Sneak magazine Reviews
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Customer Sneak magazine Reviews (11)
by - written on 03/08/02, updated on 06/08/02 (Very useful, 4785 readings)
Sneak Magazine is quite new, as it's only been around for about 6 months. It is out every Tuesday, and costs 90p. It is available from most newsagents, petrol stations, and stores like Woolworths and Superdrugs. The magazine is full of celebrity exclusives, from TV, music and film. I think this magazine is best suited for teenage girls, because it has has make up and fashion, so boys might not like it. You will be able to spot it by it's brightly coloured front cover, and the Sneak logo, which says 'Sneak gossip to go' on a black background with gold stars. Also on the cover, is the main interview star, which is diferent in every issue, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/04/03, updated on 11/06/05 (Very useful, 2498 readings)
I picked up sneak magazine when it first came out as it was only 90p and i'm partial to the odd piece of Gossip. It?s basically a teen magazine, which isn't just about music. It has style, interviews, and letters and of course made up rubbish like in the newspapers. It really is nothing special but I feel some weird need to buy it every Tuesday without fail. Here is a bit about the magazine etc: CONTENT: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The magazine starts out with 'Sneaks week' which is the past weeks events according to sneak. This usually contains pictures of Celebes doing mad things, fights, split-ups, you get the idea. Running along the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/02/03, updated on 02/02/03 (Very useful, 2165 readings)
Sneak is described as 'gossip to go' and this is certainly what the magasine fits. The magasine is crammed full of celebrities, celebrities at there best, at there worst and most embarrasing moments ever. As A teenager I buy Sneak every week when it is issued at around 95p. I personally buy Sneak at my local newsagents but it is available in many other shops such as Tescos, Superdrugs, Woolworths and petrol stations. Sneak is probably aimed at teenage girls from about 12 to 18 as it has a few make up tips and style tips included in the magasine. How to spot Sneak- Sneak is the size of a normal magasine but you will normally notice a few pictures of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/01/03, updated on 24/01/03 (Very useful, 354 readings)
SNEAK! Is a magazine based mainly for Teenagers but is also great for anyone who wants a real gossip! This magazine has got to be my favourite in the whole world and is out weekly charged at 95p on Tuesday mornings. <<< CONTENTS >>> Well... SNEAK! has many weekly features from Single / Album reviews to Fashion Tips. It aslo has a Guaranteed Gareth, which is a guarantee that SNEAK! shall have a Gareth Gates story every week (which is only good if you like Gareth Gates) but in my opinion is a waste of space! The weekly reviews are helpful as they include Singles, Albums, Movies, & videos, which is really helpful if you want to go and see a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/08/06 (Somewhat useful, 459 readings)
sneak is a good magazine, it has recently had a make over some changes for the better others for the worse. The better changes are probably the layouts and the fashion pages they are much more modern and appealing. The worse are the 'therapy pages' (confesions and worries ect.) have no structure or guidelines in them anymore, there are barely any 'cringes' although i'm not particularly worried about that but some people are, and the collumn woth jodie marsh that was just the watery icing on the cake jodie seems to have made the magazine a little trashy not that i have any problem with her that is just my opinion (sorry Jodie marsh fans). on the whole i know there seems .. Read the complete review
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