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Win a 10th gen iPad and a Readly subscription this autumn

Be in with a chance of winning a new iPad and accompanying Readly subscription

Summer feeling like a distant memory and you need a little pick me up as we head into autumn?  Us too. Remember, nothing beats the autumnal colours of nature, long walks, pub lunches and hot chocolates by the fire, except maybe if you were to win a 10th generation Apple iPad with new all‑screen design and a subscription to digital magazine and newspaper app, Readly. There’ll never be any shortage of sustainable reading material, or something to read it on!  

Available in four colours, the new 10th gen iPad has a 10.9-inch Liquid Retina display. It makes a great canvas for creativity, allowing you to draw, paint, write, mark up documents and more with Apple Pencil. The creative powerhouse has 12MP cameras back and front and an A14 Bionic chip for better power and performance. 

A Readly subscription, which usually costs £9.99 per month, gives unlimited access to 7,500 digital magazines and newspapers, including Stuff, so you spend your downtime reading about everything that interests you this autumn – from tech to tea loaf recipes! Readly also includes national and regional newspapers and podcasts as part of the subscription, as well as offering five reading profiles per household.

How to enter

Ready to make your autumn awesome? Get in with a chance of winning a 10th gen iPad and Readly subscription by clicking here and answering this question:

How many issues of Stuff magazine are there on Readly?

A… 100

B… 157

C… 200

Submit your entry before 11:59 PM on 31st October 2023

Profile image of Rachael Sharpe Rachael Sharpe Commissioning Editor, Stuff magazine


Rachael is a British journalist with 19 years experience in the publishing industry. Before going freelance, her career saw her launch websites and magazines spanning photography through to lifestyle and weddings. Since going freelance she’s sloped off to Devon to enjoy the beaches and walk her dog and has contributed to some of the world’s best-loved websites and magazines, while specialising in technology and lifestyle. It was inevitable she would graduate to Stuff at some point.