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Mail Plus - £1 for 30 day trial, receive £5 to spend at Sainsbury's, Argos and eBay (Nectar points)

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Posted 25th Apr

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Obviously Daily Mail is not a lot of people's first choice of paper, however with this you spend £1 for a 30 day trial, and receive £5 to spend at Sainsbury's, Argos and eBay.

Presumably £5 is credited in Nectar points.

£1 for 30 days, then £10.99 a month thereafter.

To cancel you need to call 0345 071 2721, unfortunately no apparent option to cancel online.

Direct Debit not required, can be paid with a credit card.
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Deal is hot but what's the price of morality?

Whilst the OP deserves heat as it's a good deal I'm glad that it's going Baltic.
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Pay by PayPal and then just cancel the recurring payment authorisation
matrich161025/04/2020 14:52

Pay by PayPal and then just cancel the recurring payment authorisation


Good call.

I'm going to ring them in the week, see if I can cancel now and still get the £5...
Deal is hot but what's the price of morality?

Whilst the OP deserves heat as it's a good deal I'm glad that it's going Baltic.
ggfergy25/04/2020 15:21

Deal is hot but what's the price of morality? Whilst the OP deserves heat …Deal is hot but what's the price of morality? Whilst the OP deserves heat as it's a good deal I'm glad that it's going Baltic.


Haha, I knew the nature of the subject would be divisive.
How is there anything but benefit in taking their money instead of giving it to them? As long as you cancel the payment permission, we're quids in and they're not.
How do you get the fiver?
Afraid I voted cold on instinct, but this isn't bad if you cancel before the second payment goes out - I would think the offer is costing them more than a pound per person to run. Wouldn't forgive myself if I forgot to cancel though! Should be easy to cancel the approval through Paypal, as mentioned above. As much as I'm not a Daily Heil reader, Michael Crick, who jumped ship from Channel 4 a while back, is good.

They've hidden it away very well, but it does like the fiver is credited in Nectar points, according to the terms and conditions. Right at the bottom: mailplus.co.uk/ter…ons. Will think about it. Thanks OP and sorry for voting cold
If you are new subscriber then please note the following information regarding the 1000 nectar points promotion:

If you have just signed up for the £1 first month Mail+ offer you will automatically receive a credit of 1000 nectar points (worth £5) to your Nectar account if:

A. You are a new Mail + subscriber
B. You are one of the first 50,000 sign ups.
C. You have a MyMail account with linked Nectar card.

Your 1000 Nectar points will be credited directly to your Nectar account (view at nectar.com ) sometime during your trial period.

The points are worth £5 and can be used to purchase the voucher of your choice on the MyMail or Nectar websites or redeemed in Sainsbury’s by swiping your Nectar card at the checkout after previously registering your card on a purchase transaction.
It's a hot deal but for me I dont think £5 is enough for them to pay me to buy the mail lol ...
I have some standards lol
TGPips25/04/2020 15:27

Haha, I knew the nature of the subject would be divisive.


Divisive? Hardly - not a lot of division here. Looks remarkably like a one way street!
Heat
They're paying us . So you don't have to read it
Bought by liberal media, so it will become the same anti democracy, anti British propaganda as the rest
Ian_C1325/04/2020 23:03

Bought by liberal media, so it will become the same anti democracy, anti …Bought by liberal media, so it will become the same anti democracy, anti British propaganda as the rest


What?
"Obviously Daily Mail is not a lot of people's first choice of paper" hahaha obvs it is, look at the sales figures
simmobb226/04/2020 07:23

"Obviously Daily Mail is not a lot of people's first choice of paper" …"Obviously Daily Mail is not a lot of people's first choice of paper" hahaha obvs it is, look at the sales figures


There are two groups. One group who buy it, and another group which includes within it a lot of people who don’t, and they would consider it not their first choice of paper.
Edited by: "TGPips" 26th Apr
Do you get the daily Nectar Points on the digital edition as well?
ChipsBigbowl26/04/2020 17:01

Do you get the daily Nectar Points on the digital edition as well?


I'll look on the app now. It's normally on the back page isn't it?

Today it has the Mail on Sunday digital edition on there, the back page doesn't have it at the bottom... Is it normally on just weekday issues?

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Hope doing a screenshot of it is allowed...?
Signed up with PayPal, will claim the points and cancel.
Robot_Devil02/05/2020 12:09

Signed up with PayPal, will claim the points and cancel.


Did you get the points in the end?
Not yet, have made a note to cancel before the 30 days are up
I rang up today to cancel mine.

Nice and easy, the guy said the second payment was due to come out on 25/5, but now that won't happen, and I can still read it until then.

Confirmed the £5 is paid in Nectar points, which should be credited within 30 days, presumably 30 days from first activating the offer.
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As Shaun Ryder once said, "it's dare!"
TGPips08/05/2020 16:25

[Image] As Shaun Ryder once said, "it's dare!"


Hello how long did it take for points to appear please ?
angel201119/05/2020 11:54

Hello how long did it take for points to appear please ?


Posted deal on 25/4, got points on 8/5, so about two weeks...
I’ve had mine credited today, signed up on the 30th.
I've also had my subscription extended for a month for free so will cancel next month.
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