Top Gear Magazine Subscription  via Direct Debit. £35.90 [inc. 4 DVD Box Set]
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Top Gear Magazine Subscription via Direct Debit. £35.90 [inc. 4 DVD Box Set]

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Found 28th Dec 2009
Found this in the mag which my Son bought today.

Subscription for 13 issues for £35.90 using direct debit, to the Top Gear magazine which includes a free 4 DVD box set, Top Gear Great Adventures, which they say is worth £29.99 {available via Amazon for £17.98]

Make sure to quote this code to claim the box set. TGP1309

DVD Box Set details:

Four spectacular episodes in which the Top Gear boys travel to the four corners of the earth to tackle their toughest challenges to date, featuring extreme cold, extreme rain, extreme dust and some extremely angry locals with guns.

Polar Special The Directors Cut
Clarkson and May, in a seriously modified Toyota, take on Hammond and his dog sled in a 450 mile race to the North Pole as they drive over thin ice to face in-tent hostilities, polar bear fear and desperate food fantasies.

US Special
The ultimate American road trip finds the guys driving $1000 wrecks over 700 stifling miles to New Orleans. In a Chevy, a Caddy and a Pick-up, their challenges include preparing a road kill feast and baiting the rednecks of Alabama without getting shot.

Vietnam Special
Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May travel to Vietnam and are told to travel the entire length of the country in just eight days, thereby achieving what the American military failed to do in ten years.

DVD Extras
Commentaries with Executive Producer Andy Wilman and crew
Deleted Scenes Behind-the-scenes Photo Gallery

Botswana Special The Directors Cut
Jeremy, Richard and James end up in Botswana where, armed with just three cheap, two wheel drive cars (and a massive film crew), they set out to cross the heart of Africa.

DVD Extras
Commentaries with Executive Producer Andy Wilman and crew Deleted Scenes Behind-the-scenes Photo Gallery

1 Comment

not sure why people have voted this cold as it works out at £2.76 per issue which is cheaper than buying it from the shop, you get the dvds and you get it delivered. no point in voting cold just because you would rather watch heartbeat.
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