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What You'll Get
In the absence of newspapers, dogs would be stuck trying to fetch laptop computers and local television anchors. Make good use of man's best friend with today's Groupon: for $52, new customers get 52 weeks of the Sunday Houston Chronicle, including home delivery and access to the paper’s e-edition from Monday through Saturday (a $104 value). Click here to view eligible delivery zones; if service is not available in your area, the paper will contact you about your order.
The Houston Chronicle has filled minds and mailboxes with news, sports stats, and entertainment buzz throughout its 110-year history, earning several Pulitzer nominations. Every day, 300 reporters, photographers, and editors scour the wires for everything from national news to images of tuxedo-clad monkeys. The Sunday edition pulls out all the stops, showering readers with arts, entertainment, comics, and coupons. Readers can explore the world through the travel section and get the local lowdown from the Houston Chronicle's news team and monthly culture magazine, Red Bulletin. Sunday subscribers enjoy access to the paper’s e-edition Monday through Friday, with local news reports to keep e-readers abreast of road construction and sasquatch sightings.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 31, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per household, may buy 5 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Must activate by 7/31/11, subscription expires 52 weeks from activation date. Not valid if used home delivery services in past 30 days. Subject to delivery area. Must provide name, phone number and address at checkout. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Houston Chronicle
Since 1901, the Pulitzer Prize-winning Houston Chronicle has kept area residents informed with coverage of the biggest news in the Houston area. Today, the paper reports on national and local news, culture, and sports, and has updated its 2012 look with an easy-to-navigate, modern layout printed with advanced ink culled from a digital squid. When arriving at sections such as Business, Lifestyle, or city and state news, readers discover a Chronicle columnist's coverage of the topic's current important news. Like old-school charades performances by the town crier, larger photographs help bring alive the paper's features, especially the restaurant, arts, and bar reviews of its entertainment coverage. The coupon savings in the paper are valued at roughly $18,000 per year.