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Black Friday 30% off subscriptions

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Posted by Creative Review, 23 November 2012, 11:16    Permalink    Comments (0)

We're fast approaching 700,000 followers on Twitter, and to say thanks for getting us there, we're offering 30% off all magazine subscriptions taken out today, and over the weekend.

Over the past couple of years our followers have helped us identify the best logos and slogans of all time, given us invaluable feedback about our magazine and app, and shown us plenty of things that we never would have found out about if it wasn't for Twitter.

As a thank you to all of you, and to celebrate our ever-growing international community, we're getting into the spirit of Black Friday by offering a 30% discount off one-year, two-year and three-year magazine subscriptions today, wherever you're based in the world. Head here to take advantage of the discount.

Of course, we don't want our current subscribers to miss out either, so if you're already a subscriber, you can also take advantage of the discount. Take out a subscription and it will automatically be added onto the end of your current subscription.

With your subscription you'll get:

- The magazine delivered direct to your door each month
- Monograph, our exclusive monthly visual supplement, produced only for subscribers
- Access to an online archive of over five years' worth of CR content
- The Annual and Photography Annual print showcases
- Priority invites to Creative Review events and training courses (coming soon)

You have until Monday, November 26 to take advantage of the offer, so step this way!

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