What You'll Get
Not long ago, Aristocrat Style was a favorite of fashion-forward genteel men, featuring articles such as “Four Essential Gloves for Seasonal Face-Slapping.” Behold how much local-interest magazines have evolved with today’s Groupon: for $6, you get a one-year subscription to Sactown magazine (normally $12 when subscribing online, and up to $24 based on the cover price). A one-year subscription to the award-winning bimonthly publication delivers six issues straight to your door.
Sactown, winner of four Maggie Awards in 2010, brilliantly covers the best food, art, shopping, politics, travel, architecture, and a broad range of events going on in the area. The design-savvy young mag wows subscribers with page-turning stories, stunning photography, and innovative ways to engage readers, including a recent scratch-and-sniff cover that inspired awe from the New York Times. Take a one-to-four-eyed peek inside the most recent issue to learn about reaping the benefits of local farmers' hard work; check out a feature on Sacramento's Deftones; take a look inside the new downtown eatery Cafeteria 15L; and read about the city's most entertaining festivals, outdoor activities, beer professors, and interesting peeps.
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The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 1, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Sactown Magazine
Winner of a staggering 21 Maggie Awards—including Best City & Metropolitan Magazine— Sactown Magazine doesn't have much to prove. The magazine continues to live up to the acclaim by filling its glossy pages with some of the region's finest reporting and photography. Its talented staff of writers and reviewers command the region's largest magazine readership, giving them an enviable influence on Sacramento's local restaurant, shopping, and medieval blacksmithing scenes. They also provide thoughtful commentary on local politics and rundowns on some of the region's best entertainment venues and sightseeing locales. Sactown has also earned a reputation for innovating fresh approaches to print journalism. The magazine once created a scratch-and-sniff cover design that won praise from the New York Times.