I picked up Quilter's Home Magazine today at Borders, along with the newest issue of Cloth Paper Scissors.
When the clerk scanned the magazine, no price popped up. Now, this isn't unusual; I've purchased magazines before and they sometimes need to enter the price. Funny thing was, there wasn't a price anywhere to be found! We carefully checked the barcode, scanned the cover and the back cover, peered closely at the editorial information page. No price listed anywhere!
I think the editorial staff spent so much time fussing over Mark's picture on the cover (BTW, Mark, I think you're a hoot, but not cover-guy material, especially on a quilting magazine) that they forgot some of the important details. Like the price!
The Borders manager kindly gave me the magazine for $2.99, which was nice considering most quilting mags start at about $5.99 (I was astonished at the price of CPS - $7.99!). The only other choices would have been to give it to me for free or not sell it at all. I was happy with the $2.99.