Mamasource: Highlights, Hello or High Five magazine just $1.58 per issue (over 60% off, GREAT gift idea)

by Melody on January 27, 2013


Mamasource has an AMAZING deal right now on Highlights magazine: Snag a one-year subscription to one of their three publications for kids for just $19.  This is up to 60% off the cover price and just $1.58 per issue!  I have never seen this magazine go this low.

A few holiday seasons ago, my aunt bought our then 2-year old a subscription to Highlights High Five magazine as a gift.  I was really excited about the idea, but little did I know how great it would turn out to be.  Do you remember reading Highlights as a kid?  This is just as fun and engaging, but geared toward the younger set.

Every month, it’s like getting a brand new book in the mail.  Not only is our son excited just to get mail at all, he goes crazy over this magazine.  We read them over and over and over until they end up falling apart.  Each magazine has super cute stories, puzzles, matching activities, Spanish/English stories, a kid-friendly recipe and much more.  Everything is perfectly geared towards the age group it is aimed at, which is 2-6.

I know this is not our typical free or super cheap magazine subscription, but I truly think paying less than $2 per month for the equivalent to a brand-new book is totally worth it.  My kids love to read as it is, but we are always looking for new stuff that will capture their attention without breaking the bank.

Click here to order, click the “Buy Now” button and choose your subscription.  You will receive a voucher code that can then be redeemed for your subscription of choice.  Limit 3 per person, but may buy more as gifts.

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Jessica January 28, 2013 at 4:11 pm

We have 2 kids…would you buy one or 2 subscriptions?


Melody January 28, 2013 at 6:59 pm

We have 2 kids as well, 2 and 4. Our 4-year old is the one who gets really excited about the magazine and reads through it all first. Our 2-year old will sit and read it with us, but they don’t necessarily fight over it. I would say if your kids are a little younger (like mine), one is just fine. If they are older and you think they might argue over who gets it first thing out of the gate, 2 might not be a bad idea. There are some games and puzzles in each one that they might not want to share.


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