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Get 12 copies of your favourite magazine FREE when you subscribe to Worksop Guardian for just 75p a week

Claim your free magazines when you subscripe to the Worksop Guardian

Claim your free magazines when you subscripe to the Worksop Guardian

For the next two weeks, your Worksop Guardian comes complete with Wayne Rooney, Brad Pitt, Noel Gallagher, Angelina Jolie, Gareth Bale, Kylie, Johnny Depp, Tiger Woods, Cheryl Cole and a galaxy of other stars besides.

No longer will the Guardian just be your best stop for local news, views, sport and everything else going on in Worksop and the wider Bassetlaw area.

For the next fortnight, the Guardian is getting a whole lot bigger and glossier because we’ve got another sensational subscription offer lined up for every reader which could give you up to a year’s worth of some of the best and most popular magazine titles on the shelves today.

Titles like FHM, Empire, Today’s Golfer, Q, Heat, Grazia and Angling Times are all on the list and all could be yours free for 12 weeks, six months or a year, depending on how often they are published.

All you have to do to claim your free magazines is take out a year’s subscription to the Worksop Guardian for just £39 for the full year.

That’s just 75p a week which is an immediate 25 per cent off the usual price for a whole year.

And on top of that, you get to choose one magazine title to receive 12 editions of absolutely free.

The full list of titles to choose from is: Angling Times, Bike, Car, Classic Bike, Country Walking, Digital Photo, Empire, FHM, Garden Answers, Grazia, Heat, Improve Your Coarse Fishing, Match, Outdoor Fitness, Practical Sportsbikes, Q, Today’s Golfer, Top Santé, Trail, Trout & Salmon, Yours and Your Horse.

The offer is only open to customers paying by direct debit and on a 12-month subscription and if you stop paying, the magazine subscription will also stop,

To find about more or to subscribe visit www.localsubsplus.co.uk/wgu or call 0844 991 6464 quoting code 149PA-WGU.

 

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