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Subscribe to Sunday Times £99 (£2 pw / £99 per year) get Free Spotify Premium

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Found 27th Jan 2015
Subscribe to the Sunday Times - £2/week or £99/year and get Spotify Premium for free (Normally £9.99 / month). 12 month contract. Can choose from Paper or Digital edition.

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How does the print edition get delivered/collected?

Where abouts is this deal? I can't see it on the Page?

Gummo

How does the print edition get delivered/collected?

good question

This offer has been going for some time - well the DIGITAL version has been.

Making a £99 up front payment saves you c£5 over the year too.

[b]Best to get to any Times/Sunday Times sub via Quidco/b]
quidco.com/the…es/
it's not 100% clear a ST sub will qualify but you can at least TRY... worst scenario is you're no worse off, best = £30 better off.


Edited by: "mk-donald" 27th Jan 2015

williammatthewjackson

Where abouts is this deal? I can't see it on the Page?


Scroll to the bottom - look for View all membership etc...

I signed up for this, you get a book of vouchers. Anyone know who accepts the voucher? Is it pretty much universal?

mocmocamoc

I signed up for this, you get a book of vouchers. Anyone know who accepts … I signed up for this, you get a book of vouchers. Anyone know who accepts the voucher? Is it pretty much universal?


Pretty much - so many regular newspaper readers now subscribe (for the significant £ savings) that most newspaper vendors will be very familiar with them - all the supermarket chains are, just don't expect them to redeem them other than on the date printed! Some small/corner newsagents MAY decline them as obviously they have to do a lot of work to redeem them for often just '1p', versus immediate assured cash in hand!

(BTW If you read the T&Cs you will find they offer some 'holiday' credits in case you go away/abroad during your sub - ie where you let them know in advance and then send the unused voucher(s) back to them during a defined period to get a refund.) .

Extra tip: If you're a myWaitrose customer you can of course buy your Sunday Times there on Sunday - as part of a £10 shop - and get a £2.50 credit towards your shopping, as well as being able to redeem your (£2 cost) voucher/coupon to pay the £2.50 paper cost.

Edited by: "mk-donald" 27th Jan 2015

mk-donald

Pretty much - so many regular newspaper readers now subscribe (for the … Pretty much - so many regular newspaper readers now subscribe (for the significant £ savings) that most newspaper vendors will be very familiar with them - all the supermarket chains are, just don't expect them to redeem them other than on the date printed! Some small/corner newsagents MAY decline them as obviously they have to do a lot of work to redeem them for often just '1p', versus immediate assured cash in hand!(BTW If you read the T&Cs you will find they offer some 'holiday' credits in case you go away/abroad during your sub - ie where you let them know in advance and then send the unused voucher(s) back to them during a defined period to get a refund.) . Extra tip: If you're a myWaitrose customer you can of course buy your Sunday Times there on Sunday - as part of a £10 shop - and get a £2.50 credit towards your shopping, as well as being able to redeem your (£2 cost) voucher/coupon to pay the £2.50 paper cost.



Re extra tip... just want to clarify as I usually shop mid week are you saying that Waitrose give you £2.50 off a £10 shop on a Sunday in addition to a free paper?
Thanks Jane

Nanajane

Re extra tip... just want to clarify as I usually shop mid week are you … Re extra tip... just want to clarify as I usually shop mid week are you saying that Waitrose give you £2.50 off a £10 shop on a Sunday in addition to a free paper?Thanks Jane



Leaving aside any subscriber coupons - shopping at Waitrose with a myWaitrose card entitles you when your in-store basket includes a qualifying newspaper and the basket totals £5.00+ weekdays or £10.00+ weekends to:

"...save the respective newspaper cover price off the cost of your shopping..."

See T&C link on http://www.waitrose.com/home/mywaitrose/newspaper_offer.html

So they don't give you a "free newspaper" - they give you a SAVING of the cost of the paper - that's why you can still use your subscriber coupon to pay for your subscribed newspaper that's included in your £5/£10 shopping basket.

So yes - on a Sunday if you've included a Sunday Times in your £10+ basket their computer will give you a £2.50 myWaitrose credit, and allow you to present a Sunday Times subscriber voucher @ £2.50 to pay for the paper - hence net paper cost = zero and your shopping basket is £2.50 lighter too.

And if you have bought more than one qualifying newspaper their computer is even clever enough to automatically credit the price of the most expensive paper!

I know this 100.00% as I have done it most days for c15 months. Only very occasionally a new member of staff is confused, but the old-hands soon educate them (it happened earlier this week - her colleague apologised next day and said 'they were new - they've come from John Lewis... they'll get used to our Waitrose ways soon..."]. I've only ever once, in the early days, needed to get a Supervisor to sort out the till operator as the T&Cs are quite clear.



Edited by: "mk-donald" 27th Jan 2015

I predict The Times will soon disappear from the myWaitrose offer.

Why.... Because they have thin banners at the check out advertising new year stuff and on the reverse is paper offer info that shows Guardian, Telegraph and Mail only. Also in our store all the free paper signage has currently mysteriously disappeared - anyone else scoped this in their store?
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