October ABC: The Mail on Sunday was the only Sunday title to grow its sales month on month
The Mail on Sunday was the only title to grow its sales month on month in October, according to the latest ABC figures. The mid-market tabloid recorded a 1.0% rise on September's result with 20,550 extra copies sold.
Priced at £1.50, The Mail on Sunday remains Britain's biggest selling Sunday newspaper by a substantial margin. In October, the paper recorded an average weekly circulation of 2,000,251, over 200,000 copies more than its nearest competitor.
The Mail on Sunday's figure fell just 1.8 per cent year on year. Unlike in previous years, these strong figures were achieved without DVD or CD promotions.
Marcus Rich, Managing Director of The Mail on Sunday, said: "We 're really delighted with the latest ABC figures. Our loyal readers and new customers are enjoying the fantastic value that The Mail on Sunday has to offer and our brilliant Mail Rewards Club is also steadily growing and we're rewarding our loyal readers with £5 vouchers at top stores."
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