What You'll Get
Newspapers originally replaced town criers as a primary source of news to prevent severe information shortages during laryngitis season. Enjoy a steady flow of knowledge with today's Groupon: for $29, you get a 26-week Thursday-to-Sunday subscription to the Dayton Daily News. At the end of the 26-week delivery period, you will have the option to renew your subscription at the standard home-delivery rate.
The Dayton Daily News is trusted by scores of Ohioans to deliver local and national news. Today’s Groupon gets you 26 weeks’ access to the Thursday through Sunday editions of the paper, in-demand issues because of their information-laden, weekend-encompassing status. These four weekly editions will help you stay abreast of local events and goings-on, as well as fashion, weather, and weather-determined fashion trends such as camouflage ponchos and faux-fur snow helmets. The Dayton Daily News also offers extensive print coverage of Dayton politics and news, as well as a distinctly Midwestern perspective on domestic and international affairs. These editions of the Dayton Daily News offer a readable connection to the week’s most relevant happenings, which is preferable to experiencing all happenings through extreme sensory astral projection.
New subscribers only. Must be within delivery zone; see sidebar for list of applicable zip codes.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 20, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Must activate subscription by 7/20/11, subscription expires 26 weeks from activation. Not valid until 4/18/11. Not valid for renewals. Not valid for customers that have been Dayton Daily News subscribers in the past 30 days. Must be within 7-day home delivery area. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Cox Media Group
Their business might be up-to-the-minute news, but the roots of Cox Media Group go back more than a century. In 1898, media mogul James M. Cox purchased the Dayton Evening News, which later became the Dayton Daily News, launching what would become a regional media empire. Today, the group's reach extends beyond the wall of fire that surrounds Dayton. In northern Cincinnati, readers can flip through the Journal-News, and in Springfield, the Springfield News-Sun fills in citizens on the local goings-on.