1-Year Subscription to a Women's Lifestyle Magazine from Hearst Magazines (Up to 50% Off). Six Titles Available.

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Fashion, beauty, entertaining, pop culture, and current events are all covered by these magazines for women and, in Seventeen’s case, teens

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Choose from Six Options

  • One-year, 12-issue subscription to ELLE ($10 value)
  • One-year, 10-issue subscription to Harper’s Bazaar ($10 value)
  • One-year, 10-issue subscription to Woman’s Day ($7.99 value)
  • One-year, 11-issue subscription to Redbook ($8 value)
  • One-year, 5-issue subscription to Seventeen ($10 value)
  • One-year, 12-issue subscription to Marie Claire ($10 value)
ELLE

From the runway to the perfect dinner party, ELLE’s team of style-savvy editors have it covered. Award-winning editor-in-chief Roberta Myers and her staff believe that “a fashion magazine should be more than a socialite scrapbook or celebrity shopping ledger.” And they’ve curated myriad collections of pop-culture articles, beauty how-to videos, and street-style fashion spreads to prove it. Dedicated to inspiring women around the world to explore and celebrate their individual style, the magazine’s pages overflow with beauty tips and fashionable products of all price points. After all, it’s written in the magazine’s manifesto that “style has no price tag. Those who have it make the low look high and the high look cool.”

Harper’s Bazaar

As America’s first fashion magazine, Harper’s Bazaar has been telling women what to wear and how to wear it since 1867. As part of Hearst’s Fashion and Luxury Collection, it’s known for showcasing beautiful clothing, people, artwork, and more as an aspirational guide. And with the credibility of remaining in vogue for nearly 150 years, Harper’s publishes its daily #TheList feature online to bring readers the most up-to-date trends on topics like dressing, movies, books, celebrity events, and more.

Woman’s Day

While many short-lived magazines publish articles on topical issues that won’t matter in a few years, magazines like Woman’s Day thrive for decades by covering timeless topics and offering reliable advice to earn the loyalty of readers. Since publishing its first edition on October 7, 1937, Woman’s Day has been producing monthly issues that fill newsstands with stories about the things that matter most in many people’s lives. Health topics, recipes, style insights, and money advice often grace the pages, as well as regularly appearing sections on travel and sweepstakes.

Redbook

Redbook magazine has been around for a long time. It’s older than plastic, Kellogg’s Corn Flakes, and the Ford Model T. Founded in 1903, the magazine started out publishing stories and fiction geared toward—and often written by—American women. It’s one of the Seven Sisters, a group of magazines that historically targeted homemakers, but today its topics have broadened. It still features celebrity pictures, recipes, and parenting tips for the stay-at-home moms who have been flipping through its glossy pages for generations, but it’s expanded to include articles for the modern everywoman, discussing careers, sexuality, and beauty.

Seventeen

Lighthearted and fun, Seventeen isn’t just for 17-year-olds. The magazine writes for all teenage girls as they develop their sense of style and beauty and learn about the world around them. There’s all the typical hair, nail, and makeup advice, as well as features on choosing the right college, health concerns, and sex questions girls might be too embarrassed to ask anyone about.

Marie Claire

Marie Claire’s glossy pages glow with a wide range of feminine-focused topics, with features on fashion, food, relationships, and health. Keep wardrobes fresh without consistently refilling blouse pockets with dry ice by enlisting the magazine’s keen eye for fashion news and trends. Marie Claire also decorates its pages with celebrity sightings and interviews, as well as current world reports.

Hearst Magazines

Each month, Hearst Magazines disseminates glossy periodicals packed with insightful columns, informative features, and vivid graphics to keep readers hip to trends in fashion, automotives, and the domestic sphere. Between the pages of Esquire, for example, gents scan celebrity interviews and glean cocktail recipes. Homeowners and hopeful homeowners find inspiration between the pages of ELLE Decor and House Beautiful, while car buffs ogle aerodynamic centerfolds in Road & Track. Lifestyle magazines such as Redbook deal advice on scores of quotidian topics, from work and parenting to clothes and health. Geared toward the younger set, magazines such as Cosmopolitan reveal tips on beauty and fashion.

Customer Reviews

First time I tried a few weeks ago there was an error message. However, this time it was as my grandson says "easy.peasy. lizard, squeezy."
Tonia L. · 5 hours ago
Such an awesome array of different types of magazines. Truly enjoyed them all.
Vicky T. · 4 days ago
My magazine always arrived in perfect condition sealed in plastic.
Joy S. · September 9, 2017

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