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PC Advisor issue OCT 2011


Badger Man

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My copy of PC Advisor OCT 2011 arrived mid-August, I realise that the publisher wants to keep the magazine on newsagents shelves as long as possible, but someone who buys the magazine in September will find that some offers/competitions expired on 31 August! I am sure that they will be disappointed and may not buy in future.

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Autoschediastic

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Badgerman VERY good point indeed...

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spuds

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I am buying various August (this month) dated magazines for £1.00 instead of their shelf price. Does that count?.

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morddwyd

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Oh not again!

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