Of all the wonderful things available for subscription, magazines have remained the favorite ever since the dinosaur-egg-of-the-month club went extinct. Feed your head with something other than triceratops omelets with today's Groupon: for $12, you get a one-year subscription (55 issues) to Time Out New York magazine (a $19.99 value).
Time Out New York is a weekly publication that updates New Yorkers with the latest music, dance, concerts, film, art, dining, clubs, comedy, books, theater, special events, and more. Each issue distills this glut of information into a simplified section dedicated to fun things to do for every borough and beyond. List lovers will delight in a ton of numbered countdowns, which might include “100 Best Dishes and Drinks”, “Five Best Piano Bars”, and the "Top Six Boroughs" (spoiler alert: one can only be seen during a full moon). Every recommendation comes garnished with witty, concise descriptions and glossy color photos.
A weekly infusion of Time Out New York gives New York newcomers a far more accurate cultural map of the city than they'd get from consulting the miniature one inside a souvenir snow globe. Whether you're a starry-eyed recent arrival or have been living here since the city was called New Amsterdam, Time Out New York will pare the Big Apple down into crisp, bite-sized slices.
Time Out New York is offering a special price of $19.99 for 55 issues with automatic renewal; however, this Groupon still offers a better overall value.
Time Out New York
Time Out New York laces informative articles and reviews of the city's hottest concerts, spas, nightclubs, restaurants, and events with a signature wit. Its rolodex of lists opens readers’ eyes to each neighborhood’s entertainment, touching on the Best Brunch Restaurants, Best Downtown Rock Clubs, and Best East Village Drinking Spots. Issues also indulge in a dash of dating advice and shopping tips, mixed into a raft of feature stories that flesh out the city's cultural, political, and social life. The weekly print and digital magazine's editorial content shares page space with skillfully framed photos that capture the people, places, and trained bears that keep all of New York running.