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What You'll Get
The news never sleeps, partially because of the globe's ever-shifting political and social climates, but mostly because of the overly conversational monster in its closet. Take advantage of information's creature-induced insomnia with today's Groupon: for $20, you get one year of home delivery of the Sunday Tribune-Review, as well as a $5 gift card to Giant Eagle (a $57 value). The _ Sunday Tribune-Review_ is the Sunday edition of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, a Trib Total Media publication.
The Sunday Tribune-Review features happenings of the international, national, and local variety, including news, food, and entertainment. Readers feast their eyes on Sunday's featured Food and Travel section to help inspire creative vacation ideas or test the palatability of the Tribune-Review's printing paper. USA Weekend keeps subscribers in tune with events around the country, and TV magazine makes directionless channel surfing a vestige of the past. The Sunday print also includes perks such as local ads, coupons, and enough pages to forge countless ransom notes. This deal brings the paper stork to doorsteps all across Allegheny and Westmoreland Counties and parts of Fayette, northern Washington, Southern Butler and eastern Beaver Counties. Subscriptions are activated within 2–4 weeks of redemption, and gift cards are mailed immediately.
The Fine Print
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The flagship publication of Trib Total Media, whose satellite papers include the Pulitzer Prize–winning Valley News Dispatch, supports the Steel City with the latest news from around the city, state, and world. Unlike many newspapers these days, the Trib maintains a beat dedicated to investigative journalism, uncovering such topics as health care and economic fraud. An arts and entertainment section keeps citizens abreast of the lighter side of their city, whereas each day's editorial page provides expert opinion.