From digital to physical copies I’ll share top deals to save on your regular reading.
Three months of The Big Issue for £32.50
Ok, so this isn’t technically a “deal”, but while street vendors aren’t able to sell copies of The Big Issue they’re not getting any income, and the magazine as a whole could be at risk.
To combat this you can now get a subscription for three months delivered to your door or online. It’s £38 for 13 issues. 50% of the net proceeds will go to the street vendors.
Three issues of Vogue, GQ, Wired or more for £1
This offer from Conde Naste gives you three copies of their magazines for just £1. You can pick from:
- House & Garden
- Vanity Fair
- Conde Naste Traveller
- The World of Interiors
There’s also an option just to claim a free digital copy.
Free magazine with Lloyds bank
You can get a year’s subscription to a number of titles if you open a Club Lloyds current account. Here’s more information in my review.
Digital magazine offers
Free digital magazines from your library
I’ve written here about how you can get a load of digital magazines via your local library.
Readly: one-month free trial
This subscription service costs £7.99 a month. You can currently get a month for free.
Magzter: One year for £29.99 or less
Magzter is an online digital subscription where you can access more than 5,000 magazines. You can read the magazines on any iOS or Android device via the Magzter app.
This offer on Groupon gives you access for £29.99 rather than £99.99. And if you combine it with a code you might be able to save around 20%, meaning the final cost will be just under £24.
There are plenty of UK titles such as Total Film, Reader’s Digest, BBC Good Food, Marie Claire and Woman & Home, as well as international faves such as Entertainment Weekly. There’s also randomly Spurs and Everton match programmes!
You can have five separate accounts with the subscription so it’s a good option for a family.
It does auto-renew after the year so be sure to cancel it before the year is up.