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New Scientist magazine for just £99.00 (was £149) for a year via New Scientist

£99.00 @ New Scientist Magazine
If you buy their regular subscription package, it's anywhere from £37.50-£44 a quarter depending on where you look (or around £149 a year from various 3rd party sites) However, this encoded link ta… Read More
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If you buy their regular subscription package, it's anywhere from £37.50-£44 a quarter depending on where you look (or around £149 a year from various 3rd party sites)

However, this encoded link takes you to a subscription page where you can get an annual Print+Web subscription for just £99.

Added benefit: payment is by credit card, so there's no direct debit to worry about having to cancel.

Note: you can also specify a different delivery address if you're intending the subscription as a gift.
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#1
Love this magazine, heat from me but this sort of deal won't be appreciated on here I'm afraid. 99% of the people on here wouldn't understand any of the content in this publication. Put a lads mag on here or a girls mag and it always goes hot for some reason, even though they are all rubbish.


Edited By: djh1975 on Dec 11, 2014 23:17
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Shame, it's a great magazine. Been reading it for years. And it's hard to find cheap!
#3
The credit card payment says it is annually, so actually it may be harder to cancel than a direct debit.
Good price for a good publication though
#4
my brother used to subscribe this many years ago. Always interesting articles.
Heat added
#5
The digital version is available free of charge via some local libraries. Shropshire/Telford certainly offer this. Not knocking this deal for those who want the printed version though.
#6
What part of science are you most interested in? I'm most interested in the search for exoplanets. It will get very interesting as we get more powerful telescopes in the next few years. I really hope we find intelligent life as there isn't much sign of it on this planet.
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djh1975
Love this magazine, heat from me but this sort of deal won't be appreciated on here I'm afraid. 99% of the people on here wouldn't understand any of the content in this publication.

I feel unworthy to be in your presence. Even though I was reading the magazine before you were born.
#8
rdwarr
djh1975
Love this magazine, heat from me but this sort of deal won't be appreciated on here I'm afraid. 99% of the people on here wouldn't understand any of the content in this publication.

I feel unworthy to be in your presence. Even though I was reading the magazine before you were born.
We are both in the 1%.
#9
Love the magazine but when I had a subscription I couldn't read them fast enough and I had a huge backlog. I'll subscribe again when I retire in 35 years or so
#10
I access the digital online edition of this for free through my local library online. They have a magazine subscription where you can read loads of different magazines online for free. Not all libraries offer this facility but many do. Once you have downloaded them you can keep them electronically for as long as you want.
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djh1975
What part of science are you most interested in? I'm most interested in the search for exoplanets. It will get very interesting as we get more powerful telescopes in the next few years. I really hope we find intelligent life as there isn't much sign of it on this planet.
http://dingo.care2.com/cards/flash/5409/galaxy.swf:)
#12
Great magazine, my library at work has subscription. Rare example of scientific publication covering topics deep enough to be interesting but also accessible for regular people and not only folks with PhD in those subjects.
#13
djh1975
What part of science are you most interested in? I'm most interested in the search for exoplanets. It will get very interesting as we get more powerful telescopes in the next few years. I really hope we find intelligent life as there isn't much sign of it on this planet.

I do like the Astronomical science, but quantum is my personal subject. I'm directly employed in a scientific role, and this mag along with scientific American is available for free in my job. I highly recommend it. Reading it is not time wasted.
#14
Oh I wish I had the time to make use of this properly. Cover to cover b
#15
djh1975
What part of science are you most interested in? I'm most interested in the search for exoplanets. It will get very interesting as we get more powerful telescopes in the next few years. I really hope we find intelligent life as there isn't much sign of it on this planet.


djh1975
rdwarr
djh1975
Love this magazine, heat from me but this sort of deal won't be appreciated on here I'm afraid. 99% of the people on here wouldn't understand any of the content in this publication.


I feel unworthy to be in your presence. Even though I was reading the magazine before you were born.
We are both in the 1%.



Well I'm in the 2% ;) Heat

Edited By: Geemac on Dec 12, 2014 08:15
#16
"We regret that this service is currently not available in United Kingdom, but you can still subscribe by clicking here"

Still available elsewhere:
http://www.student-subscription-service.co.uk/magazine-new-scientist.asp


Edited By: Freeman on Dec 30, 2014 14:35

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