Free Jabra Sport Wireless+ Headphones (RRP £79.99) with a £16 Runner's World subscription @ National Magazine Company
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Free Jabra Sport Wireless+ Headphones (RRP £79.99) with a £16 Runner's World subscription @ National Magazine Company

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Found 8th Sep 2014
FREE Jabra Sport Wireless+ headphones worth £79.99 when you subscribe to Runner's World for just £16.

What you get :

• Jabra Sport Wireless Plus headphones (RRP £79.99)
• 6 issues of Runners World (normal cover price £4.50 per issue x 6 = £27.00)
• Free 3 month Endomondo Premium subscription. (approx. £2.44 x 3 = £7.32)

Total cost if bought separately £114.31, so saving nearly £100.

Built in FM radio, call answer function, music player controls.

The headphones are currently £99.95 at the Apple Store, £60ish on Amazon & eBay.

A cheap way to purchase some quality wireless headphones - you don’t have to be a runner to wear them! Or, sell for a quick profit.

Limited to first 400 orders, but the Order Line told me if they run out a replacement item of similar quality and value will be sent. Also, that the free gift is received within 28 days.

Order online, or by phone 0844 848 1601quoting code 1RW10356.

"01858 438844 is the non-0844 number for Hearst Publications as confirmed by saynoto0870.com" (Thanks obwan2014)

Details are in the October Issue of Runner's World magazine, pages 104 & 105

Mixed reviews if paying full price, but for £16...

EDIT: Maybe £4 Quidco, too? ( thanks cARdbOArdmuNKey)

##EDIT##:
Here are the Terms & Conditions from the ad in the mag: imgur.com/LFy…Y5i

Here are the Terms & Conditions from the website order page: imgur.com/h4j…KOL (thanks phil001)

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Original Poster

[img]http://www.jabra.com/~/media/PIM/Product%20Images/Jabra%20Sport%20Wireless%20Plus/Ecom/Jabra_Sport_wireless_plus_01.png?h=360[/img]





Edited by: "ukkit" 23rd Oct 2014

Don't forget £4 quidco!

Original Poster

Headphone details here: jabra.co.uk/Pro…RT_
Edited by: "ukkit" 8th Sep 2014

There's possibly a reason they're giving these away... have a look at the reviews here: store.apple.com/uk/…pod

I've also used them myself and I wasn't impressed by them... They could be useful for selling for profit though... that is true.

Does anyone know how easy it is to cancel this subscription?

Original Poster

[img]http://ee.jabra.com/~/media/1F0B4F918AEE42CF80B74F00F90B96BF.ashx?w=239&h=239&as=1[/img]

williammatthewjackson

Does anyone know how easy it is to cancel this subscription?



Direct Debit subscriptions may be cancelled by providing 28 days' prior notice.

11. What if I want a refund?

If you want to cancel your subscription within the first 14 days of ordering it then please email hearst@subscription.co.uk or call our customer care centre on (UK) 0844 8481601, If a gift is included as part of the subscription offer, we reserve the right to request the return of the gift/value of the gift in the event of an early cancellation of the subscription.

Plus it looks to be £16 or 6 mths subscription

Original Poster

williammatthewjackson

There's possibly a reason they're giving these away... have a look at the … There's possibly a reason they're giving these away... have a look at the reviews here: http://store.apple.com/uk/product/HD660ZM/A/jabra-sport-wireless-headphones-ae-for-iphone-ipad-or-ipodI've also used them myself and I wasn't impressed by them... They could be useful for selling for profit though... that is true.Does anyone know how easy it is to cancel this subscription?



Fair point, as you've tested them yourself. On the Apple link shows negative feedback is from just 2 users, at a retail price of £99.95.
Edited by: "ukkit" 8th Sep 2014

Hmm I never had any complaints with Jabra for many years. Tempted.

Original Poster

"If you want to cancel your subscription within the first 14 days of ordering it then please email hearst@subscription.co.uk or call our customer care centre on (UK) 0844 8481601, If a gift is included as part of the subscription offer, we reserve the right to request the return of the gift/value of the gift in the event of an early cancellation of the subscription.

[b]Plus it looks to be £16 or 6 mths subscription"


Thanks. Terms & Conditions in the magazine say "After the first 6 months, your subscription will continue at the low rate of £16 every 6 months."

Edited by: "ukkit" 8th Sep 2014

ukkit

"If you want to cancel your subscription within the first 14 days of … "If you want to cancel your subscription within the first 14 days of ordering it then please email hearst@subscription.co.uk or call our customer care centre on (UK) 0844 8481601, If a gift is included as part of the subscription offer, we reserve the right to request the return of the gift/value of the gift in the event of an early cancellation of the subscription.[b]Plus it looks to be £16 or 6 mths subscription"Thanks. Terms & Conditions in the magazine say "After the first 6 months, your subscription will continue at the low rate of £16 every 6 months."



So basically if you want to cancel, you have to phone them up 5 months into the subscription as it says 28 days cancellation notice?

thanks OP, just orderd

No you will be able to cancel at the end of the first month

Ordered, thanks for the heads up. I am assuming let the £16 go, cancel the dd and drop them am email, get 6 magazines, headphones (which I almost paid $100 for 6 months ago) for a one off £16 - not a bad deal at all!

Ordered, thanks OP. I'll give the mags to a mate - was looking for some A2DP phones for handsfree....

Regardless if any other reason they look bloody orrible

link?

Original Poster

serialkillazzs

link?



Not sure what you mean. Try 'GET DEAL' and see post #3

Great deal really....fairly decent read....some good training and nutrition info (too many ads, but that is standard for most print publications!).....and a headset that is not the worst....Thanks OP....gone for it, and will cancel after the £16 dd taken......no worries!

Are the earphones any good let's say compared to 20-25 pound sets e10,cx300ii,gro2be etc

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atif199

Are the earphones any good let's say compared to 20-25 pound sets … Are the earphones any good let's say compared to 20-25 pound sets e10,cx300ii,gro2be etc



How to compare? Are those other earphones wireless? Do they have play/skip/call functions & an FM radio built in? Can they be sold again straight away for £40+ profit, or used then sold again later for more than what you paid? It depends what you want to take from this deal.

Go for about £40 plus on eBay so easy £20 a suppose

Can't see any mention of the headphones on the Quidco link

xp_version1

Can't see any mention of the headphones on the Quidco link



Doesn't link you to the right page either. There is no quidco in my opinion.

I'll do it the long way then and try raising a manual claim tomorrow. To be fair, the loss of £4 cashback doesn't really make this any less of a deal to me, 'specially as a runner in need of a less battered pair of headphones.

I can't find National magazine Company on Quidco?

I suspect the main risk here is not being in the first 400 - the "replacement item of similar quality and value" seldom ever is. But you might get lucky.

I haven't been running for about 15 years but like the Bluetooth earphones so ordered, thanks OP

All you need to do is put your direct debit details in, there is no credit card one off purchase as far as I can see, just whack in DD details and they take 16 quid.

Worst case then you're still covered by the distance selling regs surely?

Original Poster

Ronnyuk

I haven't been running for about 15 years but like the Bluetooth … I haven't been running for about 15 years but like the Bluetooth earphones so ordered, thanks OPAll you need to do is put your direct debit details in, there is no credit card one off purchase as far as I can see, just whack in DD details and they take 16 quid.



Yes, DD only. I ordered mine by phone, and all they took was the DD details. They didn't ask for the long card number.

premierfella

I suspect the main risk here is not being in the first 400 - the … I suspect the main risk here is not being in the first 400 - the "replacement item of similar quality and value" seldom ever is. But you might get lucky.



Where does it mention that sorry?

Ordered mine - thanks for this find! So - how does one cancel this? Can I just cancel the DD or do I need to contact Hearstmagazine?

ordered and thanks!

Thanks OP - just ordered

First post ive done, its just to comment on these headphones, I've had many a bluetooth headphones, as im into my fitness, these had to be the worse ones i've ever had, sweat resistant? nope, comfortable? not in the slightest, give me ear fatigue within a half hour, dropping out of your ear all the time, also, kept dropping out of connection, i wouldnt give £10 for these.

Original Poster

paza12

Where does it mention that sorry?



In the description above. 400 limit is from T&Cs in the printed magazine, replacement offered if run out confirmed by sales rep on the order line.

gone for some, cheers. fed up of wires, so these should be great.

how do you find this via quid co to get the extra £4?

Thanks for the post - for £16, its worth a punt IMO. I was looking to give the subs as a gift so its a bonus to see a freebie thrown in as well.

For those not interested in the headset but find the magazine useful, you could do the quidco route for cash back and sign up to their 3 issues for £3 deal.;) it should result in a profit of £1 provided you cancel in time after the three issues.

Thanks, been looking for Bluetooth headphones for while i am at the gym, its annoying when the cable of headphones gets wrapped around the handle on the weight machines.
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