Reader's Digest Magazine


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Published Monthly  12 issues per year

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About Reader's Digest

First published in 1922, the magazine is ideal for even the busiest people, as it is dedicated to providing information that will help simplify and enrich its readers' lives. Every issue includes inspirational stories about everything from real-life drama and other human interest accounts to helpful household tips and practical everyday advice.

Additional content is organized around the following sections: "Voices & Views," a collection of essays and advice from well-known writers and cultural icons, as well as a featured interview; "Art of Living," a roundup of useful advice that spans health, food, home, technology, and money topics; and "Who Knew?," which covers fascinating and offbeat news items, "As Seen on TV" product reviews, and excerpts from books published by the Reader's Digest Association. Popular features long associated with Reader's Digest include: "Life in These United States," "All in a Day's Work," and "Humor in Uniform," amusing reader-submitted stories based on experiences in daily life, at work, or in the military, respectively; "Laughter, the Best Medicine," a collection of assorted jokes and one-liners; "Word Power," a vocabulary test intended to boost brain power; and "Quotable Quotes," profound, funny, or otherwise memorable observations and words of wisdom.

The magazine publishes its annual "Best of America" tribute in July, and may occasionally devote other special issues during the year to general culture and health topics. As one of the most popular magazines in America, almost anyone would enjoy a Reader's Digest magazine subscription!
Issues per Year: 12
Estimated Delivery: 6-8 Weeks
Publishing Frequency: Monthly
Publisher Name: Reiman Publications, Inc.

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Reader's Digest Magazine Subscription Video Review


I’m TV and radio personality Patricia Lopez.

Reader’s Digest magazine has been a fixture on coffee tables for decades and yes, it’s still around and it’s still relevant, even winning the National Magazine Award for general excellence a few years ago, one of the top awards in the magazine industry.

If you think it’s too wholesome or conservative, I’m here to tell you to look beyond these stereotypes.

Reader’s Digest is full of stories you can’t find anywhere else in one place, like profiles on average citizens that risk their lives to save others or people overcoming extreme obstacles to reach an honorable dream. It’s a great change of pace from the standard pop-culture and celebrity news and you’ll get to read about real people who are everyday heroes.

Another reason to love Reader’s Digest is the content isn’t always serious. There are lighthearted quotes, comics and anecdotes sprinkled throughout the magazine that remind me us to laugh. Not to mention the frequent upbeat cover stories like The World’s Dumbest Criminals, Celebrities, Lawsuits and more.

It may sound nerdy, but the Word Power quiz is also pretty entertaining. It’s a simple thing but so much fun. Where else would learn the definition of the noun trug? (FYI - It’s a shallow basket, in case you were wondering.)

It’s also a true digest and the advice is practical, not sensational. There are no overwhelming lists like "30 ways to cook healthy" or "20 ways to lose 10 pounds" here. This magazine has plenty of advice and tips, like insurance polices you don’t need, or secrets of emergency rooms

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Customer Reviews


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  • Engaging articles (3)
  • Up-to-date content (3)
  • Well written articles (3)


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      Reader's Digest

      This magazine has gone way too ad-heavy. The subscription price is outrageous for the content. With so many ads in the magazine, the price should be much less.

      This magazine has gone way too ad-heavy. The subscription price is outrageous for the content. With so many ads in the magazine, the price should be much less.


      Most Liked Negative Review


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      Whoever decided to change the format of Reader's Digest a few years ago should be fired! What was once a great magazine is now absolutely awful. I miss the old Readers Digest and so ...Read complete review

      Whoever decided to change the format of Reader's Digest a few years ago should be fired! What was once a great magazine is now absolutely awful. I miss the old Readers Digest and so do my friends. Bring it back. Please! I have let my subscription expire.

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      Enjoyable Read

      By Boo

      from Washington state

      About Me Casual Reader


      • Engaging Articles
      • Funny
      • Up-To-Date Content
      • Well Written Articles


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        • Enjoyable For Any Age
        • To Relax
        • Travel Reading

        I have always enjoyed the Reader's Digest. Over the years the look of the magazine has really changed, but it is still a joy to read. So many different articles covering various topics, the jokes and everyday life. A good bathroom reader. :-)

        (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)


        The Gift that Keeps on Giving

        By It's all about the dogs

        from Albuquerque NM

        About Me Everyday Reader


        • Appeals to all ages
        • Engaging Articles
        • Great Size For Toting
        • Read By Everyone
        • Up-To-Date Content
        • Well Written Articles


          Best Uses

          • Older Readers
          • Visitors Love To Read
          • Younger Readers

          WE enjoy the content and variety of RD. It's also a great size for travel, and without exception, everyone who comes to visit enjoys reading it, no matter what age or walk of life. The articles are interesting and short. The only criicism is the multitude of advertisements, which seem to take up almost 1/2 of the issue. I realize you need those to keep our costs low, so maybe more content to counterbalance the many ads.


          why do we not get 12 issues any more?

          By sue

          from nashville tn

          About Me Everyday Reader


          • Engaging Articles
          • Favorite Read
          • Up-To-Date Content
          • Well Written Articles


          • Lacks Content
          • Too Many Ads
          • Very Few Articles

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          • Great On Trips And Dr Vi
          • Older Readers
          • Waiting room reading

          I have been reading reader's digest of over 50 yrs. I also got the condensed books and summer weekly reader. We would take 2 issues at christmas to make table trees. Now it would take about 8 for same effect. Why do we not get 12 issues anymore? You wanted to cut corners but what you have done is gotten greedy and now losing customers. I am thinking of doing the same thing when my subscriptions are over.


          Always entertaining

          By Debo

          from Miami

          This magazine is a good value. There are human interest stories, all kinds of humor and helpful hints. It seems to be written by regular people for regular people.


          Reader's Digest

          By Thelm

          from CA

          Great magazine, old time favorite, still going strong. Great article, info, comics and stories.


          Reader's Digest

          By Book Lover

          from Wisconsin

          I have been reading Reader's digest since I was a young child. I was a bit of a nerd and skipped to all the jokes, and then did the vocabulary test, but as an adult I appreciate all of the helpful hints, uplifting, and eye opening articles that are offered in this wonderful magazine.


          fun gift idea

          By t

          from north carolina

          overall fun and conversation stater

          (1 of 3 customers found this review helpful)


          Very Informative

          By Cat

          from Montrose

          I ordered for my aunt in large print who is 87 years old, she was thrilled. I've had a subscription for years and have always enjoyed most of the articles

          (2 of 4 customers found this review helpful)


          Large Print

          By Cat

          from Pennsylvania

          I bought this for a relative who turned 87 this year, she had a problem seeing and was thrilled. She always read this magazine and was grateful for the large print.

          (3 of 6 customers found this review helpful)


          Reader's Digest subscription

          By engineer

          from AL

          mag is great, provides a lot of information on different subjects. Hate be told I will be automatic enrolled.

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