Chat Women's Magazine Reviews
Product Type: IPC magazines & newspapers
Description:Cheeky, fun and irreverent, Chat promises a weekly jamboree-bag of stories from the poignant to the potty.
Newest Review: ... at a price of 86p which I think is great value for money. I am currently reviewing the 6th June issue. Real life stories ... more
Customer Chat Women's Magazine Reviews (16)
by - written on 15/11/09 (Very useful, 64 readings)
I purchased lots of magazines recently to take to Spain with me and 'Chat' was one of the magazines that caught my eye. The main reason I purchased it was because the front page was filled with lots of gory stories and the headlines really jumped out at me. This magazine is available to purchase each week for 75p which is the same price as 'Take A Break' who are probably their more similar rival. There are lots of photographs to back up the stories which is always good as I like the real life aspect to these magazines. The front of the magazine is very eye catching with lots of depressing headlines. Sometimes I find these headlines to be misleading ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/04/09 (Very useful, 135 readings)
Every Thursday Chat magazine appears on the newsagents shelves. It costs 78p and has around 77 pages. The first thing you will notice is a bright front page telling you what is in this weeks issue mostly real life stories. Open up to the next page, dont worry I am not going to do this page by page, and it tells you exactly what is in the magazine under five headings. Cover Stories, more true stories, 18 prize puzzles, your favourites and Bit on the side. Also on this page is Chat to us where you get paid £25 for pictures used and a short message from Gilly Sinclair who is the Editor. The puzzles of which there are 18 usually ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/11/08 (Very useful, 1728 readings)
Chat magazine comes out every Thursday and it costs 78p (what a bargain). The magazine is full of real life stories and there are lots of competitions for you to enter. Being honest I don't always buy this magazine I normally buy it about once a month as I buy Take a break which is a similar magazine most weeks instead. On the first couple pages of the magazine it has photo that people have sent in whether it's there claim to fame by having a picture taken with a celebrity or a photo that they love. For every photo that gets printed the person gets £25. Throughout the magazine there is lots of real life stories some I find really ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/05/08 (Very useful, 101 readings)
Well, I buy this magazine every Thursday, so I decided to write a review about it. So here goes. A SHORT INTRODUCTION ----------------------------------- IPC, are the company that own chat, although I do believe that they did buy it from another company. IPC run a number of magazines which include: What's on TV, Now, Marie Claire, In Style, Woman & Home, Ideal Home, Loaded, Nuts, NME, Wallpaper*, Country Life, The Field, Rugby World, Practical Boat Owner, Pick Me Up, TV easy plus many more. Chat is the best selling Magazine that they do at the moment. Chat is released once a week on a Thursday. They also do Summer specials and Christmas ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/07/09 (Very useful, 69 readings)
Chat magazine i's IPC media's women's weekly real life type magazine. It costs 78p per issue and is very widely available from newsagents, supermarkets, trainstations and any other retailers selling magazines. The price is marked on the cover so you will pay 78p wherever you buy the magazine from - even a motorway services! A new issue comes out every Thursday and the tag line promises us 'Real Stories! Real Value!' The fact that these two phrases aren't real sentences doesn't bother me at all, honestly! The cover of chat magazine is very busy and features headlines and pictures for 7 or 8 different real life stories. These often go for shock value, bad puns ... Read the complete review
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