ESQUIRE Magazine Subscription

ESQUIRE

Esquire is designed as a forum for men in today's American society. This upscale lifestyle magazine for professional 30-to-49-year-old men offers readers information about the latest trends and fashions, as well as personality profiles, and articles about the arts, politics and the media.


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Listed prices effective from September 25, 2016 to October 1, 2016.
Print Edition
10 issues: $54.89
$8.00
or just $0.80 / issue
save $46.89 off the newsstand price
Print Edition
20 issues: $109.78
$16.00
or just $0.80 / issue
save $93.78 off the newsstand price
Print Edition
30 issues: $164.67
$36.00
or just $1.20 / issue
save $128.67 off the newsstand price
Digital Edition
10 issues: $54.89
$19.99
or just $2.00 / issue
save $34.90 off the newsstand price

Customer Reviews

    • Rating
    Solid, entertaining, informative for both guys and gals

    I subscribed to Esquire for my husband, but find I read it much more than he does! I think the writers 'give great article', and it's not overly saturated with advertisements; while it has them - they are sharp and fresh.

    At less than a dollar an issue, I am very pleased with this purchase.

    • Rating
    Among My Favorite Magazines...

    I recently "trimmed" my magazine purchases...down to two: Esquire and GQ. I put them both in a similar category: interesting articles, often irreverent...informative and entertaining. Of the half dozen magazines that were delivered to me in the past year, only these two were opened as soon as they arrived...the others would just lie there for days or more. I highly recommend Esquire...to any man with an interest in all things masculine.

    • Rating
    One of the Best

    Esquire is the only magazine I subscribe to. The pictures are nice, the articles are even better, covering a range of topics from fashion, women, politics, to current events, social issues, and more! It definitely tries to target a more sophisticated audience than its rival magazines, GQ & Details. Plus, you can never go wrong with Chuck Klosterman, whose almost-monthly contributions alone make this magazine a worthy subscription.

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