Save money on news and magazine subscriptions with PressReader
If you’re looking to save a bit of cash on your newspaper or magazine subscriptions, why not sign up to Wolverhampton Libraries’ free PressReader service? It gives library members access to digital versions of over 7,000 newspaper and magazine titles, all for free – whether they are in their local library, at home or on the move.
It features major national newspapers and magazines covering a wide range of topics like sport, fashion, travel, gaming, animals and pets, and music.
Among the most popular titles with library members in Wolverhampton are newspapers including the Daily Mail, Daily Mirror, Guardian and Daily Telegraph, and magazines like BBC Good Food, Computer Active, Men’s Health, Woman’s Own and Women’s Health. Also popular are crafting titles such as Simply Knitting, Love Embroidery and Simply Crochet.
Councillor Jasbir Jaspal, the City of Wolverhampton Council's Cabinet Member for Public Health and Wellbeing, said: "We’re delighted to be able to offer library members free access to PressReader and, since its launch last year, they have read more than 700,000 articles.
“It’s simple to use, and you can read your favourite titles on your computer or your mobile device using the PressReader app.
"So, if you are already a member, please check out the wide range of titles that are available to you through PressReader – there's bound to be something of interest. If you are not a library member, please join for free today so that you don't miss out.
“And, with the cost of living putting individuals and families under greater pressure, it’s a quick and easy way to save a bit of extra money each month.”
For more information about PressReader, and to sign up, visit www.pressreader.com. Alternatively, download the PressReader app from the Apple or Play Store. Go to 'Sign In' and select 'Library or Group', search for 'Wolverhampton' and then, when prompted, enter your library card number.
It's free to join Wolverhampton's libraries – to find out more, please visit www.wolverhampton.gov.uk/libraries, call 01902 552025 or follow the library service on social media at www.facebook.com/wolveslibraries and www.twitter.com/wolveslibraries.
If you are struggling in any way at the moment with the cost-of-living crisis, the council might be able to help give some support with energy bills, food or even just a warm space where you can recharge yourself and your devices. Find out more at www.wolverhampton.gov.uk/costofliving.
Councillor Jasbir Jaspal, the City of Wolverhampton Council's Cabinet Member for Public Health and Wellbeing, logs onto the free PressReader service.