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What You'll Get
Though newspapers contain layers like an onion, and stories that occasionally draw tears, the byline ink will ruin a stir-fry. Feast on the freshest stories with today's Groupon: for $52, you get 52 weeks of home delivery of the Sunday Lexington Herald-Leader (a $104.04 value). Serving more than 360,000 readers, the Sunday Lexington Herald-Leader fills doorsteps with local, national, and world headlines. Give newspaper-fetching dogs a sense of purpose with weekly delivery of the latest business, education, and political news. Local and national sports stories share roster space with special coverage of U.K. athletics. Piled on top of news coverage, readers can fill eye-stomachs with expert opinions and the biting satire of Pulitzer Prize–winning editorial cartoonist Joel Pett. Subscribers can take in stories told through photographs and miraculous rearrangements of a 26-character alphabet every Sunday morning, as well as on certain holidays and on select Tuesdays throughout the year.
This Groupon is only valid within the Lexington Herald-Leader home delivery area.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 26, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per household, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Valid only for new subscribers and those who have been inactive for the past 30 days. 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 Lexington Herald-Leader
The Lexington Herald-Leader rushes local and world news to a daily readership of more than 180,000 people, a number that swells to more than 250,000 for the newspaper's Sunday edition. Delivered by a reliable carrier or a trained carrier pigeon, the _Herald-Leader_’s print edition speeds to readers seven days a week, and its online edition at Kentucky.com is updated constantly. Reporters keep subscribers up to date on local high-school and college sports, business news, important world events, and happenings at entertainment hotspots. Sunday papers also unfold pages of well-argued social and political opinions, along with the Pulitzer Prize–winning work of editorial cartoonist Joel Pett.