Ipswich Town are just over a month away from starting their Premier League campaign - so make sure you sign-up for our latest special offer which gets you ALL our coverage!

Subscribing now means that just £4 gets you four months of access to everything we produce around the Blues.

Even better, you can also sign up for a year and get 40% off - just £35, or less than £3 a month. 

L-R: Alex Jones, Stuart Watson and Mark HeathL-R: Alex Jones, Stuart Watson and Mark Heath (Image: Newsquest)
That will give you everything we produce around Ipswich Town - Stuart Watson's match verdicts, Alex Jones' player ratings, our monthly exclusive interviews, extensive analysis, a range of video content from Ross Halls and all of our popular Kings of Anglia podcasts to watch exclusively too.

SIGN-UP! Get four months of ALL our Town content for just £4 - or 40% off a year!

This offer includes all our summer content - breaking transfer news and links, squad analysis, new signing profiles/video insights, coverage of pre-season games and tours and much more.

Being a paid-up subscriber also means you'll see less advertising on our website, and can access all areas of our totally ad-free app!

Chief football writer Stuart Watson has covered Town since 2011Chief football writer Stuart Watson has covered Town since 2011 (Image: Newsquest)
You'll also get the chance to enter subscriber-only competitions - we've given away a signed home shirt, the all-white third shirt and £300 of vouchers for the club shop in recent months.

On top of that, you also get all our news coverage, food and travel reviews and a range of great games and puzzles.

Subscribers can watch all our KOA podcastsSubscribers can watch all our KOA podcasts (Image: Newsquest)
As ever, we'll be bringing you the best Town coverage across written, video and audio platforms - so sign up now for less than the price of a pint or posh coffee and come with us behind the scenes and on the road with the Blues as they tackle the Premier League!

COYB!! 💙

Ross Halls, left, leads our video coverage of the BluesRoss Halls, left, leads our video coverage of the Blues (Image: Newsquest)