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David Attenborough's LIFE Free with the Daily Mail Each Saturday

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Here's another fantastic free DVD series comprising seven fantastic Life DVDs narrated by David Attenborough. Simply buy the Daily Mail on Saturday September 11 to claim your first DVD in the serie… Read More
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Here's another fantastic free DVD series comprising seven fantastic Life DVDs narrated by David Attenborough.
Simply buy the Daily Mail on Saturday September 11 to claim your first DVD in the series; Disc 1, Challenges of Life - Reptiles and Amphibians.

Pick up your 1st DVD with the Daily Mail on Saturday September 11
This disc Introduces you to the extraordinary things animals and plants must do in order to survive and reproduce.

Witness some truly amazing sights, all captured at 1,000 frames per second: capuchin monkeys smashing open palm nuts with stone ‘hammers’; hippos launching themselves from the water into the air; and chameleons stealing prey from a spider’s web.

You will also sprint with cheetahs as they band together to tackle ostriches; watch dolphins form perfect rings of silt to trap fish; and swim with a seal as it struggles to escape attacking killer whales in the freezing waters of Antarctica.


Plus look out for your free A3 glossy wildlife poster in Weekend Magazine this Saturday and in the Daily Mail on Monday September 13 you'll find full details of how to claim a further six A3 wildlife posters to complete your collection

How To Claim Your DVD Series

A Voucher will be printed in the Daily Mail and The Mail on Sunday every day from Saturday September 11 up to Friday September 16. Simply cut out the Voucher printed each day and take it to your nearest Tesco, WHSmith or Eason store* and you will be given that day's DVD.

Or you can collect four differently dated tokens and send them to an address we will publish later, with a cheque for £5.99, and we will send you the entire collection of seven DVDs to you by post. The first token will be printed in the paper on Saturday September 11. Alternatively, you can collect four Daily Mail/Mail on Sunday mastheads (this is the logo which appears on the front page of the paper).

We will also give you the chance to apply for a fabulous presentation case to keep your DVDs safe - look out next week for details.

*Excludes airport and outlet centre stores. Not available in ROI


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/prmts/article-1310085/Pick-free-David-Attenborough-DVD-series.html#ixzz0z8LOMCJN

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#1
Not really 'Free' though is it unless you already buy the daily mail
2 Likes #2
mubod
Not really 'Free' though is it unless you already buy the daily mail

It's not listed as a freebie? It's FREE with the Daily Mail on Saturday as stated in the title, no where states it's Free totally. Hope that helps.
3 Likes #3
It is going to end up costing a lot though.
You will need to buy a porn mag to hide the Mail in just in case somebody sees you carrying it! :-)

Heat added.
#4
Saw the ad on telly,looks a great dvd series and FREE.....thank you Adam2050.:D
#5
If I'm reading it right, then the DVD is free every day, not every Saturday.

But as others have said, I'm not sure even a great series such as this justifies the purchase of the Mail...

Edited By: Degeneratemoo on Sep 10, 2010 15:29: ?!
#6
Degeneratemoo
If I'm reading it right, then the DVD is free every day, not every Saturday.But as others have said, I'm not sure even a great series such as this justifies the purchase of the Mail...

Hmm if thats true its a lot cheaper then initially seen. If you buy the paper obviously its a better deal.
#7
Degeneratemoo
But as others have said, I'm not sure even a great series such as this justifies the purchase of the Mail...


Have to agree with ya there buddy! Maybe its their attempt to encourage young people to do something productive instead of mugging old women like all young people do...
#8
there's 7 DVDs in all to be collected, must be worth around £10.
1 Like #9
Gr1zz1y89
Have to agree with ya there buddy! Maybe its their attempt to encourage young people to do something productive instead of mugging old women like all young people do...


Like recycle their waste paper?
#10
How much is the paper on Saturday?
#11
How much does the Daily Mail cost per day?
#12
Details from the daily mail website

A Voucher will be printed in the Daily Mail and The Mail on Sunday every day from Saturday September 11 up to Friday September 16. Simply cut out the Voucher printed each day and take it to your nearest Tesco, WHSmith or Eason store* and you will be given that day's DVD.

Or you can collect four differently dated tokens and send them to an address we will publish later, with a cheque for £5.99, and we will send you the entire collection of seven DVDs to you by post. The first token will be printed in the paper on Saturday September 11. Alternatively, you can collect four Daily Mail/Mail on Sunday mastheads (this is the logo which appears on the front page of the paper).

We will also give you the chance to apply for a fabulous presentation case to keep your DVDs safe - look out next week for details.
1 Like #13
If my sums are correct, the total cost of the papers will be £4.80, plus you need to factor in travel time and costs to WH Smith or Tesco every day.

The damage to your self-esteem incurred by buying the HateMail seven days in a row, however, is incalculable.
#14
If my information is correct, the paper is 50p Monday to Friday, 80p on Saturday and £1.50 on Sunday. I wouldn't take this as gospel, though...
1 Like #15
It's made by the BBC, it should be free anyway considering the ridiculous license fee we all pay...
Got the HD version from BT anyway ;) .

Edited By: jukkie on Sep 10, 2010 17:02: ....
#16
cheers
#17
Spod
It is going to end up costing a lot though. You will need to buy a porn mag to hide the Mail in just in case somebody sees you carrying it! :-)Heat added.

lol
#18
jukkie
It's made by the BBC, it should be free anyway considering the ridiculous license fee we all pay...
Got the HD version from BT anyway ;) .


Ridiculous license fee? For the luxury to be able to watch one of the best programmes in the world without advertising?! Well, but that's a different topic...
#19
Great episodes. Seen them all. Teaches you quite a bit. We must do our part for the wild animals that roam this great spinning marble.
banned#20
Hot
#21
I tried watching this in standard def the other day and it made my eyes water through straining.. Suggest you tight **** gits go out and buy a bd player and enjoy some quality HD tv!!! Lol...
#22
andlet
jukkie
It's made by the BBC, it should be free anyway considering the ridiculous license fee we all pay...
Got the HD version from BT anyway ;) .


Ridiculous license fee? For the luxury to be able to watch one of the best programmes in the world without advertising?! Well, but that's a different topic...


The licence fee is a joke. It's an old fashioned tax. The BBC should go the advertising route like all the other independent channels, they all seem to be able to produce some fine tv viewing and make a healthy profit too. For the licence cost we don't get a say on what they spend it on, it should have been scrapped years ago.
#23
Daily Mail are evil.

Nuff said.
#24
andlet
jukkie
It's made by the BBC, it should be free anyway considering the ridiculous license fee we all pay...Got the HD version from BT anyway ;) .
Ridiculous license fee? For the luxury to be able to watch one of the best programmes in the world without advertising?! Well, but that's a different topic...
Yes, it's a superb program, but why should we spend money to obtain something that, essentially, we've already paid for?
As far as I'm concerned, we should be able to download this straight from the BBC.

Edited By: jukkie on Sep 10, 2010 23:20: ....
#25
I believe @ the large Tesco stores,you don't even need the voucher to be handed over to collect the DVD,as the DVD is in the front of the newspaper rack / stand.I have even not bought the paper and taken the disc through the till, with the rest of my shop,with no questions asked!!
I presume lots of customers don't want the disc,so others who do, are welcome to take one coz it is not worth being seen to upset the customer.
#26
sput2001
The damage to your self-esteem incurred by buying the HateMail seven days in a row, however, is incalculable.


Brilliant
#27
Absolutely excellent series, I just wish they would find someone else to do the voice over; the sound of David Attenborough's voice makes my flesh creep!

dodoegg1
sput2001
The damage to your self-esteem incurred by buying the HateMail seven days in a row, however, is incalculable.


Brilliant


And, undoubtedly, reading the HateMail will cause (or cure) cancer!
#28
Nothing in life is free!
#29
dinglebin
I tried watching this in standard def the other day and it made my eyes water through straining.. Suggest you tight **** gits go out and buy a bd player and enjoy some quality HD tv!!! Lol...


True dat.
#30
such a rubbish paper as quality of content goes but they always have great dvd giveaways. hot
#31
I know you get it free when you buy the paper or possibly not even buy the paper in robinok's case...
robinok
I believe @ the large Tesco stores,you don't even need the voucher to be handed over to collect the DVD,as the DVD is in the front of the newspaper rack / stand.I have even not bought the paper and taken the disc through the till, with the rest of my shop,with no questions asked!!
but surely this is better viewed in HD/Blu-Ray?
Still hot from me.

Edited By: Blasphemous on Sep 11, 2010 12:02: .
#32
Gil_Grissom
Nothing in life is free!


Well, you could download it from a torrent site for free (assuming you already have unlimited broadband and a USB stick!)
I do not condone downloading but if the BBC are giving it away free then I suppose downloading it may be the lesser of two evils, as you wouldn't have to buy the Daily Wail.
#33
sput2001
If my sums are correct, the total cost of the papers will be £4.80, plus you need to factor in travel time and costs to WH Smith or Tesco every day.

The damage to your self-esteem incurred by buying the HateMail seven days in a row, however, is incalculable.

Lol very true would want those evil enough to produce such crap to profit from me' either
#34
nice. my nan has subscribed to the mail for like 3 months so il b having this :D!
#35
great series, but the paper is a tory rag.
#36
PancakeUK
great series, but the paper is a tory rag.


That's an insult, even to the Tories.
The Mail is not much short of National Front propaganda these days.
#37
Hi, has the address to send the vouchers off been printed yet? If so can someone put it on here, or put it on here when it is printed. I have enough vouchers, but I'm going away for a few days tomorrow and haven't seen the address yet.

Thanks!
#38
Yes please if any one has the address, can you let us know as I have vouchers but I missed Fridays paper with the address!
Thanks
#39
Is it to late to but it? ive got all the tokens but ive moved house and i have just found all the tokens and i would really like to buy the whole set for my partner.......
#40
Why have I not recieved my DVDs I applied for on 18th september

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