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What You'll Get
Early newspapers were tossed to subscribers from the backs of proud news ponies, which would whinny headlines for the edification of illiterate townsfolk. Support the traditions of news distribution with today's Groupon: for $13, you get 26 weeks of the Daily Press Sunday edition delivered to many locations in Carrollton, Gloucester, Hampton, James City County, Matthews County, Newport News, North Suffolk, Poquoson, Smithfield, Toana, Williamsburg, and York County (a $52 value).
The newspeople of the Daily Press publish the freshest local and international stories each Sunday, bringing news pieces, breathless sporting accounts, and colorful opinions to doorsteps or mailboxes around Hampton Roads. Keep abreast of neighborhood happenings, plan holiday outings, or browse the auto classifieds to find a car for your soon-to-be-16-year-old pet iguana. Money-saving coupons overflow the margins of Sunday editions, spilling over the banks of the marriage announcements page and seeping into the shoes of the stand-up performers on the comics page. On hot afternoons, subscribers can fan themselves with the coolly considered opinions section, or pen a letter to the editor criticizing his hairstyle.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 5, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 5 per person. Subscription expires 26 weeks from activation date. Valid for new subscribers or subscribers who have not received home delivery in the last 30 days. Not valid for renewals. Shipping address required to redeem Groupon. Subject to delivery area. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About "Daily Press"
The Daily Press's brigade of ace reporters keeps its readership abreast of the latest local happenings, sports scores, and classifieds. In addition to mending breaking news and fact-checking opinion columns, subscribers can monitor thrice-weekly updates in job opportunities and cultural events such as new museum exhibits and soirees for charity. Recipes, grocery coupons, and restaurant coverage are printed in Wednesday editions, and Saturday's paper covers health news. Sunday editions arrive jam-packed with coupons and savings nestled beside tips and personalized offers in the Savvy Shopper section. Readers are also privy to horoscopes, notices for nearby garage sales, and listings for apartments recently vacated by renowned treasure hunters.