$10 for One-Year Sunday Subscription to The Miami Herald ($80.13 value)

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  • Largest paper in South Florida
  • Acclaimed columnists & news reporting
  • Recipient of 20 Pulitzer Prizes

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In addition to being a source of crucial information, newspapers can also be fanned across a coffee table to conceal almond-butter stains or rolled into a handy bopping device to stun tarantulas. Get a steady supply of spider-boppers with today's Groupon: for $10, you get one year of the Sunday issue of the Miami Herald, delivered within Miami Dade or Broward County (click here for available zip codes). Subscribers will need to provide their names, addresses, and phone numbers.

South Florida's largest paper, the Miami Herald delivers local, national and world headlines to more than 800,000 readers each Sunday. The Miami Herald has won 20 Pulitzer Prizes, the most recent awarded for Patrick Farrell's news photography. A team of employees ensures that news is collected, prepared, and delivered to doorsteps at its optimal serving temperature of 87ºF. Reporters in bureaus around the state manipulate a 26-letter alphabet to detail breaking political, business and arts news. Get impartial views about the sports teams you own from popular columnists such as Greg Cote, or follow award-winning writers such as Dave Barry and Carl Hiaasen.


Seven Yelpers give The Miami Herald an average of three stars:

  • It's still the best paper in the state. – Jordan N., 3/7/09
  • [F]or south florida, cuban/carribean [sic] central and south american news this paper is hard to beat. – Mark M., 1/30/09