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We're having a mid-season sale and you can now get five issues of our mags for a fiver

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How would you like a print subscription to any of our best-selling magazines, including Classic Rock, Metal Hammer or Prog for only £5 for the first five issues?

Well, you're in luck as we are holding a mid-season sale offering UK readers just that.

The offer is live right now – see below for direct links to your favourite mags.

Metal Hammer editor Merlin Alderslade says: “Like much of the world, magazines find themselves in an unprecedented situation at the moment, and we're doing everything we can to navigate this storm. 

Metal Hammer, Classic Rock and Prog can only exist through the support of our amazing readers, so if you've ever thought about becoming a fully-fledged subscriber, now is the time. 

“We've put together this special offer so that we at Metal Hammer, Classic Rock and Prog can continue bringing you the very best in the world of rock and metal every single month. Thanks as ever for your support."

If you’d like any of our top-notch print magazines delivered direct to your door, we are currently offering five issues for £5, with payment options then starting from £17.52 every quarter depending on which title you select. 

Subscribe to Classic Rock
Subscribe to Metal Hammer
Subscribe to Prog

Digital Subscription

If a digital subscription is more your bag, you can sign up to get our titles delivered straight to your laptop, tablet or phone. Go digital and get immediate access to your favourite content. Prices are currently reduced at £7.15 per quarter.

Don’t forget, single of the latest issues of Classic Rock, Metal Hammer and Prog can also be bought online from My Favourite Magazines so you can get your fix of rock and metal delivered straight to your door.

You'll also find a selection of back issues so you can plug any gaps in your collection.

Scott Munro

News editor for Classic Rock, Metal Hammer, Prog and Louder. He’s been at the news desk since 2014 and when not writing, he can be found watching baseball and visiting whisky distilleries.