£5 for 5 issues of BBC Good Food Magazine - usually £4.50 per issue. Secret Santa or Stocking Filler Idea
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£5 for 5 issues of BBC Good Food Magazine - usually £4.50 per issue. Secret Santa or Stocking Filler Idea

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Found 13th Dec 2017Edited by:"whiterabbit"
The deal is £5 for 5 issues (1 per month) of the BBC Good Food magazine when you pay by Direct Debit. Store price is usually £4.50 for each issue. The next issue is January 4th.

As soon as the one-off payment of £5 is taken by Direct Debit you can cancel it with your bank so it won't renew, but the full 5 issues will still be posted.

I'm fine with this as I use internet banking so it's simple for me to do, but it does rely on you to cancel the direct debit, so if you don't think you'll remember then this deal maybe isn't for you, but personally I'm chuffed to bits they've introduced the deal again this year, as my sister and I love it!

You can select the option that the subscription is for a gift and they will send a gift card for you to print. I bought it last year as a secret santa gift too and they were over the moon.

Notes:
- I would recommend ticking the relevant boxes at checkout to avoid further marketing calls/emails.

- This is through BuySubscriptions.com, however if you try to go through any cashback websites, the £5 offer doesn't seem to work.

- You can purchase multiple subscriptions and select a month you want the deliveries to start, so you could set up two and start the second one in 5 months time, meaning you'll benefit from 10 issues for £10
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Brilliant fantastic deal thanks
I’ve gone through to the link but can’t seem to find this offer.. what am I doing wrong?:/ thanks so much
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Cheechee8512 m ago

I’ve gone through to the link but can’t seem to find this offer.. what am I …I’ve gone through to the link but can’t seem to find this offer.. what am I doing wrong?:/ thanks so much


Very strange - it's still there for me. Try going to the homepage of the BBC Good Food website, then scroll down to the very bottom of the page. There should be a link there you could try. Finger crossed it works for you!

I've changed the link in the notes for BuySubscriptions just in case it causes confusion - I think that was just going to their homepage, so you could try the link from the deal again
Edited by: "whiterabbit" 13th Dec 2017
whiterabbit10 m ago

Very strange - it's still there for me. Try going to the homepage of the …Very strange - it's still there for me. Try going to the homepage of the BBC Good Food website, then scroll down to the very bottom of the page. There should be a link there you could try. Finger crossed it works for you!I've changed the link in the notes for BuySubscriptions just in case it causes confusion - I think that was just going to their homepage, so you could try the link from the deal again


Oh I’ve tried but it’s not there! It just offers 35% off the annual subscription! I’ll keep searching. Thanks for replying so quickly!
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Cheechee852 m ago

Oh I’ve tried but it’s not there! It just offers 35% off the annual sub …Oh I’ve tried but it’s not there! It just offers 35% off the annual subscription! I’ll keep searching. Thanks for replying so quickly!


Oh no The 35% offer is part way down the page for me but the £5 offer is right at the bottom in the grey footer. Hope you get sorted!
No £5 offer showing for me either, just a 43% offer

*edit
Had another go having read the comments below but deffo nothing there for me, reduced annual subscription only at £34.99, no 5for£5 links/options anywhere. Weird, this comes up regardless of the link I use, the OP's link or the link I found "5 Good Reasons...."

You can but try, voting hot for them that got
Edited by: "Arbk66" 13th Dec 2017
Wasnt there for me either, refreshed and it appeared
Cheechee8515 m ago

Oh I’ve tried but it’s not there! It just offers 35% off the annual sub …Oh I’ve tried but it’s not there! It just offers 35% off the annual subscription! I’ll keep searching. Thanks for replying so quickly!


The "get deal" link didn't work for me but the link in the description did.

Thanks for this deal- great extra present for my mum!
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Arbk6623 m ago

No £5 offer showing for me either, just a 43% offer*editHad another go …No £5 offer showing for me either, just a 43% offer*editHad another go having read the comments below but deffo nothing there for me, reduced annual subscription only at £34.99, no 5for£5 links/options anywhere. Weird, this comes up regardless of the link I use, the OP's link or the link I found only that clearly stated 5 for £5 under the subject banner of "5 Good Reasons...." Lol You can but try, voting hot for them that got


Thanks for the vote

Have you tried it on a different device or pressing Ctrl + F5 to clear your cache? Other than that I can't think of anything
whiterabbit4 m ago

Thanks for the vote Have you tried it on a different device or pressing …Thanks for the vote Have you tried it on a different device or pressing Ctrl + F5 to clear your cache? Other than that I can't think of anything


Tried a different browser and had a cookie clear out but I never thought of visiting HotUk on the mobile which I'll do right now
Edited by: "Arbk66" 13th Dec 2017
Arbk665 m ago

Tried a different browser and had a cookie clear out but I never thought …Tried a different browser and had a cookie clear out but I never thought of visiting HotUk on the mobile which I'll do right now


No joy, but the annual subscription showed as £29.99 from the PC's £34.99 Its a mad world.
Arbk6633 m ago

No £5 offer showing for me either, just a 43% offer*editHad another go …No £5 offer showing for me either, just a 43% offer*editHad another go having read the comments below but deffo nothing there for me, reduced annual subscription only at £34.99, no 5for£5 links/options anywhere. Weird, this comes up regardless of the link I use, the OP's link or the link I found "5 Good Reasons...." You can but try, voting hot for them that got


I’ve finally found it. Have you clicked the link in the body of text on the description? Not the “get deal” link? It appeared there for me as mentioned above! Have another go x
whiterabbit56 m ago

Very strange - it's still there for me. Try going to the homepage of the …Very strange - it's still there for me. Try going to the homepage of the BBC Good Food website, then scroll down to the very bottom of the page. There should be a link there you could try. Finger crossed it works for you!I've changed the link in the notes for BuySubscriptions just in case it causes confusion - I think that was just going to their homepage, so you could try the link from the deal again


It’s worked!!!! Got there in the end! Little stocking filler for the hubby.. (to cook me lots of yummy food!)(highfive)
Cheechee8518 m ago

I’ve finally found it. Have you clicked the link in the body of text on t …I’ve finally found it. Have you clicked the link in the body of text on the description? Not the “get deal” link? It appeared there for me as mentioned above! Have another go x


Just did and it was there woohoo! well spotted Sherlock. Hope she likes it, as in I get some fabulous dinners

Thanks for the nod in the right direction

Linky
Edited by: "Arbk66" 13th Dec 2017
thanks great deal
Been waiting for this
thank you
Don't people like to use things like Readiy where you pay annual subscription and get basically magazines coming out your ears. Downside is they are digital copies but hey. IMO great value

Wonder if there is any deals out there for it.
Edited by: "Sizzlestick" 13th Dec 2017
Readly is £7.99 month.. if you get 2 or 3 magazines a month its worth it.

You can share the login too with friends and family. Makes the price even better.

BBC good food included.

gb.readly.com/adw…BwE
Edited by: "Sizzlestick" 13th Dec 2017
I download this through my local library on an app called RB Digital. Might be worth checking your library. There's a limited selection, but it's saved me a few quid buying mags that are 60% adverts!
whiterabbit13th Dec

Thanks for the vote Have you tried it on a different device or pressing …Thanks for the vote Have you tried it on a different device or pressing Ctrl + F5 to clear your cache? Other than that I can't think of anything


Did you get a confirmation email? I rang yesterday as hadn’t received one.. they said it takes 24 hours.. I’m still waiting so dubious if it’s even gone through now:/
Cheechee853 m ago

Did you get a confirmation email? I rang yesterday as hadn’t received o …Did you get a confirmation email? I rang yesterday as hadn’t received one.. they said it takes 24 hours.. I’m still waiting so dubious if it’s even gone through now:/


I'm in the same boat as you. Ordered it yesterday early afternoon but have had no emails from them since. Sent an email to there customer service yesterday evening but no response to that either.
jimjamjars9 m ago

I'm in the same boat as you. Ordered it yesterday early afternoon but … I'm in the same boat as you. Ordered it yesterday early afternoon but have had no emails from them since. Sent an email to there customer service yesterday evening but no response to that either.


Oh.. well maybe it has gone through? I saw the “order confirmed” and then it asked me for a password.. but then I got an error page.. when I rang the woman was less than helpful and literally said “email in 24hours”. Maybe keep an eye on our bank accounts to see if DD is set up? X
jimjamjars13 m ago

I'm in the same boat as you. Ordered it yesterday early afternoon but have …I'm in the same boat as you. Ordered it yesterday early afternoon but have had no emails from them since. Sent an email to there customer service yesterday evening but no response to that either.


Ditto. I took a screenshot of my order number so will chase up if nothing shows up tomorrow!
Just had the order confirmation come through. All seems to be as stated (£5 etc). Thanks again OP!
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