Replying to an old post but I've ordered it and it didn't add international shopping, which is good for me, I double checked the delivery location and its defiantly my home address in the UK, if it works it only cost me £7.50 selected the digital only copy
You can select digital only and the cost is then $20 (£15.43)
Horrific magazine. Really good quality print. Short on content. Long on Adverts
I've just noticed that - Sorry folks (fierce) The device itself does work out at £31-ish so it's cheaper but not anywhere near as noticable.. Cheaper version you be had of the FIDO key too... Key-ID FIDO U2F security key https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01N6XNC01/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_BAuIBbHABVWA3 Feitian ePass FIDO-NFC Security Key https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01M1R5LRD/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_kCuIBbGXDCQ7Y Feitian Multipass FIDO U2F Security Key https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01LYV6TQM/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_qDuIBbYJAB6B3
When I ordered it just took payment and then I waited around 27 days to get it posted. There was no password sent to access the yubico store. Plus you get access to their monthly magazines. No custom and duty. :D
When you ordered the subscription did Wired email you a password to access the Yubico store? Over all how long did it take from taking out the subscription to when your Yubikey4 arrive? Did you have to pay custom and duty on it? Thanks Heat added for great deal with the key.
It's here ?
Good news 8-10 weeks and shipping costs are included with $19.99 confirmed. :D
I avoid Google Authenticator but use Authy but it has its pros and cons. There is a password manager and 2fa builtin called bitwarden but again pros and cons esp having all eggs in one basket.
Posted 13th Dec 2017Posted 13th Dec 2017
Wired Magazine - £19/yr subscription + FREE 8x Craft Beers from Beer52.com£19£2832% off
It is already a great deal for Wired Magazine (normally £28/yr), but you also get a free gift. 8 craft beers from Beer52.com, worth £24. Deal includes both Print + iPad & iPho… Read more
I used to buy Wired religiously back in the late 90’s early 2000’s. There’s not much need for it today. In actual fact mags like this you only need to buy once or twice per year.
But the craft beer itself is a subscription service so you will no doubt get a code to reduce the first to zero, then you will have to cancel that. And the craft beer is often on offer for about £9, so in effect you are paying £10 for the magazines and £9 for the beer.
I got a subscription to this last year - so bad I take them straight to the doctors waiting room. IMHO not worth 19 squids or 10 or 5
Great... Until they 'run out' of the free gift (that clearly never existed) and then offer you an extra few month subscription instead because it's 'equal value' ... like they do EVERY time one of these offers comes up. They then charge full price for the first edition so you can't even get your money back. Not judging the magazine content, but as a buisiness wired are a joke and scammers. I don't know how they keep getting away with it. Basically it's only worth taking this offer if you normally buy the magazine for full price anyway.
Craft beer? Let me grab my lumberjack shirt and beard. Hipsterville here I come
Posted 5th Aug 2016Posted 5th Aug 2016
3 Issues of Print and Digital of Wired Magazines for £1£1
3 months (3 issues) of WIRED UK’s Print and Digital editions for just £1
Not sure why this is cold, irrespective of what you think of the magazine, it's twice as many issues as the current online deal gets you.
Quality is OK since Conde Naste bought it but certainly not as bleeding edge as it was when it was independent. Having said that for £28 for a 2 year subscription, it's a bargain - speaking from experience because this is how I got mine last year. :D :D :D
Nice little post, those voting down should appreciated the quality of the mag first.
Posted 2nd Aug 2012Posted 2nd Aug 2012
2 Free Ebooks. SF/Urban
Jonathan Wood’s debut novel, No Hero, introduced the world to Arthur Wallace, the MI37 agent who dared ask: “What Would Kurt Russell Do?” Well, today we’re thrilled to be offering … Read more