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12 Issues of Radio Times For £1 @ BBC Subscriptions £1.00

£1.00 @ BBC Magazine Subscriptions
It's here again. Click the link and sign up for 12 issues for £1.If the link is showing anything different to 12 issues for £1,then enter code RTD11127 in the promo code box.If you can't get it to w…
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5y, 11m agoFound 5 years, 11 months ago
It's here again.
Click the link and sign up for 12 issues for £1.If the link is showing anything different to 12 issues for £1,then enter code RTD11127 in the promo code box.If you can't get it to work online,if you phone the bbc subscriptions,the code will be accepted and they will sign you up at 12 issues for £1 followed by £22.99 every 26 issues,unless you cancel.


Additional info added:After clicking link,if you require another region other than that shown,then choose from the drop down box,then ensure you allow the page to reload before moving to the next page as it may default back to original region and/or default back to 4 issues for £1,if it does,just play around till you get your region and enter the code above to get the offer back.
Anybody concerned about cancelling,don't,simply cancelling the dd with your bank is suffice,although informing the beeb by email is a courtesy.

Edited to add:This code and link is now expired,however,many thanks to SirHugo for supplying another code for our use RTD41145.
Direct link http://www.bbcsubscriptions.com/tv-guide-shows/radio-times?offer=RTD41145&countryCode=GBR

Also i would like to thank dildil,who,unbeknown to me,had updated my previous posted code on another thread with the code i first posted on this thread.Kudos.
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#1
thanks dont use tv guides now but ordered just for the read at that price :)
#2
Great deal..... just signed up..... if this does not go mega hot, there is something majorly wrong in this world of ours ........ Thank you :-)))
#3
Thanks OP ;)
#5
Thank you very much; I was hoping a deal would be around when my subscription was up and you have done the trick.:)
#6

No,it's not,you just have trouble reading.This deal is for 12 issues for £1,the other deal,which is also one i posted,a while back,is 8 issues for £1.

Edited By: bazr on Mar 29, 2011 12:41
#8
Brill. Been waiting for this deal to crop up again - just missed the last one. :{
#9
still waiting to receive anything from the last one i signed up to a few weeks ago.
#10
so you can cancel straight after the £1 is taken?
#11
tfish
so you can cancel straight after the £1 is taken?


Yes, they even notify you when they take the £1 payment, which is a good reminder. ;)
#12
usually you just cancel the direct debit and that should do it.

thanks for the link
#13
MuscleFlex
usually you just cancel the direct debit and that should do it.

thanks for the link

Are you seriously suggesting that it's a good idea to cancel the DD and not formally advise the company you have signed a contract with?!

You are going to catch a cold one day.
#14
ORDERED THANKS
#15
thanks great deal
#16
Excellent ! Ordred - many thanks. Hot.
#17
Thank you very much! x
#18
Having a bit of this!!
#19
Thanx! Im in!>......:)
#20
i presume its £1.00 for 12 issues and not £1.00 per issue??
#21
pot_belly
MuscleFlex
usually you just cancel the direct debit and that should do it.

thanks for the link


Are you seriously suggesting that it's a good idea to cancel the DD and not formally advise the company you have signed a contract with?!

You are going to catch a cold one day.



I have had loads of these deals in fact I have the 8 issues and the 12 issues running at the moment.They are even delivered to the same address.I hasten to add one is for the mother in-law.
I have only ever canceled the direct debit in the past.
#22
rieriej
i presume its £1.00 for 12 issues and not £1.00 per issue??

Yes,1 whole english pound for 12 big fat issues of Radio Times delivered to your door every Tuesday.
#23
Thanks, I always sign up for this deal - 3rd time !
#24
PiratePete
pot_belly
MuscleFlex
usually you just cancel the direct debit and that should do it.

thanks for the link

Are you seriously suggesting that it's a good idea to cancel the DD and not formally advise the company you have signed a contract with?!

You are going to catch a cold one day.


I have had loads of these deals in fact I have the 8 issues and the 12 issues running at the moment.They are even delivered to the same address.I hasten to add one is for the mother in-law.
I have only ever canceled the direct debit in the past.

I actually think that's very good advice, most people would rely on cancelling the DD as a de facto notification of cancellation but to avoid any arguments it's prudent to comply with the cancellation terms and conditions. Anyway thanks v much for the post.
#25
great deal thanks 8)
#26
brilliant deal.
i did this 3 times last year
#27
Chexcellent deal! :) Hot!

I bought this over Xmas. Problem was that I don't use them, and so the effort of constantly rotating the current version of the Radio Times and removing the plastic packaging before recycling was too much like hard work! Haha!
#28
can you have this delivered to a differnt address as i want to do this for my folks but i can only see an option for the billing address and not delivery address?
#29
can you not just use the buy as a gift tab, you can still use the code.

dishpig79
can you have this delivered to a differnt address as i want to do this for my folks but i can only see an option for the billing address and not delivery address?
#30
dishpig79
can you have this delivered to a differnt address as i want to do this for my folks but i can only see an option for the billing address and not delivery address?


Yes - you have to buy it as a 'Gift' - middle tab on the linked page.
#31
Cheers OP :-)
1 Like #32
thanks for posting i left this code on your other post last week lol ;)

Edited By: dildil on Mar 29, 2011 21:34
#33
pot_belly
MuscleFlex
usually you just cancel the direct debit and that should do it.

thanks for the link


Are you seriously suggesting that it's a good idea to cancel the DD and not formally advise the company you have signed a contract with?!

You are going to catch a cold one day.


What are you on pot_belly?! I must have done this around a dozen times with zero issues on any occasion. With the ability to cancel DD's online now (via bank account) this gives YOU the control YOU need to manage YOUR account! Quit scaremongering pal!
#34
antonio1
PiratePete
pot_belly
MuscleFlex
usually you just cancel the direct debit and that should do it.

thanks for the link


Are you seriously suggesting that it's a good idea to cancel the DD and not formally advise the company you have signed a contract with?!

You are going to catch a cold one day.



I have had loads of these deals in fact I have the 8 issues and the 12 issues running at the moment.They are even delivered to the same address.I hasten to add one is for the mother in-law.
I have only ever canceled the direct debit in the past.


I actually think that's very good advice, most people would rely on cancelling the DD as a de facto notification of cancellation but to avoid any arguments it's prudent to comply with the cancellation terms and conditions. Anyway thanks v much for the post.



...apart from the T&C on the website don't actually mention cancellation so just cancelling the DD will suffice in this instance.

Ordered and heat!
#35
Brewer
pot_belly
MuscleFlex
usually you just cancel the direct debit and that should do it.

thanks for the link

Are you seriously suggesting that it's a good idea to cancel the DD and not formally advise the company you have signed a contract with?!

You are going to catch a cold one day.

What are you on pot_belly?! I must have done this around a dozen times with zero issues on any occasion. With the ability to cancel DD's online now (via bank account) this gives YOU the control YOU need to manage YOUR account! Quit scaremongering pal!

Yes you can cancel a direct debit but in the vast majority of contracts this does not consitute correct advice of your wish to terminate. It doesn't worry me if you choose to ignore my advice and get chased for arrears 6 months later. You then ignore the chaser (because you are feckless) and find your credit rating compromised. It's up to you though.
1 Like #36
pot_belly
Brewer
pot_belly
MuscleFlex
usually you just cancel the direct debit and that should do it.

thanks for the link


Are you seriously suggesting that it's a good idea to cancel the DD and not formally advise the company you have signed a contract with?!

You are going to catch a cold one day.


What are you on pot_belly?! I must have done this around a dozen times with zero issues on any occasion. With the ability to cancel DD's online now (via bank account) this gives YOU the control YOU need to manage YOUR account! Quit scaremongering pal!


Yes you can cancel a direct debit but in the vast majority of contracts this does not consitute correct advice of your wish to terminate. It doesn't worry me if you choose to ignore my advice and get chased for arrears 6 months later. You then ignore the chaser (because you are feckless) and find your credit rating compromised. It's up to you though.



AND as i said, you aren't in any contract.
#37
jrw
pot_belly
Brewer
pot_belly
MuscleFlex
usually you just cancel the direct debit and that should do it.

thanks for the link

Are you seriously suggesting that it's a good idea to cancel the DD and not formally advise the company you have signed a contract with?!

You are going to catch a cold one day.

What are you on pot_belly?! I must have done this around a dozen times with zero issues on any occasion. With the ability to cancel DD's online now (via bank account) this gives YOU the control YOU need to manage YOUR account! Quit scaremongering pal!

Yes you can cancel a direct debit but in the vast majority of contracts this does not consitute correct advice of your wish to terminate. It doesn't worry me if you choose to ignore my advice and get chased for arrears 6 months later. You then ignore the chaser (because you are feckless) and find your credit rating compromised. It's up to you though.


AND as i said, you aren't in any contract.

Do you understand what, in law, a contract is? Anyway small print says:

"Your statusBy placing an order through our site, you warrant that:
you are legally capable of entering into binding contracts; "
#38
pot_belly
jrw
pot_belly
Brewer
pot_belly
MuscleFlex
usually you just cancel the direct debit and that should do it.

thanks for the link


Are you seriously suggesting that it's a good idea to cancel the DD and not formally advise the company you have signed a contract with?!

You are going to catch a cold one day.


What are you on pot_belly?! I must have done this around a dozen times with zero issues on any occasion. With the ability to cancel DD's online now (via bank account) this gives YOU the control YOU need to manage YOUR account! Quit scaremongering pal!


Yes you can cancel a direct debit but in the vast majority of contracts this does not consitute correct advice of your wish to terminate. It doesn't worry me if you choose to ignore my advice and get chased for arrears 6 months later. You then ignore the chaser (because you are feckless) and find your credit rating compromised. It's up to you though.



AND as i said, you aren't in any contract.


Do you understand what, in law, a contract is? Anyway small print says:

"Your statusBy placing an order through our site, you warrant that:
you are legally capable of entering into binding contracts; "


Yes thanks....
#39
Codes not working today - any ideas?
2 Likes #40
cowboyzs
Codes not working today - any ideas?


Looks like the posted deal has expired. However...

Start with THIS link http://www.bbcsubscriptions.com/radiotimes

and enter this new code RTD41145

This will give you the 12 issues for a £1 again, but a slightly dearer long term subscription price of £24.99 every six months if you wish to continue.

I'd imagine most folks are just in it for the 12 issues though (_;)

SirHugo :{

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