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The Financial Times 4 weeks for £1.00 saving over £23 on the paper alone

£1.00 @ The Financial Times
Try the Financial Times newspaper, the definitive business resource, for 4 weeks for only £1. You'll benefit from premium delivery or flexible vouchers, and unlimited access to FT.com. You'll also … Read More
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8y, 2w agoFound 8 years, 2 weeks ago
Try the Financial Times newspaper, the definitive business resource, for 4 weeks for only £1. You'll benefit from premium delivery or flexible vouchers, and unlimited access to FT.com.

You'll also enjoy membership of the FT Privilege Club, where you can take advantage of exclusive content and editorial, including the FT ePaper.
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#1
EXCELLENT find!

Thanks Moley!

Have some heat & rep!

xxxxx
#2
good find
#3
Very nice! Hot!
#4
Thanks, excellent deal!

So it's a 4 week trial, you can cancel during the trial without obligation, or continue receiving the newspaper and FT.com for £91 for 13 weeks with pre–paid vouchers.

From the Conditions: "The Four week trial for £1 only available if you sign up via Direct Debit" - so I take it they charge the £1 via DD, then send you a voucher which you take to your local newsagent to arrange delivery?
#5
Ooooh! All that pink paper for a £1. Nice one.
#6
Jerry Hatrick
Thanks, excellent deal!

So it's a 4 week trial, you can cancel during the trial without obligation, or continue receiving the newspaper and FT.com for £91 for 13 weeks with pre–paid vouchers.

From the Conditions: "The Four week trial for £1 only available if you sign up via Direct Debit" - so I take it they charge the £1 via DD, then send you a voucher which you take to your local newsagent to arrange delivery?


Yes, I've done this trial before. You get vouchers which you can either take to newsagents/ shops to just pay for the paper or you can hand them over to your newsagent to deliver but you have to pay whatever they charge for delivery
#7
Can I clarify, can you get this premium delivered for 4 weeks also included for the £1?
If so, surely for most people this is better than having to go to a newsagent to get it!
#8
thedonut
Can I clarify, can you get this premium delivered for 4 weeks also included for the £1?
If so, surely for most people this is better than having to go to a newsagent to get it!


Premium delivery is only available in selected areas which is why it asks for your postcode to start with.
#9
What's pink and can be very hard in the morning?
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#10
how do you cancel the direct debit?

Do you cancel as soon as you receive the vouchers?
#11
this has been there since ages :)

Good deal though.

i dont need it as I sold all my shares :)

so for now only read FT on web :)
[admin]#12
Great post thanks :)
#13
[quote=getharoon;5154773]this has been there since ages:)


......Although it may have been there ages, it didn't occur to you to post it then?

Isn't that a bit like saying "I knew about this before...ages ago..."?:thinking:
In a forum for sharing that EXACT topic/subject.....:oops:
What maybe no news to somebody - can often be good news to somebody else.....
:whistling:
#14
dreamteam90
how do you cancel the direct debit?

Do you cancel as soon as you receive the vouchers?


Thats what I'm wondering anyone know? :roll:

FT.Com
Money-back Guarantee. You may cancel your subscription at any time by contacting our Customer Services team on 0800 028 1407 and FT will refund you on a pro rata basis.


Can't people just cancel the Direct Debit?
#15
Ouch ... roasting hot :)
#16
Sounds as though this is cheaper than Andrex !

Good find ;-)

maxmix
#17
Anyone know how to cancel?
#18
Two weeks and five days later, I've heard nothing from FT!
#19
Finally had something yesterday. I immediately replied to cancel, and they sent me two emails saying that I'd successfully cancelled!

Just wonder if I get the vouchers now.

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