What You'll Get
Read up on what’s going on in St. Louis without spending long hours perusing crime blotters and bathroom walls with today’s side deal: for $9, you get a one-year subscription to St. Louis Magazine (12 issues) and St. Louis AT HOME (6 issues) (a $19.95 total value). This Groupon can also be used to add an additional year to a current subscription.
St. Louis Magazine serves as a knowledge-soaked resource for savvy, in-the-know readers with its illuminating articles on the city’s nightlife, local trends, and best businesses. Smart and sophisticated features are paired with stylish graphics, revealing commentary, and valuable tidbits on the best of St. Louis. Attention-grabbing articles such as “Cheap Eats: St. Louis’ 35 Most Delicious Dining Deals” and “Best Doctors ’09” offer readers well-researched coverage of the notable locales and people infusing verve into the Gateway City's urban landscape.
A subscription to St. Louis AT HOME, meanwhile, will shed light on the hottest trends in interior design, cooking, and gardening, among other topics. Readers will be able to spiff up homes with hand knowledge gleaned from articles such as “The Best of Everything,” which showcases the area’s finest floral designers, painters, and furniture shops. Groupon buyers will also be signed up for the publication's VIP e-newsletter, a weekly email delivering exclusive party invites right to your inbox. Become the event-planning ringleader of your peer group with today’s deal to St. Louis Magazine.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 21, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Must activate subscription by 7/21/11, subscription expires 1 year from activation date. Valid toward renewal. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About St. Louis Magazine
St. Louis Magazine's knowledgeable writers and photographers inform and entertain the region’s denizens with features on area personalities, restaurants, arts, and local issues. Like any body-painted city-council-meeting spectator, each issue bursts with local pride, filling readers in about the city's best doctors, what local theater groups are up to, and upcoming local music events. Readers can also zero in on specific interests and lifestyle articles with the magazine's inserts and special publications, such as the bimonthly St. Louis At Home, filled with design tips and gardening advice; and St. Louis Family, stuffed with healthcare information and suggestions for family outings and entertainment.