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What You'll Get
Newspapers offer all the informative content of 24-hour news cycles without the hassle of frequent ad breaks or the painfully blinding gleam of anchormen's teeth. Simultaneously protect and inform eyeballs with today's Groupon: for $15, you get six months of local and international news from the Daily Herald, delivered to your home on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Sunday (a $58.50 value). The third-largest newspaper in Illinois, the Daily Herald provides global and regional news and information to suburban Chicago. Page through the latest news items to keep up with current events, check high school sports standings to root for the home team, and scan entertainment stories for pieces of the treasure map leading to fabled box-office gold. Each morning's issue is geographically zoned to give customized coverage alongside national and international news, ensuring relevant local items now and regionally appropriate papier-mâché later. Check the zip codes to the right to see if you live within the Daily Herald delivery area.
Though the Daily Herald offers new subscribers introductory discounted subscriptions, this Groupon costs less and offers a longer subscription period for Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Sunday delivery.
Five Yelpers give the Daily Herald a 4.5-star average:
- I rea [sic] the daily herald every morning and get the latest and most up-to-date news. I really enjoy the articles. I think the writers are great! I would surely recommend this company to get your papers from! – [I Q.]
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 7, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per household, may buy multiple as gifts. New subscribers only or those who have not received home delivery in 30 days. Subject to delivery area. Shipping address required. No cash value. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About The "Daily Herald"
The third-largest newspaper in Illinois, the Daily Herald has overflowed with global and regional news and information relevant to suburban Chicago for almost 120 years. Readers can page through the latest news items to stay abreast of current events, scan the entertainment section for previews of upcoming events, and peruse high-school-sports standings for a favorite mascot's cartwheeling stats. Each morning's issue is geographically zoned to give custom coverage alongside national and international news, ensuring relevant local items now and regionally appropriate papier-mâché later.