Three Issues of PC Pro DVD Edition for just £1 Plus a FREE Maglite Solitaire worth £7 @ Magazine Group
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Three Issues of PC Pro DVD Edition for just £1 Plus a FREE Maglite Solitaire worth £7 @ Magazine Group

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Found 6th May 2011
The magazine is usually £4.99, so including the Maglite, you save £21.

Comes with a free DVD with each issue.

PC Pro is the UK's biggest selling PC monthly magazine and your source of professional IT news, reviews and tests. With every issue of the DVD edition you'll get free software applications and exclusive content!

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Better free gifts in Christmas crackers. Great mag.

Nice

zaphodbb

Better free gifts in Christmas crackers. Great mag.



Another daft comment.

Thats great

No free gift but ordered anyway.good mag.

nice price, heat added

I see no mention of the free gift on the site...

Original Poster

halfwaydown the page it states:

Three issues for just £1 plus a FREE Maglite Solitaire when you subscribe to PC Pro!

PC Pro is the UK's biggest selling PC monthly magazine and your source of professional IT news, reviews and tests. With every issue of the DVD edition you'll get free software applications and exclusive content!


This offer is there for quite sometime. I just recived my 1st magazine today but without Maglite.I have sent an email and waiting for a reply from the company....:|

is there any minimum subscription term? and does anyone know when will u receive your first issue after ordering?

bratzz

This offer is there for quite sometime. I just recived my 1st magazine … This offer is there for quite sometime. I just recived my 1st magazine today but without Maglite.I have sent an email and waiting for a reply from the company....:|


Maglite in plastic case is delivered in a Jiffy bag seperate from the magazine. It is sourced from a different fulfillment warehouse in Kent and sometimes arrives before the magazine (depending on next issue date). First available issue delivery date is usually stated on site or in a confirmation email.

It says one "This offer is limited to one per household"? does that mean if you've had this offer before you can't have it again. mine was a few months ago.
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