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Posted 2nd Dec 2019

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Unidays have student subscriptions for £25 here myunidays.com/GB/…ine

On my Amex Card Rewards there's also 'Spend £13 or more, get £10 back' on Telegraph subscriptions. That would make it £15 for the year.

I appreciate it's a small subset of people that have Unidays and Amex (although perhaps some can share Unidays codes).

For everyone else the Telegraph is doing £100 plus half a case of wine (say value £40-£50) that can be used with the £10 Amex discount.

DO NOT forget to cancel your subscription from last year for those that jumped on Google Home offer last year.
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Who pays for a newspaper these days?
Why would anybody want that? Particularly students.
Google Home offer was 2 years ago Last year was £50 Amazon voucher. This year I'll wait for something equivalent or I won't renew.
cyvi93702/12/2019 09:49

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It's a deals site. Please spare us your politics.
cyvi93702/12/2019 09:49

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Telegraph is not the same as the Sun/DM/Express clickbait trash. Deal is good for £15 for quality journalism.
Edited by: "jamie15" 2nd Dec 2019
neversay02/12/2019 09:50

It's a deals site. Please spare us your politics.


Don't like free speech? Can't think why.
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Good benefit of Premium if you pass a Debenhams during this time
jamie1502/12/2019 09:51

Telegraph is not the same as the Sun/DM/Express clickbait trash. Deal is …Telegraph is not the same as the Sun/DM/Express clickbait trash. Deal is good for £15 for quality journalism.


May not be exactly the same but it's similar trash dressed up to look nice lol
teerex02/12/2019 10:04

May not be exactly the same but it's similar trash dressed up to look nice …May not be exactly the same but it's similar trash dressed up to look nice lol


No it isn't. It's one of the better newspapers out there. You are probably an Independent reader
Edited by: "jamie15" 2nd Dec 2019
jamie1502/12/2019 09:51

Telegraph is not the same as the Sun/DM/Express clickbait trash. Deal is …Telegraph is not the same as the Sun/DM/Express clickbait trash. Deal is good for £15 for quality journalism.


True. It is far worse! I even keep getting offered a free 3 month subscription which I have no wish to have.
There used to be some quality journalism there it gave up all attempts at that a couple of years ago.
Edited by: "LadyEleanor" 2nd Dec 2019
Wouldn't give the Barclay brothers any of my money!!
Think this is a great deal for those that like the Telegraph.
jamie1502/12/2019 09:49

Google Home offer was 2 years ago Last year was £50 Amazon voucher. …Google Home offer was 2 years ago Last year was £50 Amazon voucher. This year I'll wait for something equivalent or I won't renew.


Ahem, £75 last year. They soon reduced to £50 however the link for £75 remained valid and so I used that one
Took a few emails but the voucher eventually arrived.

Likewise with the Google Home last year (2yrs ago) which quickly increased from £50 cost to £100 cost.
Was fortunate to get it for £50

I'll let this subscription expire and see what offers they have.

It's an alright paper, but I need to be tempted in!
yorkshiretightass02/12/2019 18:16

Ahem, £75 last year. They soon reduced to £50 however the link for £75 re …Ahem, £75 last year. They soon reduced to £50 however the link for £75 remained valid and so I used that one :)Took a few emails but the voucher eventually arrived.Likewise with the Google Home last year (2yrs ago) which quickly increased from £50 cost to £100 cost.Was fortunate to get it for £50I'll let this subscription expire and see what offers they have.It's an alright paper, but I need to be tempted in!


I missed out on that, but £50 was still good enough for me. I got the £50 Google Home too I am doing the same as you, waiting for an offer. Even if subscription expires I'll wait!
Anyone able give me jd code and a kitbag code plz
jamie1502/12/2019 09:51

Telegraph is not the same as the Sun/DM/Express clickbait trash. Deal is …Telegraph is not the same as the Sun/DM/Express clickbait trash. Deal is good for £15 for quality journalism.


Quality journalism? Where? You can't be talking about the Telegraph. Unless you call "quality journalism" giving Boris Johnson a platform to spout endless lies, which the Telegraph has been doing since the 1980s.
Edited by: "cyvi937" 4th Dec 2019
cyvi93704/12/2019 14:30

Quality journalism? Where? You can't be talking about the Telegraph. …Quality journalism? Where? You can't be talking about the Telegraph. Unless you call "quality journalism" giving Boris Johnson a platform to spout endless lies, which the Telegraph has been doing since the 1980s.


Telegraph is one of the better quality papers. It is a Tory newspaper but opinion news is not illegal. It is one of the best newspapers that favours the Tories. Giving Boris a platform is not a bad thing, every major politician should be given a platform.

From your comment it seems you read the Independent
Edited by: "jamie15" 4th Dec 2019
jamie1504/12/2019 14:40

Telegraph is one of the better quality papers. It is a Tory newspaper but …Telegraph is one of the better quality papers. It is a Tory newspaper but opinion news is not illegal. It is one of the best newspapers that favours the Tories. Giving Boris a platform is not a bad thing, every major politician should be given a platform.From your comment it seems you read the Independent


Johnson's "opinions" = deliberately misleading lies designed to benefit the rich. You wanna pay good money to be lied to? Go ahead. Your funeral.
cyvi93704/12/2019 14:44

Johnson's "opinions" = deliberately misleading lies designed to benefit …Johnson's "opinions" = deliberately misleading lies designed to benefit the rich. You wanna pay good money to be lied to? Go ahead. Your funeral.


Okay Corbynista.

Not paying £15 myself, waiting for a better deal. It would still be a great decision even paying the £15 to have access to Telegraph Premium content.
Ooh "Corbynista". Ooh "Independent". You know all the right words, don't you? Lie-lover.
cyvi93704/12/2019 14:48

Ooh "Corbynista". Ooh "Independent". You know all the right words, don't …Ooh "Corbynista". Ooh "Independent". You know all the right words, don't you? Lie-lover.


Ooh, not quoting me to try and get the last word in. How mature.
Independent go hang - I read the Guardian. But I also read the Telegraph. And the Times. And my Telegraph cheapo subscription's about to expire. This deal's no good to me unfortunately (not a student) but I'm up for another deal if I can find one.

The Telegraph has its faults, sure, but it's not remotely in the same league as the Mail and Express.
jamie1505/12/2019 21:36

Ooh, not quoting me to try and get the last word in. How mature.


You love liars. Not very mature. And who gives a toss about "getting the last word in"? Shows how pathetic you are.
Edited by: "cyvi937" 6th Dec 2019
I forgot to cancel and they renewed my subscription, called to cancel and they offered me it for £50 which I paid last year with no freebies. Guess that was a bad offer, looking at this. I'll think I will cancel.
Now I'm not sure if the guy was having me on when I phoned them back but he said I couldn't cancel until 2020 as it renewed yesterday. I said dont I have 14 days he put me on hold and when he came back said that only applies when you first sign up. Before this he said he could do £50 by refunding 69 something and then putting me on the £50 one, he then suggested £5 a month that will give me the option to cancel in a few months.. so I went for that. Got to be careful with these subscription renewals.

Could I have cancelled and got my money back? Good to know for the future.
Edited by: "jg213" 6th Dec 2019
Just ring up and complain that you think you were misold as you should have a 14 day cooling off period. Just insist they cancel it.

Is the only way to cancel by telephone or can you do it online? I need to cancel mine as well and this thread has reminded me.

Just found their renewal notice hidden in my other emails - it doesn't stand or at all.

I really hate firms who just automatically charge your card if you don't proactively cancel - especially if you can't do it online..

They want to charge me £70!

[Quote]We are writing to inform you that the price of an annual Premium subscription has increased to 100.00 GBP .

However, to thank you for your loyalty, we have discounted your renewal price to only 70.00 GBP per year , saving you 30.00 GBP on the price that new subscribers pay.[/quote]
Edited by: "gt94sss2" 6th Dec 2019
There’s a £50 Amazon voucher on a £100 subscription deal available at the moment if anyone’s looking to renew at a reasonable price. £10 Amex off that
gt94sss206/12/2019 19:17

Just ring up and complain that you think you were misold as you should …Just ring up and complain that you think you were misold as you should have a 14 day cooling off period. Just insist they cancel it.Is the only way to cancel by telephone or can you do it online? I need to cancel mine as well and this thread has reminded me.Just found their renewal notice hidden in my other emails - it doesn't stand or at all.I really hate firms who just automatically charge your card if you don't proactively cancel - especially if you can't do it online..They want to charge me £70![Quote]We are writing to inform you that the price of an annual Premium subscription has increased to 100.00 GBP .However, to thank you for your loyalty, we have discounted your renewal price to only 70.00 GBP per year , saving you 30.00 GBP on the price that new subscribers pay.[/quote]


So, should I be able to cancel then? it was only yesterday they took £70 from my account for the renewal. The guy acted like I couldn't cancel and when I said I think I have a 14 day cooling off period he put me on hold for a few minutes and then came back and said that he checked and that, that only applied when I first signed up.

Telegraph sends a lot of junk to my mailbox so I missed the same renewal notice that you received. My Paypal account is linked to the subscription if I block them will they try to come after me e.g. credit wise/debt collectors etc?

If you think I've got a right to cancel I might call them tomorrow but I want to find something concrete that say's I can cancel, as I can imagine they'll only be adding notes to my account. The 14 days cooling of should have been good enough but that was declined.
jg21306/12/2019 23:26

So, should I be able to cancel then? it was only yesterday they took £70 …So, should I be able to cancel then? it was only yesterday they took £70 from my account for the renewal. The guy acted like I couldn't cancel and when I said I think I have a 14 day cooling off period he put me on hold for a few minutes and then came back and said that he checked and that, that only applied when I first signed up.Telegraph sends a lot of junk to my mailbox so I missed the same renewal notice that you received. My Paypal account is linked to the subscription if I block them will they try to come after me e.g. credit wise/debt collectors etc?If you think I've got a right to cancel I might call them tomorrow but I want to find something concrete that say's I can cancel, as I can imagine they'll only be adding notes to my account. The 14 days cooling of should have been good enough but that was declined.


The cancellation rights under the Consumer Contracts (Information, Cancellation and Additional Charges) Regulations 2013 only apply at the point of the original agreement - when you first signed up.


And the Telegraph's T&C say:

5. Cancellation Policy

To cancel your subscription please call us free on 0800 316 3656 (UK only). Lines are open 9am-5pm Mon-Fri, 9am-1pm Sat. Closed Sundays & Bank Holidays.

Your cancellation will take effect at the next payment date. Your entitlements and subscriber benefits will remain active until this date. There are no refunds for unused parts of your subscription. To ensure that no further payment is taken, cancellation must be processed at least 48 hours before the next payment is due. International subscribers can cancel online.


So they're right in what they say - legally at least. Having said that, I'd be surprised if they didn't back off if pushed hard but politely - most companies don't want to hack off a potentially returning customer, particularly in a situation like this where the cost of what's actually been provided is minimal.
Newbold07/12/2019 04:53

So they're right in what they say - legally at least. Having said that, …So they're right in what they say - legally at least. Having said that, I'd be surprised if they didn't back off if pushed hard but politely - most companies don't want to hack off a potentially returning customer, particularly in a situation like this where the cost of what's actually been provided is minimal.



Just because something is included in the T&C it doesn't make it legal or correct. It could easily be considered a unfair T&C.

Regardless, as has been suggested, just be insistent and they will back down.
Speak to someone else.
I automatically had £70 charged yesterday and called today, worried I couldn't get it refunded.
They really tried to keep me, and offered annual for £45 or so, or no contract monthly for £4, but said I had 14 day cooling off period so could process the refund, when I asked for a refund.

So no one has been offered a good deal like last year?

I cancelled last year, and I think it was £70 annual cost with a £50 amazon voucher, but then it reduced to £50 annual cost - at which point I obviously renewed.

And made use of the Google Home deal for £50 the year before.

But left it late this year. But seems they didn't offer such good deals again.

Also you can print off your rewards card (save to PDF) before cancelling if it has renewed.

So I've still got my free coffee at Debenhams and 20% off at WH Smith and 15% of Robert Dyas.
Not sure if Gourmet Society will still work.

I didn't read it once.

And as for journalism, it is meant to be decently written, but yes, is very Tory/Brexit etc and biased.

I like the Economist personally. Although not read it for a while. Their daily podcast is good, as is their weekly science and technology podcast.

As for the Guardian etc. the comments section can be decent, but not sure about the actual articles. I feel The Economist is a lot less biased than the standard papers, although they do have a liberal bias etc. The FT seems better than the other broadsheets too. But will be pro business, so won't suit the socialists etc.
Edited by: "Shinoke" 11th Dec 2019
Thanks for posting. My sub expires in a couple of days so can't go wrong for £15.
Waitrose has a current DT digital offer, they're dishing out vouchers with telegraph.co.uk/myw…ose to My Waitrose card holders. 60 days fee online/app. You have to put in valid payment details (also accepts PayPal recurring payments) so obviously DT is hoping for a bit of inertia selling. And you cannot cancel online, it's phone based. Guess why.

Well I signed up yesterday and couldn't see how any validation that I'm a MW member is done. Maybe through the home address? Might be worth a spin for some. I've found a proper app based newspaper that you can read on a tablet nice to have on holiday abroad.

For anyone who doesn't know the DT beyond its politics, I find the motoring, house and home and financial sections to be better than any other UK newspaper. Some reasonable travel articles too.
Does anyone have a uniday code for this offer they can share? Thanks
Thanks @neversay 12 months sorted for £5!

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Edited by: "jamie15" 2nd Feb
jamie1502/02/2020 14:26

Thanks @neversay 12 months sorted for £5![Image]


Don't forget the telegraph rewards scheme as well - you could end up making a profit!
neversay02/02/2020 14:37

Don't forget the telegraph rewards scheme as well - you could end up …Don't forget the telegraph rewards scheme as well - you could end up making a profit!


Of course
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