October 30 2014 Latest news:
The Eastern Daily Press is now available in a variety of different formats to ensure that wherever you are and however you'd like to view the content, you can!
Click here to view your current subscriptions.
Hundreds of people enjoy the EDP digital edition and see the same great mix of news, sport, comment and analysis as the printed copy with the following added benefits:
You can save more the longer you subscribe so don’t miss out on a potential 20% saving on an annual subscriptions. Click here to subscribe today.
Single edition purchase: Monday to Friday: 75p Saturday edition: £1.50
|Quarterly (3 months):||£61.43||10%|
|Biannual (6 months):||£116.03||15%|
|Twelve months': £218.40||£218.40||20%|
You can save more, the longer you subscribe, so don't miss out on a potential saving of 20% annually. Click here to visit the sign up page today.
The EDP is also available as a replica App through the AppStore, click here to find out more.
EDP24 are also proud to bring you the Norfolk Food and Drink App, the regions must have guide to the finest eateries in the county. Whether you're looking for a chic Michelin star restaurant, a contemporary gastro pub or a simple coffee shop to while away the hours, the Norfolk Food and Drink App is designed to help you find what you're looking for. Click the icon to find out more.
Subscribe to receive the Eastern Daily Press print edition by Royal Mail post.
Posted by Royal Mail First Class, you should receive your copy the day after publishing* (Monday to Saturday)
Choose from the following options:
|Duration of subscription||Cost of subscription plus postage||Total|
|EDP Everyday for 12 weeks||£63+ postage of £109.80||£172.80|
|EDP Thursdays only for 12 weeks||£9+ postage of £15.60||£24.60|
|EDP Fridays only for 12 weeks||£9+ postage of £15.60||£24.60|
If you have any alternative postal subscription requirements, please contact our team on 01603 772738 and we'll be happy to tailor a subscription package that suits you.
Did you know you can avoid the high postal costs by switching to a digital edition subscription? Hundreds of people enjoy the EDP digital edition and see the same great mix of news, sport, comment and analysis as the printed copy with added benefits:
Don't forget you can access discounts, save on pesky postal charges and avoid delays in receiving your copy of the EDP by choosing our Digital Edition. Find out more by clicking on Digital and Apps above.
A selection of our magazine titles and our fantastic range of supplements can be found below.
Click the magazines to find out more, and click on the front cover of the supplements to view.
Please find a list of Frequently Asked Questions regarding subscriptions.
You can save any page of our e-editions to your computer as an Adobe Acrobat PDF file.
To save the page you are viewing as PDF just click the PDF icon which will appear at the top outside corner of the page when you hover your mouse over the page.
Alternatively if you would like to make a PDF of a collection of pages you can click the Menu button in the bottom middle of the screen.
This will bring up a menu of which one of the options is 'Download a PDF'. All the pages will then load as thumbnails and you can select which ones you want to include in your PDF file by clicking each thumbnail. Once you have selected all the pages just click the 'Download' button at the bottom of the screen.
To print the page you are viewing just click the printer icon which will appear at the top outside corner of the page when you hover your mouse over the page.
Alternatively if you would like to print a collection of pages you can click the Menu button in the bottom middle of the screen. This will bring up a menu of which one of the options is 'Print Pages'. All the pages will then load as thumbnails and you can select which ones you want to print by clicking each thumbnail. Once you have selected all the pages you need just click the 'Print' button at the bottom of the screen.
To search for a specific article, click the search button in the top right hand corner.
A search box will then appear and you can enter your keywords followed by the 'search button'. Keep your search term as simple and broad as possible - for example try a person's surname or a street name.
Unfortunately you can't write straight on the screen - yet!
We recommend printing out the page using the instructions above to complete on paper.