The Seattle Times

1120 John Street, Seattle, WA 98109 Directions
+18005420820
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Report | 4 months ago
Service started very next Sunday! Very pleased!
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Report | 7 months ago
I only order the Sunday newspaper. I like it because of the coupons !
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Report | 7 months ago
Great delivery and I love the news
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Report | 9 months ago
Great deal! We even get the digital version as part of the offer.
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Report | 9 months ago
Nice to have it every Sunday morning!
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Report | 11 months ago
The only downside is that you are now on their list and they solicit from you on a weekly basis after the deal expires.
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Report | a year ago
I have digital access to another local newspaper but it's not as enjoyable to read as the paper version. I tried the digital version of The Seattle Times with the Groupon Deal and was very happy to discover they have the "Print Replica" option to read online. Exactly as the print version which makes it very nice to browse through as if you had the paper in hand. I really like that.
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Report | a year ago
We had left the Time to move to the Herald because of their better coverage of things happening in Snohomish county especially during election time. The quality of the Herald has declined and so we are giving the time another chance to she how they cover things outside of downtown Seattle.
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Report | a year ago
A great deal for local news source.
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Report | 2 years ago
More information should be provided about if and when I will be charged to continue service.
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From Our Editors

The Seattle Times engages and informs area readers with a wealth of local and international stories that have racked up nine Pulitzer Prizes since 1950, including a 2012 award for investigative reporting. Subscribers can wake to the satisfying thud of the paper hitting their doorstep or download a complimentary digital issue to their smartphone or tablet, treating eager peepers with current-events headlines. Special supplements, such as Pacific NW magazine, compile dream-home real estate articles and local features, and the NWArts&Life section offers astute criticisms of fine culture. Parade Magazine, on the other hand, focuses on popular culture, and readers can expect crossword puzzles and coupons to help plan their shopping excursions. Regular columns reporting on sports, travel, and local dining destinations enrich everyday adventures, and a classifieds section assists readers in finding a job, car, or long-lost left sock.

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Seattle Shopping Guide

Seattle may not be the first city that comes to mind for shopping meccas. However, there are some special characteristics that give shopping in the city its own flavor. Seattle shops are largely independently run businesses. In fact, it can be hard to find outlets of bigger chains in many of the city’s neighborhoods. Many Seattleites are quite pleased with this feature of their shopping options because it helps locally owned businesses thrive in the city. From clothing boutiques in Queen Anne, to record shops in Ballard, there are many small, owner-operated businesses throughout Seattle.

Seattle is not completely devoid of the recognizable names that people trust for retail purchases, though. Shopping malls in the city include the downtown Westlake Center, the Northgate Mall in Shoreline, University Village in the U-District, Westfield Southcenter in Renton, and Costco in SODO. These malls all contain recognizable retailers and some have diversions other than shopping, such as quality restaurants and movie theatres. For an original Seattle mall, the Georgetown Trailer Park mall in Georgetown is worth a visit. It’s comprised of independently-owned shops operating out of trailers.

When it comes to Seattle shopping, there really are a wide variety of options to meet consumers varying tastes. Being an active city, Seattle has a legion of outdoor sports stores. The city is home to the headquarters of outdoor sporting goods giant REI and the company has a giant retail outlet in Belltown that includes a climbing wall. A few other growing names in the outdoor sporting goods industry call Seattle home as well, such as evo, producers of ski, snowboard, wakeboard, and skate equipment and clothing. Whether Seattleites are out for fashion, outdoor sports gear, or basic needs, retailers in the city have them covered.

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