Get your Chad for just 64p!

Tracy Powell Chad  Editor
Tracy Powell Chad Editor

SIGN up today to take the Chad for the next year and you can save pounds off the price of your favourite weekly newspaper.

Our special money-saving subscription offer will save you a whopping 25 per cent off the cover price – meaning you can get your Chad for just 64p a week.

Your Chad is packed full of news, sport and entertainment every week, including our puzzles page and features and campaigns such as the successful recent MRI appeal.

With the help of the Chad, more than £440,000 was raised following a magnificent effort by readers. We teamed up with King’s Mill Hospital to raise money for the life-saving equipment which will now be up and running at the hospital by May.

The Chad was also successful after launching the Cuckney speed campaign, to have cameras installed on the A60 following six deaths in as many years.

There is also our weekly restaruant reviews, comprehensive leisure listings and reviews for the area and also a trip down memory lane with our Looking Back section.

And don’t forget our sideways look at life in the area with our Eye Spy page.

The normal price of the paper is 85p - and even then there aren’t many things you can buy for that nowadays - it wouldn’t be enough to buy you a cup of tea in most cafes!But by using the subscription offer you can knock the price down to 64p a week.

Signing up is easy, you can either do it online at or call the subscription line on 0844 9916464 and quote the offer code MCHOP0009.

Payment is hassle free Direct Debit.

Once you’ve subscribed you’ll receive pre-paid vouchers in the post that you can exchange for your Chad at the newsagent’s or retailer.

Lines are open Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm and Saturdays from 9am to 1pm. Calls are charged at local rate from a landline.

Chad editor Tracy Powell said: “We know times are hard and every penny counts that’s why we want to reward our loyal readers with our subscription offer.

“It makes sense to use the subscriptions offer - why pay 85p when you can get it for 64p a week?”