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Free AA Road Atlas 2011, 80 A3 Pages (rrp £6.99) With Saturday's Daily Telegraph £1.90

£1.90 @ Telegraph
Claim your free 80-page, A3 road atlas only with The Telegraph on Saturday - perfect for spring breaks in the UK and Ireland. Worth £6.99, this atlas features Britain’s clearest mapping, with great …
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Claim your free 80-page, A3 road atlas only with The Telegraph on Saturday - perfect for spring breaks in the UK and Ireland.
Worth £6.99, this atlas features Britain’s clearest mapping, with great annotation and a full index. The maps have a scale of 1:250,000 (3.95 miles to 1 inch). There is also a section on 8,000 places to visit in Britain and Ireland.
How to claim
Take the coupon printed in Saturday's Telegraph to your nearest Waterstone's to redeem.
Alternatively, follow the instructions in paper and have the atlas sent to you for a small sum.
Terms and conditions apply, offer available while stocks last.
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#1
needs to be in freebies really
#2
janz70
needs to be in freebies really

Not really as you have to pay for the paper
[helper]#3
Good deal - my current road atlas is falling to bits or covered with kids muddy footprints - and its always handy to have a road atlas to make sure your sat nav is taking you the right way.....

Thanks for posting - heat added


Edited By: gari189 on Mar 25, 2011 12:48
#4
cheers. should come in handy.
#5
How much is the paper please...?
#6
brumblesmum
How much is the paper please...?


Top right hand side of the original post, as is usual on HUKD ;-)
#7
8)JUST NOT A SAT NAV IS IT!
1 Like #8
Definition of Sat Nav.

For those who cannot read a map. Also don't mind driving down inappropriate roads and taking detours 8)

Edited By: siadwel on Mar 26, 2011 10:36
1 Like #9
Think I'd rather buy the atlas for the inflated RRP than be seen with a Daily Telegraph.
#10
so you'd rather pay £6.99 instead of £1.90? you do know this is a site to save you money?
#11
nicster08
so you'd rather pay £6.99 instead of £1.90? you do know this is a site to save you money?

Yes and yes.
#12
I have seen this in various places including petrol stations and supermarkets for around the £2 mark, so you don't have to have the embrassment of buying the telegraph if you don't want to! Having said that this is a pretty good deal as I quite like the Telegraph crossword so I might just go for it!
#13
Hot. Good paper Daily Telegraph,much better than the comic press.
#14
has anyone bought the paper yet, just wanted to know when the voucher expires
#15
janz70
needs to be in freebies really

I can't believe that this comment comes in every week!!! You have to buy the paper!!!
#16
Voucher is valid at waterstones today only. I'm not bothering going into town just for this.
The austin reed free scarfs had all gone in 5 minutes.

Or you can buy the paper and send off the voucher with £2.95.
Or you can buy it from here for £3.50.
http://timesbooks.tbpcontrol.co.uk/TBP.Direct/PurchaseProduct/OrderProduct/CustomerSelectProduct/FullProductDetail.aspx?d=timesbooks&s=C&r=10000414&ui=0&bc=0&productId=16507759&backURL=%2ftbp.direct%2fcustomeraccesscontrol%2fhome.aspx%3fd%3dtimesbooks%26s%3dC%26r%3d10000414%26ui%3d0%26bc%3d0%26collection%3d10700851

No vote from me.
#17
£1.90 is about the going rate for the atlas, never pay the rrp. Petrol stations, the works etc will be knocking these out as cheap as this.
1 Like #18
cant believe they charge £1.90 for a newspaper
#19
kentc81
cant believe they charge £1.90 for a newspaper
+1 :|
#20
kentc81
cant believe they charge £1.90 for a newspaper


And they say newspaper sales are declining...why on earth might that be?!!
#21
kentc81
cant believe they charge £1.90 for a newspaper

Have you seen the size of the paper?
Each one requires a small tree :)
#22
Ajibee
brumblesmum
How much is the paper please...?

Top right hand side of the original post, as is usual on HUKD ;-)

Thankyou x

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