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All You (1-year)

4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (330 customer reviews)

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All You -- Enjoy Life for Less! Each issue offers coupons, money saving tips, affordable menus, fashion for all figures and budgets, and advice from real women like you.

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Who Reads All You?
All You is created for the value-driven American woman. All You readers seek practical, reliable, affordable solutions for how to do more, buy more and accomplish more with less. They want “achievable inspiration,” not “unattainable fantasy,” reasonably priced products from stores where they actually shop, and real-life advice that fits their busy lifestyle. All You covers a range of topics from interpersonal relationships to home repair; recipes that can be made in 10 minutes to decorating ideas for under $100; health information delivered in language she can understand, to clothes for every body type, all presented in a lively, contemporary format.

What You Can Expect in Each Issue:

  • Coupons: Every issue of All You contains valuable coupons for fashion, food, makeup and household basics. With high coupon totals each month (more than $60 recently), this magazine pays for itself many times over.
  • Advice on living well for less: Throughout every issue are exclusive money-saving ideas for every area of your life. You’ll benefit from invaluable tips on couponing, smart shopping, bargain hunting, price negotiating, home decorating, discovering inexpensive beauty and fashion products, and much more.
  • Realistic health and fitness ideas: Most of us should improve our health or diet or exercise routine somehow. But change is hard. So All You gives the hard facts and concise plans you need to make better lifestyle choices. Whether you’re looking to lose weight, firm up or create more healthful meals, our stories have the up-to-date, proven information you need, presented in a format that’s easy to understand.
  • Affordable, delicious family-friendly recipes: Grocery costs make up a huge part of every household budget. That’s why All You offers an unparalleled selection of inventive and inexpensive recipes for daily dinners, special occasions and tempting treats—many for just pennies a serving! Better yet: All the ingredients are readily available at local markets.
  • The "Reality-Check" promise: The heart of All You is our “Reality Check” promise. We reach out to our exclusive network of more than 40,000 women to get their advice—and we feature them and their ideas prominently throughout every issue. The magazine also goes in-depth every month, bringing you inspiring first-person stories of women who have overcome challenges in their lives, from financial burdens that seemed impossible to surmount to life-threatening illness and natural disasters.
  • Your most important questions answered: In each issue an All You recruits experts (all of them women) in key areas—health, relationships, pet care, fitness, nutrition and money savings—and asks them the most pressing questions in their fields. You get unbeatable access to clear thinking on thorny issues, like how to pay off your credit cards, deal with a fussy in-law and lose that baby weight.

Magazine Layout:
Editorial content is presented through a value-oriented lens, in an accessible, easy-to-read format, ideal for a busy lifestyle. All You delivers bite-size nuggets of information and realistic ideas for every area of a woman’s life. The photography, graphics, boxes and tips are presented in organized, visually compelling design.

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Contributors:
All You recruits experts in key fields--health, relationships, pet care, fitness, and money savings. Many of them are women, since All You is for women, and all of them are able to speak in a direct and practical way to give readers advice they can use.

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Comparisons to Other Magazines:
The mission of All You is to provide readers with what they need but also to recognize, celebrate and encourage them. In every issue, on every page, All You makes women feel great about themselves and their choices.

Advertisers:
Advertisers looking to reach the value-minded consumer run in All You. The magazine carries a wide range of advertisers from food to home to apparel to beauty.

Awards:
All You has been named to ADWEEK's prestigious "10 Under 50" Hot List for magazines under $50 million for two consecutive years (2007 and 2008). In 2009, the category changed to "10 Under 60" (for magazines under $60 million), and All You made the list once again. All You also received an “Honorable Mention” in Capell’s Circulation Report Best Performers in 2008.

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Product Details

  • Format: Magazine
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Publisher: Time Direct Ventures
  • ASIN: B000W3MB5M
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (330 customer reviews)
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165 of 168 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars my new favorite magazine! December 29, 2007
Subscription Term Name:1 year
I highly recommend this magazine for working or stay at home moms. There is truly a little bit of everything. Inexpensive fashion, makeup tips, healthcare, nutrition, fitness, relationships, family, etc... It doesn't prefer one to the other and there are useful tips jotted all over the place that are truly useful. There are very few ads in the magazine and the ones they do have usually come with useful coupons. It seems to market young moms ages 25-40. I am 31 and when this magazine comes in the mail, I honestly read it front to back. No useless stories or expensive fashion that is out of my reach. I just hope it stays as consistent and true to the market they are reaching. Thanks All You!!!

7/29/08 UPDATE: I just reordered this for another 2 years. This magazine is still great and I actually start thinking about when another issue will be hitting my mailbox which hasn't happened since I was a teen.

Top 10 Favorite Parts:
1. Sudoku, Futoshiki, Crossword and Picture Puzzles in every issue
2. Table of Contents shows a picture of the front cover with page numbers for each tag - quick to flip to what interests you.
3. Easy layout to read. There are ordered sections called You Self, Your Health, Your World, Your Home, Seasonal, and In Every Issue.
4. Normal everyday people - no stick figure models in the this mag.
5. Fashion, decorating and make-up suggestions are all normal brands at normal stores (Target, Macy's, Gap, Walmart, Old Navy, LLBean, Pier 1)
6. Little fluff and most of the ads that are in there have coupons
7. Safe enough to leave on the table around kids (no kinky stuff)
8. Just enough family and kid-fun info but majority appeals to women so you don't feel so mommyish readying it
9. No gossip or celebrity picture.
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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Read, Great Value November 30, 2007
Subscription Term Name:1 year
All You is so very informative. A little bit of everything, for women of all ages. Food, self help, hair and makeup, relationships, children, crafts, and gardening; just to name a few. They are all jam packed in this magazine. That is why I so look forward to receiving it every month. As was said before, this wonderful magazine has many name brand coupons. It's like they pay you for receiving the magazine. Enjoy.
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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Nothing to lose! October 5, 2007
Subscription Term Name:1 year|Verified Purchase
I really liked the information in this magazine and if that's not enough reason to buy it, it's FULL of coupons. You'll definitely get enough coupons out of this magazine to more than pay for it. :)
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Slacking not as good as before February 8, 2012
By Rena D
Subscription Term Name:1 year
I subscribed to All You for 2 years and I been so dissapointed this last six months. First by the time we get the magazine (october in January)All coupons are expired and all the tips and items are not current. I worte to ALL YOU they claimed its the post office....post office said ALL YOU pays the cheapest way to get it to us. Unlike Oprah and all my other magazines(better Homes, etc) they all come on time. As for the coupons its not as many and expires so fast. We get only about a week to use it.( thats if I get the magazine that same month). I no longer will subscribe to ALL YOU.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Must Have for Penny Pinchers! May 12, 2009
Subscription Term Name:1 year|Verified Purchase
This magazine is full of great coupons month after month. It flies off the rack at my local Walmart. It is only available for purchase via subscription or exclusively at Walmart. Each issue costs $2.24 if purchased separately.

You will easily recoup your subscription price just by using some of the coupons. If you're a coupon master, such as myself, you'll recoup your money with the first issue. Normal coupon users will recoup their money with the first two issues.

A common misconception is that the coupons are only good at Walmart. This is not true. These are manufacturer's coupons, such as the ones you find in the Sunday newspaper.

If you read any couponer or money saving blogs, you've seen them mention All You. All You is a favorite magazine of couponers everywhere because it is packed with high-dollar coupons, many of which are for savings greater than you receive in the Sunday coupon inserts.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Coupons and Real People August 3, 2009
Subscription Term Name:1 year
This magazine contains several grocery coupons every month. Other than through a subscription, you can only get it at Walmart. I appreciate that many of the women featured look more like "real" women than the models used by most other magazines.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Great magazine, poor subscription service September 17, 2009
Subscription Term Name:1 year|Verified Purchase
I originally subscribed to this magazine for the coupons. Since it takes a couple months for the first issue to arrive, I purchased two issues at Wal-Mart. I am basing my review on the two issues I purchased at Wal-Mart and the one issue I received through the mail.

I first heard of this magazine when I started following couponing blogs. I saw a great deal on a subscription at Amazon, so I went ahead and signed up, having never looked at an issue before. I was very pleased with the issue I purchased at Wal-Mart. It had some great, high-value coupons. It also had some great recipes and money-saving tips. With the next two issues, I found the coupons less useful. A lot of makeup coupons, but this is not something I buy every month. Also, a lot of coupons for ready-made, overly-processed food. In each issue there was at least 1 higher-than-normal coupon for something that I wanted to buy, but nothing that I would have bought anyway. I have found the recipes to be the most useful thing about the magazine. Tasty, easy to prepare with ingredients on hand. Also, good, short articles that are useful and interesting. It is a good magazine to try to read with little kids running around, because nothing is too long or too deep that would make it hard to be constantly be interrupted.

The big disappointment with this magazine is that I subscribed in May, and the only issue I have received in the mail was the July issue. It is now October. I have made repeated calls and been assured I would receive the past issues. I even received a postcard apologizing for the subscription interruption. However, still no more magazines. I called again yesterday and was told someone would call me back. At this point I am not holding out a lot of hope.
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