A few months ago we started looking more closely at our budget. Being online much of the day, surfing blogs and online magazines, we decided we could forgo spending money on magazines. However, every so often we just can't resist the urge... when we see them for sale at incredibly inexpensive prices.
Where do we find them for less than the price of a cup of coffee?
Our go-to place is actually our local library, where they sell them for between 50 cents and a buck. (Some branches also sell books -- the most we've ever paid has been $3, and we've scored some great finds.)
However, our latest stash of magazines (six, including August and September issues of Domino and Real Simple) came from thrift shops. We paid a grand total of $2.50.