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Mumsnet Deal: Good Housekeeping - 5 Issues for £5

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CharlotteBMumsnet (MNHQ) Wed 03-Jan-18 10:03:06

Morning all,

You can nab five issues of Good Housekeeping for £5 in their January sale, the offer is also valid on Country Living, Red, Elle, Prima and Mens Health, Cosmopolitan and more. You can grab the offer here.

Quick reminder of how this works: we've selected these deals independently by scouring the web for bargains that we think MNers will love. We do, though, get a small referral % if you happen to buy through these links.

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PhilODox Wed 03-Jan-18 10:08:43

Just wondering why this is in S&B and not on the usual"offers" board?

CharlotteBMumsnet (MNHQ) Wed 03-Jan-18 10:47:16

@PhilODox good point, I have moved it to promo codes!

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polarbear33 Fri 05-Jan-18 17:32:43

Just remember to set up a reminder to cancel the DD otherwise £18 will come out after 6 months.......

prettypaws Fri 05-Jan-18 23:13:25

They now offer these magazines online for free for any library member, although a paper copy is nice.

prettypaws Fri 05-Jan-18 23:14:49

*obviously i don't know if it's nationwide, but certainly in several areas i know of

DrDreReturns Sat 06-Jan-18 10:24:09

£1 a copy is still too much for that rubbish!

Ragwort Sat 06-Jan-18 19:37:37

Does anyone know why the last Editor at Good Housekeeping left so suddenly, her name is Lindsay Nicholson and I loved following her.

Odd that there was no announcement as she had been involved with GH for such a long time.

GH has really gone down hill recently.

TracyBeakerSoYeah Sat 06-Jan-18 20:56:13

@Ragwort , Lindsay became Editorial Director of the National Magazine Company.

Lookingtothehighlands Sun 07-Jan-18 12:58:04

I used to enjoy GH, but there seem to be rewer articles and much less to read these days.

Lookingtothehighlands Sun 07-Jan-18 12:58:20


JT05 Sun 07-Jan-18 18:34:26

I stopped buying GH several years ago, after a lifetime of subscriptions.
I was fed up with it’s content an adverts.
I now buy Landscapes, which has interesting articles and only adverts in a couple of end pages.

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