PC Advisor magazine price increase

  Kilobyte 18:04 10 Jan 03
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  Kilobyte 18:04 10 Jan 03

Has the magazine price been increased to £3.49? It says £3.25 on the website, but the March 03 edition has £3.49 printed by the bar code.

  Djohn 18:11 10 Jan 03

Havn't got mine yet, but it does look that way!

  GANDALF <|:-)> 18:16 10 Jan 03

Makes even more sense to subscribe. :-)

G

  oresome 18:38 10 Jan 03

Amazing how few things increase by the official rate of inflation! ( Except my income )

  doug 22:32 10 Jan 03

Given te competition, overall it's still extremely good value.

  spuds 22:48 10 Jan 03

It is best to keep a check on these things.I have found that a number of my 'subscribed' magazines are due for a price increase on renewal.I subscribe to 8 various monthly magazines, but it looks like some will not be renewed this time around.

  Quiller. 22:48 10 Jan 03

Well said doug.

I can always find a few extra pennies down the back of the sofa.

Strangely it is actually saving me money. I use to get 4 or 5 different computer mags a month, about £20+

Now I find that I get all I want from pca, me -crawler - er. yes.

  Pumas 22:58 10 Jan 03

... until my subscription runs out!

  Peter E 23:36 10 Jan 03

...and when I peruse the shelves in Smiths and look at the prices of some computer mags (eg £5.99) and the lack of content. I rest my case.

  goonerbill 02:08 13 Jan 03

dont mind the price increase but has anybody else noticed that the mag is getting thinner. been buying pc advisor for ages (£1.99 i think the price of the first issue i got). was throwing away some old issues i had at my exwifes place and todays mag is about 2/3rds the thickness.

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