Sunday, December 13, 2009

All You Magazine Subscription Possibly Just $8.97!


Do you have a subscription to All You magazine yet? If you don't, you are definitely missing out! If you're a newbie couponer or if you're just look for additional ways to build up your coupon stash, then you'll definitely want to start getting All You magazine. This magazine can be found exclusively at Walmart or by subscription only. All You is filled with money saving tips, recipes, and my favorite part--lots of great coupons... some of the coupons are even high value than the ones you'll find online or in the newspaper!

Alright, so currently, I have an awesome All You magazine deal to tell you about! Right now ShopatHome.com is offering up 30% cash back on Magazines.com purchases... yes, 30% cash back! Plus, Magazines.com has a 1 year subscription to All You magazine priced at $19.97--after the 30% cash back--ONLY $13.97! That makes each issues just $1.16 and I promise, this magazine will pay for itself just by using the coupons in the first issue you receive! Oh and get this, if you are a new member to shopAtHome.com or have signed up (but haven't purchased anything yet), then you'll earn a $5 sign up bonus after making your first purchase! That will bring the cost of the magazine down to just $8.97! Wow! Even if you already have a subscription, you may want to think about getting an additional one at this price!

Are you interested?
  • Go here and create a ShopAtHome account or login to your existing account.
  • Type "Magazines.com" in the search box.
  • Click on one of the Magazines.com links and you will be redirected to their site.
  • Type "All You" in the search box and the $19.97 subscription will pop up.
  • Add the item to your cart and checkout.
  • A few days after doing this (maybe sooner) check your ShopAtHome.com account. You should see a $5 sign up bonus (if you're new) and a 30% cash back credit!
(Thanks, MomsNeedToKnow!)

To give you an idea of the coupons you'll find in All You magazine, check out the coupons available in the January issue:
  • $3/1 any AcneFree Clear Skin System or Severe to Clear System (exp. 2/29/10)
  • $1/1 any AcneFree 8 oz Purifying Cleanser or Terminator 10 (exp. 2/28/10)
  • $1/1 All You Eat Well, Save Big Cookbook (exp. 4/5/10)
  • $.50/1 All You Health & Fitness Special Issue (exp. 2/19/10)
  • $.50/1 All You February Issue (exp. 2/19/10)
  • $1/1 any Colgate Max Fresh or Max White Toothpaste, 4 oz or larger (exp. 3/24/10)
  • $1/1 any Colgate Total Enamel Strength, Total Advanced Whitening, Total Advanced Clean, or Total Advanced Fresh Toothpaste, 4 oz or larger (exp. 2/28/10)
  • $1/1 any Cream of Wheat Hot Cereal (exp. 3/31/10)
  • $1/1 any Disney Multivitamins Marvel Products (exp. 2/15/10)
  • $.55/2 cans of DOLE Pineapple (exp. 3/28/10)
  • $1.50/1 Endust Free (exp. 4/23/10)
  • $2/1 any Ester-C products (exp. 2/15/10)
  • $1/1 any Fast Fixin' or Fast Fixin' On The Go (exp. 5/31/10)
  • $1.25/1 any Fast Classics Bag (exp. 5/31/10)
  • $3/1 any Flex-A-Min products (exp. 2/15/10)
  • $10/1 any Healthometer Scale $19.88 and above (exp. 3/31/10)
  • $1/1 any Hormel Refrigerated Entree (exp. 2/28/10)
  • $.50/1 any Refrigerated JELL-O Mousse, Pudding, or Gelatin Snacks (exp. 3/31/10)
  • $.50/1 Minute Rice product (exp. 3/28/10)
  • $1/1 any Nature Made Vitamins (exp. 2/28/10)
  • $3/1 any Osteo Bi-Flex products (exp. 2/15/10)
  • $1.25/1 any Slim Fast product, excludes singles (exp. 1/22/10)
  • $1/1 any Splenda Sweetener Product (exp. 2/28/10)
  • $1/1 bag Tostitos Chips, 10 oz bag AND Tostitos Dip, 15.5 oz jar (exp. 2/7/10)
  • $1/2 Underwood products (exp. 3/31/10)
  • Buy 2 Weight Watchers 6 oz Yogurt Cups, Get 1 FREE (exp. 3/31/10)
  • $.75/1 any Weight Watchers Cheese or Cream Cheese Item (exp. 3/31/10)
  • $1.50/7 Weight Watchers Smart Ones Frozen Products (exp. 4/30/10)
  • $1/5 Weight Watchers Smart Ones Frozen Products (exp. 3/31/10)
  • $1/2 Zephyrhills Brand 100% Natural Spring Water .5-liter 24-pk (exp. 3/15/10)
(Thanks, CouponSavingsGame!)

17 comments:

Rita said...

I thought the number of coupons and the type in the January issue were "weak" I was unimpressed!

Anonymous said...

My computer doesn't like the Shop at Home site for some reason. However, when I saw this offer it reminded me that my son's school was selling magazines for fundraising. So, I just wanted to post this as an option. They had the 1 yr. for $15 and 2 yr. for $20 at www.qsp.com and you don't have to wait for the rebate! You can just click on your state and type in various school names till you find one who is selling these.

Denise

Kimberly said...

I agree totally with Rita, the coupon selection was almost nothing that I would ever use. The last issue wasn't much better. If they don't stop being so lame, I won't be renewing my subscription.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the heads up on the www.qsp.com price. I was able to subscribe while helping the high school I went to.

CouponClary said...

I agree about the January issue...it was weak on coupons. Of course, it will still pay for itself, but I was disappointed in the brands featured this month and hope that future issues are more like older issues!

Heather said...

I agree not the best coupons this month, I hope next month will be better.

Cecy said...

Another option is to go through Bing, they have 50% cashback on magazines.com right now. Search for 'magazine' in Bing shopping and look to the right, it should show up. You need to set up your cashback account first at bing.com/cashback.

So in the end $9.98 or $0.83/issue. I've never used Bing before this, anyone have bad experiences?

shimla said...

hi.i would like to know where will the credit be posted?in my credit card or in the shopathome account?bcoz i m not planning to buy anything 4m shopathome.also, i m confused about 30% cash back.

Rachleigh said...

I'm confused too. I signed up a few weeks ago but have never bought anything so when will I see my $5.00 show up?

Sarah said...

So how does Shop at Home work? Can you request a check at any time or does the money in your account have to be spent through their website? Thanks!

Anonymous said...

I used one of the coupons yesterday from the January issue....the $1/1 coupon for hormel all natural ready made meals.....Fred Meyer had them on sale for $3.99 this week and I used the $1/1 to bring it down to $2.99 (they are normally $6.99) Sometimes albertsons puts these on clearance for $1.99 so you could get one for 0.99 cents. a lot better than going out to eat and one meal feeds my family of 5. I freeze them and they only take 8 minutes in the microwave if you put them in still frozen. 4 minutes thawed.

Anonymous said...

To Cece: I am a Bing.com shopper and I have not yet received my first cashback payment yet I've accrued alot of cashback so far and it seems to be a very worth site to shop from.
I just logged onto Bing and they are only offering 16% Cash Back for Magazines.com.
Where did you see the 50% CB?

Brenda said...

I used some of the December All You coupons that were only for use when you buy the January issue. Saved enough to pay for new mag - even if I don't use many of this months Q's! Still waiting for my subscription to kick in from a month ago.

Cecy said...

At Anon 2:15, after searching for "magazines" on the right hand reserved for ad space you should see:

Magazines.com

Huge Savings, Free Shipping, No Taxes, and Get 50% cashback from Bing.
www.Magazines.comBing cashbackBing cashback

The $9.98 is pending in my Bing Cashback account. Hope it works for you!

Anonymous said...

I don't think you will get the $5 shop at home sign up money in your account until you make a purchase.

gourmetsailor said...

Collin,
Maybe we need a follow me Monday for all the rebate sites. I use shop at home, and ebates thanks to your recs. I just received my ebates check from buying magazines right after Thanksgiving. I bought several $5 subscriptions on magazines.com and they were offering 40%back. I spent $115.00 and got back over $50 before my Credit Card even closed. magazines.com is doing a deal everyday right now.

reggierhy said...

Agreed, last issue was disappointing, but still if you can use one $1.00 coupon a month it still pays for itself. Now as for qsp.com, I really liked what i saw and that reader is right, $20 for 2 years and no rebate hassles is great in my opinion. That still works out to only 83¢ an issue and i always find at least one coup i can use. Another thing i liked was that my order said that 40% of my purchase was going to support the school or organization of my choice, from among the choices listed. A great deal all around!