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PC World 3mth Sub - $25 + Free Snapfish Photo Book @ iSubscribe +6.75% cashback

Posted By: Brad, posted 2007/09/18 21:44
Pick up a 3 month (3 issue) subscription to Australian PC World magazine, and you'll also get the choice of one of the following from Snapfish as a bonus:

1. A Snapfish Calender plus free postage and packaging.
2. 100 10x15cm prints plus free postage and packaging.
3. A 20-page, paperback Snapfish Photo Book plus free postage and packaging.

There are 2x 10% off coupons attached below, but if you use them you run the real risk of not getting cashback.
Expiry date:2007/09/24
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  • admin2007/09/19 13:33:37
    :) - nice find brad. There seems to be mobs of the photobook promo's floating around in various guises at the moment
  • lisss2007/09/19 13:40:12
    This is a great deal if you need photos developed as I do !!!
  • lisss2007/09/19 13:41:35
    The T&C state:
    1. Offer open to Australian residents only.
    2. Offer also open to current subscribers, but must pay the $25 for the 3 month subscription to receive the a free gift (the 3 issues will be added on to your current subscription).
    3.Offer expires 24th September 2007.
    4. Gift is for the recipient of the subscription.

    Does that mean using the 10%, you don't pay $25 so don't get the freebies??
  • Brad2007/09/19 13:45:35
    I think that just notes that the offer is not available for the 6/12mth subscriptons.
    But just to be safe, you could rely on your 6.25% cashback instead of 10% discount where at least you are getting some extra form of discount.
  • nod2007/09/19 13:48:18
    you could rely on your 6.25% cashback instead of 10% discount where at least you are getting some extra form of discount.


    I am not sure I would say rely. iSubscribe can be quite difficult with their cashback. So sadly, I would not say you could rely on it. I reckon go for the 10% off and then the cashback would just be icing on the cake
  • Brad2007/09/19 13:53:47
    That was in reply to lisss's question Nod:
    Does that mean using the 10%, you don't pay $25 so don't get the freebies??

    I was saying just to get cashback instead of risking the freebies. :D
  • nod2007/09/19 14:07:08
    Ah I see
    Your idea does make more sense :D

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