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Which magazine discounts

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Which? has provided independent expert advice you can trust for over 50 years.
Which? magazine

Which? magazine brings you up-to-the-minute news, features and reviews including a number of regular features.

Which? membership brings more than a subscription to a monthly magazine. A subscription also gives you:

Exclusive access to our Member Helpline.Our members find this service invaluable as they can contact us directly with any question about a product or service, wherever they are.
Access to free Which? Guides ?andy guides that focus exclusively on one area, such as digital cameras, cars or the Tax guide.
Which? Local ? website for members and created by members, featuring recommended services

An annual subscription will cost £56.25 (normally £75)


Which? Online is a premium online service providing you with unlimited access to all areas of Which.co.uk. Which? Online has a whole host of materials and benefits in addition to the features available to Which? magazine subscribers.

Features available to Which? Online subscribers include:·

Access to exclusive, independent advice to help you make the right choice when buying products and services - from TVs to cars, from broadband to credit cards
Unique tips on how to make the most of the things you purchase and advice on how to exercise your rights
Product Picker - access to our product comparison tool. Whether you're looking for a digital camera or MP3 player, tell us what features are important to you and we'll recommend the best product for you
Forums - check out what other members think about products, services and current consumer issues
The Good Food Guide - includes Which? ratings, maps and full details of each restaurant recommended

The Which? Online annual subscription will be £69.75 (normally £93).

Gardening Which?

The ideal magazine for all gardeners.Every issue is packed with inspiration, tried and tested techniques and expert advice. A year-round companion and guide for every gardening need.

The magazine also has regular features like:

Your Garden - our guide to all the garden tasks coming up in the next month
Product tests - packed full of independent unbiased research
Garden Wildlife - we show you what to look out for each month

Gardening Which? membership brings more than 10 magazines a year, a subscription also gives:·

Free advice ?ur experts can help solve gardening problems during our regular phone-ins
Regular garden entry discounts
Free factsheets ?ver 180 FREE factsheets covering everything from lawns and plants to attracting wildlife
Our gardening website - to look at previous articles, send us feedback or contact our gardening experts
Member trials ?embers can take part in our regular trials and have their say on plants, products and techniques
Which? Local ? website for members and created by members, featuring recommended services.

The Gardening Which? annual subscription will be £41.25 (normally £55).


The ideal magazine for people who like to travel. From Miami to Menorca, China to a Caribbean cruise, Holiday Which? provides top travel tips and will help you get the best holiday deals.
Recommending places to visit in the UK, Europe and further afield, Holiday Which? provides expert advice on holiday health, money matters and flight rights.
Whether they need inspiration on where to go, advice on how to plan and book a trip, or ideas on what to see and do once at your destination, we can help you make the right decisions.

Holiday Which? membership gives you more than 4 magazines a year, a subscription also gives:·

Free legal support ?nlimited telephone access to Which? Legal Service lawyers for advice on holiday problems
Access to our holiday website ?o download destination guides, send us feedback or contact our holiday experts
Reliable product tests identifying Best Buys and Don?Buys, whether it be luggage, travel gadgets or guidebooks
Access to Which? Local ? website for members and created by members, featuring recommended services

The Holiday Which? annual subscription will be £18 (normally £24).


Computing Which? is the essential computing companion, providing jargon-free advice from the UK?only completely independent magazine.
We provide previews of new products and services, step-by-step advice on computing tasks and practical help in showing you how to make the most of your PC.

Computing Which? membership gives you more than 6 magazines a year, a subscription also gives:·

Free online helpdesk for any computer related problems you need solved. We guarantee to answer questions within five working days
Access to our computing website
Reliable product tests identifying Best Buys, whether it be security software, webcams or mp3 players ?e test so you don?have to
Access to Which? Local ? website for members and created by members, featuring recommended services

The Computing Which? annual subscription will be £23.25 (normally £31).


Which? Money is an invaluable monthly magazine that is packed full of money saving tips, expert advice and case studies illustrating helpful ways to save £££s and avoid financial pitfalls.

Here is what our readers say about Which? Money:

?trust the magazine over anyone who gives me financial advice. It makes sense and it?easy to digest .. you don?need to read loads because it is clear and succinct.??e reason I like it is because it has a variety of articles in it concerning money issues. It is very informative.?
The Which? Money annual subscription will be £27 (normally £36)
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To order your Which? magazine subscription, please call 01992 822800 and quote REWARDS08
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Maximum discount is 25%. This offer is open to new subscribers only and is valid from 1st February 2008 to 31st December 2008.
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Which magazine used to be a great magazine........back in the eighties. It's now a shadow of its former self, trading on its fast-declining historic reputation. Mind you, if you think BBC Watchdog is a good consumer programme then Which magazine is for you. It's a paper version of BBC Watchdog.....without the redundant 'special effects'.

Its articles are dumbed-down, incomplete, inaccurate and sometimes condescending. It seems to have a pre-occupation with 'Health & Safety' and other nanny-like issues (I'm sure that if it could it would extend the time-delay on opening washing machine doors to a full hour!). It clings to outmoded distribution methods and employs very dubious marketing strategies (prize draws). The irony of a consumer magazine employing these methods is obviously lost on the editors.

Its findings are still quoted by the worst organs of the wider press but that too is becoming a thing of the past. The fact that almost every public library in the land subscribes to this magazine is a mini-scandal. But there you can find it, expensive and unread. Leave it there.
I have subscribed to Which? magazine for years. No, it's not the cheapest magazine you can buy but it's saved me far more over the years than it's cost me. By following their informative guides I have a vacuum cleaner than has so far been going for over 10 years, a TV that lasted for 15 years before replacing it, long lasting VCRs, DVD equipment, and many other items.
On top of that I get to hear about which might be dodgy firms, shops which are poor and generally get good advice about where to shop.
The style of writing isn't as Valiant says at all. They just present the facts and let you make your choices - it's as simple as that. I am happy to recommend the magazine if anyone is tempted to subscribe.
A few weeks back I took out a £1 trial for Which? online, which I have to cancel by 31 May... I wanted to check out some item reviews, bargain!

I agree partly with the first poster, in that I have noticed that the articles/tests are NOT as full and involved as they used to be. I also think they definitely favour certain brands. I swear they must be getting paid by Miele and Bosch! One of my sisters bought a bosch washing machine and dishwasher, both were broken with two yrs, while my indesit lasted 14. So you can't always go by their recommendation. A friend went through three Which? recommended VCRs in five years... I recentlly wanted a slow cooker and their best buy recommended one which they praised to high heaven is down on the Amazon site in LOADS of customer reviews as dangerous, as it cooks so fast. (a Morphy Richards one) .

Having said all that, I do think Which? has some good advice/information, but perhaps more on services rather than household products.

Tip - most local libraries get Which? each month. You can peruse them to your hearts content in the library for free!!
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