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All The Financial Times Deals, Discounts & Sales for November 2018

Amex / Financial Times offer - Spend £30, get £25 back
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Found 8th SepFound 8th Sep
Only valid for the first 20k members who save. Hopefully it helps an FT reader out there :D Terms: Spend must be billed to your Card account by 26/10/2018, to be eligible for… Read more
markwigg

Doh..Misread the weekly price thinking that was the monthly price

palcsaky

Digital daily subscription for 1 month costs exactly £30

napolimp

Brilliant, thanks a lot.

johnny_storm

Cold to me. They are foolish to be behind a pay wall, so now they have to do some slight of hand where you pay and they give it back to get pretend subscribers. No. Let them go under.

markwigg

The site says "You can pay either by debit card, credit card or with PayPal. All subscriptions are charged monthly, quarterly or annually and will renew automatically unless you cancel." so you'd need to buy a quarterly or annual subscription to get it over £30 in one transaction. You will only qualify for the Amex offer if the single transaction meets the min spend criteria in this case £30

Financial Times digital edition 50% off - 1 year £137.80
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Found 26th JulFound 26th Jul
Equivalent to £2.65 per week - normal price £5.35 a week. Includes weekday and weekend editions. I couldn't get this to extend my current subscription, but this might help someone … Read more
psychoid

buy two articles.... get one free.

psychoid

at the supermarket your basket of preselected good are waiting " no wait a minute i don't want that, or that, or that one either. what's going on? it's full of stuff that is of no use to me. can't i just select what i want?" "not at this supermarket mate" sneered the assistant " we got stuff that's got to go"

Fullerene

The FT is an excellent paper but unfortunately this is not a subscription to the e paper. For that you need to pay £8.60 per week but given the weekend edition is £3.90 that is not too bad. I think this is just access to the website, briefings etc.

Regprentice

FT is behind a Paywall but you can usually Google the title of the article and Google will bring back the text of the article. Like a lot of sites it's really just the comments sections that are worth reading...the FT stopped being a serious newspaper some time ago and is now mainly filled with advertorial for businesses issuing debt or going for IPOs.

discount4cash

me thanks made more money reading this than any hot deals here

Free access to FT.com on 9th September
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Found 8th Sep 2015Found 8th Sep 2015
Free access to ft.com for one day.
plunet

Although I wouldn't pay the regular prices, the FT is great news source and although I don't need the city stuff in such detail it avoids the need to wade through pointless celebrity tittle-tattle

ukwestspeed

Also 4 weeks for £1 which is very good http://membership.ft.com/pearsonoffer. Apparently yopu could do this several times if you have multiple accounts

pothole

I have not yet been able to access an article that I want to read via this method. Gave up years ago. lol

frakker

I agree, which is why this is a decent freebie. However, you can sometimes bypass their paywall by copying and pasting an article's title into Google, then clicking on it through there.

cheekyangus

It's not Murdoch, never has been. It used to be owned by Pearson who do educational publications/books and they've just sold it to the Japanese company Nikkei who are a business media group. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-33636321

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Teach Yourself Mandarin Language Course in The Times Saturday - Get it Free (Download - plus French, Italian & Spanish)
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Found 7th Oct 2011Found 7th Oct 2011
Teach Yourself Mandarin Language Course in The Times Saturday OK - the others have already been in the paper previosu weeks - so i am assuming (rightly i hope !) that the Mandari… Read more
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MacGyverUS

你的地点在那?

terrystan

帮助我,我被关押人质在manderin语言学校

cb-uk

Excellent! Master this and you'll be able to communicate with civil servants and local government staff ;)

dealmeup

我不会说普通话。。。凉

happypower

大热

4 Weeks Trial For £1 @ The Financial Times
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Found 23rd Feb 2011Found 23rd Feb 2011
I got a leaflet mentioning this with my Economist subscription. - Call 0800 2983854 and quote trial offer 648 - Visit www.ft.com/trialoffer648 Offer available until 31.08.2011 … Read more
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mk-donald

Seems normal: eg they only took my £1 in the middle of March, whereas my sub had started 2 weeks earlier. PLUS having cancelled any ongoing sub about 10 days into the 4wks/£1, they then send me an email offering me "as a recent leaver" another 4 weeks for £1, with a £5 M&S voucher within 1.5months. So I've just signed up for that too. Have to say I can't believe many private individuals would pay £2/£2.50 for their daily/weekend copy of the paper. I got it as part of my 'office perks' for about 15 years and value reading it then, but can't see £2+ of attraction anymore. MKD

cooldude01

Trial offer started, but money not deducted from my bank account ? Anyone else had a similar issue ? Direct debit is already setup.

brt1000

This is also available online: https://www.ftlatest.com/bs-trial1-2009/default.asp? I cancelled after 2 weeks and got email offering me another 4 weeks for £1 plus £5 M&S voucher!

OKnotOK

FT is the only newspaper really worth reading. Everything else you can get pretty much the same news on the BBC - with the same tired angles. The FT - whether you agree with it or not - offers a fresh perspective and is much much better for world news than the rest of the UK press. £1 for 4 weeks is a great offer (although this offer is available fairly regularly and they have been handing out fliers around tube stations for weeks).

Regprentice

Ft.com is now a paid service. Generally this paper sub also comes with free access to the website, including historical info for 5years. If you can be bothered you can usually avoid paying by searching the google or bing cache for articles

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Free Financial Times e-paper, No Registration, Purchase or Email Required
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Found 12th Feb 2010Found 12th Feb 2010
I have found a way to get free FT ePaper online. Normally you have to pay £2 per issue at the newsagents. Page updated at 5am everyday Steps: 1. Go to google.com 2. Search for "… Read more
pratikvats

Stopped working for me too; oh well, it was nice while it lasted.

Newbold

Me too - the Google link looks to have disappeared. What a surprise!

johnnydesilva

Stopped working for me! Anbody else?

Madmont

Works fine, nice find! Shame the viewer software crashed my pc though when I first had a go of it!

StudentGrant

Still working, great. Ta! Also appears that if you go straight to FT website it allows you to view one article for free, and if you keep 'clearing recent history' to delete FT cookies you can go to other articles without being blocked! ..:thumbsup:

Lunch with the FT - friend eats for just £5 (inc Michelin starred restaurants)
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Found 19th Jan 2010Found 19th Jan 2010
The FT are running another 'Lunch with the FT' promo. This allows you to eat out at a number of really swanky restaurants with somebody else and the 2nd person just pays £5 for the… Read more
t0m

Shame it's not on the offer..!

gal2792t

The Fat Duck is really good

royals

makes me laugh though......london for all its size and restaurants has ONE michelin 3 star restaurant...... a little village near me called bray, maidenhead has (hopefully still has ) TWO - waterside inn and the fat duck

t0m

T&Cs: Lunch with the FT and Take a Friend for a Fiver Promotion – Terms and Conditions * These are the terms and conditions on which you agree to participate in the Lunch with the FT and Take a Friend for a Fiver promotion (the “Promotion”). References in these terms and conditions to “FT” or the “Promoter” refers to The Financial Times Limited. These terms and conditions include all instructions of how to take part in the Promotion. * This Promotion entitles FT readers (“Readers”) to take a friend for lunch for £5 when the Reader pays full price at any of the participating restaurants listed in the Financial Times newspaper or online at [url]www.ft.com/lunch[/url]. * The Promotion will run from Saturday 16 January 2010 until Friday 12 February 2010 inclusive (“Promotion Period”). Participating Readers must have booked and eaten their discounted lunch during the Promotion Period. * To participate in the Promotion, Readers must collect three tokens from the FT newspaper per pair dining (Two Tokens will be printed in every FT Weekend edition and one Token will be printed in every weekday edition throughout the Promotion Period) and pre-book at a participating restaurant quoting "Lunch with the FT". Bookings are on a first come first served basis and are subject to availability. Tokens will be collected by the restaurants. * All the restaurants listed have agreed to participate in the Promotion at the Promotional price in clause 7. Any enquiries relating to a participating restaurant should be taken up directly with the restaurant concerned. * Counterfeit, photocopied or otherwise reproduced vouchers, or defaced vouchers will not be accepted by restaurants. Restaurants reserve the right to refuse to honour the Promotion if they feel that the Tokens have been obtained by such means. Neither the Promoter nor the restaurants can accept any responsibility for lost, stolen or damaged vouchers. * The discount will be calculated for two people dining as follows: (i) the total food bill for the table at menu prices will be halved; (ii) a £5 food charge will be added for the second diner; (iii) drinks and coffee will be charged as normal; and (iv) the standard service charge will be added. * Tables may order from any available standard table d'hôte ('set') menu as well as from the à la carte menu. Every à la carte diner must order at least two courses, including one main. * The offer is available for tables of 2, 4, 6 and upwards (at the restaurant's discretion) provided that the requisite multiple of tokens (3 per pair dining) is produced. * This offer does not apply to any special promotional menus (and any alcohol-inclusive menu shall be deemed to be such a menu). This offer may not be used in conjunction with any other offer. * The Promoter reserves the right to vary or amend this Promotion and Readers agree that no liability shall attach to the Promoter as a result thereof. * All details and descriptions relating to the Promotion have been supplied by the participating restaurants and are believed to be correct at the time of going to print. Neither the Promoter, nor its agents, can accept any responsibility for any discrepancies, inaccuracies or misconceptions given or construed. * Any dispute or complaint must, in the first instance, be brought to the attention of the restaurant. The Promoter is happy to investigate any unresolved problems. However, it cannot be held responsible for the actions of the restaurant. * The Reader accepts that it may be necessary for FT to withdraw the participation of certain restaurants from the Promotion during the Promotion Period and any such changes will be updated on the list of restaurants at [url]www.ft.com/lunch[/url]. * To the fullest extent that may be excluded by the law, the Promoter and its agents (including Harden’s Limited) accept no responsibility for or any liability arising from any persons taking part in the Promotion. All activities are undertaken at the Reader’s (and the Reader’s companions’) own risk. The Promoter gives no warranty or guarantee in relation to the services supplied by the restaurants. * The Promotion and Tokens are non-transferable and there is no cash alternative. * Readers will be entitled to take advantage of the Promotion as many times as they wish within the Promotional Period. * This Promotion shall be governed by English Law and participants agree that the courts of England and Wales shall have exclusive jurisdiction. * Promoter: The Financial Times Limited, Number One Southwark Bridge, London SE1 9HL. Registered number in England and Wales 227590

The Financial Times 4 weeks for £1  saving over £23 on the paper alone
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Found 8th May 2009Found 8th May 2009
Try the Financial Times newspaper, the definitive business resource, for 4 weeks for only £1. You'll benefit from premium delivery or flexible vouchers, and unlimited access to FT.… Read more
Colonelpanic

Finally had something yesterday. I immediately replied to cancel, and they sent me two emails saying that I'd successfully cancelled! Just wonder if I get the vouchers now.

Colonelpanic

Two weeks and five days later, I've heard nothing from FT!

robot1000

Anyone know how to cancel?

maxmix

Sounds as though this is cheaper than Andrex ! Good find ;-) maxmix

vishy01234

Ouch ... roasting hot :)

4 Weeks of Financial Times for Only £1
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Found 14th Oct 2008Found 14th Oct 2008
First posted over a year ago - Deal now back. Try the FT and FT.com, the definitive business resource, for 4 weeks for only £1. You'll benefit from premium delivery or flexible vo… Read more
ms2005

I'd live happily on my £8,500,000 pension pot. Oh wait that's just that coward Goodwin!

teerex

Yeah, think of all the experts' opinions we'll be able to use to become fat cats or, more likely, penniless!!! :-D

mk-donald

If you've done this before... they had become a lot stricter about allowing you to do it again within a certain timeframe - one year from memory - so do be prepared to possibly be disappointed if you're a repeat freeloader/cheapskate with them (as I know from personal experience).

ms2005

Look on the bright side, they should have some pretty good tips on shares to buy!!!

4 Weeks of the Financial Times Delivered to your door (by 7am) for £1
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Found 15th Feb 2008Found 15th Feb 2008
Get 4 weeks of the Financial Times delivered to your door by 7am for just £1! Alternatively, they will send you vouchers to collect it from a Newsagent. Not sure you may need to … Read more
theclaw

Even if you do forget to cancel, you cancel at anytime and they will refund everything you have already paid pro rata, so unless you forget for a couple of months it wont be too bad. "You may cancel your subscription at any time by contacting our Customer Services team on 0800 028 1407 and FT will refund you on a pro rata basis"

Spykey

be careful? :?:?:?:?

dougys123

good deal if used correctly - be careful

snowtiger

Go careful as you have to commit to a big subscription ...................................... if you dont cancel in time it will cost a fortune !:)

mk-donald

I am sure you will find which offer they make will depend on your postcode which you have to enter to get the offer(s) displayed. I think it's only within the M25 that they do their delivery service. BUT otherwise you can still get a booklet of 4 weeks of daily coupons (only one per weekend as only one 'Weekend FT' on Sat). Also remember they NOW only allow you do ONE of these £1 offers per year (or so they told me politely when I phoned up - 0800 - to cancel my last trial subscription - which they sent me!).

Four week trial of the FT for £1
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Found 18th Oct 2007Found 18th Oct 2007
A 4 week trial of The FT for £1. I received this in the post and it did say its a personal offer but checking a few postcodes online all worked. Use the link or phone 0800298 3852 … Read more
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toshiba

really hot deal

wolvesinwales

Its vouchers so you have to call in a shop to collect a paper but in my experience shops rarely know the difference between the FT and the Times.

mekon

If it's delivered to work is it in a plastic bag with your name on ? Otherwise the early birds will wander off with it.

alchemistkevin

Heated and repped - hvnt seen an offer this fantastic for some time... :)

Goldstino

Thanks. Just ordered some vouchers.

4 Weeks of Financial Times for only £1
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Found 20th May 2007Found 20th May 2007
Try the FT and FT.com, the definitive business resource, for 4 weeks for only £1. You'll benefit from premium delivery or flexible vouchers, and subscriber-only access to FT.com. … Read more
haxor

Or even the Sunday Sport:whistling:

ade2j

Better if it was "The Times" else i'd order it.

emmajk42

Thanks :w00t: Didn't know that one!!

robot1000

Do Your Own Research

emmajk42

Dyor?

FT.com - £1 a week (47% Off)
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Found 11th Nov 2006Found 11th Nov 2006
Subscribe to FT.com for just £1 a week and get the world's most authoritative business, company and industry news, plus powerful business tools from rapid-search archives to custom… Read more
gary_rip

Thanks for that - i thought it might of been obvious with the .com but i wasn't sure! :thumbsup:

emmajk42

Thanks for the extra info highskies. :thumbsup: Welcome to HotUKDeals!!!

highskies

This is for online access only, not print.

gary_rip

Thats there sales talk... Not sure if this is of any use to anyone but you never know. This is an offer from First Direct. Normal price is £98.99 a year.