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Ireland's Own magazine

Ireland's Own Magazine Information

  • Language:English
  • Country Of Origin:IRELAND
  • Frequency:Weekly
  • Current Issue:Issue 50 (12 in stock)
  • Next Issue:Issue 51, due 14 December 2018
  • Barcode:9770021095255
  • ISSN:00210951
  • Related Topics: Rest of the World , Current Affairs , Regional Lifestyle
  • Issues per Year52

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4 out of 5 (43 Reviews / 51 Votes)

Ireland's Own magazine specializes in traditional stories, lightweight content, uncontroversial family content, jokes, puzzles, riddles, recipes and lots more. Buy a single copy or subscription to Ireland's Own magazine.

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About Ireland's Own Magazine Subscription

It is still the longest running magazine in Ireland and its first copy was published on 26th November, 1902. It came at a price of just one penny. It is a general magazine and its readers are of all age groups. They can thoroughly enjoy themselves while reading the magazine.

Ireland's Own magazine specializes in traditional stories, lightweight content, uncontroversial family content, jokes, puzzles, riddles, recipes and lots more. Though many people think that Ireland's Own magazine is still in the old fashion manner but, for some readers it simply reminds them about the fun they had in their good old days.

Are you thinking what makes this weekly magazine so popular? Its old-fashioned and non-glossy look makes it stand out on the book stalls. It is a non political and fully family oriented magazine. More than 50,000 copies of Ireland's Own are sold on weekly basis, giving complete rivalry to their modern glossy competitors. Ireland's Own is the best magazine to read if one is interested in knowing about the complete and detailed history of Ireland's culture and traditional values.

Customer Reviews

5 star    18
4 star    3
3 star    30
2 star    0
1 star    0
Average rating:
51 votes

Primrose - 13 June 2018

Ireland's Own

l bought this for my uncle and he simply raves about it looks forward to it's delivery every week.

Christine - 29 September 2017

Ireland's Own

The person I purchase this for looks forward to receiving the magazine each week

Nora - 29 September 2017

Ireland's Own

The person I purchase this magazine for as a gift loves it!

Elizabeth - 14 May 2017

Ireland's Own

It has a wide variety of articles about many different parts of Ireland.

Frank - 05 April 2017

Ireland's Own

A legendary publication, hope its here forever

Maura - 07 March 2017

Ireland's Own

Full of so much stories, a great mixture for all age groups, I just love it.

MARGARET - 05 March 2017

Ireland's Own

look forward to reading every thing in Irelands own

David - 14 February 2017

Ireland's Own

It is great being able to get a local magazine from N.Ireland on our door step in Scotland.

ELIZABETH - 11 February 2017

Ireland's Own

I enjoy the magazine. It is different from any we have in the US.

John - 05 November 2016

Ireland's Own

Enjoyable interesting magazine with Interesting facts in every issue. We Enjoy joke page with grandchildren. All family can read this magazine

Elizabeth - 11 October 2016

Ireland's Own

I enjoy the variety of articles.

Tessa - 18 September 2016

Ireland's Own

I love it as it's not like the usual magazine full of celebrities and fashion.

Elizabeth - 10 July 2016

Ireland's Own

I like the wide variety of articles in the magazine.

ELIZABETH - 27 March 2016

Ireland's Own

I enjoy the magazine. Its quite different from our magazines in the US

Elizabeth - 06 February 2016

Ireland's Own

My Mother likes reading stories about Ireland from 1920-1960.

Frank - Leitrim 23 January 2016

Ireland's Own

Ireland's Own is so reliable with down to earth stories for young and old,delighted too with Unique Magazines for supplying it in its original paper format,all the best for 2016.

Shaun - 20 December 2015

Ireland's Own

Have read this for years and love reading it and passing it on to others

Annie - 01 June 2015

Ireland's Own

My Mum and Dad love this magazine.

Bridie - 26 March 2015

Ireland's Own

Excellent magazine , we read every page

Marie - 06 October 2014

Ireland's Own

I buy it for my mother's friend in America and she loves it because it is a part of home for her

Susan - 20 September 2014

Ireland's Own

We have been reading this magazine for years. It keeps us in touch with Ireland, the issues are topical and interesting. Stories are good, plus the children's are,puzzles etc.

Bridie - 20 August 2014

Ireland's Own

A special magazine, itgives almost everyone something they like and a good read

paul - 29 May 2014

Ireland's Own

fantastic superb magazine....just love it as do all of my extended family

alison - 12 May 2014

Ireland's Own

very informative im english but absolutely love everything ireland

Shaun - 15 March 2014

Ireland's Own

my family have read this magazine for many years and have always found it to be enjoyable

alison - 10 March 2014

Ireland's Own

I like Irelands own because simply put even though I myself am English,i absolutely love everything Ireland from the stunning westlife to the gorgeous father kevin in father ted

Helen - 28 January 2014

Ireland's Own

Informative and interesting stories.

Julie - 10 December 2013

Ireland's Own

bought this as a gift for my mother she has always enjoyed the articles in IO

Pat - 02 November 2013

Ireland's Own

A good read for all the family whatever the age

Beverley - 15 October 2013

Ireland's Own

Dad is from Tipperary and he used to get it sent over to him hit and miss, but now he has it weekly on his doorstep - loves it!

pauline - 17 February 2013

Ireland's Own

Reminds me of Ireland, where I have spent many happy holidays.

jennifer - 10 February 2013

Ireland's Own

This was bought for my Mum and she is absolutely delighted with it and looks forward to it being delivered to the comfort of her own home each week.

THERESA - 03 February 2013

Ireland's Own

I subscribe to this magazine for my mother, she is 84 years old and really enjoys reading Irelands Own every week.

Veronica - 28 January 2013

Ireland's Own

I buy it for my Mother. She enjoys reading all parts of it and especially the stories on a Saturday morning.

imelda - 22 January 2013

Ireland's Own

i purchased this for my mum who loves this magazine. She is in her eighties and now resides in a residential home

Elizabeth - 20 December 2012

Ireland's Own

I love this magazine as it has lots of wonderful reading. I have found many really interesting articles and think the section for children is great and a rare thing in these times. Thank you to all concerned.

MAIRE - 20 December 2012

Ireland's Own


Jean - 06 November 2012

Ireland's Own

we like the down to earth approach and the local items which appear ie discuss places we know

Michael - 06 November 2012

Ireland's Own

Traditional, wide appeal & timeless application!!

Martin - 01 November 2012

Ireland's Own

Great for reading when having a cuppa during the day

David - 29 October 2012

Ireland's Own

Reminds me of home

lyndon - 16 September 2012

Ireland's Own

Great magazine excellent stories.

Caroline - 22 January 2012

Ireland's Own

The magazne itself is excellent - my Granny reads it from cover to cover every week and is delightd with it.

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