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ET cover price to increase by 20p from July 2022

ET cover price to increase by 20p from July 2022
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Mike Judge
Mike Judge Mike Judge. Editor of Evangelical Times, and pastor of Chorlton Evangelical Church in Manchester.
06 June, 2022 2 min read

From the next edition (July), the cover price of Evangelical Times is set to increase by 20p, from £1.30 to £1.50. This is the first cover price increase in eight years and reflects rising costs in print and distribution.

An individual annual subscription will increase from £19.95 to £22.95. A bulk subscription of three or more copies sent to one address (popular with many churches) will increase from £15.60 to £18.00.

The annual online subscription, giving full access to the ET website and digital content, remains the same at £10 per year.

A new combined digital and print subscription is also available:

ET launches combined online and print subscription
Why do some things just seem to work better together? Perhaps you like the convenience of accessing ET’s latest digital content on the move, but also like to have a copy of the newspaper on the coffee table to read at home or in the office? ET are pleased to now offer a new combined subscription wit…

We hope you recognise the investments we have made in the quality of our output, and – more importantly – our commitment to orthodox biblical Christianity.

This is an increasingly challenging time for newspapers and magazines. But now, more than ever, we need a clear voice for evangelical Christians who are coming under more pressure from our culture.

We value the loyalty of our existing readership, and we are encouraged to see signs that we are reaching a new generation of readers. But in the final analysis, we look to the Lord for his blessing and his sustaining hand.

‘He is before all things, and in him all things consist’ (Colossians 1:17).

Mike Judge, Editor

Mike Judge
Mike Judge. Editor of Evangelical Times, and pastor of Chorlton Evangelical Church in Manchester.
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