Loot is an established, well-recognised print and online publication business with an impressive past and an exciting future. For over 26 years we have been successfully putting buyers and sellers together across the UK.

Available across 4 geographic locations, Loot has editions in London, Manchester, Liverpool and Scotland. Our sister publications, Bargain Pages covers the West Midlands and Free AdMart the South of England .

Loot also publishes two specialist recruitment magazines. Published weekly, Loot Recruit is distributed free whilst Jobs Week is sold through newsagents.

Motor Car Pages advertises cars, bikes, vans or commercial vehicles for free along with features and reviews of the latest cars in the market.

London, GB
Size (employees)
86 (est)+2%
Loot was founded in 1985 and is headquartered in London, GB
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Loot Office Locations

Loot has an office in London
London, GB (HQ)
Lindsey St
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Loot Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

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Loot Financials

Loot's revenue was reported to be £3.39 m in FY, 2014

Net income (FY, 2016)

(2.2 k)

Cash (31-Aug-2016)

GBPFY, 2011FY, 2012FY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2016


6.5 m5.9 m4.9 m3.4 m

Revenue growth, %

Operating expense total

6.3 m4.5 m3.6 m2.7 m


286.5 k1.5 m1.5 m790.5 k
GBPFY, 2011FY, 2012FY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2016


488.4 k16.8 k5.8 k5.1 k608

Accounts Receivable

240.9 k236.2 k210.3 k3.3 k

Current Assets

1.4 m549.6 k571.9 k393.7 k24 k608


73.5 k225.2 k190.6 k155.1 k
GBPFY, 2011FY, 2012FY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2016

Net Income

24.9 k(618.5 k)(175.8 k)(499.3 k)48.1 k(2.2 k)

Income Taxes Paid

(3.5 k)
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Loot News and Updates

Overwatch celebrates its 2nd birthday with new cosmetics, map, and a free weekend

Blizzard Entertainment announced plans today to celebrate Overwatch‘s second anniversary, which starts May 22 and ends June 1. The event will add 50 new cosmetic items available in the team-based shooter’s loot boxes, a new deathmatch map, and a free weekend on May 25 to May 28. So if you haven’t pl…

Electronic Arts CEO Says Loot Boxes Do Not Represent Gambling

The CEO of Electronic Arts, Andrew Wilson, said in an investor call Tuesday that loot boxes should not be considered gambling. Mr. Wilson’s comments came shortly after the in-game purchasable items were found to be violating gambling laws in a number of countries. It was actually an Electronic Arts …

Blockchain startup Game Loot Network proposes another alternative app store

Blockchain and cryptocurrencies have potential to upset the status quo in games, and so, yet another startup, Game Loot Network, is proposing to use the technologies to create an alternative app store and player rewards program. Rivals, such as Brian Fargo’s Robot Cache and Game Credits, have propos…

Norwegian Scholar to Review Whether Loot Boxes Constitute Gambling

A Norwegian scholar will open loot boxes in video games to determine their nature and whether these constitute gambling, Norwegian media outlet Norsk rikskringkasting (NRK) reports. Norway is the next to review the in-game items after the gambling regulators of the Netherlands and Belgium have recen…

Four out of Ten Loot Boxes Violate Dutch Gambling Law, Local Regulator Finds

Four out of ten loot boxes in video games were found to be violating the Dutch Betting and Gaming Act (Wet op de kansspelen), the local gambling authority, Kansspelautoriteit, said in a report on the matter. The gambling regulator pointed out that loot boxes incorporate elements of games of chance […

Electronic Arts Will Not Sell ‘Loot Crates’ in Star Wars: Battlefront II

The system had been described as promoting gambling to children.
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