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About Saga Magazine

What is Saga Magazine?

Saga Magazine is the one of the UK’s most popular magazines, packed with authoritative advice, fabulous ideas, and fascinating features. From our regular experts and commentators – including Paul Lewis, Jeremy Paxman, Dr Mark Porter and Alan Johnson – to real-life experiences and inspirational individuals, we really have got the over-50s covered. For more information about Saga Magazine, download the Saga Magazine media pack (PDF, 9.7MB).

Who owns Saga Magazine?

Saga Magazine is owned by Saga Publishing Limited.

Where can I buy Saga Magazine?

You can purchase the Saga Magazine online, or to speak with one of our team, call: 0800 056 1057.

Can you buy Saga Magazine in shops?

Saga Magazine is available for subscription-only purchases. Delivered free to your door, you can purchase a subscription to Saga Magazine online or you can purchase Saga Magazine over the phone by speaking to one of our team on: 0800 056 1057.

How often does Saga Magazine come out?

Saga Magazine is a monthly Magazine subscription delivered straight to your door, so you’ll never miss an Issue. View the full list of subscriptions offers.

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How can I contact Saga Magazine?

To contact Saga Magazine or to speak with an agent:

About your subscription to Saga Magazine

What are the benefits of being a Saga Magazine subscriber?

There are endless amounts of benefits available to you when you become a Saga Magazine subscriber. As a subscriber you will be entitled to free delivery of your magazine each month as well as access to exclusive customer benefits.

Saga Magazine brings to you an extensive range of material from financial advice, Celebrity interviews, the latest health advice and so much more. Each month you’ll receive amazing articles such as real-life stories, terrific travel ideas from dream destinations to short-city breaks, practical gardening tips and delicious recipes. Plus have fun with brain-teasing crosswords, puzzles and sudoku in each and every issue of the Saga Magazine.

How do I change my address?

Need to change your delivery address for your Saga Magazine? Call and speak to an agent today: 0800 904 7214 (Monday – Friday, 9am - 5pm)

How do I renew my subscription?

You can renew your subscription online today. Or to speak to an agent call: 0800 904 7332 (Monday – Friday, 9am - 5pm).

Why hasn’t my Saga Magazine arrived?

Having a problem with the delivery of your Saga Magazine? Call 0800 904 7214 and an agent will be able to assist you. (Monday – Friday, 9am - 5pm). Or to speak with an agent out of hours email us at:

How do I phone Saga Magazine?

To phone Saga Magazine and speak with an agent you can call (Monday – Friday, 9am - 5pm):

  • For renewals: 0800 904 7332
  • To subscribe call: 0800 056 1057
  • Or for general enquires call: 0800 904 7214

You can also contact Saga Magazine by email at

Can I buy a gift subscription?

Want to send a gift of the Saga Magazine that lasts all year round? Go online today and treat someone special or call one of our dedicated agents today: 0800 056 1057. For general enquires call: 0800 904 7214 (Monday – Friday, 9am - 5pm).

How can I cancel my subscription?

To cancel your subscription to Saga Magazine call: 0800 904 7214 (Monday – Friday, 9am - 5pm).

What is the circulation of Saga Magazine?

Saga Magazine has a circulation of 213,401 print subscribers. To find out more, download the Saga Magazine media pack (PDF, 9.7MB).

Who can I speak to about advertising in Saga Magazine or on the website?

To speak with a member of the team simply contact:

  • Fraser Whitby, Advertising Account Manager
  • Rupert Patterson-Ward, Advertising Account Manager


The opinions expressed are those of the author and are not held by Saga unless specifically stated.

The material is for general information only and does not constitute investment, tax, legal, medical or other form of advice. You should not rely on this information to make (or refrain from making) any decisions. Always obtain independent, professional advice for your own particular situation.