Fantastic e-edition offer for The Journal readers

Deal offers readers the chance to can buy their favourite paper at half price and access the e-edition of it for free

The Journal Anytime app
The Journal Anytime app

Journal readers are being offered the chance to buy their favourite newspaper at a massive saving of over 50%.

And those who sign up for the deal, which starts on Monday, will also get free access to the e-edition version of the region’s most popular morning paper via the Journal Anytime app, which usually costs £4.99 a month.

The e-edition can be read on your PC, tablet and smartphone so you can catch up on the latest news, sport and popular supplements like our essential property guide, Homemaker, at home or on the move.

The Journal’s digital editor Helen Dalby said: “This is a great offer for readers to enable them to read The Journal wherever and whenever they wish.

“Journal Anytime is available via smartphone and tablet before the paper hits the shops.

“For iPhone and iPad users, you simply download The Journal app to your Newsstand and can then download each day’s paper, plus browse a four-week archive.

“You can also read it on a desktop PC or laptop, if you prefer.

“Our business supplements and essential weekly property guide, Homemaker, are also available on the app.

“The convenience of Journal Anytime has proved very popular with readers over the past year as it really is an anytime, anywhere experience.”

The cost to the subscriber will be £9.50 a month on a rolling monthly Direct Debit.

Readers need to visit thejournal.co.uk/subscriptions and click on the subscribe button at the bottom of the page.

This will then redirect the reader to our partner’s site. They then following the instructions on screen.

Our Newspaper Sales team will set up access to Journal Anytime and our third party will post out vouchers which will enable the reader to purchase the print product at a discounted price.

Journalists

David Whetstone
Culture Editor
Graeme Whitfield
Business Editor
Mark Douglas
Newcastle United Editor
Stuart Rayner
Sports Writer