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The Times & The Sunday Times Newspaper


New title! SPECIAL OFFER - save 31% when you take out a subscription for The Times & The Sunday Times Newspaper and receive a £25 Marks & Spencers Voucher. Delivered directly to your door FREE of charge.

The Times and The Sunday Times are the perfect read, with the best coverage of home and world news, comment, analysis and sports reporting. Our business pages are the most widely-read in Britain, and with unrivalled investigative journalism and photography, we'll keep you up to date while giving you a balanced sense of the world, from global politics to the arts. Great writing is at the heart of The Times, which was recently awarded the British Newspaper of the Year award. The Sunday Times is the perfect weekend read, and with its 12 sections ranging from News Review to Style and Culture, it has something for every part of you.


Free delivery is anywhere in the UK.

My confirmation said it would start with the next available issue, but this may be 6-8 weeks!

Still, can't complain when I am making over £6 out of it!

DON'T FORGET 15% QUIDCO!!
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#1
Sounds good to me. Cheers to the OP.

Chris
#2
So how does it actually get delivered?
#3
My housemate used to get it. It is not by Royal Mail. Think they have special delivery people whose sole purpose is to deliver the Times to subscribers. Always turned up before 7am without fail.
#4
Cover Price: £5.50 | Frequency: 52 issues per year

Makes me think you get them in a bundle once a week!
#5
According to the advert in the Times, the offer is subject to a min 48 week term and is delivered through an external company/local shop....Unless like me you live within the M25 and its a different offer, delivered by Times contractors and charged at full cover price, first month free but with no minimum term.
#6
doublekite
Cover Price: £5.50 | Frequency: 52 issues per year

Makes me think you get them in a bundle once a week!


There is no way they would get away with that. The 52 issues per year obviously refers to the Sunday Times.

The subscription is monthly.
#7
nt1311
According to the advert in the Times, the offer is subject to a min 48 week term and is delivered through an external company/local shop....Unless like me you live within the M25 and its a different offer, delivered by Times contractors and charged at full cover price, first month free but with no minimum term.


As said, the offer is MONTHLY, and costs £22. This is not an offer direct from The Times but through a subscription company.
#8
Ian182
As said, the offer is MONTHLY, and costs £22. This is not an offer direct from The Times but through a subscription company.


Apologies....really should read the rest of the post before replying! Heat added.
#9
But you are committed by direct debit...always a catch to hope you'll forget to cancel.
Too much hassle, sorry. Voted cold.
#10
doublekite
But you are committed by direct debit...always a catch to hope you'll forget to cancel.
Too much hassle, sorry. Voted cold.


Too much effort to cancel a direct debit? For a net profit of £3 and a month's free Times?

Each to their own. Just because you are lazy doesn't make this deal cold!! Seriously, some people.
banned#11
T&Cs:-

It can take up to 12 weeks for delivery of your first magazine but this will be confirmed in the Welcome letter you receive from the publisher of your selected magazine(s). The delivery date is determined by the date that you order and the print date of the next available issue.
banned#12
doublekite;5153497
But you are committed by direct debit...always a catch to hope you'll forget to cancel.
Too much hassle, sorry. Voted cold.

just cancel the DD straight after first payment has been done. Takes all of a minute online.

still too much hassle imho on the off chance the voucher turns up in the initial month.
#13
csiman
just cancel the DD straight after first payment has been done. Takes all of a minute online.

still too much hassle imho on the off chance the voucher turns up in the initial month.


I don't think it matters. You will get the voucher regardless of whether you are still subscribing. It is a new subscriber incentive.
banned#14
can we cancel at the end of the month?
#15
Caveat emptor
can we cancel at the end of the month?


I am cancelling my direct debit as soon as the £22 goes out.
#16
I've done this before with the times and they sent vouchers to redeem in the newsagents. Last time it was a month of vouchers dated to use one a day or if you have your papers delivered or a nice newsagent they will take them in one lump sum
#17
Joto
I've done this before with the times and they sent vouchers to redeem in the newsagents. Last time it was a month of vouchers dated to use one a day or if you have your papers delivered or a nice newsagent they will take them in one lump sum


I would be very surprised if this is the case as it explicitly says...

"Delivered directly to your door FREE of charge".
#18
Ian182
Too much effort to cancel a direct debit? For a net profit of £3 and a month's free Times?

Each to their own. Just because you are lazy doesn't make this deal cold!! Seriously, some people.


It involves calling your bank, & talking to some dude from India at a call centre who you cant' understand. I'm not lazy, I just feel this deal is not all you are cracking it up to be. Its not a free months sub as you have to outlay the £22 and then hope there is something you wish to buy at M&S with the voucher.

I can find more profitable ways of using my time than having to go to my local M&S.
#19
doublekite
But you are committed by direct debit...always a catch to hope you'll forget to cancel.
Too much hassle, sorry. Voted cold.


Learn to use online banking..

it takes ONE click to cancel a direct debit!!

HEAT + REP
#20
seems good, am tempted.

i bet that somehow, rupert murdoch's minions will ensure that you can't cancel the Dir.Debit in time and that you never get the £25.00 voucher.

Rupert Murdoch : "mwhahahaha"
#21
lol @ people who dont read the times doing this on the off chance that they will make £6
#22
so can it be cancelled after a month. i cant find where it says so explicitly
regards
meera
#23
On another note, if you are a student you can get the times for £30 for three months if you ring up. :thumbsup:
#24
meerar
so can it be cancelled after a month. i cant find where it says so explicitly
regards
meera


Just cancel the direct debit. Done this with loads of magazine deals before with no problems.
#25
amyfelix
Learn to use online banking..

it takes ONE click to cancel a direct debit!!

HEAT + REP


How dare you tell me how to do my banking. I do not wish to use on line banking. Keep you comments to the deal, not personal. Heat and rep? get a life.
#26
Cann't find them in quidco? Any advice ??
#27
deep_sing
Cann't find them in quidco? Any advice ??


Listed under Magazine Group on quidco
#28
doublekite
How dare you tell me how to do my banking. I do not wish to use on line banking. Keep you comments to the deal, not personal. Heat and rep? get a life.


lol handbags at dawn! :w00t:

I think the point is that most people who don't like phoning India to do their banking either change banks or sign up to online banking...therefore your issue with phoning india to cancel a direct debit isn't an issue for many people.
#29
doublekite;5154475
How dare you tell me how to do my banking. I do not wish to use on line banking. Keep you comments to the deal, not personal. Heat and rep? get a life.


lol
1 Like #30
doublekite
How dare you tell me how to do my banking. I do not wish to use on line banking. Keep you comments to the deal, not personal. Heat and rep? get a life.


lol, then stop using lame excuse like DD is a pain to cancel!!

keep it to the deal, not ur stupidity and the fact that not able to use online banking
#31
great find.
just need to remember the DD cancellation :)
heat added
1 Like #32
doublekite
How dare you tell me how to do my banking. I do not wish to use on line banking. Keep you comments to the deal, not personal. Heat and rep? get a life.


Don't take the bait people, he is just winding you up, no one is that thick.
and if he did vote cold then surley any attempt to correct such a obscure way of thinking is only folly.
#33
Hi

I have the Sunday Times delivered and it is placed outside your front door packaged in a Times plastic bag. This means it is totally weather proof and always arrives before 7am. They are delivered by employed courier services and you receive each daily paper each morning.

I saw this offer last week in the Sunday paper, but on closer inspection, you are signing to a 12 month contract to receive the £25 M&S voucher.

PP
xx
#34
blueleaches
great find.
just need to remember the DD cancellation :)
heat added


If you cancel your DD with The Times they will call you on the phone to make payment over the phone and if they cant reach you...you will receive an invoice for papers that have been delivered. If you then still dont pay....you get taken to court.

Not worth it IMO.
#35
Penny-Pincher!!
Hi

I have the Sunday Times delivered and it is placed outside your front door packaged in a Times plastic bag. This means it is totally weather proof and always arrives before 7am. They are delivered by employed courier services and you receive each daily paper each morning.

I saw this offer last week in the Sunday paper, but on closer inspection, you are signing to a 12 month contract to receive the £25 M&S voucher.

PP
xx


Nowhere on the website does it say this is a 12 month thing. This is done through a subscription agency and not The Times direct. This offer is not the same as the one in the paper.
#36
doublekite
It involves calling your bank, & talking to some dude from India at a call centre who you cant' understand. I'm not lazy, I just feel this deal is not all you are cracking it up to be. Its not a free months sub as you have to outlay the £22 and then hope there is something you wish to buy at M&S with the voucher.

I can find more profitable ways of using my time than having to go to my local M&S.

Yeah - Pity on the guy other side. Talking to someone can't speak proper english. Also would be strange for him to understand why this guy is cancelling news paper subscription in just a single day.
#37
Does anyone know if by cancelling the direct debit and them not being able to take payment would affect your credit score?
#38
Crotchwig;5155562
Does anyone know if by cancelling the direct debit and them not being able to take payment would affect your credit score?

7.If you pay for your subscription by Direct Debit you are automatically protected by the Direct Debit Guarantee. A copy of this should be sent to you by the publisher of the magazine/s you have selected along with the details of the date of the first direct debit from your account and the frequency and amount of subsequent payments. You can cancel a Direct Debit at any time by simply contacting your bank and/or the publisher.
#39
doublekite
How dare you tell me how to do my banking. I do not wish to use on line banking. Keep you comments to the deal, not personal. Heat and rep? get a life.


Luddite!
#40
Hmmm.

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