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Last chance: Get your Spectator subscription for a special price

Special offer in honour of our 25th anniversary.

In celebration of this milestone anniversary, we have prepared a special offer for you: from March 1 - 2 ONLY you can obtain an annual online subscription for the price of €29 .

Exactly 25 years ago, the first issue of The Slovak Spectator was published. It was our newspaper that informed the world about the modern struggle for democracy in the time of Meciarism and introduced Slovak journalism to the likes of investigative journalist Tom Nicholson and editor-in-chief of the SME daily Beata Balogová.

Much has changed since we first entered the Slovak media market, but the invaluable support we have received from our readers has never wavered. Thanks to you, we have managed to build a strong foundation based on trust, integrity and cooperation.

As the only English-language newspaper in Slovakia, we take our job very seriously. With your subscription, our Slovakia-based journalists can continue to report on all the important happenings in Slovakia.

Within the online subscription, you will have full access to all content on spectator.sme.sk and receive a weekly summary of the most important news stories, along with a special podcast about travelling and lifestyle. A PDF version of the latest issue of our newspaper, The Slovak Spectator, will also be emailed directly to you once a month.

Traditionally, a 25th wedding anniversary is celebrated with silver, a valuable commodity that represents a brilliant and long lasting partnership. Like silver, your support is priceless and with it, The Slovak Spectator looks forward to many more fruitful years on the Slovak media market.

Thank you for becoming our subscriber!

The Slovak Spectator team

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