountains, where the backup sun is stored in the event that the first one burns out.