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3 Trial Issues of Wired absolutely free!! + Possible free Cashback!

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Wired 3 TRIAL ISSUES RISK FREE You have been specially selected to sample WIRED, the new magazine about whats next bringing you the people, the trends and the big ideas that will change our li…
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7y, 5m agoFound 7 years, 5 months ago
Wired

3 TRIAL ISSUES
RISK FREE

You have been specially selected to sample WIRED, the new magazine about whats next bringing you the people, the trends and the big ideas that will change our lives in the months and years ahead.

SIMPLY REGISTER

Simply register your email address, as well as your name and postal address, and start receiving WIRED. Enjoy each of your 3 trial copies before it reaches the shop. During your trial we will contact you to offer you the opportunity to continue your subscription at only £2 an issue. And if you decide to stop you will owe us nothing by simply contacting us or returning our invoice.

If you go through Quidco use WAFF as the code. Thanks to the forummer....
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#1
You can try the cashback on this but I am not sure if it will work though. There is a £6 cashback for paying subscribers from Quidco or Topcashback which takes you to Magazine Boutique.

Simply edit the Url to make it

[url]www.magazineboutique.co.uk/wired/210d[/url]

You'll get the free trial page. give it a go and see if you get the cash back. I tried it.
#2
LOL much LOLz @ "3 Trial Issues of Wired".....that should serve as therapy for many on here who are already wired! LOL :lol:

nice find OP...hot!
#3
[COLOR="Red"]gr8[/COLOR] offer, thanks!
Wired is pretty nice magazine...
#4
gd thx
#5
Do you need a source code to apply for this offer!? There's a box under where you enter your email which asks for a source code.
#6
try - 210D
#7
Thanks rooban!
#8
many thanks
#9
thanks for this
#10
The Quidco link shows WAFF as teh source code. I am guessing that you would have more chance of getting the cash back if you use WAFF via quidco.
#11
Fab find :thumbsup:
#12
Wired is a wicked magazine!!

I would buy it every month if it were not for the hefty retail price tag...
banned#13
And if you decide to stop you will owe us nothing by simply contacting us or returning our invoice

not looking very easy to cancel
#14
Great Great Great offer! Thanks a bunch! :) H&R
#15
thanks
#16
Thanks !!!
#17
Cheers :thumbsup:
#18
thanks

hope they dont start sending me invoices for them
#19
Great! I'd just come onto the site to look for offers to subscribe to Wired so this is most helpful! Thanks.
banned#20
thankyou:thumbsup:
#21
thank you :D heat and reap added
banned#22
Cheers very much :thumbsup:
banned#23
Signed up cheers
#24
Magic! Great find. Thanks.
banned#25
cool thank you
banned#26
Thanks
#27
good mag
#28
dili123in
And if you decide to stop you will owe us nothing by simply contacting us or returning our invoice

not looking very easy to cancel


Are you kidding? You don't supply any payment details whatsoever. You do not agree to any terms and conditions. You therefore have absolutely no obligation to pay them anything at all or even contact them.

All that will happen is they will send you an invoice you can choose to take up a subscription with or not. They may send you a couple more offering a better deal each time 'FINAL OFFER' etc but if you don't wish to continue it you don't have to do anything.
#29
Thanks!!!
#30
softpurple
Are you kidding? You don't supply any payment details whatsoever. You do not agree to any terms and conditions. You therefore have absolutely no obligation to pay them anything at all or even contact them.

All that will happen is they will send you an invoice you can choose to take up a subscription with or not. They may send you a couple more offering a better deal each time 'FINAL OFFER' etc but if you don't wish to continue it you don't have to do anything.


In order to get the mag you must sign something even if only electronically, or your act of downloading acknowledges that you accept their TERMS (otherwise do not download is the usual one).

If they can send you an invoice then it is not unsolicited goods so no getout clause there, so no good complaining to your local Trading Standards office if it all goes wrong.

They most likely have been a TERM saying that you agree to all the terms.

If you do NOT return the incvoince, or if you do NOT contact them as required, then they may have put in the TERMS that you will receive a visit from your friendly local BAILIFFS and have your arm twisted for whatever the cost of the mag subscription plus £500 bailiff's fees, or whatever the bailiffs decide to charge as their "adminstration costs".

Just be careful and read the terms.

Me, I cannot be bothered even risking it for what I get in return.

I would rather get £6 from Vistaprint for buying a £2.60 T Shirt, better bargain than a freebie, I actually get paid to have the item!

Hence I would be careful in taking the statement "don't wish to continue it you don't have to do anything" too literally!!!

You have been warned.
#31
got mine today
#32
Got mine also, on top of that i recieved an invoice that said should i wish to continue my subscription i would need to fill out my payment details and mail it to them.

So the way i read it if i do nothing then i wont be billed once my trial has finished
#33
davidthestudent
Got mine also, on top of that i recieved an invoice that said should i wish to continue my subscription i would need to fill out my payment details and mail it to them.

So the way i read it if i do nothing then i wont be billed once my trial has finished


Same

CAN SOMEONE UPDATE US ON THIS:

Do we have to pay anything or not?

From what I read, if I want to receive all editions, I have to pay, if not, do nothing.
#34
The answer is in the terms and conditions...

[SIZE="3"]During your trial we will contact you to offer you the opportunity to continue your subscription[/SIZE] at only £2 an issue. [SIZE="3"]And if you decide to stop you will owe us nothing by simply contacting us or returning our invoice.[/SIZE]


If you accept their "offer" to continue your subscription and supply them with your payment details then obviously you will be deemed to have to pay for it.

If you decide that you do not want any further magazines then you simply have to return the invoice to them and explicitly state to them that you dont want to continue.

If they send you more than 3 issues then it will be up to them to pay for the return postage of their magazine should they want it returned and you should explain this to them.

Hope this helps.

:)
#35
StevenA2000_uk
The answer is in the terms and conditions...



If you accept their "offer" to continue your subscription and supply them with your payment details then obviously you will be deemed to have to pay for it.

If you decide that you do not want any further magazines then you simply have to return the invoice to them and explicitly state to them that you dont want to continue.

If they send you more than 3 issues then it will be up to them to pay for the return postage of their magazine should they want it returned and you should explain this to them.

Hope this helps.

:)


I'm not clicking yet...

The thing is, I havent given them any payment details, just an email address, name and home address.

They havent contacted me yet and I have had only one magazine.

So - Do I still ring them up and state I want to end the trial? Or do I send back the invoice and state in a letter I do not want to continue the trial?

Or - Can I ring and say I ever entered my details in, and someone else has?
#36
Wotwot123
I'm not clicking yet...

The thing is, I havent given them any payment details, just an email address, name and home address.

They havent contacted me yet and I have had only one magazine.

So - Do I still ring them up and state I want to end the trial? Or do I send back the invoice and state in a letter I do not want to continue the trial?

Or - Can I ring and say I ever entered my details in, and someone else has?


You write to them and return the invoice clearly stating in writing that you do not want to continue. :)
#37
StevenA2000_uk
You write to them and return the invoice clearly stating in writing that you do not want to continue. :)


They provide a envolope with the invoice, should I send the invoice and letter back in that on envolope?
#38
Wotwot123
They provide a envolope with the invoice, should I send the invoice and letter back in that on envolope?


Yep :)
#39
StevenA2000_uk
Yep :)


Thanks for all the help

Just cause I been reading about, and from peoples views, it seems.

1) They will just ignore it
2) They ring the number (as they say it is easier than sending a letter)

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