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There is an additional Telegraph magazine titled ‘Luxury’ for retail insertion into The Daily Telegraph issue dated Saturday, October 9, 2021.

This additional magazine will be delivered with your Telegraph live news supplies on Saturday, October 9, 2021. If you do not receive the ‘Luxury’ magazine with Saturday’s live news supplies, please contact your Telegraph wholesaler to request that this be rectified as soon as possible.

The normal retail handling allowance will be paid for inserting the magazine into The Telegraph.

If you have any questions please contact retailsupport@telegraph.co.uk.

A retail trade advice letter has been sent to all relevant wholesalers today, to copy and distribute to all multiple group stores and independent retailers on each of the wholesale areas shown on the following three days:

ID – Thursday 7th October 2021

ID – Friday 8th October 2021

ID – Saturday 9th October 2021

Wholesale areas include:

SN Slough

MD Maidstone

MD Ashford

SN Hemel Hempstead

SN Crawley

SN Lancing

MD Eastbourne

SN Hammersmith

SN Croydon

SN Hornsey

SN City News

News UK Night Sales

SN London Travel News

MD SE London

MD Bow

MD Grays

SN Southampton

Jersey

Guernsey

MD Portsmouth

MD Ryde

SN Reading

MD Weybridge

SN Stevenage

 

To read the letter, please click here.

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