Good Housekeeping magazine – 5 issues for £5!

Good Housekeeping is Britain’s most read women’s magazine, read on to find out why…

When was the last time you took a moment just for yourself? In our ever-changing world, nothing beats sitting down with a cup of tea and taking some time to relax and read your favourite magazine.

So why not subscribe to Good Housekeeping this summer and rediscover the joys of ‘me time’?

You can get 5 issues of Good Housekeeping magazine for just £5 when you subscribe in their summer sale today, and in case you need any more convincing, here are a few facts about Good Housekeeping you might not know…

  • Good Housekeeping was founded in 1885, making it one of the world’s longest running women’s lifestyle magazines
  • You probably already know that Good Housekeeping magazine has brand new recipes in every issue, but did you know that each recipe is triple-tested in the Good Housekeeping kitchens before it makes it into the magazine? This makes Good Housekeeping recipes fool-proof, as long as you follow the recipe…
  • Good Housekeeping is all about inspiring women, its recent cover stars include Michelle Obama, Emma Thompson, Judie Dench and Joanna Lumley – to name a few!
  • Good Housekeeping is Britain’s most trusted consumer champion. With each product review backed by the research of the Good Housekeeping Institute, you can believe it if you read it in Good Housekeeping
  • Good Housekeeping’s health advice is backed by a leading expert from the Good Housekeeping Health Watch team; you’ll find no crackpot theories or bad medicine here
  • Good Housekeeping in Britain’s most-read women’s magazine.



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2nd Jul 2019
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I would have had the 5 issues of Good Housekeeping magazine for £5 but do not like it when they have auto renewal after the five months. I have had bad experiences previously trying to cancel auto renewals.

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