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Free Unlimited Magazines for Two Months @ Readly
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Found 2nd Dec 2017Found 2nd Dec 2017
Was looking for a promo code for Readly and came across this from a T3 article . Readly is an online service that lets you read as many titles as you like from its 2000+ titles. Y… Read more
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Just to add another positive review of Readly. Great range of Mags plus a few weekly newspapers. Well worth trying.

paulmb20163rd Dec

You can cancel straight away and still get the 2 months, the message is …You can cancel straight away and still get the 2 months, the message is there to stop you from doing it.



slipd5th Dec

Thanks OP! Is it okay to subscribe, cancel and still enjoy the benefits? I …Thanks OP! Is it okay to subscribe, cancel and still enjoy the benefits? I might to forget to cancel otherwise


Well, according to the former/above, you can ... lol.

Thanks OP! Is it okay to subscribe, cancel and still enjoy the benefits? I might to forget to cancel otherwise

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donkeydavid7 h, 46 m ago

Thanks for this. Didn't know this existed! Also only £7-99 a month after …Thanks for this. Didn't know this existed! Also only £7-99 a month after the 2 months free. Well worth it.


Have only been using it for a couple of days and i'm sure i'll be carrying on with the subscription after the trial. The app works brilliantly on my ne £50 Kindle Fire HD 8 :-)

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Sir_Deadpool_of_Awesome11 h, 23 m ago

Been using Readly for the past 18 months and find it to be superb value. …Been using Readly for the past 18 months and find it to be superb value. Print magazines are so expensive these days that a monthly sub is often less than the price of two of the mags I regularly read (Games TM and Play mainly) I tried the free trial of Magzster in the summer but found the choice to be not quite as good (although, still decent) but the readly interface and page navigation is far superior in my opinion. Also you can create multiple user profiles so you can have separate favourites and page bookmarks, as well as obviously sharing the cost with others. Good find, have some heat.


Thanks! I noticed that Readly had a lot of very positive reviews around the web so was determined to find the best trial offer. Loving it so far :-)
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2 months Readly subscription for FREE (worth £7.99 each month) for up to 5 devices
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Found 11th Oct 2017Found 11th Oct 2017
A deal was sent to me for Readly who have rekindled their 2 months free offer, as seen on MoneySaving Expert. Sign up today and get 2 months free subscription for up to 5 devices,… Read more
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Thanks OP I love it!

Try your local online library for free newspapers and magazines

Cheers!
Readly 1 month subscription for £1
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Found 14th Jul 2017Found 14th Jul 2017
I got this last time it was around and actually stuck with it untill May this year because it's so good, even for £7.99 per month as you can use on up to 5 devices each with a sepa… Read more
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Stendhal14th Jul

Looks intriguing but the lack of a search function to quickly check if I …Looks intriguing but the lack of a search function to quickly check if I would have access to the 2 or 3 magazines I'd actually read is pretty poor from a sales point of view. I have live subscriptions with these magazines so I'd happily sign up to Readly as it would be more economical. I've checked the titles in the business and finance category and my magazines don't appear but a search bar would be better as I might be looking in the wrong places.Also, in the FAQ, it says you can try 14 days for free so not really sure why I'd bother paying a quid for an extra 14 days as you'd probably just make your mind up either way within the 14 days.

You can search for magazines or even keywords within mags and it brings them all back.

Looks good...heat

Stendhal

Looks intriguing but the lack of a search function to quickly check if I … Looks intriguing but the lack of a search function to quickly check if I would have access to the 2 or 3 magazines I'd actually read is pretty poor from a sales point of view. I have live subscriptions with these magazines so I'd happily sign up to Readly as it would be more economical. I've checked the titles in the business and finance category and my magazines don't appear but a search bar would be better as I might be looking in the wrong places.Also, in the FAQ, it says you can try 14 days for free so not really sure why I'd bother paying a quid for an extra 14 days as you'd probably just make your mind up either way within the 14 days.


Which mags are you looking for?

I'm on a months trial at the moment with them, can definitely recommend.

Qrunch

Standard price is too much I reckon but this is hot



Just read 2-3 mags a month and Readly is likely to be cheaper. Like the Op I took up a trail subscription and have stuck with them ever since. Something I very rarely do.

2 Months Free - Enjoy Unlimited Magazines then £7.99 if you don't cancel - 5 devices
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Found 14th May 2017Found 14th May 2017
This 2 month FREE offer is available for new Readly customers only. Read all of your favourite magazines and over 2,000 top titles - 2 months FREE. If you love magazines, you'll l… Read more
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e-magazines collection via local central library website - free via Zinio app.

Ok thanks for the reply!

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Donzy12

So in theory I could set an account up then cancel and still get my 2 … So in theory I could set an account up then cancel and still get my 2 months worth? call me stupid now, but do you read via an app? Or the Internet on your phone?



8. Do I need to download an app to use Readly?
To read magazines on Readly you will need to download our app to your phone or tablet from the App Store or Google Play Store. You can also read on your computer with our web browser version of Readly at: go.readly.com

Not sure if cancellation is instant or whether you have to put it in a calendar

So in theory I could set an account up then cancel and still get my 2 months worth? call me stupid now, but do you read via an app? Or the Internet on your phone?

wondered why cold. usually free trials going hot. anyone know better deal on similar offer?
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Readly subscription - 1 month free - from Shell
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Found 23rd Jan 2017Found 23rd Jan 2017
Saw this at my local shell where we have a family account. the guy behind the till gave me loads of vouchers but the code is the same for all. valid until 15th March 2017 and can b… Read more
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it worked thanks

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craigsmith3

it's a trial, no need to pay anything.


i meant outside of the trial period

it's a trial, no need to pay anything.

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craigsmith3

Works fantastic,no need for credit card details. Used before. Just create … Works fantastic,no need for credit card details. Used before. Just create new email address and try it out. Readly a very secure and excellent app, used off and on for over a year. Thanks.



Agree. But 7 pounds a month is bit over my limit. Now if it was around 3.50 a month I would sign up

Works fantastic,no need for credit card details. Used before. Just create new email address and try it out. Readly a very secure and excellent app, used off and on for over a year. Thanks.
2 Months FREE Subscription at Readly
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Found 10th Jan 2017Found 10th Jan 2017
If you sign up to Readly today, you pay nothing for 2 months rather than £8 a month. Can cancel before 2 months if you want and won't be charged. Readly is like Spotify for magazi… Read more
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FYI the deal is still valid! Used it today to get two free months.

terriclarkfan

Is there any way to download these as PDFs, or may magazines be viewed … Is there any way to download these as PDFs, or may magazines be viewed only in the browser/app?


No downloads I am afraid, but the Android/iOS apps do have an off-line reading function.

See FAQ here.
Edited by: "SUMMONER" 14th Jan 2017

Is there any way to download these as PDFs, or may magazines be viewed only in the browser/app?

Worked for me, superb deal, OP!

Never buy many magazines again, best thing out there been a subscriber for a year or so now and really enjoy being able to read MOST magazines.

Worth giving it a try out, heat from me.
readly subscription £1
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Found 27th Nov 2016Found 27th Nov 2016
had this come though. £1 for a extra month but you can keep doing it and i'm subscribed till 2021. usally £7.99 a month for unlimited magazines on 5 devices.
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tascheman

Anyone had a refund yet? Logging into website shows subscription ending … Anyone had a refund yet? Logging into website shows subscription ending one month after current subscription ended - but Android and Windows apps shoe subscription running until April 2018. Didn't get an e-mail either.



My refunds came through pretty quickly. You should contact them if they haven't given you those extras months for £1 but you have paid.

lukeyboymac

I'd never heard of readly before - must have been living in a cave. This … I'd never heard of readly before - must have been living in a cave. This glitch has actually gained them a new customer. It's a great service with most of the mags I read. Not sure anything can replace reading a proper mag or going home and seeing your new episode on the doorstep.Thanks OP



The same here, never heard of them and would have never paid £8 a month, but now I've tried it and seen how many magazines are available I think I'll continue my subscription at the full price. I've even bought a bigger tablet to read them on.

Anyone had a refund yet? Logging into website shows subscription ending one month after current subscription ended - but Android and Windows apps shoe subscription running until April 2018. Didn't get an e-mail either.

I'd never heard of readly before - must have been living in a cave. This glitch has actually gained them a new customer. It's a great service with most of the mags I read. Not sure anything can replace reading a proper mag or going home and seeing your new episode on the doorstep.

Thanks OP

ST3123

Everybody, sad news, the dream (of years of bargain priced reading) is … Everybody, sad news, the dream (of years of bargain priced reading) is officially over, I just received this:Refunds incoming, would have been nice but not to be, make sure you all cancel before the first months up!



A pity but we can't say it's not fair. Always worth trying these things. Got a nice months preview though.

Ch1vpH

Same here, gutted!


Yep, same here! Just hope they refund each of the £1 payments.

*sob!*
20% off Readly 6 month and annual subscriptions this weekend only
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Found 11th Nov 2016Found 11th Nov 2016
Thought this was a good deal for a great service. Readly gift card which gives you unlimited all-you-can-read access to over 1,800 magazines - there’s something for everyone! - … Read more
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I had this for 2 months on a buy 1 month get 2nd free. Introduction offer. Must say there's a lot of magazines and worth it but I found I didn't use it enough so cancelled. If the right offer came I would subscribe again and you can share it as well
Readly - magazine colection  2 week free - no credit card needed
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Found 5th Jul 2015Found 5th Jul 2015
2 weeks free access to the magazine library reading for IOS, Win8.1, & Android. Whilst other 4 week offers are around - this deal requires no credit/debit card details and no a… Read more

worked for me. thanks! used the code off my ticket to Reading couple of weeks ago and got free month. just cancelled as well.
2 Months Subscription to Readly free £9.99 thereafter cancel anytime
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Found 8th Jun 2015Found 8th Jun 2015
Readly gives you access to loads of quality magazines, like spotify for magazines. Really nice to read some nice stuff on your iPad instead of endless buzz feed blogs. Has an aweso… Read more

anyone else manged to get two months?

It's got much better since it started as well. when you logon you can now choose different profiles (like Netflix) so I don't get the mother in laws 'Women's Own', the wife's 'Heat, OK etc' or the kids 'beans' in my favourites

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siqass

I got month:Type Start date End … I got month:Type Start date End date Magazines 09/06/2015 08:38 09/07/2015 08:38


I would contact them then because it clearly states 2 months.
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I got month:
Type Start date End date
Magazines 09/06/2015 08:38 09/07/2015 08:38
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heat added, it says free months subscriptions so how do you get two months free?
Readly Magazine App 2 week free trial then £9.99pm
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Found 1st Feb 2015Found 1st Feb 2015
A great app for your iPad that lets you download unlimited magazines across 5 devices for under a tenner a month. A great selection of magazines from a good variety of categories. … Read more
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As Readr has just gone up £1 per month, I reckon I'm going to jump ship to Readly after the 2 week trial, and using the Bespoke offer. The only disadvantage I can see is that Readly cannot be paid for using ITunes credit, whereas Readr can. This means that I won't be able to buy discounted ITunes credit to get the subscription at a reduced price.

Am I correct in this assumption?

Readly is class the bespoke offer is the best

Forgot to add, only reason I went with Magzter is because it has a bigger collections of magazines which Readly doesn't have.

BTW, I believe there is a Bespoke.com deal for £14.99 for 3 months of Readly.com.

Neostar

Seems like a good idea if you read a lot but for I prefer Magzter as they … Seems like a good idea if you read a lot but for I prefer Magzter as they offer a "lite" option for £5 which allows you to choose any 5 magazines every month



I have subscribed to the Magzter and I think their software (Android and Windows are poor in comparison to Readly (on trial). Magzter software doesn't remember the favourite selection of magazines I have added between Android and Win 8, also the user experience to read any articles in Win8 is a nightmare. Oh, customer service?? You can forget that, emailed last Monday and heard nothing back. Appalling!!