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Tomorrow’s (Saturday’s) edition of the Daily Mail will carry details of a £50 voucher that readers can redeem at any HND retailer across the UK to pay for their delivery charge.

This voucher – which will be promoted on the newspaper’s front cover – will be open to both new and existing HND customers taking out a subscription to the Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday.

New customers will agree their delivery charge in advance, the voucher will then be applied to the reader’s account and the delivery charge will be taken from the ‘£50 credit’ until it runs out. From then onwards, the customer will then pay the agreed delivery charge. Existing customers who already receive a HND service from a retailer can redeem the voucher against their existing delivery charge.

Mail head of circulation Shaun Jones said: “We are very excited about this new offer, especially given the cold and dark mornings and the uncertain times we are all living in.

“As retailers will be fully compensated for their delivery charges, we would ask all Federation members who offer a home news delivery service to really get behind this offer and encourage customers to sign up.”

The HND voucher will be sent to the reader within 21 days of starting their subscription. The reader will provide them to the retailer on receipt for the £50 HND DSC value. The vouchers will be redeemed via the usual wholesale voucher redemption route.

National President Stuart Reddish added: “Home news delivery has really come into its own during the Covid-19 pandemic, especially in providing a vital lifeline to the elderly, vulnerable and infirm.  I would echo the Mail and urge members to support this scheme and secure some much-needed and guaranteed income.”

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