What I like about most magazines available in Zinio is that a year's worth of subscription is usually cheap! And aside from US magazines, you'll find titles from other countries as well and even own local magazines. Our local magazines though, sell for about the same price as its cover price.
Here are the titles I'm subscribed to:
|Harper's Bazaar - USD14.99 or Php650.00 for 11 issues|
|Elle - USD14.99 or Php650.00 for 12 issues|
|Nylon Magazine - USD9.95 or Php430.00 for 10 issues|
|Nylon Guys (for the husband) - USD5.97 or Php259.00 for 5 issues|
And here are the magazines on my wish list:
|Marie Claire - USD19.99 or Php865.00 for 12 issues|
|Beauty Etc. - USD9.99 or Php432.00 for 4 issues|
This is a beauty magazine in Spain and it doesn't matter that I don't understand Spanish. I just wish it wasn't so pricey. :(
|Maquillaje Paso A Paso - USD42.96 or Php1,860.00 for 12 issues|
|Close-Up Fashion Hair & Makeup - USD4.29 or Php185.00 for 1 issue|
I want this Divisoria issue. Just this.
|Entrepreneur Philippines: Divisoria Issue - USD2.99 or Php130.00|
|Martha Stewart Living - USD28.00 or Php1,212.00 for 12 issues|
|Do It Yourself - USD19.97 or Php865.00 for 4 issues|
|PaperCraft Inspirations - USD39.99 or Php1,732.00 for 13 issues|
|Bike (for the husband again): USD9.00 or Php390.00 for 9 issues|
Since digital magazines are delivered wirelessly, you get them right away. Zinio emails you if you're latest issue is already available. There's also no shipping and handling costs to pay for. I do miss flipping through a real magazine sometimes but I like the savings I get. And at least I help save Mother Earth! :) Oh, and their customer service is great!
Check out Zinio and try it. They do have free magazines. I just got these (yey for freebies!):
|Vogue Girl Nippon|