Sainsbury's Magazine Reviews
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Customer Sainsbury's Magazine Reviews (6)
by - written on 07/03/10 (Very useful, 47 readings)
My mum loves the Sainsburys magazine but I've never picked one up to look at, I was bored sitting in the kitchen the other day though and too many beers the night before meant I couldn't be arsed to walk to the next room and put the tv on so I flicked through it. My immediate thoughts was that it's a bit of a snobby magazine. The people who write the articles try to come across as fun but you can tell by reading that they're money people and that kind of goes with Sainsburys! lol There are loads of recipes in each magazine, I've read 2 issues now and my mum said loads of the new meals we've been eating have come out of the Sainsburys magazine. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/02/10 (Very useful, 26 readings)
The sainsburys magazine is a huge hit for me and I buy it every month without fail full of fabulous food recepies, ideas for dinner parties and cocktail parties, best buys, articles on travel, shopping and health. The price of this magazine is the best bit because for a mere £1.40 this has to be the best magazine of its type for such an incredibly cheap price. Many magazines with similar content will be bordering on the £3-4 mark and so this one cannot be beaten on price or fun and informative articles. Each month there are specific ideas for occassions for example this month they are focusing on pancake day recipies and mothering sunday with ideas ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/06/13 (Very useful, 88 readings)
I don't favour any particular supermarket but I do tend to do most of my shopping in either Sainsbury's or Tesco's, mainly because they both offer reward points and I quite like both of their home delivery services. When I do my shop at Sainsbury's though I always pick up one of their monthly magazines. They are usually situated amongst the other cookery magazines or at the tills. I've even been known to forget that I have already bought the one on show and been very disappointed when I got home to realise I had already read it!! Silly me!! I am currently looking at the June edition (they usually go on sale the previous month so you get Junes in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/02/10, updated on 28/02/10 (Very useful, 68 readings)
I just read my first ever Sainsbury's Magazine. Until now I thought it was merely self-advertising catalogue of Sainsbury's own products and didn't so much as browse through it while shopping. Finally, my husband bought it to me probably to help freshening up my household routine - bless him. I read it nearly cover to cover and concluded it was one of the best women's magazines on the market consisting of not only great recipes made on tight budget, advice on many subjects including health issues, fashion, beauty news and fun ideas but also coupons redeemable with Sainsgury's shopping. All that for only £1.40 an issue. It is very attractive ... Read the complete review
by numberonetry - written on 11/08/10
I have received the Sainsbury's Mag as a subscription gift from various members of my family for the last 4-5 years. I think it is an excellent buy -£1.40, compared to other lifestyle mags. It has abit of 'everything' in it, ranging from Cookery, Dr Mark Porters Health Advice, Recipe's, Home & Beauty, Holidays, Gardening, and lot's and lot's more..oh and last, but by no means least- Coupons! Ok they are usually Sainsbury's coupons, but I find that I can usually redeem around half of them, and the others I pass on to family & friend's along with the magazine. The only gripe I have is the amount of advertising that seems to be in most issues! But yet again compare Read the complete review
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