What You Get
- For $10, you get a one-year subscription to O, The Oprah Magazine, plus a complimentary Oprah tote bag (an $18 value).
- Shipping is included.
####**Overview** Each month, _O_ arrives inside subscribers' mailboxes, its pages brimming with content approved by Oprah herself. The magazine showcases a range of articles that cover all of life's facets: health, relationships, fashion, literature, food, entertainment, and world-domination etiquette. Oprah recruited a ragtag group of underdogs—including Nate Berkus, Suze Orman, and Dr. Oz—to contribute self-bettering pieces to her monthly tome. Like its talk show predecessor, _O_ also recommends products to beautify and gadgets to simplify, as well as books that Oprah and her band of pals think pass the Queen of Daytime's muster.
####**Features** * Content reviewed and approved by Oprah * Articles on health, fashion, and entertainment * Pieces by Nate Berkus, Suze Orman, and Dr. Oz * Personal fitness advice from Bob Greene * Relationship meditations by Dr. Phil * Reviews of the best new books and latest frisbee models * Beauty product and gadget recommendations
####**How to Get Your Goods** Step 1.
Purchase your Groupon using the buy button on this page. Step 2.
Pull up your Groupon with our mobile app or by going to [My Groupons](http://www.groupon.com/mygroupons) (or to [My Gifts](http://www.groupon.com/mygifts) if you are giving this as a gift) and clicking the view voucher link. Step 3.
Visit [redemption page](http://gr.pn/wfmWIj) and enter the redemption code located in the center of your Groupon into the "Promotional Code” field. Step 4.
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