Magazine trial subscription deals. Free gifts + profits :)
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Magazine trial subscription deals. Free gifts + profits :)

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Found 15th Jul 2015
After seeing the National Geographic magazine deals on here, I took a look at some trial deals available, using a combination of trial offers, free gifts and flogging them online, there are profits to be made (and free magazines).

Hope this male orientated list (sorry, couldn't find any for the ladies) helps someone.
I have done this in the past and it worked perfectly.

Gifts are limited availability.

F1 Racing 3 trial issues - magazinesubscriptions.co.uk/mot…ing

Original price - £3
Through Topcashback - 15.75%
Free gift Genuine Mercedes pen - price on ebay in the region of £10
Total price after cashback - £2.52
After selling gift - £7.48 PROFIT approx
PLUS 3 free issues of course

Autosport 6 trial issues - magazinesubscriptions.co.uk/mot…ort

Original price £6
Through Topcashback - 15.75%
Free Adidas Power 2 Backpack, price on ebay £20
Total price after cashback - £5.04
After selling gift - £14.96 profit approx
PLUS 6 free issues of course

Autocar 6 trial issues - magazinesubscriptions.co.uk/mot…car

Original price £6
Through Topcashback - 15.75%
Free Autoglym car care pack, price on ebay £10-15
Total price after cashback - £5.04
After selling gift - £4.96 - 14.96 profit approx
PLUS 6 free issues of course

National Geographic 12 issues -
magazine.co.uk/mag…ine

Original price - £19
Through Topcashback - £4.20
2 x Free Gifts - One size fleece + World wall map
Total price after cashback - £14.80
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I'm guessing you don't pay Ebay or Paypal fees...
Original Poster
Have you ever used ebay and paypal? Of course you pay fees.
The price YOU sell the gifts for is up to YOU, so of course YOUR profits are approx (as it says in the post).
Edited by: "acerace" 15th Jul 2015

Yes - I use them all the time - that's why I am pointing out that your profits assume you don't pay any

acerace

Have you ever used ebay and paypal? Of course you pay fees. The price … Have you ever used ebay and paypal? Of course you pay fees. The price YOU sell the gifts for is up to YOU, so of course YOUR profits are approx (as it says in the post).


Yes - I use them all the time - that's why I am pointing out that your profits assume you don't pay any. So your profits aren't approx at all - get it? Or do you need it demonstrated on an abacus?
Heat for taking the time to post
Original Poster
PlanetP, take time to read both the post and what you have written.
Of course the profits are approximate because how do you know what the selling price will be if you sell something on auction? I'm sure I don't need to explain this to you.
Some people. What is it they say? 'If you can't say something nice...'
acerace

PlanetP, take time to read both the post and what you have written. Of … PlanetP, take time to read both the post and what you have written. Of course the profits are approximate because how do you know what the selling price will be if you sell something on auction? I'm sure I don't need to explain this to you. Some people. What is it they say? 'If you can't say something nice...'


OK - my last one on this topic, as you clearly have the blinkers on. You specify a price or a price range in your listing. Your post simply needs to recognise that you don't sell on ebay without charges - a £15 sale for example will incur £2.21 fees (Paypal & Ebay combined) - which is not insignificant - so maybe give a little heads up on that - and don't be so precious when someone points out an oversight on your listing.
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And maybe a little less sarcasm when you comment on people's posts would go a long way.
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