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CHEAP Dennis Publishing magazine subscriptions

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9y, 1m agoFound 9 years, 1 month ago
Subscriptions for various Dennis magazines such as Auto Express, Evo, Maxim, PCPro, Viz, MacUser and others from only £1.00.

Once subscribed, just cancel the direct debit when the trial period and resubscribe from Magazinedeals.co.uk to receive more issues for £1.
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#1
Some of these magazines (PC Pro for example) are full of adverts (which I guess is why they can afford to make these offers) and thin on content, and the content and reviews that are there can often be found online anyway. I have taken advantage of these offers in the past and end up fealing guilty that the magazine very quickly ends up in the recycling bin.
#2
erics
Some of these magazines (PC Pro for example) are full of adverts (which I guess is why they can afford to make these offers) and thin on content, and the content and reviews that are there can often be found online anyway. I have taken advantage of these offers in the past and end up fealing guilty that the magazine very quickly ends up in the recycling bin.


I guess that may well be the case with a couple of these magazines, but I wouldn't call Evo thin on content for example. I'm sure plenty of people will find this deal useful.
#3
I have had subscriptions from Dennis Publishing for years. As soon as one of these subscriptions finish i start another one. But you must remember to cancel the direct debit as soon as it has been taken.
Evo magazine is certainly a good read,it is a big publication ,with alot of reviews and tests. Auto Express is also a good read.
#4
jpieter
I have had subscriptions from Dennis Publishing for years. As soon as one of these subscriptions finish i start another one. But you must remember to cancel the direct debit as soon as it has been taken.
Evo magazine is certainly a good read,it is a big publication ,with alot of reviews and tests. Auto Express is also a good read.


I agree, I get Evo, Auto Express, and Maxim and just cancel and resubscribe. You get sent a password with your magazine that gives you access to subsinfo.co.uk where you can manage your subscriptions.
#5
I really want to do one of these type of subscriptions but I am worried it will be hard to cancel. Can anyone recommend it?

EDIT: After reading the other thread about the itrip I was gutted to have missed out on that but I have just subscribed to Maxim and we will see what happens from now.
#6
Sematic
I really want to do one of these type of subscriptions but I am worried it will be hard to cancel. Can anyone recommend it?

EDIT: After reading the other thread about the itrip I was gutted to have missed out on that but I have just subscribed to Maxim and we will see what happens from now.


Its easy to cancel, you can do it through cancelling the Direct debit, or cancel using the website subsinfo.co.uk using the password supplied on the address label of the magazine.
#7
k, so after I receive the first one I can cancel and still receive the next 2?
#8
Sometimes, when I subscribe to the same magazine after a trial, they charge the new subscription at full price i.e. £8.97/quarter instead of £1/quarter. This is probably because they have my details already and you're not allowed more than one free trial per year or per person....not sure which exactly.
Does anyone have any tips to keep getting these 3 for a £1 trials one after the other? I can only think of changing email addresses for the new subscription!!
#9
voted hot and rep added!!
#10
erics
Some of these magazines (PC Pro for example) are full of adverts (which I guess is why they can afford to make these offers) and thin on content, and the content and reviews that are there can often be found online anyway. I have taken advantage of these offers in the past and end up fealing guilty that the magazine very quickly ends up in the recycling bin.


I too accepted the offer of 3 issues for £1 and subscribed to Marie Claire. When the magazine arrived, the advert pages choked the life of the news and editorial pages. In fact, I cancelled the subscription after the second issue and like you, the magazines were quick to go in the recycling bin. Didn't even think it was worth giving them to my doctor's surgery.

Delicious magazine is worth a try but be warned, some of the recipes have ingredients which may not be easy to find in small towns/villages.
#11
So do we unsubscribe straight away after we receive the first issue? I've subscribed for trials with MacUser and What Hi-fi so far.
#12
Worth checking Quidco, you may be able to get cashback on some of these magazines.

I get EVO but never cancelled my sub, great for reading on the bog!:oops:

Currently have one of their 5* cars. :)
#13
You can cancel the direct debit at any time during the subscription, on their subscription management website subsinfo.co.uk you are told the dates when the next direct debit will be taken, and as long as you cancel before then thats no problem. I've been subscribing using this website for over a year now with no problems, I just cancel and resubscribe. Never had to change my address or email address or bank details at all!

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