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More 2023 price increases are on the horizon, as the Fed has received a letter from I,  revealing IWeekend and weekday editions prices will increase at the end of this year.

New prices and barcodes are available here. Please note retail terms will remain unchanged at 21.5 per cent and 22 per cent respectively. All subscription vouchers will be credited at the new values. Systems need to be updated so subscribers will receive the full price when redeeming their vouchers.

Adding to our recent article regarding price increases, the Fed is interested to know retailers’ opinions on 2023 price increases, and how they could affect independent businesses. After a difficult year, the Fed aims to be the voice of members. We will be using the newspaper summit in early January to further air concerns and identify solutions.

You can contact the Fed through social media or the Contact Centre – Christmas opening times can be found here. 

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