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    copper1982
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    Discount Newspaper Subscriptions
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    • 16th Nov 10, 11:06 AM
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    Discount Newspaper Subscriptions 16th Nov 10 at 11:06 AM
    I have contributed to a previous thread or two on this subject, but thought I would start a new one to see if anyone has any bargains they can share?

    I've been offered the Times at 3.50 a week for 12 weeks and then going onto 6quid a week. (with times plus/access to the websites etc)

    Cheapest i've found for the Guardian is 284 for a year (cheaper than the 308 from the Guardian themselves). This is from Unique Magazines Newspaper Subscriptions website.

    The Telegraph recently emailed an offer for me to come back to them for 4.20 a week. (i declined). I think the subscription normally is about 6quid a week like the Times now.

    I must say I am missing a daily paper, especially as I commute to work by train. But the cost is a little excessive in most cases. And the Metro really doesn't cut the mustard.

    Anyone else got any thoughts / experiences of subscribing?
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