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Free AA Great Britain Road Atlas 2010 - Daily Mail Sat 24th - (inside paper)

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Free AA Great Britain Road Atlas 2010 Inside this Saturday's Daily Mail, you will find your superb 32 page AA road atlas - perfect for your Summer day trips. Read More
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Free AA Great Britain Road Atlas 2010

Inside this Saturday's Daily Mail, you will find your superb 32 page AA road atlas - perfect for your Summer day trips.
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#1
Great find, it's always good to carry one of these in my pram when I'm out and about....have lots of heat.
#2
bobbyt64
Great find, it's always good to carry one of these in my pram when I'm out and about....have lots of heat.


Que?
oO
#3
cold.. you have to buy the Mail and in effect you'll be too scared to leave the house and use the thing..

Edited By: slangrish on Jul 22, 2010 09:25: ..
#4
holly100
bobbyt64
Great find, it's always good to carry one of these in my pram when I'm out and about....have lots of heat.


Que?
oO


Holly, surely you know I'm only 6 months old
#5
Thanks
#6
what? dailymail readers still use maps?
#7
effing & jeffing
what? dailymail readers still use maps?

How else are they going to find their a**e? 8)
#8
you mean you dont have to collect 6.3million tokens
#9
Masu
effing & jeffing
what? dailymail readers still use maps?
How else are they going to find their a**e? 8)

mind you Sun readers wouldnt be able to find their a**e
#10
bobbyt64
Great find, it's always good to carry one of these in my pram when I'm out and about....have lots of heat.

blimey, what sort of pram is it!!.....things have moved on alot in the pram world these days
#11
royals
Masu
effing & jeffing
what? dailymail readers still use maps?
How else are they going to find their a**e? 8)
mind you Sun readers wouldnt be able to find their a**e

I didn't know ther were Sun READERS - thought they just looked at the pictures!!!!
#12
Lyniced16
royals
Masu
effing & jeffing
what? dailymail readers still use maps?
How else are they going to find their a**e? 8)
mind you Sun readers wouldnt be able to find their a**e


I didn't know ther were Sun READERS - thought they just looked at the pictures!!!!



ahh newspapers are so 1980's, joking apart a good freebie for the elderly non satnav or internet users


Edited By: effing & jeffing on Jul 22, 2010 11:58: addition
Edited By: effing & jeffing on Jul 22, 2010 11:59: add
#13
Very er - useful - commentry. Good post - Sat Nav has changed family holidays/driving for good, but nothing wrong with a backup Atlas for nowt. The last one from 2006 (99p from 99p Shop) has had a bit too much wear n' tear over the years and will be heading for the recycle bin come Saturday.
#14
Good Find, Heat added!
#15
hussaifa
Very er - useful - commentry. Good post - Sat Nav has changed family holidays/driving for good, but nothing wrong with a backup Atlas for nowt. The last one from 2006 (99p from 99p Shop) has had a bit too much wear n' tear over the years and will be heading for the recycle bin come Saturday.


Just a warning - don't get your hopes up. These giveaway 32 page 'atlases' are given away free every year. Every time, there's a thread like this. And every year there's massive disappointment when people realise how small, thin and useless these atlases really are. The scale is 12.5 miles to the inch - useless for most purposes.

The ones in the 99p and pound shops are fine - a totally different product.

Save the 80p you'd have spent on the Mail/toilet paper and buy another one from Poundland. That's a good atlas - the one in the Mail is utterly useless.
#16
Newbold
hussaifa
Very er - useful - commentry. Good post - Sat Nav has changed family holidays/driving for good, but nothing wrong with a backup Atlas for nowt. The last one from 2006 (99p from 99p Shop) has had a bit too much wear n' tear over the years and will be heading for the recycle bin come Saturday.


Just a warning - don't get your hopes up. These giveaway 32 page 'atlases' are given away free every year. Every time, there's a thread like this. And every year there's massive disappointment when people realise how small, thin and useless these atlases really are. The scale is 12.5 miles to the inch - useless for most purposes.

The ones in the 99p and pound shops are fine - a totally different product.

Save the 80p you'd have spent on the Mail/toilet paper and buy another one from Poundland. That's a good atlas - the one in the Mail is utterly useless.


a warning from history
#17
Newbold
hussaifa
Very er - useful - commentry. Good post - Sat Nav has changed family holidays/driving for good, but nothing wrong with a backup Atlas for nowt. The last one from 2006 (99p from 99p Shop) has had a bit too much wear n' tear over the years and will be heading for the recycle bin come Saturday.
Just a warning - don't get your hopes up. These giveaway 32 page 'atlases' are given away free every year. Every time, there's a thread like this. And every year there's massive disappointment when people realise how small, thin and useless these atlases really are. The scale is 12.5 miles to the inch - useless for most purposes.The ones in the 99p and pound shops are fine - a totally different product. Save the 80p you'd have spent on the Mail/toilet paper and buy another one from Poundland. That's a good atlas - the one in the Mail is utterly useless.

Totally agree. Got one of these last year. It is about A5 size. No real detail on the maps. totally useless.
#18
COLLECT 20 TOKENS IT SAYS ON THE AD!
(in really small hardly visible letters)
1 Like #19
supermandem
COLLECT 20 TOKENS IT SAYS ON THE AD!
(in really small hardly visible letters)


I don't think, to be fair, there's any token collect for this, but I'm sure anyone who's actually bought a copy of this poisonous little rag will confirm how useless and pointless the 'atlas' is.
#20
I fell for this and bought the Scottish Daily Mail, and to make matters worse (or better for me?) the map is not even in there (or is it really that small I didn't notice it). Oh well now I get plenty of waste paper in case I need some to line something with.

On the bright side, there's a 50p off voucher inside for tomorrow's Mail paper, which will have a 5 pounds Tesco voucher. Still a profit I guess.
1 Like #21
Well, a bit of a let down - not very big and flimsy - at least I didn't buy it (My mum didn't want it). Anyway, as I was perusing the paper, I noticed that in tomorrow's Mail on Sunday there is a voucher for £5 off a £40 Tesco shop, which might be of interest to someone.
#22
Newbold
supermandem
COLLECT 20 TOKENS IT SAYS ON THE AD!
(in really small hardly visible letters)


I don't think, to be fair, there's any token collect for this, but I'm sure anyone who's actually bought a copy of this poisonous little rag will confirm how useless and pointless the 'atlas' is.


maybe the voucher collect was for that cottage or something, my bad.
"poisonous little rag" made me chuckle X)

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