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The Economist - 12 Issues for £1.00 - that's 8.3p per issue! Delivered!!!

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As per title: 12 issues of the Economist for £1 (new subscribers only) You can cancel at any time, so just make sure you do so after they take the £1 but before they take the next installment. Eve… Read More
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7y, 7m agoFound 7 years, 7 months ago
As per title: 12 issues of the Economist for £1 (new subscribers only)

You can cancel at any time, so just make sure you do so after they take the £1 but before they take the next installment. Even if your forget, they'll refund you for any issues you haven't received when you do cancel.

They have the usual offer of 12 issues for £12 through their links, but I received this link in an e-mail from them yesterday. It isn't customer specific.

Offer ends 4 November so get in quick.
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#1
Cracking deal!
#2
Whats the minimum term? Could you cancel after the 12 months? If so great deal!
#3
12 issues = 12 weeks. After they take your pound, cancel your DD with your bank and it's done. No minimum term.
#4
Great Deal, just got myself student edition
banned#5
so say i order

i get my first 2 copies

i then cancel DD

they send me my other 10?
banned#6
at the top of the student one -


Exclusive offer. 12 issues for £1.
Offer closes October 15th 2009
1 Like #7
Great deal. To those so interested in canceling the direct debit after- print is dying. For quality, intellectual writing you should be prepared to pay £2.41. If you really can't afford it then fine, but if you would rather buy one more pint a week instead of this, then good luck to you. They must be running this deal at a loss so you are actually contributing to their downfall.

*Steps down off the proverbial soap box*
#8
Great find!
#9
hncb0809
so say i order

i get my first 2 copies

i then cancel DD

they send me my other 10?


Money-Back Guarantee
The Economist Newspaper Ltd will send you a full refund on the unexpired part of your subscription should you decide you do not wish to receive any further issues, just notify us. Please note we are unable to offer refunds on your first 12 issues.
1 Like #10
NachosMania
Great deal. To those so interested in canceling the direct debit after- print is dying. For quality, intellectual writing you should be prepared to pay £2.41. If you really can't afford it then fine, but if you would rather buy one more pint a week instead of this, then good luck to you. They must be running this deal at a loss so you are actually contributing to their downfall.

*Steps down off the proverbial soap box*


Well I'm sure we'll all consider that but if a magazine named 'The Economist' goes under because they offered a promotion at a massive loss to themselves then maybe they don't deserve to keep printing as they would obviously then be pretty sh@t at economics!!!
#11
But where is the link for £1 deal?
#12
zk222
But where is the link for £1 deal?

when you visit the link posted by OP on top of page you would see the offer else drop down and select country.:)
#13
thesnowman86
Well I'm sure we'll all consider that but if a magazine named 'The Economist' goes under because they offered a promotion at a massive loss to themselves then maybe they don't deserve to keep printing as they would obviously then be pretty sh@t at economics!!!


Brilliant! It's not very often that I laugh out loud at bits and bobs I read on the internet but snowman, your reply did make me chuckle.
#14
good deal well found op. respect snowman86:thumbsup:
#15
thesnowman86
Well I'm sure we'll all consider that but if a magazine named 'The Economist' goes under because they offered a promotion at a massive loss to themselves then maybe they don't deserve to keep printing as they would obviously then be pretty sh@t at economics!!!

Genius
#16
You'll probably find that if you cancel your DD after, say 3 weeks, you wont receive the full 12 issues. So, just mark a note in your diary and if you dont wish to continue, just cancel DD after week 11/12.
#17
futura
You'll probably find that if you cancel your DD after, say 3 weeks, you wont receive the full 12 issues. So, just mark a note in your diary and if you dont wish to continue, just cancel DD after week 11/12.


Once they've taken your pound, they will send you 12 issues. If you cancel after 3 weeks, they will have taken your pound, and they'll only find out that you've cancelled when they attempt to take your next subscription payment, just before issue 13. Either way, you'll have paid for your 12 issues once you've paid that £1 so they'll send you 12 issues.
#18
Trosticles
Once they've taken your pound, they will send you 12 issues. If you cancel after 3 weeks, they will have taken your pound, and they'll only find out that you've cancelled when they attempt to take your next subscription payment, just before issue 13. Either way, you'll have paid for your 12 issues once you've paid that £1 so they'll send you 12 issues.


Hoping so , but certain mags are getting wise to this and stopping the free issues if you cancel too early after the quid is taken.not Time Out though :thumbsup:
#19
sorry quick question...

once you have singed up and entered the Direct Debit details..and clicked 'start my subscription' do you get an email saying they have confirmed the subscription and payment details..?

thanks
#20
Jaym
sorry quick question...

once you have singed up and entered the Direct Debit details..and clicked 'start my subscription' do you get an email saying they have confirmed the subscription and payment details..?

thanks


I did. It started with:

Thank you for your subscription order to The Economist.

Your order details appear below. Please allow up to 14 days for your first copy of The Economist to arrive. You will receive an additional order confirmation email confirming your customer reference number and start date.
#21
ordered mine
#22
Best magazine in the whole world ...
banned#23
greyhound11
Hoping so , but certain mags are getting wise to this and stopping the free issues if you cancel too early after the quid is taken.not Time Out though :thumbsup:


How would they know you have cancelled? Don't they find out you have cancelled when they try to take the payment for the next issues?

I always email to say that I have cancelled, and I have used offers like this many times. I have never not received the magazine I paid for in the first payment.
banned#24
thesnowman86
Well I'm sure we'll all consider that but if a magazine named 'The Economist' goes under because they offered a promotion at a massive loss to themselves then maybe they don't deserve to keep printing as they would obviously then be pretty sh@t at economics!!!


They already have other subscribers (including companies etc) who are more than willing to pay full price & that revenue is paying for the research efforts of their writers. From their perspective this 1 pound deal translates to a marginal cost of extra paper to print & postage - but with the potential of netting more subscribers who may pay full price in the future. I wouldn't say its a massive loss to them, since most of us would not have subscribed initially at full price if its not for the deal.

Economics at work as usual - concept of marginal cost & price discrimination. :-D

And hot deal - signed up as soon as I saw it.
#25
or in the word of Keynes "Its the shizzle ma nizzle"
#26
FYI while you're all waiting for the first issue to arrive, this weeks edition is only £2 instead of £4, so I got that too!
#27
Added to the red hot!
#28
NobbyB
How would they know you have cancelled? Don't they find out you have cancelled when they try to take the payment for the next issues?

I always email to say that I have cancelled, and I have used offers like this many times. I have never not received the magazine I paid for in the first payment.


You could be right....just maybe getting paranoid as thought RT did this to me, been filling my boots with their deals for ages. Dont want to be in limbo if they stop mid subscription
#29
when do we need to cancel, after the 12th issue has been delivered? When is the next issue coming out/be delivered by?
#30
sourcelives
when do we need to cancel, after the 12th issue has been delivered? When is the next issue coming out/be delivered by?

You can cancel at any time, as you've already paid the amount of the next 12 issues (i.e. £1)
#31
robot1000
You can cancel at any time, as you've already paid the amount of the next 12 issues (i.e. £1)


hmm ok so do i just need to go to the economist settings online and click 'suspend subscription' or is it more complicated than that. TIA!
#32
Just cancel your direct debit and give them a ring to cancel.

If you want another 13 editions for £1 check out this post

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