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All You Magazine for as low as $2 per year!

Posted February 26, 2014


The deal I posted earlier for All You Magazine just got better! Right now you can score a super deal on All You Magazine - as low as $2 for the whole year! That is definitely the lowest I have ever seen this subscription. If you are unfamiliar with the magazine, it has a bunch of great frugal living tips and usually has a bunch of manufacturer's coupons in it each month!

To get the $2 offer, go to and log in. Then scroll down the home page until you see the offer for Magazine Outlet: Earn up to 200 Swagbucks. Click on the offer and order up to 4 magazines for $2 each AND earn 50 Swagbucks per magazine! If you don't see the offer, you can find it HERE, but you may not get the Swagbucks for it since you didn't click through from Swagbucks,

If you are not a Swagbucks member, you can still get this deal by going to the link HERE.

My thanks to Observant and Padlin for sharing this deal on the blog earlier today! is also offering a good deal on All You Magazine right now - only $5 for a whole year (12 issues).  Head to to get this deal.  Thanks to Nakabi for posting about the All You deal on the blog this morning! She also mentioned that if you have enough points on, you can get a subscription to All You Magazine for free!

If you are unfamiliar with the magazine, it has a bunch of great frugal living tips and recipes and usually has a numberof manufacturer's coupons in it each month!

FYI - after the first year, you get automatically billed for the next year at the going rate for both of these deals. Be sure to cancel after the first year if you do not want to be billed for a second year at full price.


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  • jdouglas13 Feb 26, 2014

    Great idea, Nakabi - thanks! :)

    Speaking of smart phones, my new fave app: Out of milk. I love that you canmake individual lists, do voice recording to add items, and have a way to check them off. I'm sure there is more to this app that I haven't discovered yet, but for once I don't have to worry about losing my shopping list which I always manage to do!

  • larindap3 Feb 26, 2014

    2 bucks a year is a good deal! I usually get mine free with MyCokeRewards, since my hubby drinks lots of Coke Zero's. They have lots of magazines free for a few points (~133 - 250 points).

  • Dr D Feb 26, 2014

    I'm guessing this offer is no longer available thru Swagbucks. I'd followed Faye's instructions for the Magazine Outlet link, selected All You, printed the page that told about automatic renewal and/or cancellation, and was about to enter my card number when I noticed at the bottom of the page that "My Selections" were blank, and also that IE had an "error on page" note. So I exited, and went back in using Chrome, but the Magazine Outlet choice looked different this time (it was missing the Magazine Outlet wording), and All You was no longer listed among the choices. Oh well; another deal another time!

  • observant Feb 26, 2014

    Great Idea putting reminder in the smart phones !
    I do not have one yet but I use my tablet for shopping lists and such.
    It also has a calender; I checked - it does have notifications ( sound and just a message alert on the screen) !! THANKS !!

  • aturner25 Feb 26, 2014

    Thanks! I also ordered a couple of mags I have been wanting to try and the price is excellent on them. Plus SB's to boot-awesome!!

  • nakabi Feb 26, 2014

    jdgoulas-how about putting a reminder in your phone to cancel it? That's what I do usually and it works out well.

  • jdouglas13 Feb 26, 2014

    One more note on the Swagbucks magazine deal -- I just tried to place an order and then phone them to 'deselect' automatic renewal. Apparently they were unable to process that and told me to call back in a month. I decided to cancel the order, because no matter how many notes I make for myself, by then I won't even remember that I ordered magazines, much less that I need to call and make the change to the subscriptions. For those with more brain cells than I have and can remember to follow up, though, it really is a good deal.

    That's a great point that Faye made about going directly through the ad versus the link so you're sure to get your SB points.

    Thanks Nakabi for the good deal on All You as well! :) They have some interesting articles in there.

  • Faye Prosser -WRAL Smart Shopper Feb 26, 2014

    Thanks for the info Observant and Padkin! Looks like a great deal!

    I finally found it on the front page offers of I looked for them as a listed vendor in the Shopping portal which is why I could not find it.

    In order to get the 50 Swagbucks with these orders, I recommend you go to Swagbucks first, log in and scroll down the home page to find the Magazine Outlet ad. Click on that ad directly. It indicates that you can earn up to 200 Swag Bucks. If you just use the link posted by Padlin below without clicking through from Swagbucks, you will probably not get the 50 Swagbucks per subscription. When I clicked on the link, I had a different link address for tracking the sale to my SB account. I hope that makes sense. I will add the deal to the original post.

    Thanks again observant and Padkin!! :-)

  • jdouglas13 Feb 26, 2014

    Observant, thanks for sharing the deal! Don't sweat the link :)

    About those magazines that have automatic renewal -- you can always find a subscription customer service phone number online at the magazine's site. You don't have to wait to call them up and have your subscription changed to non-automatic renewal. I order mags for my Dad all the time, and always do this for him with no hassle from the customer service folks at all.

  • thischickwins Feb 26, 2014

    I also bought a $2 subscription the day before yesterday, though freebizmag. They sent me a free offer for Siempre Mujer magazine, and after I applied for it, there was a page with $2 subscription offers, and All You was the first on the list. I've made a note in my calendar reminding myself about the automatic renewal.