Bag a bargain subscription to Compers News!
This week Compers News have launched a special subscription offer for a £9.99 three month trial or a £17.50 six month trial – to order, just CLICK HERE! Now, of course I’m biased. After ten years of subscribing, I recently joined Compers News as the designer, and I also write a monthly column on the joys of online comping – so you can understand my enthusiasm for this splendid magazine!
Here’s a few reasons you should give it a go:
- Compers News has a private online forum, but access is restricted to paying subscribers – meaning there are fewer of us than on free comping forums, and we can share a lot more information about elusive low-entry competitions. Steve the editor has a knack of finding on-pack SMS and instant win competitions and giving us the tip off so we can win those early prizes. Recently 100 washing machines were offered in a Sainsbury’s text competition – a Chatterbox member posted up the details at the very start of the promotion, and forum members literally cleaned up by winning the majority of the prizes.
- the listings are extensive, accurate and include loads of comps you won’t find elsewhere – this is because Steve is the hardest working man in comping. Seriously, I don’t think he sleeps. In the morning I have an email from him at 4am just before he goes to bed, and another at 7am when he gets up!
- there are loads of subscriber-only prizes, ranging from puzzle and slogan comps to cash and vouchers for your comping letters and photos.
- if your story is chosen for the monthly Star Comper page, you will win £100 – and I know that loads of my blog readers have got fabulous comping tales to tell (yes, I’ve seen the Facebook photos!)
- it’s researched, written and designed entirely by compers, with excellent advice from successful winners like Jane Willis (@janesgrapevine) and Pam Crampton. So you know it’s good!
OK, so there you have it. Spend £9.99, get three issues, write a letter, email a photo, enter a few comps, and you’ve won your subscription money back – and if you haven’t, then maybe you should try a new hobby!