Rogers Canada: Magazines from $1 an Issue

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I just came this deal for Rogers customers and thought I would share in case there are others like me, that didn’t notice this before. You have to be a Rogers customer (insert groan here) and if you are, you can subscribe to the following magazines at up to 85% off the newstand prices. Simply click here to subscibe, choose your magazines and enter your Rogers account information. Subscription charges will be added to your Rogers bill (taxes are not included in the prices below) and you can cancel at any time. Order now and you will receive a free digital copy of Chatelaine’s Cooking Class.

Chatelaine: $1/issue (12 issues a year) *English and French versions
Today’s Parent: $1/issue (12 issues a year)
Canadian Business: $1.50/month (24 issues a year)
Hello: $6/month (52 issues a year)
Loulou: $1/month (8 issues a year) *English and French versions
Sportsnet: $2/month (26 issues a year)
Flare: $1/month (12 issues a year)
MoneySense: $1.50/month (7 issues a year)
Maclean’s: $3.50/month (52 issues a year)
L’actualité: $2/month (20 issues a year)

And if you aren’t a Rogers customer, Catelaine is offering a one-year subscription for only $12.97 ($1.08 an issue) until April 11. To subscribe to this deal, click here.

3 responses to “Rogers Canada: Magazines from $1 an Issue”

  1. PBMAMA says:

    I get today’s parent through rogers, great price. Also the June issue gave you a chance to make your own cover with your child’s picture on it at no additional cost to you. Not sure what the deadline was to make this but you might still have a chance to do it if you subscribed now.

  2. Frugal says:

    How about getting magazines for $0 per issue?
    It’s free to borrow at the library and the current issues can be read in the library too. Plus you can buy some magazines at the library if you really want them for the coupons. Some are $0.10 and some are $0.25

  3. the big guy says:

    Insert groan here? Rogers is a great company, and thanks to its years of innovation, sites like this one wouldn’t be here. Why don’t you groan about high taxes or something else that is substantial.


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