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What You'll Get
There's something so relaxing about waking up early in the morning, unfolding the newspaper, and rolling around on the fresh, crisp pages. Ease into the day with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $20 for a 52-week home-delivery subscription to the Sunday print edition (a $104 value)
- $10 for a 52-week subscription to the digital replica edition, with full access to the online edition seven days a week (a $50 value)
Sunday editions load up weekly readers with local and worldwide news, sports commentary, op-eds, and cultural news. This option includes delivery on the following holidays: the Fourth of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving , the day after Thanksgiving, Christmas Day, New Year's Day, and Memorial Day.
The e-edition grants customers access to exact replicas of the daily printed edition, as well as a three-year archive, from three devices: a smartphone, tablet, and desktop.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 30 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per household, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Not valid if had subscription in past 90 days. Valid only within select zip codes. Allow 7-14 business days for delivery. Phone number required for verification. Subscription offered at intro rate, same price not guaranteed on renewal. Subscription continues unless subscriber contacts St. Paul Pioneer Press to cancel. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About St. Paul Pioneer Press
The St. Paul Pioneer Press traces its origins back to 1849, according to the Minnesota Historical Society, when the Minnesota Pioneer established itself as the territory's first newspaper. After a storied history of expansion under publishing barons and media mergers, the Pioneer Press established itself as one of the leading morning dailies, informing Saint Paul–area residents with in-depth local reporting, national and international news, and thoughtful opinion pieces. Indeed, the paper’s mark on the publishing world extended nationwide. It was in the St. Paul Pioneer Press that unknown cartoonist Charles Schulz got his beginning with a strip titled Li’l Folks, the precursor to the iconic Peanuts, which featured many of the same characters and a dog who very much resembled Snoopy before his punk-rock phase. With the paper's print publications and handy online digital editions, readers keep abreast of the pressing political issues of the day, the exploits of school and professional sports teams, and reviews for local nightlife spots.