What Digital Camera Magazine
What Digital Camera - The UK's best digital photography magazine.
What you get
Your Magazine will be posted to you.
What Digital Camera, the UK's premier digital photography magazine has been published since early 1997. It is widely respected for its authoritative, unbiased and in-depth camera, scanner, printer and software reviews, as well as for its easy to follow Photoshop technique tutorials.
•Now also available on the iPad!
•A subscription includes your print subscription plus access to your iPad version at no extra cost!
How it works
1. Simply select the amount of Clubcard vouchers you want to exchange using the basket on the right. Any change left over will go back into your Clubcard Account.
2. We’ll email your token codes to your Tesco.com email address within 24 hours.
3. Follow the instructions in your email. Your magazine will be posted once your subscription has been set up.
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The fine print
• Token codes are not transferable and will be issued with the name shown on your Clubcard vouchers. Token codes are valid for 6 months from date of issue.
• Your magazine will be posted to you.
• Terms and conditions apply.
Terms & Conditions
• Subscription is for 12 months (issue terms may vary) from issue date.
• Token codes are not valid for purchase of individual magazines and are for 12 months’ subscription only.
• The subscription may not include promotional items packaged with the magazine.
• Offer valid for UK subscriptions only; which includes Northern Ireland, but excludes BFPO addresses.
• Token codes are valid for 6 months from issue.
•You must exchange your Clubcard vouchers for token codes, Clubcard vouchers will not be accepted by the supplier.
•Token codes are not transferable.
• All standard Tesco.com and Clubcard scheme terms and conditions apply, these can be found on the website.
• Unused, expired and redeemed token codes issued after 13th August 2012 cannot be refunded, exchanged or returned. This does not affect your statutory rights.