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In a Nutshell

  • Authoritative city guide
  • In-depth articles & essays
  • Striking design
  • 12 issues per year

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires Jun 17, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Must activate 1-year subscription by 6/16/11, expires 1 year from activation date. Must activate 2-year subscription by 6/16/11, expires 2 years from activation date. Valid only for option purchased. May use to extend current subscription. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

No matter how long you've lived in a city, you can never really know what it's thinking, or whether it'll leave you for a younger version of yourself. Stay as plugged into your town as possible with today’s Groupon to Seattle Met magazine. Choose between the following subscription services:

  • For $8, you get a one-year subscription (a $16.95 value).
  • For $16, you get a two-year subscription (a $30 value).

Launched in 2006 and currently the top-selling magazine in the metro market, Seattle Met captures the pulse of Seattle and chronicles it in a neatly folded and eye-catching glossy-bound booklet 12 times a year. Each boldly designed issue features everything from in-depth news stories and essays to restaurant and bar reviews, style and shopping tips, home and garden tips, a guide to the city's wealth of diamond-encrusted Lionel Richie statues, and an overview of the city's best offerings. Recent issues have explored the top hiking trails in the area, must-live neighborhoods, and a retrospective of movies filmed in Seattle, whereas older issues include articles such as “Why This Forest Clearing Would Be a Great Place for a Settlement Called Seattle.” More-regular features let you catch up on the city's cultural scene by flipping through the magazine's many entertainment-dedicated pages, with each article written in Seattle Met's authoritative-but-witty editorial voice.

Like a town crier, a good local magazine keeps you informed about your city and its newsmakers—and unlike with a town crier, you can dispose of back issues without needing a shovel. Keep yourself in the Emerald City’s loop with a subscription to Seattle Met, or gift a Groupon to a confused Seattle newcomer who keeps asking where they can get a picture with the Mounties.

REVIEWS

Four Yelpers give Seattle Met, formerly Seattle Metropolitan magazine, a 3.5-star average, and the magazine has more than 4,800 Facebook fans:

  • The magazine is filled with great information and stories. They introduce new and hard to find places that are unique and not boring. – Pete W., Yelp, 2/17/11
  • I look forward to my Seattle Metro, it is a proper magazine that from time to time has left the realm of delightful and proven useful. The articles are interesting and sometimes opinionated... which is correctly Seattle. – Amara D., Yelp, 3/11/10

Customer Reviews

I Love this magazine.
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RL G. · May 20, 2016
Great articles & pictures of local hotspots and quick getaways.
E. N. · December 12, 2012
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