AllYou.com is the corresponding website that goes with the women's magazine, All You that is published by Time, Inc. and sold at Walmart and at AllYou.com via subscription. The monthly magazine was first published in August 2004. AllYou.com and its magazine counterpart focuses on getting more for your dollar, thus, saving money. Each article on the site and in the magazine offers money-saving or time saving tips, sometimes both. The magazine has developed a community of Reality Checkers, thousands of women who contribute ideas and tips that appear on many of All You’s pages.
AllYou.com is geared toward the everyday woman, mainly who shop at Walmart. The magazine features models wearing clothing sold at Walmart. The magazine also contains stories featuring regular, everyday women of all ages, sizes, and cultures. Themed events are held in Walmart stores across the United States where "brand ambassadors" from the magazine act as "personal shoppers" to assist customers shopping for value. These events are sponsored by the magazine's advertisers. The magazine also sponsors other events aimed at helping modern women.
AllYou.com includes a large number of printable coupons as well as a daily freebies, giveaways, and sweepstakes section. You can access that part of the website here. The magazine offers coupons for you to clip. The website includes an index to help you organize your online coupon clipping. You can print out coupons via AllYou.com here. A weekly e-mailed newsletter titled "All You Deals and Meals" is available from the magazine, which offers subscribers a preview of coupons available in future magazines. You can access the blog at AllYou.com as well as their smart shopping section here. Other sections of the website of interest are "lifestyle", "food", health and fitness, a section related to All You Magazine, and an exclusive video section.
If you have questions about AllYou.com's Daily Free Samples, you can check out the website's Free Sample FAQ for answers to commonly asked questions about the subject. For questions concerning your All You magazine subscription, contact Magazine Customer Service. For general questions, you can contact AllYou.com on their contact page here. To change your address, pay your bill, renew your subscription, or for other pertinent customer service concerns, click here.
AllYou.com was reviewed by TBF. The review states, "These days, everybody and their brother is creating a “budget-conscious” website—and who doesn’t need to save money in this economic climate? That being said, just saying that your site is budget-focused doesn’t mean it offers any real value. So we decided to take a look at one such site—AllYou.com—and see if there are any real budget lessons we can take to the bank.
Review: At first click, AllYou.com looks promising, which it should since it’s the companion site to the new All You magazine, published by Time Inc. It’s pretty, but substance is more our style, so we dug deeper.
Clicking around through the various categories (Food, Budget Home, Diet & Fitness, Style for Less), we found very little that hasn’t already been published 687 times in all those women’s magazines you find in the checkout lane (we’re all about recycling, but this isn’t what we had in mind). Naturally, the “Style for Less” section piqued our interest, but again nothing new. We were perplexed, too, when we hopefully checked out an article titled “Kick up your heels in affordable wedge sandals” only to find that the piece featured pics of three styles, but with no sources, prices, or links to buy. Next.
The one reason to bookmark this site? The coupon section. It’s been eons since we sat down with our Sunday paper and clipped coupons (who has time?), but “clipping” coupons here means simply scanning through the options, checking what you want, and printing. Additionally, there’s a daily savings blog that features additional "clickable" coupons and deals.
The Verdict: A Yea for the coupons and deals, a Nay for everything else.".
AllYou.com has been reviewed and given a 4.7 rating (94%) out of 575 collective reviews at Shespeaks.com. AllYou.com is rated number 2 on the website, overall in magazines. SingleMommyof 2 wrote a 5 star review on the site that states, "I just recently found out about this magazine. I buy issues in Walmart and now subscribe to them, also. I have learned so many money saving tips and the coupons are great! Being a single mom of 2, I have to rely on my coupons so thank you, All You Magazine!".
All You received 2.5 stars based on36 unbiased consumer reviews at Epinions.com. Further, they have been reviewed by Southernsavers.com, who states, "Lots of magazines have a few random coupons each month. But no magazine compares to the amount of manufacturer coupons in All You Magazine! Think of this as another Sunday paper (with different coupons!) that only comes once a month.". All You Magazine
"The Bottom Line
For anyone looking for a lot of coupons in a magazine, All You wins hands down. It is worth the subscription alone in exchange for the coupons and for the quality of coupons that you will receive. If you like magazines and you like to clip coupons, this could be a good match.
- A lot of great coupons.
- Articles are written for value-minded women.
- You can find exclusive All You coupons.
- Great menu planner with affordable meal ideas.
- Subscription price is reasonable.
- I have not found anything negative to say about All You.
Available through subscription or at Walmart.
Designed for value-minded women although it would be helpful to all coupon clippers (regardless of gender).
ALL YOU is owned by Time Inc.
Guide Review - All You Magazine Review
All You is a popular magazine among couponers because it not only features a lot of high-value coupons on good products, but it also has articles and living tips for those who like to live for less.
The articles are seasonal and the tips are realistic and doable. Each month features an, "Ask an Expert" section which is often about sensible ways to save money, although it does cover other areas such as relationships and decorating.
Other features include monthly menu ideas with affordable meal ideas and the recipes are anything but boring. Many of the ideas are made with food that many of us would actually eat and with ingredients that most of us own. Also, along with the meal planner is a helpful grocery list of all of the ingredients in the recipes for you to cut out and take to the store.
More About the Coupons The average coupons each month can differ, but for example:
Example of Coupons:
- May 2011 - $85.32 in coupons
- June 2011 - $91.60 in coupons
- March 2011 - $2 off Butterball Turkey Breast
- April 2011 - $1 off (any) Olivari Olive Oil
- May 2011 - $1 off Marie Callender's Pies
Another great feature is that the coupons distributed throughout the magazine are all listed on the first few pages, within the "Content" section. The list includes the corresponding page that the coupon can be found on.
Also, a pet peeve of mine, is that many coupons inside magazines are poorly placed. ALL YOU does a good job of putting the coupons in places that when cut, do not destroy a good article or recipe idea.
Exclusive Deals All You always has a few exclusive coupons, free items, are super-cheap products featured each month. You can also find their daily "free offer" on the ALL YOU website. Subscription Cost The cost for a subscription changes regularly and it sometimes depends on how long of a subscription you get, but I was able to sign up for a 24-month subscription for $1.66 an issue.
The magazine is also available at Walmart if you do not want a subscription. You can visit the All You Subscription Page for more information. All You is owned by Time Inc."
AllYou.com does not have a Better Business Bureau (BBB) profile. However, their mother company, Time, Inc. does have an accredited BBB profile. Time, Inc. has been a BBB Accredited Business since October 7, 1988. On a scale of A+ to F, The BBB gives them a perfect A+ grade. The BBB has determined that Time, Inc. meets BBB accreditation standards, which include a commitment to make a good faith effort to resolve any consumer complaints. BBB Accredited Businesses pay a fee for accreditation review/monitoring and for support of BBB services to the public.
Factors that raised the rating for Time, Inc. include:
- Length of time Time, Inc. has been operating.
- Complaint volume filed with BBB for business of this size.
- Response to 385 complaints filed against Time, Inc.
- Resolution of complaint(s) filed against Time, Inc.
- The BBB has sufficient background information on Time, Inc.
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All You Magazine prices are listed below.
United States All You Magazine Subscription
- 12 issues of All You Magazine- $19.92
Canadian All You Magazine Subscription
- 12 issues of All You Magazine - $24.97 CAD
- 24 issues of All You Magazine - $49.94 CAD
The coupons in every issue alone pay for your subscription if you were to use many of them.
No Shipping Policy.
Allyou.com accepts the types of debit and credit cards listed below for payment of their magazine subscriptions via their website. The website does not require membership and their newsletter and content is available to the general public free of charge.
- American Express Credit Cards
- Discover Credit Cards
- Mastercard Credit and Debit Cards
- Visa Credit and Debit Cards
Allyou.com also accepts PayPal payments.
Allyou.com Automatic Renewal Program
- You can authorize Allyou.com to charge your credit/debit card for the price and term selected.
- This will lock in the current price of $1.66 per issue.
- If there is an issue with your card, they will bill you in lieu of charging your card.
You can cancel your All You Magazine subscription at any time for any reason by contacting Allyou.com Customer Service. Allyou.com Customer Service can be reached here at Allyou.com's contact page or by telephone at (866) 212-9065. For magazine returns at Walmart, refer to Walmart's return policy. Walmart does not offer returns on magazines even if they are new and unused.
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