MAGAZINE COUPONS & DEALS IN CANADA
One of the best things about magazines is their ability to speak to your personal interests from a fresh, current perspective. Love hunting and fishing? Pick up a copy of Outdoor Canada for the latest tips and tricks of navigating the great outdoors. Want to know the top 10 exercises for rock-hard abs? Grab the latest edition of Women's Health and read up on all the details!
Here at Dealguild.com we want you to stay up to date on your hobbies, interests and the latest celebrity gossip, all while paying the lowest possible price for this entertainment. On this page we post the latest Canadian magazine deals, coupons and promotions that will save you money on thousands of popular titles. Previous deals have included:
- Get a 30-day free trial and 10% off your first 3 months (Next Issue)
- Take 50% off subscriptions (ZInio)
- Take $5 off when you spend $50 (Chapters Indigo)
- Get $20 off when you spend $60 or more (Book Outlet)
- Get $10 off when you spend $50 or more (Shoppers Drug Mart)
The magazine category does not see deals as frequently as some other categories, but rest assured there's always a few deals that you can take advantage of. Keep in mind that magazines are frequently sold through retailers that sell books, groceries, cosmetics and other items. This means that an offer such as "Get $20 when you spend $60 or more" can be applied towards magazines, as well as any other items available through that seller.
Consider subscribing. If you tend to purchase a particular title regularly, getting an annual subscription will save you money over time. Even with the cost of shipping and handling, a year-long commitment will cost you less money than buying each titles separately.
Check your communications providers. Some communications providers (internet, TV, mobile, cable) will offer exclusive prices for magazine subscriptions to their customers. While the list of magazine titles will likely not include any niche publications, checking with your provider for deals on popular publications. The cost of the subscription is usually bundled into your service charges.