All You Magazine Just $.68/Issue *Tuesday Only*

If you’ve been reading here for a while or attending one of my couponing classes, you have heard me sing the praises of All You Magazine!

For those of you who are serious about saving money through coupons, All You is an awesome value. The only brick & mortar store that sells All You is Walmart, and it retails for $2.50. Or you can buy it online.

And right now, if you buy it online through Ebates &, you will save almost 60% off the Walmart price.

Today, Ebates is offering 52% Cash Back on all purchases from Often, All You is excluded from these cash back deals, but today it is included!

Here’s how to get your two-year subscription for just $.73/issue.

  • Sign up for Ebates, if you’re not already a member – right now new members can get a $10 gift card to the store of their choice when they make a qualifying purchase of $25 within 30 days (which this will!)
  • Search for All You Magazine
  • Purchase a 2-year subscription to All You for $34

Within the month, you should be credited with $17.68 in your Ebates account – making your subscription just $.68 per issue ($16.32 for two years). Considering that each issue has $60 – $100 worth of coupons in it, you are definitely getting your “money’s worth”.

Plus, if you’re new to Ebates, you’ll get that $10 gift card, too – which makes this an even more insanely good deal… Just $.26/issue!

Remember: You only have to have $5 in your account to get paid by Ebates! At the end of each quarter, you will get your “Big Fat Check” with all your cash-back earnings. Learn more about getting paid to shop in my Cash-Back Tutorial.

Thanks Passion For Savings.

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  1. I just learned that when your subscription is up, will automatically renew it (at a higher price I would guess, without ebates). What is the best way to make sure you keep getting the magazine, but also get the discounts from ebates?

    • Rivka – Most of the deals (perhaps all of them) are for new subscriptions only, not renewals. Since I already have a subscription, I wasn’t able to take advantage of this offer 🙁

      If you let your subscription run-out (make a note in your calendar to cancel with a month remaining), you can then re-up once you are considered a new subscriber again.

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