DiscountMags is now offering a pair of particularly notable price drops on home decor magazines. Starting from just $4.25 per year, we are now tracking some solid price drops on Architectural Digest and Dwell magazine as part of its Deals of the Week. This is a perfect opportunity to either jump in for the first time or extend your existing subscription at a major discount. Head below for all of the details.
Dwell and Architectural Digest start at $20 per year on Amazon right now and are among the best home decor magazines out there, with today’s offers being the lowest prices we can find. Very rarely are these available in the $5 range during our regular weekend sales, but you can score both at some of the best prices we have tracked all year right now:
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Remember, you still have until tonight to get in on this past weekend’s 4 for $16 magazine sale. Be sure to browse through there for some of the best prices of the year if you don’t mind going with a larger bundle.
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Filled to the brim with articles, pictures, and features on both interior and exterior architecture and design, Architectural Digest magazine is a great resource for ideas, inspiration, and entertainment for designers and design enthusiasts. Known for showcasing extravagant homes, Architectural Digest magazine regularly features the homes of the rich and famous, including billionaire bankers, famous actors, musicians, and more. These showcases present the most extravagant and lavish accomplishments in the design world, so the magazine is more of an entertainment source than a resource for people looking to design on a budget.
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