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Bag a bargain for your West Ham-supporting friends and family this Christmas with a Blowing Bubbles subscription for 2019

Our partners Blowing Bubbles are offering a huge discount to WHTID readers for 2019.

Editor David Blackmore and his team are offering UK residents the opportunity to subscribe for the whole year for just £20.19 – that’s a saving of more than 30%.

There are also huge discounts for European, international and digital subscriptions to help spread the festive claret and blue cheer around the globe!

David, who launched the magazine in 2012, says: “This is the biggest New Year discount we have ever offered because we want to reach more people than ever before as we chronicle the next twists and turns of our club’s journey.

“As well as securing a subscription for yourself, why not look to take advantage of this offer to secure subscriptions for your West Ham-supporting friends and family for Christmas.”

To take advantage of our very special offer no matter where you are in the world, and get every issue of the magazine delivered through your door just click this link: “http://www.blowing-bubbles.co.uk/whtid-christmas-2018-offer.html”:http://www.blowing-bubbles.co.uk/whtid-christmas-2018-offer.html


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Don't miss this great deal from West Ham's best fanzine

Our friends over at Blowing Bubbles are offering a huge discount to West Ham Till I Die readers for the upcoming season.

Editor David Blackmore and his team are pumped for the new season and want to reach more people than ever before with a very special offer for you ahead of the new campaign.

David, who launched the magazine in 2012, says: “We have some big plans for the new season and, whatever happens on the field, we’ll be there every step of the way to chronicle the next twists and turns of our club’s journey. There is just one thing missing. You.”

They don’t want you to miss an issue for what could be an exciting season, which is why they are offering the opportunity to subscribe for the season for just £20 – that’s a saving of more than 30%.

To take advantage of our very special offer no matter where you are in the world, and get every issue of the magazine delivered through your door just click this link: “http://www.blowing-bubbles.co.uk/whtid-201819-offer.html”:http://www.blowing-bubbles.co.uk/whtid-201819-offer.html


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"Get a season ticket for FREE": West Ham fanzine wants passionate sellers

Blowing Bubbles Magazine want passionate and vocal West Ham fans to help them sell their fanzine this season.

Editor David Blackmore and his selling team can be found near Stratford tube and international stations before matchdays but are looking to expand their team to position sellers at locations around the London Stadium.

David says: "We’re looking for West Ham fans who aren’t afraid of making themselves heard, enjoy the banter with our fans and want to earn enough money to buy a season ticket next season.

“We sell for just under two hours before home matches and always pack up in good time to get to the ground before kick off. Our readers are a tremendously loyal bunch and make the experience enjoyable.

“But we are aware with so many more West Ham fans going to games compared to Upton Park and more ways of getting to the stadium, we need more people in different locations to ensure we are reaching more people.”

Anyone interested is urged to email editor@blowing-bubbles.co.uk to register their interest.


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Blowing Bubbles’ massive Summer Annual will help you beat the post-season blues!

Blowing Bubbles Magazine are producing a monster Summer Annual which comes out next week. This will be a must have for all West Ham fans this summer to fend off the post-season blues, and it will be one of the biggest editions the team at Blowing Bubbles has ever pulled together!

Editor David Blackmore with a previous copy of Blowing Bubbles Monthly

There is some brilliant exclusive content as well as the best articles from the past season. There are interviews with Pele, Julian Dicks, Kieron Dyer, David Gold, Dean Ashton, Don Hutchison, Lou Macari, David Cross, comedian Adam Hills, and many more.

This extraordinary issue – the fourth annual they’ve pulled together – will cost £10 for UK residents (including postage and packing) and is out on Friday 29 June.

David Blackmore, editor of Blowing Bubbles Monthly, said: "It’s not been the best season for West Ham on the pitch but it’s been another incredible season for Blowing Bubbles Monthly off it. As West Ham stuttered and stumbled our way through the season, we’ve gained significantly more readers, and more subscribers than we’ve ever had before.

“The response to some of our issues this season has been absolutely extraordinary. To be honest, the feedback we’ve received all season has been incredibly pleasing – people like what we do and it’s given us the confidence to keep doing it.

“Every year we’ve looked to make our Summer Annual the biggest and best issue we’ve ever had and our team are excited about pulling together this massive edition.”

Following the huge demand from overseas Hammers for last year’s summer annual, they are once again making this issue available for people living in Europe and around the world to purchase.

Orders MUST be placed before 11pm on Sunday 24 June. Secure your Summer Annual here

You can also secure a season-long subscription for our 2017/18 campaign by clicking here.

For those without PayPal, email editor@blowing-bubbles.co.uk to arrange alternative payment.


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Opposition players and fans relish coming to the London Stadium but how many would have looked forward to coming to Upton Park?

The London Stadium has been home to West Ham for nearly two seasons now, and with the finish line of this campaign coming into view, our final home game this month looks like the fixture list has done the Irons a favour in terms of taking charge of their own fate.

But writing in his column in Blowing Bubbles magazine, former Irons legend Phil Parkes says he is worried that the London Stadium still does not feel like home, and the fear factor provided by Upton Park which could have helped tipped the balance West Ham’s way is sadly lacking.

“I know I say this all the time but the new stadium just doesn’t have the hostile atmosphere that Upton Park did,” he said. “Opposition players and fans relish coming to the London Stadium but how many would have looked forward to coming to Upton Park? Our last game in March is going to be a very important month for us. The atmosphere at your home stadium can really help.”

Elsewhere in his column, Parkes gives an insight into how off the field problems can affect players, and does not hold back in his views on club owners David Gold and David Sullivan.

In addition to Parkes, former team-mate George Parris gives Blowing Bubbles his opinion on current events at the club, and the magazine’s team of top writing talent cover all the latest claret and blue news, from the arrival of Patrice Evra to the future of the Bobby Moore statue, and from how the board can get fans back on side to what the future holds for James Collins.

For all this and more, pick up a copy of the new Blowing Bubbles – “Out now”:http://www.blowing-bubbles.co.uk/read-our-latest-issue.html


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