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New Scientist: £12.00 for 12 (12 = 3-months), print issues + 3 months web access – via Credit Card with Continuous Service ** then £44 each 3-months after

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Up to you... If you are a user you can make a saving on 3-months worth, if you currently pay full amount. New Scientist: £12.00 for 12 print issues + 3 months web access – via Credit Card with Co…
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Also available for free (electronic version) from East Riding of Yorkshire Council, on their e-library and view over a tablet.Need to registered with a library card. Possibly the same for other local authorities.
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New Scientist magazine for just £99.00 (was £149) for a year via New Scientist

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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 ta…
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"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


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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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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
Oh I wish I had the time to make use of this properly. Cover to cover b
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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.
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.
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New Scientist Annual Subscription - £100.10

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Was looking for the cheapest NewScientist subscription for my Dad and found this one 48% for magazines (and web access), save £30 on the default subscription deal.
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Also looking for a cheap print only deal, missed the great print deal that was on HUKD around this time last year
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Cheaper deals out there for print only
got a link for a cheaper print only deal? Can't find any even for the student deals...
oh thats v good then have some heat

wish i could afford it, I wonder when it expires?
It's 51 issues not 12 as it's published weekly
Cheaper deals out there for print only
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Arc Magazine from New Scientist - free 130 page issue - pdf & epub formats

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Futurist magazine mixing visuals, essays, science and scifi by the looks of it. Seems really good, something to get you in the mood for the coming singularity. Links below
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"New Scientist" magazine annual subscription for £89.00 (£24 cheaper than their front page deal)

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You can save 52% on the cover price of New Scientist if you take out a 1 year subscription (£89.00) by credit card. This looks like it's open to anyone i.e. not a "student" deal. Works out at £1.75/is…
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Been thinking about subscribing to this for a while but price put me off. Just ordered, thanks!
Thanks OP, ordered.
Proof that HUKD is for erudite people!
Brilliant thank you, ordered.
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Save 40% on New Scientist (gift) subscriptions - £113.00 (Annual Subscription)

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New Scientist do a 40% off promotion on subscriptions around this time of year that is promoted via cards in the print edition. This reduces an annual print subscription from £188.70 to £113.
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not for me , but can tell its a good deal so heat for those who like this kinda thing :p
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Free £6 magazine: Arc 1.3 / Afterparty overdrive (latest issue, quarterly futurology/scifi journal from New Scientist)

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"The futures of pleasure" is the theme in this issue which mixes scientists' musings on the future with science fiction. The paper copy costs $31 USD and the usual price of the digital copy is £…
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Limited time has ended -- now a chargeable download.

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50% off New Scientist subscription £22.25

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Did a bit of searching as I wanted to subscribe and found this deal. 50% off subscription and online access £22.25 quarterly direct debit or £89 up front for a year
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No more name calling please. healthy debate on a deal is fine but don't cross the line into code of conduct breaches, Relevant comments (including those quoting or referencing deleted posts) deleted, please keep it civil.
Good thing about magazines is they are less distracting to read than the web. These specialist titles also encourage you to read about obscure topics, whereas on the web you might gravitate towards the top ten most popular articles etc.
Just subscribed for the year, love New Scientist

I'm in the convenience camp with this one. I don't doubt you could find all the information in this magazine online but you'd have to individually search for each article and taking into account the fact that a lot of the stuff they publish is pretty cutting edge then your unlikely to know about it until you read the magazine in the first place.

Bring on my first issue.
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[quote=dxx] [quote=fishmaster] [quote=dxx] [quote=004800] good deal but don't understand why people subscribe to magazines with the wealth of knowledge on the internet.


Delivery and relevance seals it for me. I like the idea of having everything presented to me in a handy, convenient format. I also like the idea of reading things that are new and current, whereas stuff on the internet tends to be pretty old. £90 for this seems a pretty good deal to me, so I'm voting hot, and taking the offer up. Cheers, CrazyMacaque.

The internet is easier to update etc, but a lot of stuff on the internet IS old. I highly doubt the internet more than doubles in information everyday....
But anyway, it's much easier to find new information in a magazine (i.e. you pick it up and look) as opposed to on the internet (e.g. you search on google, but it turns out it's so new that it hasn't actually been entered into google or it's on page 200+ because it hasn't got enough hits). Unless you know which website to look on, it's unlikely you'll find the newest information...

But that's just my opinion anyway, or whatever.

So yeah, this is an awesome deal. Pity I already subscribed lol :P



Web sites are generally not particularly easy to update. IMO.
What are very up to date, are wikis of course. If you really want the latest information, that's where to go. Of course the information may not be accurate or correct.
Don't do a google search, search wikipedia directly, for instance. Or any of the other wiki sites.
Anyway, google is just one search engine, there are many many others for more specific information, I've got 28 listed.
Handbags at dawn.

On another note - when did New Scientist get so expensive anyway! Went to the newsagent for a copy last week £3.50! Small magazine printed on low quality paper.

Always on the lookout for good value I picked up an Empire / FHM double pack for £4.50 and let my little grey cells melt away....
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40% off Today Only - 6 Month £52.50 or 1 Year £105.00 @ New Scientist Subscription

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Twitter deal for today only offering 40% off 6 month and 1 year subscriptions. Not as good as the 50% that they sometimes do but much better than the usual 20%.
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If you google for new scientist the first advert gives you 1 yr for £89
I signed up for 1 yr, that ended 6 months ago and we're still getting the magazine!
I would say this is roughly twice as good as the 20% deal ;)
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Half price New Scientist Subscription £82.00

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Half price years subscription for New Scientist, £82 instead of £165.75.
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[COLOR=Red]Just put down University of Leicester when it asks for University.[/COLOR]

Thanks, but I'm not overkeen on a potential fraud conviction to add to my CV. :whistling: