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Urban Farm Magazine Only $4.50 Per Year (Gardening Tips, How-To Projects & More!)

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If you’re looking for ideas and tips for becoming more self-sufficient, then you may want to snatch up this magazine subscription. Through tonight at 11:59PM EST, head on over to to snag a one year subscription to Urban Farm Magazine for only $4.50 per year (regularly $15!) when you enter the code HIP2SAVE at checkout.

This magazine offers up articles on how-to projects, gardening basics, composting, beekeeping, roof-top gardening, preserving and freezing, and time and money-saving ideas.

This offer is available to new subscribers, is valid for renewals, and can be sent as a gift. To send a gift subscription, add the magazine to your cart and begin the checkout process. During checkout step 2, you will be able to change the address for each one of your subscriptions if you wish, and you will also have the option of sending an E-Card to the recipient with a gift message. The E-Card is sent by e-mail once payment has been completed; the purchase price will not be shown.

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  • CouponMama says:

    I got this subscription last time it was on sale for this price and LOVE IT! Some of the stuff is a little “over the top” for me but mostly the magazine is full of practical ways to be more environmentally friendly in creative and fun ways.

    • Holly says:

      I agree wholeheartedly!! When I get a new issue I read it and try to convince my husband that we NEED honey bees or goats or whatever other interesting thing there is a story on.

  • lynne says:

    Excited to try this mag! We’ve wanted to add more variety to our garden and mom’s just brought over the old canner. Thanks for the heads up on this one! :)

  • Lindsey D says:

    I get this! Great magazine!

  • Amanda R says:

    My Mom is going to LOVE this! Oh, thank you Collin & all the lovely people that gather here to share this great mix of frugality & generosity!
    I first tried this through ebates which gives 26% cash back (today anyway, I am new to ebates also thanks to HIP. You cannot use the HIP2SAVE code with a cash back option, but it let me use the code through UPromise, which gives 25% back in a college savings account for the little ones (but adults can save for themselves, too.)

  • Niki says:

    Hi There,
    I entered the code this morning, and only received a $3 discount. Is the $4.50 subscription promo over?

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