Frequently Asked Questions

Below are the answers to our frequently asked questions

A subscription to Blue Bricks Magazine is £3.49 per month for digital access and print. You’ll get instant access to the online articles, as well as get the monthly issues of our print publication through your letterbox. If you’d prefer to opt for digital access only, this subscription is £2.19 per month.
You can sign up to Blue Bricks Magazine by clicking here.
If you have signed up to a print subscription with Blue Bricks Magazine (if not, click here) then you'll receive your copy between the 15th and 17th of each month. Please allow for postage, as it may take slightly longer if these fall on public holidays or weekends.
Yes. We accept subscriptions from international readers. However, this may attract a postal fee. To sign up, simply follow the same process by clicking here, then contact us to let us know you'll need an international subscription by clicking here.
Blue Bricks Magazine is printed monthly, however, we do publish articles, news and bonus content on our website frequently.
Blue Bricks Magazine offers readers two subscription options. The first being the traditional print subscription, which gives readers the option to receive the monthly print publication through their letterbox. In addition, readers can also view all the articles online, as well as bonus content.

The second subscription option is digital access, which is a lower cost version, where readers don't receive the monthly print publication, but can still read all the articles online, as well as the bonus online content. Subscribe here.
Blue Bricks Magazine offers readers two subscription options. The first being the traditional print subscription, which gives readers the option to receive the monthly print publication through their letterbox. In addition, readers can also view all the articles online, as well as bonus content.

The second subscription option is digital access, which is a lower cost version, where readers don't receive the monthly print publication, but can still read all the articles online, as well as the bonus online content. Subscribe here.
Currently, we do not offer a free trial. However, if you'd rather not subscribe to the magazine, you can purchase back copies for £6.99 per issue, one off.
To change your shipping details, click 'My Account' right at the top of this page > click 'Addresses' in the sidebar > click 'Edit' on the address you'd like to change > click 'Save Address'.
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Yes. You can change your subscription type. To do this, click 'My Account' at the very top of this page > click 'My Subscriptions' in the sidebar > scroll down to 'Subscription Totals' > click 'Upgrade or downgrade' > choose your subscription type and follow the guide on the checkout.
You can change your account password by clicking 'My Account' at the very top of this page > click 'Account details' in the sidebar > change your details in the form as required > click 'Save changes'.
You can change your account email address by clicking 'My Account' at the very top of this page > click 'Account details' in the sidebar > change your details in the form as required > click 'Save changes'.
Blue Bricks Magazine subscriptions can be cancelled within 14 days of signing up without penalty. All our subscriptions are on a 12 month contract term, this allows us to keep the cost of the magazine low to our readers. If you wish to cancel early, there will be an £8.99 charge and cancellation will be immediate.

If you are within your initial 14 day period, or you've had your subscription for more than 12 months, you may cancel free of charge. If you are still in your contract term, cancellation will carry a penalty of £8.99; you can get in touch with us to cancel by clicking here.