When did the Daily Mail increase to 70p?
DMG Media has announced a 5p pro-rata cover price increase for the Daily Mail and its Scottish counterpart, due to go into effect on 17 September.
The change brings the price of daily editions up to 70p, giving retailers 15.62p for every copy sold..
Can you subscribe to the Daily Mail?
With a Mail Plus digital subscription you get: The Daily Mail and The Mail on Sunday digital edition on tablet, phone and computer. Delivered straight to your device, seven days a week — and including your favourite magazines Weekend, YOU and Event. … Get tomorrow’s newspaper delivered the night before.
Who is the target audience of the Daily Mail?
The Daily Mail is a British daily tabloid formatted newspaper founded in 1896. Other editions of the daily paper include its sister paper The Mail on Sunday, as well as the Scottish and Irish Editions. The Daily Mail’s main target audience is lower-middle-class British women.
How much does the Saturday Daily Mail Cost?
Associated Newspapers is raising the price of the Saturday edition of the Daily Mail for the first time in five years, from 70p to 80p. The rise will make it 20p more expensive than its mid-market rival the Daily Express.