£50 John Lewis/Waitrose voucher + 26 issues Radio Times (cover price £65) for £49.99 in total (£5.25 TCB also) @ BuySubscriptions
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£50 John Lewis/Waitrose voucher + 26 issues Radio Times (cover price £65) for £49.99 in total (£5.25 TCB also) @ BuySubscriptions

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Found 1st May 2017
Yet another cracking Radio Times offer - this time £49.99 gets you 26 copies (cover price £2.50 - total £65) and a £50 John Lewis/Waitrose voucher.

£5.25 Topcashback on top as a bonus.

Cancel the Direct Debit and the subscription before the second payment is taken in 6 months time.
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Heat added from me , a cracker of a deal , cheers
Heat added, even though you're looking scary agsin oO
So what's the total cost
Great deal, but I have to say I did the 12 issues for £1 back in November but apart from the Christmas one, most of them ended up in the shrink wrap until I binned them. But good if you do read it.
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wakkaday

So what's the total cost



£49.99 - for which you receive a £50 John Lewis voucher and £65 worth (26 issues) of Radio Times.

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juggler1

Heat added, even though you're looking scary agsin oO


Funny you should say that.....the EU flag I used to use seemed to scare more people on this site than Papa Lazarou! I could never understand that - I credited them with more intelligence, or at least moneysaving nouse.
Would the £50 voucher need to be spent in one lump? ie you won't get change if you spend less than that?

Not sure what I could get in John Lewis or Waitrose. Could get shopping in the latter, but the prices there aren't cheap comparative to other supermarkets.

What would people spend their voucher on? Cheers.
TGPips

Would the £50 voucher need to be spent in one lump? ie you won't get … Would the £50 voucher need to be spent in one lump? ie you won't get change if you spend less than that?



I did this exact deal around Christmas time and it's worth it. It was a giftcard so the total just slowly went down each time.

Waitrose is my nearest supermarket and honestly the prices for branded goods aren't that much different from Sainsbury's.

Waitrose has some good deals, especially when they combine with the myWaitrose offers where you choose 10 items from a selection of products to get 20% off.
rivellangel

I did this exact deal around Christmas time and it's worth it. It was a … I did this exact deal around Christmas time and it's worth it. It was a giftcard so the total just slowly went down each time.Waitrose is my nearest supermarket and honestly the prices for branded goods aren't that much different from Sainsbury's.Waitrose has some good deals, especially when they combine with the myWaitrose offers where you choose 10 items from a selection of products to get 20% off.



Ah ok, thanks. A gift card is more palatable.

My only problem then is not having a JL or W here, but in a nearby town. Food for thought though...
In fact, have just done this again as could start the subscription from 25/7 which is when my current one expires.

Thanks OP
Definitely a cracking deal.
Nice one how long is this deal on for ?? And when wold you get the voucher ??
Edited by: "Fanimal" 1st May 2017
or pay £39.99 up front. Then get an even better deal. £50 gift card, £5.25 top cashback and an extra £2.50 Topcashback of you order today. Good deal if it all tracks
manicmidlander

or pay £39.99 up front. Then get an even better deal. £50 gift card, £ … or pay £39.99 up front. Then get an even better deal. £50 gift card, £5.25 top cashback and an extra £2.50 Topcashback of you order today. Good deal if it all tracks


Yes. Paying up front is cheaper
vassy4u

Yes. Paying up front is cheaper


Don't think you get the gift card paying 39.99 if you look it says Subscribe to Radio Times for £39.99 for 26 issues but paying 49.99 it says Subscribe to Radio Times for £49.99 every 26 issues saving 25% PLUS ADDED EXTRA £50 John Lewis Gift card-worth £50.00 but if im wrong please comment

Edited by: "Fanimal" 1st May 2017
Fanimal

Don't think you get the gift card paying 39.99 if you look


Oh yeah.. your rite. The added extra will not be there. Thanks.
manicmidlander

or pay £39.99 up front. Then get an even better deal. £50 gift card, £ … or pay £39.99 up front. Then get an even better deal. £50 gift card, £5.25 top cashback and an extra £2.50 Topcashback of you order today. Good deal if it all tracks


Don't think you get the gift card paying 39.99 if you look it says Subscribe to Radio Times for £39.99 for 26 issues but paying 49.99 it says Subscribe to Radio Times for £49.99 every 26 issues saving 25% PLUS ADDED EXTRA £50 John Lewis Gift card-worth £50.00 but if im wrong please comment

Edited by: "Fanimal" 1st May 2017
manicmidlander

or pay £39.99 up front. Then get an even better deal. £50 gift card, £ … or pay £39.99 up front. Then get an even better deal. £50 gift card, £5.25 top cashback and an extra £2.50 Topcashback of you order today. Good deal if it all tracks

Where's that offer? On the buysubscriptions site it shows the "Added Extra" JL voucher as only with the £49.99 direct debit subscription.
Can I do this to the same address, as the previous time it was on - had a calendar reminder there to cancel the previous direct debit just the other day!
Edited by: "le_jaeger" 1st May 2017
Donuts123

Where's that offer? On the buysubscriptions site it shows the "Added … Where's that offer? On the buysubscriptions site it shows the "Added Extra" JL voucher as only with the £49.99 direct debit subscription.



Donuts123

Where's that offer? On the buysubscriptions site it shows the "Added … Where's that offer? On the buysubscriptions site it shows the "Added Extra" JL voucher as only with the £49.99 direct debit subscription.


If you add to basket the deal is only for £49.99 deal which is shame as I want to pay now not by direct debit...
yup. sorry no gift card with up front payment.
This must be a deal for the posh folk - there's no Waitrose round my way!
thanks!
Few years back when I used John Lewis voucher in Waitrose, they gave change back in Cash. If that still works, then it is great way to get most of the £50 as cash.
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raj75

Few years back when I used John Lewis voucher in Waitrose, they gave … Few years back when I used John Lewis voucher in Waitrose, they gave change back in Cash. If that still works, then it is great way to get most of the £50 as cash.


I believe they still do - apart from at the Quick Check and Quick Pay automated tills.
The letter of the law fellow, the letter!

If you know then you know.
le_jaeger

Can I do this to the same address, as the previous time it was on - had a … Can I do this to the same address, as the previous time it was on - had a calendar reminder there to cancel the previous direct debit just the other day!



This used to work - but Buy Subscriptions appear to have cottoned on
oO

You can use the same address - but may require another name (using the same d/d details as the previous sub)
padamowicz93

The letter of the law fellow, the letter! :DIf you know then you know.



There is no link, sir, however tenuous. Just like the outside glass lift and gun getting through, again!!!!

Seems like a good deal...

If you have a TV guide - you don't need a TV!
if you don't want radio times, you're basicaly just buying a £50 voucher for £49.99
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loadsavmoney

if you don't want radio times, you're basicaly just buying a £50 voucher … if you don't want radio times, you're basicaly just buying a £50 voucher for £49.99


.......which would be pretty pointless, wouldn't it? That's why the words 'Radio Times' appear in the title.
im thick! so you just get back what you pay yes?
Gavin01

im thick! so you just get back what you pay yes?

Basically yes, so if you're not at all interested in the magazine there's not much point. Apart from trying to go for TopCashback cashback maybe.
thanks - ordered
Newbold

.......which would be pretty pointless, wouldn't it? That's why the … .......which would be pretty pointless, wouldn't it? That's why the words 'Radio Times' appear in the title.


no, you would save a penny
good deal if you want the radio times and you were going to shop at waitrose or john lewis anyway tho
Edited by: "loadsavmoney" 1st May 2017
They pay me 1p to have 26 weeks of Radio Times? Yes please!
isn't this deal only because of promo code RTP1717 - risk of TCB being declined???
flaming cold from me. they've had radio times time for £1 deal for a while now. They make there money by making it difficult to cancel renewal.
It's also £39.99 for 6 months if you pay up front by credit card.
What if you cancel within 14 days? (_;)
ASD_NINJA

flaming cold from me. they've had radio times time for £1 deal for a … flaming cold from me. they've had radio times time for £1 deal for a while now. They make there money by making it difficult to cancel renewal.


I never found it difficult cancelling a direct debit oO
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