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Think I have worked it out, looks like you can search free but still not view the record so not really giving us anything apart from 'clever wording'.:(
Terms state "These records will be available to search for free from 00.01 GMT on 10 November 2011 until 11:59pm GMT on November 13 2011. To view these records you will need to register for free with Ancestry.co.uk with your name and email address."
I'm already a member and these records are really useful; not only do they give details of army service they give insight into personal details such as marriage, children, physical descriptions etc. Really worth a look!
http://www.ancestry.co.uk/?AID=10395635&PID=3640360&SID=skim296X467X98598f9b7f6613256fa0dea3629acab7 direct llink
If you miss out this weekend you can normally search the census records at local archive offices or libraries for free.
The perfect place to start discovering your family’s past. The 1911 Census lets you visit your ancestors’ homes a century ago and discover their names, birthplaces, occupations and more.
*Free access from 00:00 on 13/8/12 until 23.59 on 2/11/12 (BST) to the 1911 Census Records and Summary Books for England, Wales, Channel Islands and Isle of Man. Registration is required for access by providing a name and email address.
Official MoneySavingExpert.com Insert: Just register on the site with your name and email address.
Not sure how long it will be free.
edit : Thanks to Andrea for merging this post with Jag's above which gives the full details. I must remember to search before posting.