Over 150 Magazine Titles Free for 60 Days @ Texture by Next Issue
Hello, my name is Mia, and I am a magazine addict. I have been poring over mags since I was old enough hold one. My subscription choices have evolved over the years but although I keep adding new ones all the time, it's almost impossible for me to give up my tried and true favourites. The result—I'm a hoarder. Until recently, that is. Because, you guys, I have discovered what can only be considered a serious GAME CHANGER. And that, my friends, is Texture by Next Issue.
If you've not yet converted to this incredible subscription service, let me just tell you quickly what's up. Over 150 titles available to you on your favourite device, read online or download anything for off-line reading. I personally have mine set up to download my absolute must-haves automatically. Titles like: Today's Parent, Better Homes & Gardens, Chatelaine, In Style, O the Oprah Magazine, Canadian House & Home... need I go on?
Normally you can get a 30 day free trial period but right now, use code BONUS30 and you can get 60 days instead. I wish I'd had it when I joined.
There are two levels of subscriptions available—basic and premium—a difference of $5 per month between them but the premium will get you access to weekly issues as well as monthly (all of which are available with a basic subscription. If you are buying one or two (or, ahem, 5 or 6, like me) magazines a month, this is a no-brainer. For $9.99, the basic plan, you can pretty much get ALL the magazines. And ALL the back issues.
I know that a lot of people are wary of subscription services and getting locked in with no way out. So here's how you get out: if you decide after 60 days that this is not the service for you,sign into your account here, go to Order History, click "Change" and follow the prompts.
For more codes to use at Texture by Next Issue, keep your eye on the coupon page here, where you will also find a code for 10% off your first three months.
What magazines can you simply not live without? Too many to list?
(60 day trial expires in 3 months)