Just in time for the Christmas present season, we’ve added new digital gift-cards, available to any value (we’ve some fixed amounts, but you can load a ‘card’ with any amount you wish).
The ‘cards’ are e-mailed to your recipient – or enter your own e-mail if you wish to receive the gift e-mail yourself for printing and giving as a physical present. Either click a link or enter the unique 16 digit gift code on the check-out page to credit an account with the full value.
The gift card value does NOT have to be used all at once, our website stores any remaining credit for using later, and can be checked on the ‘my account’ page as long as the recipient registers an account on their first visit. It’s a simple way to buy someone a short or long ‘subscription’ to a magazine for example.
Our stock of crafting magazines has really expanded in the last month or two, and sales craftshow that you really appreciate that fact!
Crafts such as home sewing, quilting, cross stitching, knitting and papercrafts are as popular as ever, and we know that quality crafting titles are in big demand.
Many issues are selling out, and we are responding by ordering in more stock, as we love to hold back-issues for our customers to be able to order when they cannot find them anywhere else.
Super-star titles in the past couple of months have been;
Crafter’s Inspiration – a big bumper pack of free goodies with a magazine containing 70 projects to make. The pack goodies is worth around £50, and includes leaf dies & vine embossing folder, coordinating stamp set, papercraft CD & Sheena Douglass tutorials DVD. Everything you need to be inspired to make Halloween and Christmas cards and much more!
Sew Inspired – this is absolutely flying at at the moment. Many crafters have been inspired by the Great British Sewing Bee, and this magazine captures the spirit of that sewing movement! Put together by sewing author and TV presenter Debbie Shore – you’ll never be short of inspiration! We are increasing our order for future issues to meet your demand.
Simply Crochet – crochet is riding a real boom in popularity, just as knitting is. This great magazine is full of creative ideas for anyone who loves – or would love to learn – crochet. Full of patterns to make, it’s great for yourself or as a gift.
Todays Quilter – The back issues are selling out quick of this mega-popular title. You only have to touch this magazine to know it’s a quality title. Written by some of the real experts of the field, every issue is packed full of projects for intermediate to experienced quilters, beautifully inspiring photography, in-depth technique features, a ‘block of the month’, interviews with the biggest designers, news and events from the quilting world. We are increasing our order for future issues to meet your demand.
Mollie Makes – this is a fantastic magazine for the summer holidays, full of projects in every imaginable crafting style. It’s a great magazine for creative people, who may already be familiar with some crafting techniques, but want to learn what else is out there.
The Knitter – this classy magazine is for the confident knitter who are looking for beautiful, original patterns from the world’s best designers. One of our highest quality titles, it’s a real joy to turn the pages. It has just celebrated it’s 100th issue with a special supplement.
Are you ready for the most exciting tournament since 1958? We certainly are.
With the premier league won in a historical “never to be repeated” win by 5000-1 outsiders Leicester, British footy fans are starting to think about the upcoming Euro 2016 finals.
The British Isles will be represented by not one, not two, not three but four nations at Euro 2016 – the first time that has happened at a major tournament for fully 58 years. We’re determined to celebrate that fact, and in this month’s 442 magazine they have exclusive interviews with key men from each of those four countries.
In fact this month you’ll get two magazines in one bag. Not only will you be able to read England, Wales, Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland previews as part of your normal monthly fix of features in the main magazine, but you’ll also get an additional 68-page Euro 2016 guide – including interviews with stars from all 24 nations at the tournament.
England go into the tournament full of optimism and we speak to Wayne Rooney, Harry Kane, Ross Barkley and Raheem Sterling to find out why it’s time for fans of the Three Lions to start dreaming big.
To celebrate the four nations qualifying, FourFourTwo magazine has commissioned four different covers for the Euro 2016 special preview issue, featuring a 68-page preview guide. We have all four in stock, you pick which one(s) you want and we’ll post them to you same day for free!
One of the ultimate challenges in sport, the US Masters, has started, and several UK golfers have put themselves in a good position after day 1. In the UK, the whole tournament is be shown live on Sky Sports 1HD, from April 7th-10th.
1. Jordan Spieth (-6): With his bogey-free 66, Speith became the first player in Masters history to the hold the outright lead in five consecutive rounds (including his 2015 wire-to-wire win) and became the first defending champion since Jack Nicklaus (1966) to hold the first-round lead. What we’re witnessing is remarkable. It’s Jordan’s course and Jordan’s tournament until proven otherwise.
T2. Danny Lee (-4): After a bogey on No. 7, Lee locked in and recorded four birdies on the next nine holes to finish just two strokes off the lead. Lee is in a good spot, teeing off at 9:26 a.m. ET on Friday.
T2: Shane Lowry (-4): Lowry was near the top of the leaderboard all afternoon after a hot start, so there’s as much focus on the opportunities missed (no birdies and one bogey on the final 10 holes) as the fact he’s done well enough to be two shots off the lead at the Masters.
T4. Paul Casey, Justin Rose, Ian Poulter, Soren Kjeldsen, Sergio Garcia (-3): Casey will be back with Spieth on Friday for what should be the most-watched group of the day. The rest of the group will be interesting to track as conditions continue and just a few good or bad holes will slide them quickly into or out of contention. Rose, the runner-up a year ago, had the ball rolling well and carded six birdies, so I’d make him the most likely threat to Spieth out of this crowded crew.
For those waiting with baited breath for the new BBC Top Gear TV series, we have good news!
Below is the all new trailer, featuring fast cars, amazing driving, and the fantastic new presenters. Something tells us this series is going to surprise a few people (in a good way!). The ‘magnificent 7’ as they are being branded are; Chris Evans, Matt leBlanc, Eddie Jordan, German racing driver Sabine Schmitz, motoring journalist Chris Harris, Rory Reid who launched and presented for CNET’s Car Tech channel… oh and of course, Stig!
You can get the Top Gear Awards issue now, and also if you want to know more about the new presenters, you’ll want this copy with interviews with them all. If you are thinking about a new car this year, there’s even a Top Gear car guide available, as always with Mags Direct, postage is free in the UK.
The latest issue of world renown music magazine MOJO is flying out, probably due to its coverage of the Rolling Stones, who have just played a historic gig in Cuba, made possible after the thawing of relationships between the USA and its old enemy.
Cuba had a ban on foreign music for many years, so the Rolling Stones made a perfect pick to break the ice. The Stones actually played the gig for free – and I’m sure made many new fans in the process.
The Mojo issue is zeroing in on The Rolling Stones stellar 1966 before zooming forward for an exclusive glimpse of their career-spanning Exhibitionism show (your guide: Mick Jagger!).
The FREE covermount CD, entitled “Paint It Black” features 15 tracks that illustrate mid-’60s rock’s turn to the weird, from The Yardbirds, The Seeds, 13th Floor Elevators, The Rationals and more.
Also in this issue: Miles Davis’s ’70s freak out (and new movie); Graham Nash opens up; Bob Mould on Hüsker Dü and after. Plus: PJ Harvey, Black Sabbath, The Last Shadow Puppets, Lovin’ Spoonful, Thomas Cohen, Adam & The Ants, White Denim, how to buy Earth, Wind And Fire, and XTC’s Andy Partridge on his idea of ‘heaven’: “Imagine your ex-missus bollocking you, for ever…”
Order your copy from us now, and remember, with Mags Direct ‘your online newsagent’, postage is FREE in the UK. We also post magazines across the globe.
Anyone who is interested in golf knows it’s not long until one of the worlds most renown golf tournaments, The Masters. The 2016 Masters Tournament will be the 80th edition of the Masters Tournament and the first of golf’s four major championships to be held in 2016. It will be held from April 7–10 at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia, and we will be watching every minute we can (might be a few tired heads those few days!).
The whole tournament will be shown live on Sky Sports 1HD, from April 7th-10th.
Jordan Spieth has to be the favourite to come back and repeat his win, but othered fancied players are Adam Scott and Rickie Fowler. Tiger Woods you ask? We doubt he’ll even start the game, as we’re not really sure he’s ready. BUT he COULD still play, and he has been spotted recently at Augusta, so who knows, he can decide very late if he’s going to play.
Only a couple of weeks after Mags Direct went live, we already have 82 different magazine issues available to buy and pre-order. We have back issues, current issues, and the next issue for many magazines ready to purchase and have delivered to you the following day, via 1st class royal mail.
We aren’t going to stop there though, and are already in discussions with our publisher partners to bring even more magazines to our range. We will get more special one-off issues, and collectable bookazines such as the 90 year celebration of the Queen’s life, “90 Glorious Years“.
We already have great feedback from our customers – and it seems our unique service of offering single copies of magazines delivered next day was something missing in the market.
As the sun will start to come out (we hope!!), it’s time to think about the cycling year to come, and maybe upgrading your kit.
Just in stock is the latest April issue of What Mountain Bike, the no-nonsense magazine guide to all the best cycling kit.
It’s great for mountain bikers of all experience levels, and the April issue includes an exclusive first ride of the Santa Cruz Hightower, the Tallboy LT’s successor.
It also includes guides on how to buy suspension forks; how to stay warm and dry with six of the best waterproof jackets at prices to suit all pockets.
All the usual is packed into the magazine, with 144 reviews in the UK’s biggest MTB buyers guide.
Also a round up of four £1000 bikes – proper trail blasters at a ride to work scheme friendly price.
Buy What Mountain Bike April issue now in our online magazine shop, at the lowest price to your door available – free UK postage as always.
The new issue of BBC TopGear is a chance to get to know the new presenters, as all six are interviewed within the pages of the magazine.
Inside the new April 2016 issue:
- Meet your new Top Gear Team: Six big interviews inside
- Is the BMW M2 THE M car of the decade?
- V-Max, world exclusive first drive
- Porsche 718 Boxter
- Flat-out in the Vulcan, Aston’s most evil creation
- Pagani Huayra BC driven.
- 10 reasons why Porsche hasn’t lost the plot
- And much much more!
You can buy the issue right here.