Carry on reading with our print and digital special offers
With another period of nationwide lockdown starting from 4 November and lasting for at least the following four weeks, there is understandable uncertainty over which shops will be able to stay open.
To ensure you’re still able to get your favourite magazines, buyers are being urged to subscribe or switch from paper versions to digital editions.
For readers who prefer their magazines as a paper magazine, the publisher of MMM, What Motorhome, Campervan, Camping and Caravan has a limited time offer of the first three issues of their chosen title for just £5.
For those who prefer a digital magazine to read online, we have a range of great deals across our range of outdoor leisure titles, including three issues for £5, trial offers at £1.99 for a single issue, and an annual subscription that saves 49% on standard price.
Digital magazines offer everything you enjoy in the print magazine plus lots of digital-only extras, including podcasts, pictures galleries, videos, clickable links and live web pages, as well as much more.
For example, in Campervan, MMM and What Motorhome, you can watch the latest series of Motorhome TV embedded within the pages of the magazine.
Plus, all three of these, along with their sister titles, Caravan and Camping, have the editor’s pick of the latest news in podcast form that you can listen to while you’re browsing the features.
On top of this, all the digital magazines offer the convenience of a greener, paper-free magazine to enjoy wherever you are on a PC, laptop, tablet or even a smartphone.
Browse our range of digital issue offers here:
Digital special editions – Motorhome Driveway DIY and Caravan Guide to DIY
We also have a selection of digital special editions. With motorhome, campervan and camping travel plans on hold for the near future, why not spend some time completing those DIY projects you’ve been meaning to do for a while?
Our ‘Motorhome Driveway DIY’ digital magazine is packed with easy jobs owners can do to their motorhomes and campervans in their own driveways. The issue
covers minor motorhome and campervan upgrades – solving cupboard rattles and replacing broken lights – to larger projects such as installing solar panels.
You can buy it here:
For caravan owners, the Caravan Guide to Simple DIY is a 26-page digital magazine which has plenty to keep you busy, including advice on fixing a jammed blind, removing window scratches, and upgrading a rooflight.
You can buy it here: