"free"  Maps International Classic World Map worth twenty six pounds - £2 p&p Sunday Telegharph
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"free" Maps International Classic World Map worth twenty six pounds - £2 p&p Sunday Telegharph

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Found 1st Jan 2015
Telegraph readers can claim The Maps International Classic World Map, just pay £2.00 p&p.

This map is simply stunning, with its artistic classic-style muted tones. Vintage in style, but fully up-to-date, use this map to reminisce about travels and plan new trips.

Maps International have been making maps since 1965, and their philosophy of 'good cartography' is what they have kept to throughout their 50 year history and will continue to uphold for the next 50 years.

Plus - Telegraph readers can save an exclusive 10% on top of the great savings at mapsinternational.co.uk. *

How to Claim

See the newspaper on Sunday, January 3, 2016.

*Offer is valid until January 24, 2016
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£2 p&p, so not free then?
mld81

£2 p&p, so not free then?



thats why its in quotation marks you doyle!

and in deals not freebees

FFS
Edited by: "miles136" 1st Jan 2015
Regardless whether or not quotation marks are used, any required payment means the item cannot be classed as "free". Each to their own opinion though
Love maps, thanks for the post.
The item is free, you pay for postage....
mld81

Regardless whether or not quotation marks are used, any required payment … Regardless whether or not quotation marks are used, any required payment means the item cannot be classed as "free". Each to their own opinion though


I would wager a large sum of money that you have not been getting your nat king?
it's not free unless you don't have to pay anything to get it. Need to buy the paper and pay p& p , so if your not a telegraph reader the cost to you is £4 or £2 if you nornally buy the telegraph . If you still disagree and think it's free please send me £4 for free
The headline tells all you need to know. Heat added
Will it fit on my TomTom
mld81

Regardless whether or not quotation marks are used, any required payment … Regardless whether or not quotation marks are used, any required payment means the item cannot be classed as "free". Each to their own opinion though


The map is worth £26 so a good deal
pnaylor39

it's not free unless you don't have to pay anything to get it. Need to … it's not free unless you don't have to pay anything to get it. Need to buy the paper and pay p& p , so if your not a telegraph reader the cost to you is £4 or £2 if you nornally buy the telegraph . If you still disagree and think it's free please send me £4 for free


No it will cost £2 as u just go to the link on Saturday the free map will cost u £2 For a £26 map so put in deals and not freebes but will be no good for u as u appear to thick to use or appreciate it
antenna

Will it fit on my TomTom


Nothing fits or works on my tom tom
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