Black Friday sale!

SFX's Black Friday subscriptions offer.
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Black Friday is looming on the horizon! No, not the 1940 Boris Karloff brain implant horror: that thing where we're all supposed to splurge loads of cash on bargains. It's a Friday, which explains that bit, and this year it falls on 26 November. Not really sure about the Black bit, it's something to do with Thanksgiving, we think. Sorry, we're too old and British to have paid much attention.

Anyway, never mind the etymology, the exciting news is that this means a bargain offer on SFX subscriptions (opens in new tab)! Whoop! Sign up now (opens in new tab) and you can get 50% off a print subscription or a digital subscription. To give you a quick idea of what a smashing saving that is: that's a UK print subscription price of 12 months (13 issues, we knock one out every four weeks y'know) for £33.80. That's just £2.60 an issue, instead of the £5.20 you'd pay in the shops! And this isn't just a UK offer either, it applies to our prices right across the world. (Sorry, print and digital bundles are excluded, aren't we mean?)

Already subscribe to SFX? You clearly have discerning taste. Well, why not sign up to another magazine from the Future stable, like Total Film (opens in new tab)? But hurry! You've got until early in the morning after Cyber Monday, which we think is when we all get given silver-sprayed moon boots and cricket gloves and lose our ability to enjoy smelling a flower, watching a sunset, or eating a well-prepared meal. Pretty sure that's right. 

Terms and conditions: Offer closes 9.59 am 30th November 2021. Offer is available to new print & digital subscribers only. Wallpaper, Decanter Premium, The Magazine Gift Card, Photography Premium and Home Building Premium are excluded from Black Friday Week offer. Paywalls are not included.

Deputy Editor, SFX

Ian Berriman has been working for SFX – the world's leading sci-fi, fantasy and horror magazine – since March 2002. He also writes for Total Film, Electronic Sound and Retro Pop; other publications he's contributed to include Horrorville, When Saturday Comes and What DVD. A life-long Doctor Who fan, he's also a supporter of Hull City, and live-tweets along to BBC Four's Top Of The Pops repeats from his @TOTPFacts account.