One year of National Geographic magazine + FREE Fleece Jacket - £15 @ NationalGeographic.com
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One year of National Geographic magazine + FREE Fleece Jacket - £15 @ NationalGeographic.com

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Found 16th Feb 2012
Seems to be a good deal,. I had an annual subscription previously for £12, this is certainly better than the renewal price which was £18, and you get the free Fleece Jacket as well. Magazine is well worth if you are into photojournalism etc.
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Thanks!! Subscribed.
Don't do it for the jacket. I wasn't the only one that thought it was poor quality, badly shaped and thin
Agree on the jacket, it's just a freebie. Mag itself is worth IMO.
pressie for my dad thakns
Ditto about jacket. Excellent magazine though
Unfortunately the National Geographic mags are quite literally packed with adverts thesedays. I'd probably say close to half of each magazine is filled with adverts. I contemplated such a deal late last year, until I flicked through these mags more thoroughly whilst in store, and you're probably just better off reading articles on the internet for free.
Great magazine especially at this price, just a pity that nearly every page has an advertisement after it.
Got this without the fleece for £12, money well spent.

Great Magazine, awful thin shapeless jacket.

Bargain
Flicked though one of these in the Doctors the other day some brill articles and photos but half of the Mag was adverts.
Can anyone tell me what the service is like? Do you get a magazine each month, or is it unreliable?
TGHunter

Unfortunately the National Geographic mags are quite literally packed … Unfortunately the National Geographic mags are quite literally packed with adverts thesedays. I'd probably say close to half of each magazine is filled with adverts. I contemplated such a deal late last year, until I flicked through these mags more thoroughly whilst in store, and you're probably just better off reading articles on the internet for free.




sonygeezer

Flicked though one of these in the Doctors the other day some brill … Flicked though one of these in the Doctors the other day some brill articles and photos but half of the Mag was adverts.



Guys - I'm gonna state my guess - at some time you've been or will be employed.

How is it possible to employ people, and provide them means for their daily bread, if you don't have cash coming in - in the first place.

Magazines like national geographic, give us access to knowledge/places/understanding that is simply worth the inconvenience of those adverts.

All of that access, to 'worlds' most of us would've never seen or understood (there is a difference between what you find in documentaries and in the detailed, nuanced articles of the magazine). Smartphones, tablets and on-line info. - all great, but it is not the same as a printed page in ways that matter.

The wealth of such high quality (often first hand) knowledge and we are talking about £12-£15. For an entire 12 months.

No - I do not work for, nor am I affiliated indirectly with NG. I just am thoughtful about a time where print media is literally drowning (in terms of uptake) when compared to things X-factor and the poorer quality soaps on TV.

Darwin and Attenborough just to name two.










Edited by: "Libertas" 19th Feb 2012
Has another year rolled by already? Damn.

Still that fleece smells like plastic death.
£15, just like it usually is.
Anyone know where to get this for £12 without the fleece?
You can also get a year's subscription for £11 in Tesco Clubcard vouchers:
Tesco Clubcard Deal
Libertas

Guys - I'm gonna state my guess - at some time you've been or will be … Guys - I'm gonna state my guess - at some time you've been or will be employed.How is it possible to employ people, and provide them means for their daily bread, if you don't have cash coming in - in the first place.Magazines like national geographic, give us access to knowledge/places/understanding that is simply worth the inconvenience of those adverts.All of that access, to 'worlds' most of us would've never seen or understood (there is a difference between what you find in documentaries and in the detailed, nuanced articles of the magazine). Smartphones, tablets and on-line info. - all great, but it is not the same as a printed page in ways that matter.The wealth of such high quality (often first hand) knowledge and we are talking about £12-£15. For an entire 12 months.No - I do not work for, nor am I affiliated indirectly with NG. I just am thoughtful about a time where print media is literally drowning (in terms of uptake) when compared to things X-factor and the poorer quality soaps on TV.Darwin and Attenborough just to name two.



Totally agree. Especially the X-factor bit.:D
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