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    • Elsterap
    • By Elsterap 6th Mar 08, 5:19 PM
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    Free Financial Times subscription for Students! Worth 99!
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    • 6th Mar 08, 5:19 PM
    Free Financial Times subscription for Students! Worth 99! 6th Mar 08 at 5:19 PM Official Insert:

    If you're a student and are signed up on Facebook it's possible to subscribe to's standard online subscription (worth !!!163;99) for free by adding the special application.

    To ensure you can get it you'll need to belong to your college's network so the application will automatically recognise you. If you're not registered on Facebook it's free, so go for it.

    The standard subscription gives you unlimited access to articles on the website. The offer's available to both graduates and undergraduates and can be applied for up to four times.

    Many thanks to MoneySaver Elsterap for posting this.

    Back to the original post...


    The offer is available internationally through college Facebook groups. You can reapply for it year after year for 4 years.

    This Forum Tip was included in MoneySavingExpert's weekly email

    Don't miss out on new deals, loopholes, and vouchers

    Last edited by MSE Andrea; 11-03-2008 at 8:07 PM.
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