Ways to keep reading Uncut during lockdown

Even if you can't leave the house, there's no need to miss an issue

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We realise these are challenging times – so we wanted to let you know that we’ll still be publishing Uncut as usual every month.

You’ll find us on sale in all the usual outlets, where open. But if you can’t make it to the shops, here are some other ways to ensure you can continue to get your fix of Uncut and our specials.

You can subscribe to the magazine here and have all future issues delivered direct to your home. Currently we are offering a huge 65% discount on the usual subscription price – all you need to do is enter this code: UCWEBES20

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You can order a copy of the latest issue, with free delivery to all UK addresses (and reduced P&P worldwide). You’ll also be able to pick up copies of recent issues that you may have missed.

If you have any questions about print subscriptions – whether that’s an existing one, or a new one or a single issue sale – our subs team subscriptions@uncut.co.uk will be able to help.

Uncut is also available as a digital magazine. You can purchase individual issues or take advantage of our latest subscription offers – just as you can with the physical magazine.

We are also continuing to publish a fantastic series of specials, which include our Ultimate Music Guides, bookazines, the Archive Collection and more.

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