- $18 for a 1-year subscription to Portland Magazine ($39 value)
- Find out the latest happenings around town
- Discover hidden gems and connect with the Portland community
- Promotion Expires March 1, 2014
It’s nice to receive insight into the latest happenings of a city’s arts community, dining establishments and events. DealChicken likes to get home to the barnyard, relax from the stresses of scrambling up deals and sit down to read what’s happening in his town. Here’s the deal: For $18 you can order a $39 one-year subscription to Portland Magazine—a 53% savings! Whether you’re interested in classic Maine stories, interviews, restaurant reviews or local events, Portland Magazine offers a snapshot of your community. Peck up this deal, and you'll be in good company with Portland Magazine's readership of 100,000.
Portland Magazine was founded in 1985 by United States Naval Academy graduate Colin Sargent, himself a playwright, poet and novelist. The magazine serves the people of Maine with revelatory Maine stories, top-flight fiction and interviews with renowned celebrities, such as Stephen King, Patrick Dempsey and David Morse. Portland Magazine, its writers and its publishing designers have received numerous awards and accolades for their work.
$18 for a one-year subscription to Portland Magazine
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Portland Magazine's premiere was a milestone in more ways than one. In October of 1985, the very first issue set a record at Portland News for single-copy sales of a premiere issue. By September of 2004, Portland Magazine's 47% growth had set a New England-wide record.