Take the Redbook June Survey and Win $5000

If you have the latest edition of Redbook which is the June subscription consider spending a few minutes taking the online survey and as a reward be entered in the Reader Feedback Sweepstakes and have a chance to win a Grand Prize of $5,000.   There are also second place and runners up prizes which are a $500 American Express Gift Card and a $100 American Express Gift Card.

The actual survey is basically for Redbook magazine subscribers and offers them a chance to express their opinions about the magazine’s content.  The magazine is literally dissected from the cover to all the individual articles and survey takers actually grade each story based on its importance and relevance to them.  It’s a way for the editors and writers of Redbook to receive immediate feedback from their subscribers on how well they’re doing.

Individuals who do not have a subscription to Redbook won’t be allowed to take the survey but can still be entered into the sweepstakes.  There is a limit of one entry per person per survey.  Other participating magazines where eligible entries can be received are Car & Driver, Cosmopolitan, Cosmopolitan for Latinas, Country Living, Elle, Elle Décor, Esquire, Food Network Magazine, Good Housekeeping, Harper’s Bazaar, HGTV Magazine, House Beautiful, Marie Claire, Oprah Magazine, Popular Mechanics, Redbook, Road & Track, Town and Country, Veranda, and Woman’s Day.

The promotional period of this sweepstakes program will run between December 1, 2013 and December 31, 2014.  Participants can enter the sweepstakes only during this time period HERE.

 

 

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  • Cannot enter contest—site won’t scroll down enough to enter name , etc.!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Loved the article on the home in CT. Makes you want some snow and a warm hearth to sit around as well as some well appointed holiday decorations.The remainder of the magazine , for me was not that interesting. I love your magazine, but have to admit it was not up to your usual style!

  • Every time I tried to ener a contest, I got into a survey questioner.
    I have learned not to fill these out as I do not need or want anything
    that I don’t persinally research and seek out myself. These surveys open
    me up to every solicitor in the book, ( pun not intended). No thank you.

    I do like Women’s day Magazine. Nice recipes/beauty tips/fashions etc.
    It helps pass a rainy day like today, but i don’t like to be tricked into buying
    a magazine, or a product by trickery. This is the only complaint I have. Otherwise
    I like all the ideas and information I receive from Women’s Day Magazine.

  • Redbook is designed for the woman of the go. It is a magazine to be read on the back porch in the morning having a cup of coffee. Or relaxing in the afternoon with a glass of wine. The magazine has something for everyone.

    What I would like to see is more articles on:

    1. The trends for woman 66-75.
    2. Clothing for woman 66-75.
    3. Make-up for woman 66-75.
    4. Exercises to remain agile and active.
    5. Medical test we should be aware of when reaching our “Wonder Year’s.”
    6. Mental exercises to keep the mind sharp.

    I feel that the magazine would do an wonderful job in incorporating a segment dedicated to the delights and wonders of growing older in our “Golden Year’s.” The new 60 is the new 50.

    I have just turned 66 and am amazed at the vitality and energy that one has to accomplish tasks to live a full and healthy life. Age is just a number.

  • i could not find anything for the contest of win $5000 for telling us what you love and what you would love to see changed.
    the contest is to be open till 12/2015

  • I WOULD LOVE TO WIN THAT 5000 BEAUSE I NEED IT FOR ALL MY BILLS AND NEVER WIN A STRUGGLE WITH WITH EVERYTHING I DO UNEMPLOYER FOR PERSON REASON AND I M A SINGLE MOM AND HER DAD IS A DEATH BEET DAD THAT DONT GIVE ME ANYTHIING FOR HER I LIKE WOMAN DAY IS MY FAVORITE MAGZINE
    AND THEY SHOULD PUT MORE FOOD RECIPES AND ACRICLES ABOUT TEEN AND BEEN A SINGLE PARENT

  • Love red book for fashions, recipes and good articles

  • Merideth Rollin, Editor in Chief. ? first, what does “redbook? mean?
    In her editorial I would like to complete her observation about 67 % of women wearing a size 14 or above, by noting that 33% are below that size. Regardless, let’s allow for and celebrate our differences. A possible visual goal would be to provide old fashion paper dolls and outfits to cut and arrange; or figures to color in as we plan our wardrobes. i like to think in reading redbook that “I am in good company, no matter what company I am in!”

  • Love the April issue w/ Melissa McCarthy cover,specially the latest fashion for spring,also the newest makeup trend!I tried the sample of shampoo/conditioner from Garnier,I’ hooked!I’ts great in my dry hair.The recipes in you mag is excellent and easy to follow,and love,love,love reading Meliissa;s issue,she’s very funny and down to earth! Thank you. Josie

  • The April Redbook issue is filled with really good ideas, special recommended products, and very interesting articles.

  • I love your magazine. I find that the info. Is timeless and interesting.The only thing I wish you could add is styles for the plus size women. Beautiful shoes for us loveable “softies” would be great. Sincerely G. Rajchel Mile. With.

    • Just received the May copy. Tried to enter the survey on page 9. Lo and behold, your internet tells me it is closed! Closed? I just got the May edition. So here was an opportunity to reply for the June. Well, any chance to tell Redbook that their May copy page 9 is a screw up. Liked the rest of the copy until…….. frustrated with your Sweepstakes instructions. Hearst Communications, Inc. Who is minding the store?

  • I echo Cynthia’s cmments aout older women issues. I applaud Redbook’s use of “real life” models, and I would like to see fashion and beauty for older women. We all don’t need career wardrobe advice and have different make up needs from younger women. Your articles are appropriate for all women.

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