3 Isues of PC pro for £1 + FREE 26 pieces Toolkit

3 Isues of PC pro for £1 + FREE 26 pieces Toolkit

Found 30th May 2008
Hope its of someone interest. Make sure you cancel after 3 ISSUES if you dont want to continue paying £19.99 / 6 issues afterwards.

Hi there,

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Try 3 issues of PC Pro today for just £1 thats better than paying £4.99 for 1 issue in the shops and saves you over £13!

You also get a FREE 26 piece tool kit - so even if you don't subscribe with us you still get a tool kit and three magazines for only £1!

Theres no obligation to recieve any further issues, but if you think PC Pro is for you, your subscription will continue at the LOW RATE of £19.99 every 6 issues saving you 33% on the shop price.

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Original Poster

make sure you cancel before 3 issues not 3 months (i don know if the mag is monthly or weekly or biweekly)

Don't get too excited about the toolkit, its fairly low quality stuff.

This ohe firffer has been going for years. I have had the mag at least 6 times. Cancel as soon as the payment has been taken. I have 3 of the tool kits that i cant give away,all my family have a set now.

I had 2 of those offers, works fine if you cancel on time, however I never received the free toolkit. I phoned PC PRO and they said they had sent the toolkits both times - which obviously wasn't true

Original Poster

i personally think the 3 PCPro issues for £1 IS good value... thats the main thing

As for the gift, it's an extra. I wouldnt expect it to be of high quality. I would also hold my hope low given the possible number of people signing up the offer.
As the publisher has already stated clearly At the bottom of the offer sign up page linked "Please note: free gifts are subject to availability and may be substituted with a gift of equal or greater value."

so it all boils down to the q whether you think the mag worth the effort of signingup and cancelling really

The toolkit was so poor that I threw it away. Normally, I give such things to the charity shop to sell, but this was too poor even for that.
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