saga magazine

We've changed ... because you've changed

Introducing the iconic magazine for the over-50s

Welcome to the new-look Saga Magazine

Britain’s best-selling monthly subscription magazine has a radical revamp from this month. Why not check it out and see why it’s Britain’s favourite read for lively, smart and outgoing people over 50. From how to manage your money to inspiring travel ideas; and from funny reads to cutting edge health news – it’s just what you need to navigate later life!

Take a look inside...

Every month you'll...

Be informed

Saga Magazine has articles on everything from the latest health advice to invaluable financial news from our experts Paul Lewis and Annie Shaw, plus money-saving tips.

Be inspired

There are amazing real-life stories, terrific travel ideas from dream destinations to short city-breaks, practical gardening tips and delicious recipes, plus style advice for grown-ups.

Be entertained

Enjoy in-depth celebrity interviews, our columnists’ wry take on life and two brain-teasing £100 prize crosswords. Plus coverage of not-to-be-missed events, the arts, music, film, TV and books.


Great value for money

Subscribe online today and enjoy 12 issues for just £12.


Free delivery

Every issue is delivered direct to your door at no extra cost.


Exclusive subscriber-only offers

Save £££s with our range of fantastic discounts every month.

A word from our new contributors...

Renowned financial journalist Paul Lewis gives money-saving advice and expert analysis of the big issues affecting readers. He also presents BBC Radio 4’s Money Box.


Paul Lewis

Saga Magazine's money expert

She’s a comedy star, acclaimed scriptwriter and regular on everything from QI to Have I Got News for You. Now Jo Brand reveals her warm, wise (and still amusing) side as our new agony aunt.


Jo Brand

Saga Magazine's Agony Aunt

As one of the country's best-known GPs, with 26 years' experience in practice, Dr Mark Porter gives his expert opinion on any health issue, from a sprained wrist to chronic disease.


Bill Bailey

Saga Magazine's new columnist

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