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I have been searching for months for where to buy Burda magazine but I have had absolutly no luck! I have bought a few issues off of eBay, but they usually go for around $20 which is a lot for a magazine, and while I would love a subscription, I would rather just buy a few issues separatly first. I live in the Dallas area and am willing to drive to get one. Does anyone know where I can find them? Thank you!


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    Mar 31, 2011, 04.24 AMby jenss-1

    I’m not sure where to buy single copies, but you can get a subscription for as little as 3 issues at GLP news:http://www.glpnews.com/en/Crafts/Burda1.html

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    Apr 2, 2011, 08.17 PMby fashionqueen920

    thank you!

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    Apr 19, 2011, 05.27 PMby shelley .

    Maybe a sewing shop could order them for you.

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    Jun 19, 2012, 01.59 PMby wowandflutter

    Hello! Does anyone know where to buy the mag in Paris??? Merci!

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    Jul 11, 2012, 11.49 PMby purplefan

    @wowandflutter-if you are wanting an English copy of BurdaStyle, find out the names of big bookstores or ones that just deal with English books and magazines. Who runs most of the airport newspaper kiosks and travel shops in France? Name is LS Travel Retail North America here, but it’s part of Lagardere Services-the Relay stores are part of its company. http://www.lagardere.com/businesses/lagardere-services-1006.html

    If you want to order online, but it seems the editions are French-only, there is this French site:http://www.coudre-broder-tricoter.com/mburda/navigation/listetendance.htm

    BurdaStyle offers a way to get non-german subscriptions through this contact form:http://www.burdastyle.de/abo/burdastyle/13/language/

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    Jul 18, 2012, 10.16 PMby emgoh

    Just a thought – if you locate a bookstore in your area that does or will carry the Burdas you want, ask if they will hold a copy for you each month. My local shop only gets two issues each month (they’ve asked for more but are told no!?). Another woman in town and I have our names on their list for first shot at them when they arrive.

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    Jul 19, 2012, 01.13 AMby purplefan

    If one can read other languages, check delicatessans that cater to those languages-you might find a Burda Style that way. Mind you, there may be 2-3 copies only. I have noticed that the German delis that carry the English versions have cut back on stock in the past two years-if one does not buy soon after a new issue hits the street/shops, one is out of luck probably for good.

    Failing that, in the US one has Ebay or the distributor as last resorts for back issues.

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    Jul 19, 2012, 05.41 PMby emgoh

    I am decluttering my art and sewing supplies and getting rid of a lot to make room for working on the projects I really want to do. I’m going through my stash of Burdas and a lot of Japanese sewing books that I realize I just wont use and am putting them up for sale (I’m keeping the cost down because I just want them to go to someone who really wants them so all the Burdas will be $10 USD each plus shipping). Not sure if it is okay to post this here, but if anyone is interested, visit the Etsy site and my store name is ordinaryisboring. :)

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