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Save Up To 45% On Cover Price With An SFX Subscription

Get great savings on SFX , SFX Special Editions and Comic Heroes in our Spring Sale!

With the weather finally feeling vaguely Spring-ish, there couldn't be a better time to take advantage of our fantastic Spring Sale. If you subscribe now, you can save loads on the cover price of SFX , SFX Special Editions and Comic Heroes – up to a whopping 45%, our best price all year! (You could spend the money you've saved on a nice cold drink in a beer garden.)

Here are the deals:

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SFX

UK six-monthly subscription
£19.01 (direct debit)

A 35% SAVING ON COVER PRICE!

UK two-year subscription
£64.35

A 45% SAVING ON COVER PRICE ! (Our best price all year!)

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SFX SPECIAL EDITION

UK six-monthly subscription
£11.99 (direct debit)

A 25% SAVING ON COVER PRICE!

UK two-year subscription
£41.55

A 35% SAVING ON COVER PRICE!

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COMIC HEROES

UK six-monthly subscription
£15.58 (direct debit)

A 35% SAVING ON COVER PRICE!

UK two-year subscription
£52.73

A 45% SAVING ON COVER PRICE ! (Our best price all year!)

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But hurry. You only have until Tuesday 30 April to take advantage of these fantastic offers.

You can save an additional £5 on these prices if you use the code SPR13-FB when you subscribe. (Also expires 30 April.)

So what are you waiting for? As well as saving all of that money on cover price, subscribers get all of these benefits :

  • Coverline-free covers: Subscribers get exclusive word-free covers.
  • Delivered direct to your door: n need to worry about hunting down your new issue. And P&P is included!
  • No hassles or worry – there's a 60-day money-back guarantee.
  • Never miss an issue: no need to stress about the shops selling out before you've bought your copy

Richard is a freelancer journalist and editor, and was once a physicist. Rich is the former editor of SFX Magazine, but has since gone freelance, writing for websites and publications including GamesRadar+, SFX, Total Film, and more. He also co-hosts the podcast, Robby the Robot's Waiting, which is focused on sci-fi and fantasy.