Black Friday offers: Sunday Times
Issued by Samantha Pugh, Pugh Public Relations & Corporate Communications - Nov 23rd 2018, 08:30
This Black Friday, you can get a recurring Sunday Times Digital monthly subscription – including all of the above PLUS access to Times Select, our digital daily edition published at 5am every weekday – for only R48 per month, which is 40% off the usual price of R80 per month.
Want to save even more? If you choose the Sunday Times Digital package and then sign up for six months, you'll pay R195 one-off (that's R32.50 per month), or select 12 months and pay R260 one-off, or only R21.60 per month.
Alternatively, we'll deliver the Sunday Times print edition to your home every weekend for only R48 per month paid via a monthly debit order – or take a six-month subscription for only R32.50 per month (you'll pay R195 one-off) or a one-year subscription for the bargain price of R21.60 per month (you'll pay R260 one-off).
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This offer is valid from 6pm on Thursday, November 22, 2018, until midnight on Monday, November 26 2018. Stock is limited. The 12-month offer is valid for one year from date of activation. After 12 months, standard rates will apply. Offer valid for new subscribers only. Not available to existing subscribers. Terms and conditions apply.
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