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13- or 26-Week Subscription to the Sunday "Philadelphia Inquirer" ($ Off)

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Sunday Philadelphia Inquirer editions arrive on doorsteps filled with local & international news, restaurant reviews & culture info

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Barbaratop reviewer
8 ratings7 reviews
January 8, 2019
Delivery was great but a lot of the material was available on line for free.
Carltop reviewer
17 ratings12 reviews
January 8, 2019
Overall, everything went pretty seamlessly. Only reason for not 5 stars is I would have preferred some sort of communication from them that the Groupon went through and when the subscription would start.
15 ratings3 reviews
October 31, 2018
voucher is unclear and unable to process it. I am asking for refund
Elizabethhelpful reviewer
4 ratings4 reviews
July 17, 2018
Do NOT purchase.........2 months later, approximately 3 - 4 calls a week and have NEVER received a paper. Only bad experience with Groupon so far, but trying to contact Groupon customer service is almost as impossible as getting the newspaper. At this point my only option is to contact my bank and file a fraudulent charge for non-received good. No promised return calls and no papers received. Wish I could rank a 0.
6 ratings3 reviews
July 5, 2018
Horrible experience with the Philadelphia Inquirer's home delivery service. Weekend only delivery which rarely was delivered complete. Multiple calls to Philadelphia Inquirer about missing papers, missing sections, etc. The best thing I can say is their customer service representatives were always polite. You need to call early am to get 1 though. Easier to go buy a paper than this nonsense.
16 ratings4 reviews
June 13, 2018
Very nice.
paultop reviewer
28 ratings15 reviews
April 28, 2018
I received two Sunday papers out of five. Their circulation department was no help in solving my problem. It's no wonder they are looking for subscribers.
Bridgettop reviewer
12 ratings8 reviews
July 11, 2013
I had a terrible experience with the Inquirer. I would never recommend this service to anyone. From the start, delivery service was spotty with no resulting fixes despite contacting customer service. After a period of 3 months, delivery stopped entirely. After a year of my supposed subscription I began receiving incessant phone calls from a number in Missouri, Philadelphia Inquirer Collections. Due to never officially canceling the service I never truly received, I had incurred a balance due for "delivery" after my 12 mo subscription was up. I did NOT renew this service but I still had to pay. Utterly disgusted.
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About This Deal

Choose Between Two Options

  • $19.50 for a 13-week subscription to the Sunday edition of the Philadelphia Inquirer ($32.50 value)
  • $$39 for a 26-week subscription to the Sunday edition of the Philadelphia Inquirer ($65 value)

Subscription renewal notices will be sent approximately three weeks prior to the end of the subscription. Subscriptions will continue for Groupon customers who send in payment for renewal service. To opt out of auto-renewal, call “Philadelphia Inquirer” at (800) 222-2765.

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Promotional value expires May 27, 2015. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1/person, may buy 2 more as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Must provide delivery address at checkout which will be shared to facilitate delivery. Must provide email address at checkout for digital access, and phone number for customer service. Valid only within Philadelphia, Bucks, Montgomery, Delaware, and Chester Counties in PA, and Camden, Gloucester, and Burlington Counties in NJ. New household only, or households who've not subscribed in the past 90 days at that address. Call (800) 222-2765 to opt out of auto-renewal. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About "The Philadelphia Inquirer"

The Philadelphia Inquirer steams off the presses each morning, hot with the latest on local and world news, culture, sports, and events. Subscriptions to this Pulitzer Prize-winning newspaper clue Philadelphians in to stories on a micro and macro scale, capturing national and global political happenings, local business trends, write-ups of newly opened restaurants, the popular Live Life Love section, and book reviews that analyze new releases. Sunday editions round out hard-hitting news stories and cultural reports with an expanded selection of comics, puzzles, coupons, and local weather reports, creating a well-rounded look at the week that was.

Besides printed version of The Philadelphia Inquirer, customers can also enjoy digital subscriptions which are accessible on laptops, mobile, and PC.