52 or 26 Weeks of the Sunday and Wednesday Editions of “Fort Worth Star-Telegram” (73% Off)

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In a Nutshell

Fort Worth's paper of record delivers award-winning investigative reporting, intensive local coverage, and national news and sports

The Fine Print

Expires 30 days after purchase. Limit 1/household per person. Valid only for option purchased. Must provide email, phone, & address upon purchase. Valid only for listed zip codes. Silver Press Pass included with 26 week subscription; Gold Press Pass included with 52 week subscription;" must redeem online. Valid only for home delivery Sun & Wed. Does not include TV Star. Valid only for new subscribers or new subscribers within the last 45 days; cannot be used to extend, renew or replace a current subscription. Each subscription contains up to 6 premium content issues, valued at $2 each. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Choose Between Two Options

  • $52 for a 52-week subscription of Wednesday and Sunday editions plus a Gold Press Pass (a $179.44 value)
  • $26 for a 26-week subscription of Wednesday and Sunday editions plus a Silver Press Pass (a $95.72 value)

Subscribers also receive unlimited access (for all household members) to the Star-Telegram's digital editions, websites, apps and more - accessible by computer, iPad, tablets, smartphones after registration.

Fort Worth Star-Telegram

In 1909, two rival papers, the Star and the Telegram, joined forces to form a single towering source of local news and information: the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. From its early days, the paper stressed an importance on regional affairs, delivering digests of local news by stagecoach throughout an 84-county area. The paper has also demonstrated a knack for technological innovation, establishing Fort Worth's first radio station in 1922, the South's first television station in 1948, and one of the first computerized newspaper services in 1982.

Today, the Star-Telegram continues to inform Fort Worth area residents in every way possible, supplying print and online editions of its international and national stories, sports, local coverage, and thought-provoking editorial pages. Its digital platforms provide replica paper editions and provide immediate breaking news updates on the hour with interactive content via specific apps. The paper’s award-winning investigative reporting protects the public through intensive documentation of issues including foreclosure-auction abuses, toxic substances in everyday products, and local schools’ performance records.

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