26- or 52-Week Sunday Edition Print Subscription from "Detroit Free Press" (Up to 73% Off)

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Reviewed November 27, 2014
Great Sunday paper with lots of news articles and special interest stories. Love to read the paper on a Sunday morning with a hot cup of coffee...no WiFi needed....aaah...instant relaxation.


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love the local coverage and ads

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  • $26 for a 26-week subscription to the Sunday edition of the Detroit Free Press ($90 value)
  • $49 for a 52-week subscription to the Sunday edition of the Detroit Free Press ($180 value)

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The Fine Print

Promotional value expires Feb 18, 2015. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1/household, may buy 1 add'l as gift. Valid only for option purchased. New subscribers (persons who have not subscribed within the past 60 days) only; valid only in areas where home delivery is available. After promotional period ends, the subscription will continue and be billed monthly at the then regular rate, less any applicable credits, unless the Detroit Free Press is otherwise notified. Applicable taxes may not be included in rate. After the promo period ends, if you decide to cancel your subscription, you may contact the Detroit Free Press. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Detroit Free Press

One of the first editorial campaigns ever run by the Detroit Free Press was for Michigan to become a state, and soon, it did—in 1837. The "Freep" has been embedded in the community since its first edition was printed in 1831, shortly after Andrew Jackson made the controversial decision to legalize journalism. Today, the largest news-gathering teams in the state powers the paper while using modern technology to share text, photos, and videos with followers around the world. Indeed, despite holding the title as one of Michigan's oldest companies, the publication has kept pace with cutting-edge advancements in order to keep its readers informed on local, domestic, and international news. The Detroit Free Press is continually recognized for those efforts, as evidenced by its numerous Pulitzer Prizes.

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