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12 Month gold magazine subscription from Magzter (new customers only) - £23.99 with code @ Groupon / Magzter
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12 Month gold magazine subscription from Magzter (new customers only) - £23.99 with code @ Groupon / Magzter

£23.99£49.9952% Free P&P FreeGroupon Deals
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Posted 21st Jul 2020

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Seems to be a good range of publications and with the voucher it works out at 2 quid a month..

I know people like the physical copies, and the app review is a little hit and miss but still seems really good value.
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Excellent value for money even if you only subscribe to a single magazine! Works across multiple platforms and I believe allows you to share your account with family members l.
Seemed to have a few titles I couldn't see elsewhere.. Bargain birthday gift sorted
Been using Readly for years the only thing I would say they could do more of is newspapers but besides that it has a good magazine title list
Edited by: "jedisteel" 22nd Jul
Just Top Gear alone pretty much pays for this! Hot
My better half likes the National Enquirer and this was the only place I could find it!
I probably should have tried to sell the deal better above
I’d been a Readly subscriber for years, paying £7.99pm. Then got an offer direct from Magzter for £49.99 for the year. Even at that price it was much better value. Had to pay an extra £10 to enable family sharing which was a bit of a rip off. Gutted I didn’t see this Groupon deal.

There are a few magazines missing that were in Readly - like Wired or Men’s Health. But the majority of other titles I read are in there.

Also, family sharing in Readly allows five accounts whereas Magzter is limited to four.

The newspaper section in Magzter is far superior though. Price aside, it’s the main reason I swapped. Unlike the Independent, the Guardian is properly formatted and looks great on my iPad Pro. It’s also easily readable through pinch and zoom on my iPhone. I prefer reading articles as they’ve been originally laid out for some reason, instead of the mobile/friendly view Readly or The Independent tried to adopt.

The Readly app is nicer to use and more intuitive, in my opinion, but that wasn’t reason enough to stay.
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