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12 issues of the Radio Times for £1 (SEE TERMS BEFORE APPLYING)
12 issues of the Radio Times for £1 (SEE TERMS BEFORE APPLYING)

12 issues of the Radio Times for £1 (SEE TERMS BEFORE APPLYING)

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Subscribe to Radio Times and receive 12 issues for £1, your subscription will then continue by direct debit at £19.99 every six months (26 issues) - saving 37%

You can unsubscribe after receiving the first issue to still receive your remaining issues.

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Term 11 suggest you are agreeing to a 12 month mninimum contract.
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14 Comments

good deal if you really need it choc

didnt realise they still did this with all the free mags you get with newspapers you would assume they would stop printing - goes to show:-D

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crazy huh holly

this must be a loss for them if people just cancel and then keep doing the 12 issues deals

unless they get people who forget to unsubscribe......I got it a couple of times but never found the time to read them

holly100;5310950

didnt realise they still did this with all the free mags you get with … didnt realise they still did this with all the free mags you get with newspapers you would assume they would stop printing - goes to show:-D



That is probably why they are having to give it away at 12 issues for a £1.

who's that on the front cover . . . .? Its not JB . . . .

jerdeber;5310975

who's that on the front cover . . . .? Its not JB . . . .




lewis the loser:-D

How easy is it to cancel? Just stop the direct debit? which I recently found out can be done online for Natwest =D

Original Poster

rwm24;5311040

How easy is it to cancel? Just stop the direct debit? which I recently … How easy is it to cancel? Just stop the direct debit? which I recently found out can be done online for Natwest =D



yep and reply to confirmation e-mail once you've received 1st copy.......:thumbsup:

Sorry, what makes you suggest you can cancel after the first issue?
From their terms:

11. Agree to a minimum term of 12 months for all Direct Debit orders. … 11. Agree to a minimum term of 12 months for all Direct Debit orders. 12. Agree that you may cancel any subscription within 48 hours of purchase to receive a full refund from iSUBSCRiBE....

isubscribe.co.uk/ter…cfm
This appears you are agreeing to a contract that will cost over £40 for the term.
(or you can cancel within 48hours for a full refund and receive nothing)

thanks

Original Poster

Premier;5311339

Sorry, what makes you suggest you can cancel after the first issue?From … Sorry, what makes you suggest you can cancel after the first issue?From their terms:http://www.isubscribe.co.uk/terms.cfmThis appears you are agreeing to a contract that will cost over £40 for the term.(or you can cancel within 48hours for a full refund and receive nothing)



You are signing up to the £1 dd offer, not the continuing offer. :thumbsup:

choc1969;5311354

You are signing up to the £1 dd offer, not the continuing offer. … You are signing up to the £1 dd offer, not the continuing offer. :thumbsup:


Where does it say that?

You are signing up for:

12 issues for £1.00 then £19.99 every 6 months


By Direct Debit

Original Poster

Premier;5311368

Where does it say that?You are signing up for:By Direct Debit



Both times smy ubscription was cancelled and dd cancelled, received all 12 issues and no problems

choc1969;5311403

Both times smy ubscription was cancelled and dd cancelled, received all … Both times smy ubscription was cancelled and dd cancelled, received all 12 issues and no problems



Are you sure it was this exact deal with these terms & conditions?

I've had 12 copies for a quid previously through an MSE promotion with the ability to cancel - but that wasn't the same as this deal.
The terms here clearly say:

11. Agree to a minimum term of 12 months for all Direct Debit orders.


This is a Direct Debit order

Premier;5311464

Are you sure it was this exact deal with these terms & conditions?I've … Are you sure it was this exact deal with these terms & conditions?I've had 12 copies for a quid previously through an MSE promotion with the ability to cancel - but that wasn't the same as this deal.The terms here clearly say:This is a Direct Debit order



just cancel the dd through your bank
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