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Radio Times, The Economist, Women's Fitness and more Magazine Subscriptions £1+ plus £4 Quidco @ iSubscribe
Radio Times, The Economist, Women's Fitness and more Magazine Subscriptions £1+ plus £4 Quidco @ iSubscribe

Radio Times, The Economist, Women's Fitness and more Magazine Subscriptions £1+ plus £4 Quidco @ iSubscribe

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£4 Quidco applies to all direct debit subscriptions.

Terms do state 12 month minimum contract which usualy still works out a bargain, certainly cheaper than store bought.

However, I just subscribe to introductory offer and then cancel direct debit/ subscription after first payment and have never had any problems doing this several+ times.

Many magazines available - the following are just a few;

Radio Times - 12 issues - £1.....ensure you select the correct region.

The Economist - 6 issues - £1

Women's Fitness - 3 issues - £1

Lonely Planet - 3 issues - £1

Clash - 3 issues - £1

Attitude - 3 issues - £1

Sunday Times Travel Magazine - 3 issues - £1

Saga Magazine - 3 issues - £1

Good Housekeeping - 3 issues - £3 + Free Gift

Men's Health - 3 issues - £3

Harpers Bazaar - 3 issues - £3

F1 Racing - 3 issues - £3

Elle - 3 issues - £3

Stuff - 3 issues - £3

Country Living - 3 issues - £3

Practical Caravan - 3 issues - £3

Prima - 3 issues - £3

She - 3 issues - £3

Runner's World - 3 issues - £3

Triathlon Plus - 3 issues - £5

GQ - 5 issues - £5

Easy Living - 6 issues - £6

Physchologies - 6 issues - £6 + free gift

Vanity Fair - 6 issues - £6

Glamour - 6 issues - £6

Sailing Today - 6 issues - £6

House & Garden - 6 issues - £6 + free gift

Cosmopolitan - 12 issues - £12

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if you subscribe to these for the 3/6/12 month special period you have to pay by direct debit, if you want to cancel after the offer period can you do so?

12 months Radio Times for £1 is a HOT deal.
Thanks.

ah. no.
from the website:
"Agree to a minimum term of 12 months for all Direct Debit orders"

Original Poster

cfernihough;5860234

if you subscribe to these for the 3/6/12 month special period you have to … if you subscribe to these for the 3/6/12 month special period you have to pay by direct debit, if you want to cancel after the offer period can you do so?



cfernihough;5860247

ah. no.from the website:"Agree to a minimum term of 12 months for all … ah. no.from the website:"Agree to a minimum term of 12 months for all Direct Debit orders"



As I said - I've never had any problems with cancelling them. I've used iSubscribe several times for around 2 years and all my subscriptions go through. I cancelled with the bank after all initial payments and have never heard anything after.

Either way - I think the offers are worth it even if you don't cancel - certainly cheaper than cover price in store, that's why the deal was posted.

Netty;5860243

12 months Radio Times for £1 is a HOT deal.Thanks.

That would be a very hot deal......but its 12 issues for a £1 not 12 months:whistling:

Do you still get the quidco £4 when you cancel your subscription?

Original Poster

equalityforall;5865772

Do you still get the quidco £4 when you cancel your subscription?



I have.:oops:
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