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Readly joins Virgin Red as a new partner

Virgin Red, Virgin’s rewards club, has partnered with Readly to offer members up to 750 Virgin Points and their first month free when they sign-up to Readly through Virgin Red.

Readly joins Virgin Red as a new partner
Ranj Begley: “We are delighted to join forces with Virgin Red.”

Readly’s subscription service offers unlimited digital access to more than 6,000 magazines and newspapers including Cosmopolitan, GQ, Time Magazine, BBC Good Food, National Geographic, Men’s Health, The Daily Express and The Guardian.

Anyone signing up to Readly through Virgin Red will get their first month’s subscription for free. After this, the cost is £9.99 per month and Virgin Red members will earn 250 points per month for three months.

Richard X Moore, Director of Partnerships, for Virgin Red, says: “At Virgin Red we like to find ways to make every day more rewarding for our members so we’re thrilled to welcome Readly as a partner. It means our members can earn Virgin Points while enjoying unlimited access to thousands of their favourite newspapers and magazines at any time. It’s also a really environmentally friendly way to read newspapers and magazines, which we know our members will love.”

Ranj Begley, UK MD and Chief Content Officer at Readly, says: “We are delighted to join forces with Virgin Red to offer their members a free Readly trial subscription as well as the chance to earn Virgin Points on their Readly subscription. As trusted news and verified journalism becomes increasingly important, Virgin Red members can access the broad portfolio of magazines and newspapers available on our platform and be entertained and inspired by the content, whether it be a favourite title or something completely new.”

People do not have to be an existing Virgin customer to benefit from Virgin Red – anyone can sign up for free and start earning Virgin Points.


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