The FOOTY20 Magazine is the ultimate guide to Footy 2020, 116 pages jam packed with exclusive stories and pictures. Our experts give their verdict on the season ahead, the players to watch and who they think will be holding the Premiership Cup in 2020.

This magazine asks the questions we all want to know. Watching the young guns Zak Butters and Darcy Fogarty, who are on track to create a huge buzz and high hopes for the season ahead in 2020. Are Damien Hardwick and the Tigers on the verge of a dynasty? Expectations are high at Carlton. Can the Blues maintain the momentum aboard the Teague Train? Which coach is most under pressure?

We answer the big questions in FOOTY20 Magazine out on Saturday, February 29.

To celebrate AFL 2020, pick up a copy of the FOOTY20 Magazine for just $4.95 only when you buy The Advertiser and Sunday Mail on Saturday, February 29 to Wednesday, April 1 from participating newsagents and other participating stores. (Max price magazine + paper is $7.95).

On sale: February 29

*Paper + Magazine max $7.95. FOOTY20 Magazine available with purchase of The Advertiser and Sunday Mail (RRP $3.00) on 29/02/20 to 01/04/20, while stocks last. Available at participating newsagents and other stores in South Australia. One magazine per original token from hardcopy (not digital) newspaper only.

SEE STOCKISTS HERE

Q. When is the FOOTY20 magazine available?

A. From Saturday February 29, 2020 until Wednesday April 1, 2020 (unless sold out from participating newsagents)

Q. How much does FOOTY20 magazine cost?

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A. The magazine is $4.95 with purchase of the corresponding days The Advertiser. Cost of The Advertiser + magazine as follows: Saturday = $7.95 (magazine $4.95 + Saturday The Advertiser $3), Sunday = $7.95 (magazine $4.95 + Sunday Mail $3), Monday to Friday = $6.95 max (magazine $4.95 + The Advertiser $2 max)

Q. How do I get a copy of FOOTY20 magazine?

A. Purchase The Advertiser from Saturday February 29. The magazine will be available with the purchase of The Advertiser and Sunday Mail from Saturday, February 29 to Wednesday, April 1 unless stocks run out. Simply present the in paper token to your participating newsagent and other stores to purchase the magazine.

Q. I purchased my newspaper from an outlet that is not participating in the promotion. Do I need to buy another newspaper from a participating newsagent?

A. You can buy your paper anywhere and then take the original hardcopy (not digital) token from the newspaper to a participating newsagent to redeem the FOOTY20 magazine.

Q. My newsagent does not have any of the FOOTY20 magazine left. What can I do?

A. You can try locating the magazine at another participating newsagent and other participating store.

Q. Can I get more than one FOOTY20 magazine?

A. Yes, however you will need to purchase the corresponding number of papers, e.g. if you want two magazines you will need to buy two papers.

Q. I bought the newspaper this morning and when I got home, I realised the token was ripped out of the newspaper. What should I do?

A. Please return the hardcopy newspaper to the participating newsagent you bought it at,

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explain the situation and ask for a replacement copy with the token intact. If they fail to

provide you with a complete copy of the newspaper, please contact the News Corp Australia

Helpline on 1300 696 397.

Q. I get my newspaper home delivered and cannot make it to a participating newsagent.

A. You can call a participating newsagent to see if they are able to put a magazine on hold. The

FOOTY20 magazine is available strictly while stocks last.

Q. Can I purchase a FOOTY20 magazine and not the paper?

A. No, the FOOTY20 magazine is only available with the purchase of The Advertiser or Sunday Mail while stocks last.

Q. In which states are the FOOTY20 magazines available?

A. The FOOTY20 magazine is available in Victoria and Riverina, South Australia and Northern Territory

Q: I have a question that I can’t find an answer for in these FAQs. Who can I call to ask?

A: You can call the News Corp Australia helpline: 1300 696 397 and one of the team will

respond during business hours 9:00am – 5:00pm.



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