This article contains one or more affiliate links. If you follow one of these links, and make a purchase, we receive a commission.
Best magazine subscription offers to try this lockdown
- Becki Crossley
- 27 January 2021
Delve into the science of human minds, or travel to the earth's remotest places, all from the comfort of your own home
Time on your hands? Looking to connect or reconnect with the world's happenings? It could be time to pick up a new magazine and delve into the science of human minds, or travel to the earth's remotest places, all from the comfort of your own home. We've plucked out some of the best publications offering appealing introductory offers to encourage you to delve in and fall for acclaimed content that covers a breadth of topics from technology to culture to fashion.
The Spectator — current affairs
Keeping yourself informed has never been as important as it is now. Get trusted and thought-provoking analysis from The Spectator — Europe's fastest-growing current affairs magazine. Be informed and amused throughout the rest of lockdown with features on politics, current affairs, books, the arts and lifestyle – all in one place. Enjoy a free one month trial (four issues) of a subscription that suits, choose digital access, print-only, or a blend of the two.
Wired — science, future & technology
Wired tells the stories of people and ideas that are changing our day-to-day world. Available monthly in both digital and print, it is a must for those with an interest in emerging technologies and scientific advancements that affect culture. Subscribe and enjoy your first 3 issues for £1.
Vogue — fashion, beauty, art & lifestyle
Britain's No.1 Fashion Magazine Vogue features a powerful combination of editorial covering beauty, style, glamour, design, fashion and contemporary culture and has been doing it like no other since 1909 in the UK. The thick and full monthly magazine features shoots by talented photographers and renowned stylists with industry-leading models. Vogue's content proudly reports on new trends, controversial issues in fashion and culture, and future ideas both on and off the catwalk. Get the first 3 issues for just £1 when you subscribe.
New Scientist — science, space and technology
New Scientist is the world's most popular weekly science and technology magazine. Since 1956 they've covered cutting-edge international news from a scientific standpoint and continue to ask the big questions about life, the universe and what it means to be human. In their own words, 'if someone in the world has a good idea, you'll read about it in New Scientist'. Get 12 weeks half price for a limited time only.SAGA — health, money, gardening, dating & more
SAGA magazine produces witty entertaining content aimed at those 50 years old and above. Produced monthly, SAGA covers everything from current affairs articles to expert advice and guidance on money, insurance and dating and more. Enjoy regular features on health advice and insights, travel suggestions, reviews and puzzles with cash prizes. Get 3 issues for £3 with the limited trial offer or enjoy 12 issues for £24.
National Geographic — environment, culture, nature, science & more
The heavy-weight champion of all things science, nature and culture has to be National Geographic. Over 130 years since its inception, the magazine continues to spread in-depth and inspiring knowledge and awareness of our world. With teams of acclaimed scientists, photographers, journalists and more, each monthly edition upholds the brand's phenomenal reputation, delivering informative and moving articles and imagery. Subscribe to Nat Geo and trial 3 issues for £3 or 10 issues for £30.