Looking for Father’s Day gifts for men who love to read? Next Issue will let Dad peruse his favorite magazines – all of them, in fact – every month, for one low price.
He can read magazines on his tablet or smartphone and even store multiple issues of his favorite magazines. Here are 10 of the dozens of popular magazines that your dad might enjoy from Next Issue.
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This Old House
The do-it-yourself dad would enjoy reading up on home and garden repair and improvement topics in This Old House. He might also want to check out Do It Yourself magazine. Recent This Old House articles include “74 Thrifty Upgrades,” “57 Fresh Ideas for Outdoor Living” and “No Fail Roses.”
National Geographic seems like it’s been around forever, delivering pictures of gorgeous scenery and descriptions of far-off places that most of us probably won’t ever visit. It’s a relaxing way for Dad to spend some downtime. The magazine recently featured articles on the living princesses of Nepal and dolphins returned to the wild after living in captivity.
Yes, even the weekly news stalwart Time Magazine comes with Next Issue’s Premium plan. Dad can read in-depth news coverage from around the world in Time. Current time articles include topics such as digital dating, prescription painkiller addiction and the “Truth About Gluten.”
If Dad likes to roll up his sleeves and make, build or fix mechanical things, he’ll love perusing Popular Mechanics every month on Next Issue. Recent articles tell readers how to set up the ultimate home workshop, get started in welding and build a tabletop robot.
Many dads love catching up on sporting news and reading intensive coverage of all things sports in Sports Illustrated. This weekly publication is included with Next Issue’s Premium plan. There’s also a monthly children’s version of Sports Illustrated to share with the kids or grandkids!
Golf or Golf Digest
I realize I’ve crammed two into this listing, but if Dad loves all things golf, he’ll probably want to check out both Golf and Golf Digest on Next Issue. Recent Golf Digest headlines include “4 Tips to Dustin Distance” and “Birdies in a Bottle.”
Anyone who loves science will enjoy reading Popular Science’s articles. Recent articles describe government spy planes, stem cell therapies and the future of energy.
Dad can learn more about men’s nutrition, sports, fitness and more, plus read about general lifestyle issues. For example, the magazine’s current issue includes arm exercises from Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, tips to look younger and “The Best Steak You’ve Never Tasted.”
PC Magazine delivers regular advice, how-to articles and reviews to help Dad get the most out of his computers, smartphones, home entertainment and other tech gear.
The title Bloomsburg Businessweek is really a misnomer, since this fantastic magazine covers a whole lot more than just business topics. Recent articles include “Inside the Charm School for NFL Rookies,” “Who’s Murdering Thousands of Chickens in South Carolina?” and “Pharma Execs Don’t Know Why Anyone Is Upset by a $94,500 Miracle Cure.”
Using this link, you can get a special 60-day free trial of Next Issue’s Premium plan (regularly $14.99 per month) for Dad, Grandpa or yourself! The plan auto-renews, but you can cancel anytime since there’s no commitment.
The Next Issue’s service provides back issues of magazines, too, so Dad can create his own library of his favorite magazine content and keep it with him all the time. Next Issue’s $9.99/month basic plan includes monthly magazines, while Next Issue’s Premium plan covers all the monthlies and weeklies.
What are you planning to get for Dad for Father’s Day?
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