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PCAdvisor Magazine


Willfixit

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Is It just me or have other subscribers to PCAdvisor Magazine noticed that the Magazine has started to appear on the shelves of the local supermarkets before they are posted out to subscribers at least to me anyway? Both Morrison’s and Tesco have the July issue on sale and I have still not received my copy and this is not the first time this has happened.

Will

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interzone55

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Not just PCA - I've noticed a couple of magazines I subscribe to are arriving later.

I think this is probably down to Royal Mail rather than the publishers...

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johndrew

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Whilst I recognise that two Bank Holidays in a row (and probably a further reduction in the number of days we get deliveries of post anyway - yes, I know Royal Mail will deny breaking the rules) it is very obvious that PCA is arriving later.

I had wondered if this may result from the years when PCA was getting issues out some months in advance (e.g. June's issue arrived late March/early April) and there was now an effort to bring it back into line a bit. I do remember a thread mentioning the production cycle some time ago, but what the result was I simply can't bring to mind.

Still I have hopes that July's issue will arrive sometime soon.

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