Architectural Digest Stories November 23, 2015

Black Friday Magazine deals from under $4: Rolling Stone, GQ, ESPN, Bon Appetit, more

Update (11/25 11:40am): Today the DiscountMags Black Friday offerings include Rolling Stone magazine and Bon Appetit for $3.89 along with Wine Enthusiast for $3.99. Once again, any of these mags below $5 is very notable, but under $4, grab them while you can as this pricing only happens once a year. The deals on GQ and ESPN are still live and remember, everything in your cart can be sent as gifts to different addresses with personalized notes. 

Update (11/24 11:10am): Today’s Black Friday magazine deals are GQ and ESPN, both with digital iPad access, for $3.79 per year each. Usually these mags dip down to $5 a year or so each in our regular sales, with the odd bundle deal dropping them down even further. But almost never do we see them under $4. GQ can be had for up to three years and ESPN is available for up to 3 years at the discounted rate. No codes are needed and the below Black Friday pricing on Men’s Fitness and Architectural Digest.

As we got a taste of last week, DiscountMags will be offering one-off Black Friday pricing on a number of popular magazines all this week. Each of the deals will only be around for a short time, with more being added to this post daily. By the looks of it, these deals will be some of the lowest prices of the year without requiring multiple year commitments or large bundles.

Today we have two very solid options. First up is a one year subscription to Men’s Fitness magazine for $2.99 with free shipping. From time-to-time we see the popular men’s fitness mag dip down below $5, and even as low as $4, but this is by far the best price we have seen all year without being bundled. By comparison, the same subscription will cost you $20 direct from Men’s Fitness. The discounted price can be had for up to 3 years.

Next is Architectural Digest for $3.89 per year with free shipping and digital access (Kindle Fire, iPad, and Nook). That’s more than $26 under Architectural Digest’s price and the best we can find. Our usual sales almost never bring Architectural Digest below $5, even in the bundle deals and multi-year promotions. So at under $4, this is certainly one of the best prices we have seen.

Remember, all purchases in your cart at DiscountMags can be sent as gifts if you choose. Meaning each mag can be sent to a different address with a personalized gift note.

Notes: No codes required for today’s deals. There is never any shipping fees, auto renewals or sales tax at DiscountMags, and digital access usually arrives once the first print edition does.

Architectural Digest Stories September 4, 2015

expiredAny 5 magazines for $20: Wired, Dwell, ESPN, GQ, Men’s Health, Rolling Stone, Golf Digest, many more

The DiscountMags Labor Day sale has now begun, and it’s a nice one. This weekend you can grab any 5 mags in the sale for $20, bringing the most popular titles down to just $4 a year:

Architectural Digest Stories July 2, 2015

New Bloomberg Businessweek subscribers can get 3-years for $20 shipped (Reg. $150)

Ok it’s back again. Bloomberg Businessweek magazine for about as low as you’ll ever see it. DiscountMags is offering a 3-year subscription (150 issues!) for $19.97 shipped using code 83719 in the cart. That’s close to $130 below the regular sale price, $70 under Bloomberg direct, the lowest price we can find and matching the best offer we have ever posted.

We never see Businessweek go for this low during weekend sales or our typical exclusive deals. While this sub doesn’t include digital access and is only available to new subscribers, you are getting 150 issues for about 13 cents each, or three years for $10 less than the price of one.

Outside of Businessweek, we currently have a massive exclusive mag sale offering 4 magazines for just $16 (or even less on larger bundles). That brings mags like Wired, Dwell, GQ, ESPN, Rolling Stone, Architectural Digest and many more down to as low as $3.50 a year each. It does’t get much lower than outside of special holiday sales.

Architectural Digest Stories July 1, 2015

expiredFour magazine subs for $16: Wired, Dwell, GQ, ESPN, Rolling Stone, Architectural Digest, many more

We have teamed up with DiscountMags to offer one of the best overall magazine sales yet this year. You can grab any 4 magazines in the sale for $16 including many that very rarely dip below $5 a year, like Wired, Dwell, ESPN, Rolling Stone, GQ, Architectural Digest and more. But the prices get even lower when you add more mags to your bundle:

Architectural Digest Stories June 20, 2015

expiredMagazine subs from $3/yr: Wired, Maxim, ESPN, GQ, Nat Geo, Men’s Health, Dwell, many more

DiscountMags has started its weekend Summer magazine sale. There are a number of popular titles matching our usual exclusive lows including Wired, Rolling Stone, Dwell, and GQ, plus a few that are sitting at even more notable prices like Men’s Health and Maxim.

Starting at $5/yr, Wired, Rolling Stone, Dwell, ESPN, Architectural Digest, Esquire, and GQ are matching the single year, single sub prices we see outside of some special bundle deals and holiday pricing. Many of which come with digital access for iPad included in the price.

A few standouts from the sale include Maxim magazine for $3 a year, for up to 4 years. It isn’t often Maxim dips down this low outside of holiday/bundle pricing. You’ll also find Men’s Health for $5 a year with digital access, which rarely drops below $6 per year without being bundled, and National Geographic for $30 on a two year sub with digital access, matching the lowest we have seen this mag go for.

Remember, you can gift these subscriptions with the ability to put in different addresses and a custom note for each sub in your order. As usual, there is no sales tax, delivery fees or auto renewals. Digital access comes once the first print edition does in most cases.

Architectural Digest Stories June 12, 2015

expiredMulti-year magazine subs from $3/yr: Wired, Maxim, GQ, ESPN, Dwell, Rolling Stone, Pop Science, Paper, more

The DiscountMags weekend sale is getting an early start once again, and it’s a good one. The sale features multi-year subscriptions to many of the most popular magazines including Rolling Stone, Wired, Architectural Digest, Dwell, Maxim, GQ and many more starting as low as $3 a year.

Wired is $9 for a 2-year sub ($4.50/yr.) w/ digital access, while GQ, Popular Science, Rolling Stone, Bon Appetit, Golf Digest, Popular Photography and more drop to $12.99 for a 3 year subscription (about $4.33/yr.). While we have seen these mags drop to $4 per year, it only happens in special bundle deals that lock you into 5 or more magazines. In this sale, prices are individual so you can get exactly what you want and are the best we can find.

Some other notables that very rarely drop down as low as in this weekend’s sale include Maxim for $11.99 on a 4 year sub ($3/yr.), Paper magazine for $16.99 on a 2 year sub and Architectural Digest for $10.99 on a 2 year sub ($5.50/yr.). All of which are $0.50 or more per year lower than our usual sale price and the best we can find.

You can choose to gift these subs to separate addresses with a custom note as well. Expect no sales tax, delivery charges or auto renewals. Note: digital access comes once the first print edition arrives. No codes needed for this weekend’s sale.

Architectural Digest Stories May 29, 2015

expiredMulti-year magazine subs from $4.75/yr: ESPN, Wired, Men’s Health, Architectural Digest, GQ, Dwell, many more

DiscountMags has now kicked off its weekend magazine sale. While there are a number of solid prices, we have a standout single deal that is even better to get to first.

ESPN magazine with digital access included is available for $4.99 for 1 year using code 57480 over at TopMags, matching the DiscountMags weekend sale price. But if you opt for a 2 year sub at TopMags, your price drops to $9.50 with free delivery using code 57480. At $4.75 per year, that’s the best price we can find and within cents of the lowest this mag has gone outside of once a year holiday pricing. This deal is for new subscribers only.

As for the DiscountMags weekend sale, we are seeing many of the most popular mags including Wired, GQ, Dwell, Rolling Stone and many more matching the lowest single year sub prices we see outside of special bundles and holiday promos. While you’ll want to avoid the $5 sub to Maxim magazine (as it tends to drop much lower than that), titles like Men’s Health and Architectural Digest, both with digital access included, eternally only drop to $6 with our exclusive sale prices. Note: No codes are required for the weekend sale.

Lastly, for the foodies out there, Savuer magazine can be had for $4.70 on a one year sub using the code 79101 at this link for even less than in the weekend sale and the best we can find.

A few things to keep in mind: there is never shipping fees, auto-renewals, or sales tax. Note: digital access usually arrives once the first print issue does.

Architectural Digest Stories May 1, 2015

expiredMagazine sale from $4.50/yr: Wired, Men’s & Women’s Health, Rolling Stone, Dwell, many more

DiscountMags has kicked off a pair off sales for the weekend including a Pick Your Price Sale and a special Mother’s Day event. We are seeing a number of popular magazine for you and mom matching the usual exclusive sale price including Wired, Architectural Digest, Bon Appetit, Men’s Health, Women’s Health, Rolling Stone, Better Homes and Garden, Dwell, and many more from $5 or less. Many of which with digital access for iPad included. We have seen many of these mags go for slightly less this year, but in most cases today’s mags are either matching or within $0.50/yr. of the best prices we have seen in 2015.

While both sale pages appear to have basically the same selection and the identical prices, it is worth browsing both as you may find something for mom in the Mother’s Day Sale not found in the main weekend offerings.

Keep in mind, you can expect no sales tax, delivery charges or auto renewals. These deals only available to those in the US. Note: Digital access comes once the first print edition arrives in most cases.

Architectural Digest Stories March 28, 2015

expiredMulti-year magazine subs from $3/yr: Maxim, Wired, Dwell, Rolling Stone, GQ, Architectural Digest, many more

DiscountMags is running quite a notable multi-year magazine sale this weekend. While we are seeing a number of one year subscription prices matching our usual lows, today’s sale offers the lowest per year prices we have seen in 2015 thus far on mags like Wired, Maxim, Rolling Stone, GQ, Architectural Digest and many more.

Wired drops to $8.99 with free delivery and digital access with a two year subscription. At $4.50 per year, this is the current best price available and the lowest yearly price we have seen this year. Dwell, also available for $8.99 on a two year sub, is matching the lowest per price we have seen.

You’ll also find Rolling Stone, GQ and Bon Appetit with digital access for $12.99 each on 3 year subscriptions. At about $4.33 per year, these are also $0.70 below our exclusive lows. Lastly, Maxim has hit its lowest price of the year (matching the best we’ve seen outside of last year’s holiday sale) at $11.99 for a 4 year subscription. That’s $3 a year and the best price we can find.

This weekend’s sale has a particularly larger selection then many of our special mag sales, so be sure to lock-in the discounted multi-year pricing while you can. As always, DiscountMags will not charge sales tax or delivery fees and will never auto renew subscriptions on you. These deals only available to those in the US. Note: Digital access comes once the first print edition arrives in most cases.

Architectural Digest Stories March 25, 2015

expiredMagazine subs from $5/yr: Wired, ESPN, Smithsonian, Rolling Stone, more

Today’s magazine deals include one year subscriptions matching our usual exclusive lows outside of special sales and multi-mag bundles. At $5 shipped each per year, you can grab Wired, Rolling Stone, and ESPN magazine, all with digital access included, using code 9TO5TOYS in the cart. This is the current lowest price and within $0.20 or so of the lowest we’ve seen this year.

We also have Smithsonian magazine for $8.99 shipped using code 9TO5TOYS in the cart. That’s nearly $40 under the newsstand listing, $3 under the current 81% off offer from Smithsonian direct and matching the best price we have seen.

More notable magazine deals using code 9TO5TOYS:

As always, DiscountMags does not charge sales tax or delivery fees and will not auto renew subscriptions on you. These deals only available to those in the US. Note: Digital access comes once the first print edition arrives in most cases.

Or get healthy with $5 Mag subscriptions from Amazon: Organic Life, Runners, Bicycling, M/W Health, more

Architectural Digest Stories March 13, 2015

expiredMagazine subs from $4.20/yr: Wired, GQ, ESPN, Rolling Stone, Maxim, Architectural Digest, many more

DiscountMags has kicked off its employee pricing weekend sale a little bit early this week. We are seeing a number of very popular titles at some of the best one year prices we have seen since Black Friday with digital access including Wired, GQ, ESPN, Women’s Health, Bon Appetit, Architectural Digest and many more.

Wired is available for $4.81 per year (for up to 3 years) with digital access included and free delivery. That’s more than half the price of getting the same subscription direct from Wired, $0.20 under our usual low and the best price we have seen on the popular magazine since the holiday season last year. The same pricing data applies to today’s deals on GQ ($4.70), ESPN ($4.77), Architectural Digest ($5.74) and more, all with digital access included.

Other titles available at the lowest prices we’ve seen (from $4.20 per year) since last year/special multi-mag deals include Maxim, Rolling Stone, Fast Company, Golf Digest and more.

DiscountMags never charges sales tax or delivery fees and will not auto renew subscriptions on you. Note: Digital access comes once the first print edition arrives in most cases. No promo codes required for today’s deal.

Architectural Digest Stories February 24, 2015

expiredOne-year magazine subs from $5/yr: Wired, Dwell, Runner’s World, more

Today’s magazine deals include our usual lows on single year subs for Wired, Runner’s World, Dwell, Popular Science, and a special discount on Architectural Digest.

You can pick up one year of Architectural Digest with print and digital access included (on Kindle Fire, iPad, and Nook) for just $4.99 using code 30777 in the cart. While our usual $6 per year is already the best single year sub prices we see outside of special mutli-mag bundle deals, today’s deal knocks an extra dollar off. Architectural Digest direct charges as much as $60 for one year with print and digital access.

Architectural Digest explores the homes of talented designers and architects. Each issue is filled with full-color photographs that highlight inspirational aspects of their homes, has in-depth interviews with the owners, and commentary by experts. Special features include art, travel, and home electronics. This magazine subscription will inspire your next design idea or home renovation.

More notable magazine deals using code 9TO5TOYS:

  • Wired w/ digital 1-yr sub: $5 (Reg. $60 newsstand, $20 sale)
  • Runner’s World 1-yr sub: $6 (Reg. $54, $20 sale)
  • Dwell 1-yr sub: $5 (Reg. $60, $40 sale)
  • Popular Science 1-yr sub: $5 (Reg. $48, $12 sale)
  • Midwest Living 1-yr sub: $5 (Reg. $30, $12 sale)

DiscountMags will not charge sales tax, will not auto renew subscriptions on you, and offers completely free delivery (US only). Note: Digital access comes once the first print edition arrives in most cases.

Architectural Digest Stories February 12, 2015

Target via eBay Daily Deals is offering the Dyson DC34 Hand-held Vacuum for $129.99 shipped. That’s $70 under the original listing, $40 below Amazon, $20 better than the lowest average selling price and the best we can find from a trusted retailer.

This cordless and bagless rechargeable hand vac features Dyson’s cyclonic tech, works on carpet/hard floors/other, and offers up to a 15 minute runtime. It comes with a crevice tool, charger, washable filter, rechargeable battery and a “2 Year Limited Manufacturer Warranty.” This model has received a 4/5 star rating from over 360 Amazon customers. If you’re looking for an even more inexpensive hand vac, the highly rated Black & Deckers start at just over $20 Prime shipped on Amazon.

Maverick Long Range Wireless Digital BBQ:Oven Thermometer Set (ET733)-sale-01DBRoth via Amazon has the Maverick Long Range Wireless Digital BBQ/Oven Thermometer Set (ET733) for $69.99, but using code KPCDLIMG will drop the total down to $49.99 shipped. That’s up to $30 under the original listing, $10 under the average selling price and the best price we can find.

It features a large backlit display, 2 hybrid probes, 15 preset temperatures, 300 foot range, LCD beep and flash indicators, and much more. It is the best selling meat thermometer/timer on Amazon and has received a 4.1/5 star rating from over 300 customers.

Head below for the rest of today’s best home deals including Greek yogurt makers, food storage, batteries, and more: expand full story

Architectural Digest Stories February 11, 2015

Magazine subs from $4 per year: Popular Science, Wired, GQ, ESPN, Architectural Digest, more

In today’s best magazine subscription deals we have our usual lows on Wired, Architectural Digest and GQ with digital access included, as well as multi year deals on Popular Science and ESPN.

Pop Science can be had for $5 per year, but it will drop significantly down to $4 per year with a 3 year subscription using code 9TO5TOYS in the cart (or $9 for 2). This is matching the lowest we ever see this mag go for outside very rare once a year sales. Popular Science charges $12 for just one year.

ESPN with digital access is also $5 for one year, but will drop down to $4.75 per year with a two year sub ($9.50 total). This is matching the lowest we see it go for and well under the $30 per year ESPN direct will charge you. Digital access comes with “exclusive blogs by ESPN Insider writers,” as well as “insights from Karablog, Draft Analyzer, Insider Recommends and more.”

More notable magazine deals using code 9TO5TOYS:

  • Wired w/ digital 1-yr sub: $5 (Reg. $60 newsstand, $12 sale)
  • GQ 1-yr sub: $5 (Reg. $50, $12 sale)
  • Architectural Digest w/ digital 1-yr sub: $6 (Reg. $60, $24 sale)
  • Every Day with Rachael Ray 1-yr sub: $5 (Reg. $40, $24 sale)

DiscountMags will not charge sales tax, will never auto renew subscriptions, and offers completely free delivery (US only). Note: Digital access comes once the first print edition arrives.

Architectural Digest Stories January 21, 2015

expiredMulti-year magazine subs from $4 per year: Popular Science, Dwell, Wired, GQ, more

Today’s magazine deals include our usual lows on Wired, GQ and Details, as well as interesting multi-year deals on both Popular Science and Dwell magazine.

You can grab a one year Dwell magazine subscription for $5 using code 9TO5TOYS in the cart, matching the lowest one year price we see outside of special multi-mag bundle sales. But the price drops down even further on a 2 year sub for $9.50, or $4.75 per year using the above code. That’s $10.50 under the price from Dwell direct and matching the lowest price we ever see on the popular magazine. Note: Architectural Digest drops to $6 in the cart when purchasing Dwell, matching the best one year price we see outside of special bundle deals.

Popular Science can be had for $5 for one year but the price drops even deeper on a 3 year sub to $12 with code 9TO5TOYS. At $4 per year, that’s 3 years for the price of one compared to the direct price from Popular Science and matching the best we see.

More notable magazine deals using code 9TO5TOYS:

  • Wired w/ digital 1-yr sub: $5 (Reg. $60 newsstand, $12 sale)
  • GQ & Details w/ digital 1-yr sub: $10 (Reg. $30)
  • Bon Appetit w/ digital 1-yr sub: $5 (Reg. $48 newsstand, $15 sale)
  • Midwest Living 1-yr sub: $5 (Reg. $30 newsstand, $12 sale)

DiscountMags will not charge sales tax, will never auto renew subscriptions, and offers completely free delivery (US only). Note: Digital access comes once the first print edition arrives.

Architectural Digest Stories November 26, 2014

expiredOne year magazine subs w/ digital access $3.90: Wired, Architectural Digest, Popular Science

Continuing its Black Friday week sales, DiscountMags is offering Wired magazine for its all-time lowest single sub price ever today. Along with Popular Science and Architectural Digest, you can grab a one year subscription to Wired magazine for just $3.89 per year (Reg. $20 – $60) using code 9TO5TOYS in the cart for up to 3 years.

Only inside of bundles with as many as 5 magazines have we ever seen the popular technology magazine go for under $5 on a single sub. Wired also comes digital access for your iPad (and other devices) as well as the the traditional print version included in the price.

Also available today with code 9TO5TOYS, is Architectural Digest with digital access included (Reg. $24 – $60) and Popular Science magazine (Reg. $12 – $48) for $3.89 each. That’s more than $1 under the best price we’ve ever seen on Architectural Digest on its own and $0.10 under the best price we’ve seen on Popular Science without being bundled with 4 or more mags.

DiscountMags has no sales tax, no auto renewals, and offers completely free delivery to those in the US. Digital subscriptions tend to become available once the first print edition arrives and there are handy gifting options available on all subscription purchases.

Architectural Digest Stories November 11, 2014

expiredFour magazine subs for $16 (additional titles $3.50): Wired, GQ, Rolling Stone, Men’s Fitness, many more

9to5Toys and DiscountMags have teamed up to offer one of the best magazine sales we have seen so far this year. Today’s deal is 4 magazine subscriptions for $16 and you can add a 5th, 6th and 7th subscription to your bundle for even less.

We don’t see mags like Wired, GQ, Men’s Fitness, Architectural Digest, ESPNRolling Stone, Popular Science and others go for as low as $4 for one year very often. But your 5th, 6th and 7th subs drop to $3.50 each in this sale, yielding the best price we see on all of the above titles. Many of which come with digital access included for iPad, Kindle and other devices.

DiscountMags also allows each mag to be sent to a different address and provides e-cards if you so choose, making it easy to send them as gifts as well. One thing to keep in mind, is that we have seen Maxim for as low as $3.50 on its own without being bundled.

DiscountMags will never auto renew on you, does not charge sales tax and delivers completely free inside the US. No code is required for today’s deal and digital subs tend to arrive once the first print edition has.

Architectural Digest Stories November 8, 2014

expiredOne year magazine subs from $3.50 per year: Maxim, Wired, ESPN, GQ, Architectural Digest, many more

We regularly feature some of the best magazine deals on the internet and today is no different, except DiscountMags will be donating a portion of this weekend’s purchases towards books for kids in need. For every magazine sold in the sale, DiscountMags will donate $0.50 to FirstBook.org.

Along with with helping children in need, we are also seeing prices matching our usual single sub/single year lows on titles like Wired, ESPN, Architectural Digest, GQ and Women’s Health, all with digital access included.

Easily the stand out deal in the sale is Maxim for $3.50 per year. This is well under the usual sale price and matching the lowest one year, single sub price we have ever seen on the popular lifestyle magazine. Even better, you can lock that price in for as many as four years.

A few things to keep in mind, from time to time we see Bloomberg Businessweek for  less and we see multi-year deals on Pop Science at around $4 a year quite regularly.

DiscountMags will never auto renew on you, does not charge sales tax and delivers free inside the US. No code is required for today’s deal and digital subs tend to arrive once the first print edition has. 

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