USA magazine subscriptions offer: 48% off standard prices

Today we’re launching a time-limited special offer on subscriptions to HackSpace magazine and The MagPi magazine for readers in the USA, saving you a whopping 48% compared to standard overseas subscriptions. We want to help as many people as possible get their hands on our fantastic publications.

Starting today, you can subscribe to these magazines for the discounted price of $60 a year – just $5 per issue. Not only will you receive twelve issues direct to your door, but you’ll also receive a free gift and save up to 35% compared with newsstand prices!

You’ll need to be quick – this discounted offer is only running until 31 March 2020.

HackSpace magazine

HackSpace magazine is packed with projects for fixers and tinkerers of all abilities. We’ll teach you new techniques and give you refreshers on familiar ones, from 3D printing, laser cutting, and woodworking to electronics and the Internet of Things. HackSpace magazine will inspire you to dream bigger and build better.

Your $60 subscription will get you twelve issues per year and a free Adafruit Circuit Playground Express, worth $25. Click here to subscribe today!

The MagPi magazine

The MagPi is the official Raspberry Pi magazine. Written by and for the community, it’s packed with Raspberry Pi-themed projects, computing and electronics tutorials, how-to guides, and the latest news and reviews.

Your $60 subscription will get you twelve issues per year and a free Raspberry Pi Zero W with accessories. Click here to subscribe today!

WIN! WIN! WIN!

To help spread the word about this special offer, we’re running a little no-purchase-required giveaway.

Just retweet this tweet with the hashtag #WinARaspberryPiThing, and we’ll pick five of you to win a Raspberry Pi bookazine of your choice, signed by whichever members of the Raspberry Pi team Alex can pull away from the scrum around the coffee machine.

If you don’t have Twitter, you can leave your favourite (family-friendly) knock-knock joke in the blog comments below and we’ll pick two more winners from there too!

The winners can choose any of the following:

We’ll pick winners on 1 April 2020, so you have a month and a bit to share the love!

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Please count me in for that #WinARaspberryPiThing thing! I had to Google what a knock-knock joke is, but here’s the best (IMHO) I found:

Knock, Knock.
Who’s there?
Nobel.
Nobel who?
Nobel…that’s why I knocked.

Funny, right? BTW, as a non-native speaker of the English language, it was a bit difficult to figure out whether that knock-knock joke was a requirement. I decided I’d better be safe than sorry :)

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Hey, what happened to the giveaway? Seems it’s gone from your blog post now :(

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What are the Raspberry Pi accessories? From the picture on the order page, I see a case with 3 different covers. Does it also come with the HDMI and USB adapters? Does it include the camera?

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knock, knock
who’s there?
nobel gas
nobel gas who?
nobel gas argon.

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Knock knock.
Who’s there?
Interrupting Cow
Interrup Moo!

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Knock Knock Who’s there?
Vaughan.
Vaughan who?
Vaughan flew over the cuckoo’s nest.

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Hedging my bets here…

Knock, knock!
Who’s there?
Juana si.
Juana who?
Juana si what my Raspberry Pi is capable of?

Sorry… someone had to… ??

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Knock Knock
Who’s there?
Orange
Orange who?
Orange you glad I didn’t say banana?

-I don’t like bananas =)

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Are you planning any ROW subscription offers for the Magpi? Thanks

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-Why did Sally fall off the swing?
-I don’t know why?
-Because she had no arms.
-Knock knock!!
-Who is there?
-Not Sally.

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Knock knock
Who’s there?
Tank.
Tank who?
You’re welcome.

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Didn’t get a response. I’ll try posting again:

What are the Raspberry Pi accessories? From the picture on the order page, I see a case with 3 different covers. Does it also come with the HDMI and USB adapters? Does it include the camera?

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Is this offer still good (March 13th, 2020)? I got an email about subscribing in the USA and I followed through to the payment stage but my cards both failed validation/verification/authentication/whatever so the payment failed. Both cards are perfectly fine and used frequently. If this offer is still good, what other options are there for payment?

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Nevermind, I guess the card processing service was super picky about my middle initial being in the card details. I added that and it worked. False alarm.

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