Celebrates Mardi Gras with Discounted Magazine Subscriptions

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Mardi Gras, French for "Fat Tuesday," is the final day of the three-day festival known as Carnival, which occurs immediately before Lent. To celebrate this year's Mardi Gras festivities, Internet retailer is featuring food, wine and travel magazines at up to 90 percent off cover prices.

While Mardi Gras's origins lie in religion, today the holiday is widely celebrated and known as a time for rowdy merrymaking. New Orleans is the most well-known location in the U.S. for Mardi Gras celebrations, which include parades, masquerade balls and public street parties.

To mark the boisterous holiday, is featuring travel, food and wine magazines at significantly discounted cover prices.

For the adventurer: Whether you are planning a trip to New Orleans's French Quarter or your next vacation, find travel secrets from the pros in travel magazines like Conde Nast Traveler, Budget Travel and Travel & Leisure to plan your next great adventure.

An important part of the tradition of Mardi Gras is the rich flavors of the food.

For the Foodie: Gourmet, Cooking with Paula Deen, Bon Appétit, Everyday with Rachael Ray, Food & Wine, Vegetarian Times, Taste of Home, Cooking Light and Martha Stewart Living.

For the Wine Connoisseur: Wine Spectator magazine covers everything in the world of wine from new legislation affecting wine, research, vintage charts, a glossary of wine terms and food-pairing advice.

About is a privately-held company based in Franklin, Tenn. Major investors in are Anderson Media, one of the top U.S. wholesale distributors of magazines, music, books, and videos and Time Inc., publisher of People, Sports Illustrated and Time magazines.

With more than 1,900 titles available, offers people a fun, easy way to discover new magazines and helps them track subscriptions. is the leading independent agent selling subscriptions, serving customers online at and by telephone at 800-MAGAZINES (800-624-2946.)

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