Sainsburys The Magazine Reviews
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Customer Sainsburys The Magazine Reviews (18)
by - written on 11/12/09 (Very useful, 320 readings)
Sainsbury's Magazine is the in-house glossy produced by Sainsbury's, one of the UK's largest retailers and it has this year received the accolade of winning Customer Magazine of the Year from the PPA awards for the third-time. Selling around 300,000 copies a month, this gorgeous A4 glossy has definitely shaped up to be a rival to other lifestyle and foodie magazines in the market. Sold at check-outs of Sainsbury's stores for a reasonable £1.40, the magazine is published monthly and, I believe, appears to be targeted at young 30-somethings (although the magazine would be popular with people of all ages!) with a clear focus on food and recipes. Sainsbury's ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/11/09 (Very useful, 403 readings)
Review of Sainsbury's Magazine. Sainsbury's supermarket produce their own magazine, available in store for £1.40. It is a large glossy type of magazine and as you might expect from a supermarket publication, is very Sainsbury's product and food orientated. The magazine includes lots of articles and features too, on diverse topics such as home decor, fashion, make up, travel and well being. Most issues have a useful amount of money off coupons inside too, only redeemable in Sainsbury's, but usually worth having nevertheless. The copy I am reviewing is the November 2009 issue. The magazine consists of a total of 218 pages. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/08/00, updated on 24/08/00 (Very useful, 107 readings)
This has to be the best value supermarket magazine ever. It is a very well-written informative and entertaining publication which I would be exteremly happy to pay twice or even more the purchase price were I to buy it at a newsagents or book store. The money off coupons are so useful and generous that at times I have returned to the store to buy a second copy! This is such a jolly good read that at times one almost forgets that it is a supermarket publication! I was also lucky enough to win an excellent prize in one of their competitions! Jolly well done Sainsburys! ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/10/09 (Very useful, 101 readings)
This magazine is available for £1.40 from Sainsburys. It comes out every month and generally comes in at just under 200 pages. There are occassional free gifts such as mini packs of food items eg chocolate bars. The Christmas issue generally comes with a recipe calendar for the following year. There is a nice clear contents page with a diagram which indicates the features that were advertised on the front page. the content of the magazine is generally split into a number of sections - great food, everyday easy, features, good living, for you (offers and competitions), and In Every Issue. The actual recipe index is split into the following ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/01/09 (Very useful, 791 readings)
There was a long queue in my local Sainsburys when I went to do my weekly shop a few days ago. Waiting at the checkout I started browsing through the latest issue of Sainsburys magazine to pass the time. The issue is February 2009. I don't think I've ever looked at this magazine before, but as I flicked through the pages I was pleasantly surprised at how colourful and interesting it seemed. There were several articles I wanted to read as well as lots of recipes. When it came to be my turn to get served I added the magazine to my shopping on the conveyorbelt. The price was only £1.40, so I thought why not give it a try and read it in the comfort of my own home ... Read the complete review
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