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Better Homes & Gardens Print Magazine

Better Homes & Gardens Print Magazine


(8 customer reviews)
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May 15, 2009


Meredith Corporation

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8 reviews for Better Homes & Gardens Print Magazine

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  1. Damaris

    Having read BHG magazines and books in the past, I was elated to get this subscription at such a low price. “There has to be a catch!” I thought… There is. This subscription has little to no content in the magazine. Instead, you are paying $5 for little more than a barage of advertising. I’m not exaggerating when I say this actually felt like it was 90% ads. I feel so duped and disappointed. This has nothing to do with the BHG magazines I’ve purchased in the past.

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  2. Jessica P

    While understanding this magazine will contain ads in it, I didn’t expect the large mass of ads in this! This magazine is called better home’s and gardens I’ve subscribed to this magazine because I was hoping for garden ideas. Nothing but maybe a 2 page insert about what type of mulch to use, if that. The rest is just pictures of houses with no ideas, just look how pretty this house is. ugh. I’m happy I got this for almost nothing as I would’ve been so mad! Please look at it at the checkout at the grocery store and see if it’s for you. They should change their title!

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  3. Ken W

    Magazine is sent frequently. Introduction subscription price is a great value. Magazine though containing interesting articles is very downsized and contains way fewer articles and columns than in previous years; it was shocking that the hard copy would be reduced to this limited level. Such a respected magazine happy it is still in print.

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  4. Gloria

    I use to love this magazine but I’m not sure whats going on with it recently. There are so many ads (like usual for a magazine) but really I feel like they have increased the number of ads and decreased the number of interesting articles. Once in a while I like a article but the print or pictures are so small (in my 30’s so no I’m not old with failing eyesight) and I feel like they cut the article short and put tons of ads in its place. I also am not personally that interested in the pages and pages of recipes. I want to see the homes, I want to get ideas, I want to see if I can achieve that…but I don’t feel like that anymore. Also I am really, really disappointed lately with the with the “I did it” section (use to be the last page of mag but now put it in the middle). There use to be really cool diy stuff now it’s “I put a desk out and some holders from ikea wow look what i did”…not impressive anymore. There are cooler things you can find on Pinterest. Sorry not resubscribing.

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  5. LucyNYC49

    I read a copy of this magazine while in a waiting room. I remember when the magazine was a little stuffy quite awhile ago, and I was surprised to see how fresh, inspiring and charming it had become. The current editor is fabulous. It is everything I want in this type of magazine, and I keep meaning to email the editor about how fab I think the magazine is. For me, there is a place between cheesey and overly grand in interior design where I want to live, and this magazine captures it beautifully. I am so enjoying my subscription.

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  6. Daphne B.

    Got my magazine and great buy for the price, but then I started getting two other magazines that I did not pay for. The only way I could have gotten them is through Amazon. Needless to say when my subscription is up on BF&G I won’t be renewing. And the magazines are not ones I would ever subscribe too none the less!

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  7. Denise Dee

    I’ve always enjoyed having an “easy read” magazine around the house. I can flip through it while watching TV, etc.
    I have subscribed to several Amazon magazine deals, and have had no problem turning off the “auto subscribe” choice. We’ll see if I have the same luck here.
    The only reason this didn’t get 5 stars was because this mag has a lot of info for parents & about kids. I’m retired, so it doesn’t apply to me.

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  8. Mr Anderson

    I realize they are trying to make money and offer a decent price for customers, but the latest issue has about 109 total pages of advertisements. Most of the other “articles” are just large photos and a few talking points about the headline for the page. The only good part is that the main front cover topic (Autumn related ideas) had no advertisements through 24 pages. The bad part, it was near the back of the magazine.

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