5 issues of a Magazine for £5 + 8% top cash back @ BBC Magazine Subscriptions
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5 issues of a Magazine for £5 + 8% top cash back @ BBC Magazine Subscriptions

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Found 8th Jul 2011
5 issues of selected bbc magazines for £5 then there after you can cancel or get 12 issues at a reduced cost, Not a bad deal if you read these magazines and some are a bargain though some not so.

Magazines included are

Good Food Magazine and then £17.50 every 6 months (Frequency monthly)

Olive and then £15.50 every 6 issues (Frequency monthly)

Easy Cook and then £10.50 every 6 issues (Frequency monthly/apart from summer/winter double issues)

Gardeners World and then £18.50 every 6 issues (Frequency monthly)

Lonely Planet and then £15 every 6 issues (Frequency monthly)

Top Gear and then £20 every 6 issues (Frequency monthly)

Radio Times and then £31 every 26 issues (Frequency weekly)

Home and Antiques and then £16 every 6 issues (Frequency monthly)

BBC Music and then £20 every 6 issues (Frequency monthly)

Focus and then £17 every 6 issues (Frequency monthly)

BBC Wildlife and then £15 every 6 issues (Frequency monthly)

BBC History and then £17.50 every 6 issues (Frequency monthly)

Sky at Night and then £19.50 every 6 issues (Frequency monthly)

Country file and then £17 every 6 issues (Frequency monthly)

Who do you think you are and then £19 every 6 issues (Frequency monthly)

Gardens illustrated and then £17.70 every 6 issues (Frequency monthly)

Home cooking and then £15.50 every 6 issues (6 issues a year)

Knowledge magazine and then £19 every 6 issues (6 issues a year)

Cbeebies and then £19 every 13 issues (Frequency weekly)

Dr Who adventures and then £24 every 13 issues (Frequency weekly)

Match of the day and then £19 every 13 issues (Frequency weekly)

8% cashback from following link

topcashback.co.uk/bbc…29/


Small print

The 5 issues for £5 offer is only available for UK delivery addresses (excluding BFPO addresses). Overseas rates are available on request by calling 0844 844 0260. This is a Direct Debit only offer where the first 5 issues will be charged at £5. The discounts and prices shown are follow-on rates payable by 6 monthly Direct Debits (except BBC Knowledge Magazine and Home Cooking Series where the Direct Debit is annual and the children's magazines Doctor Who Adventures, CBeebies and Match of the Day where the payments are quarterly). You are free to cancel your subscription at any time - if you cancel within 2 weeks of receiving your fourth issue you will pay no more than £5, this is with the exception of Radio Times, Match of the Day, Cbeebies and Doctor Who Adventures' which must be cancelled on receipt of the third issue. This offer ends on the 31st August 2011.

6 Comments

Is it easy to cancel? Do you have to ring up or just cancel direct debit?

avoid bbc subscriptions ive been trying to cancel my top gear sunscription for nearly a year now ..they tell me its cancelled then i find out theyve taken money out !! im sick off it im off too my bank tommorow to try and stop the direct debit payments being sent

ive called and sent emails each time i get assured it is cancelled then awhile later i find out more moneys been sent its terrible

waxxy

ive called and sent emails each time i get assured it is cancelled then … ive called and sent emails each time i get assured it is cancelled then awhile later i find out more moneys been sent its terrible



Have you not tried to cancel your direct debit?
Good price OP, I've never had a problem cancelling any magazine, but it's compulsary you cancel the direct debit, otherwise your subscription isn't cancelled!
Edited by: "krato" 8th Jul 2011

Original Poster

waxxy

ive called and sent emails each time i get assured it is cancelled then … ive called and sent emails each time i get assured it is cancelled then awhile later i find out more moneys been sent its terrible



Just phone them up to say you've cancelled, e-mail as well if you want and then cancel the direct debit.

I don't understand why anyone would get charged after cancelling their direct debit? You do this with your bank, not with them. Can anyone explain?
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