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What You'll Get
The Founding Fathers valued journalism, which is why the First Amendment protects freedom of the press instead of granting Benjamin Franklin two extra birthdays. Read all about it with this Groupon.
$20 for a 26-Week Online Subscription with Sunday Paper Delivery ($80.96 Value)
Digital subscribers receive 24/7 access to the design-savvy BostonGlobe.com, as well as 26 Sunday papers delivered within the Globe’s service area. BostonGlobe.com can be accessed and shared across any device with a browser, including computers, tablets, and smartphones, and five unique logins can be created for each subscription.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 15, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Valid only for option purchased. Online redemption required. Not valid for customers who have received home delivery or digital subscription in the past 90 days. Sunday home delivery options are not available in some areas of CT, RI, VT and ME; valid only for select service area. Bostonglobe.com digital access expires with subscription. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About The Boston Globe
The Boston Globe has kept New Englanders informed of the world’s politics, sports, lifestyles, and current events since 1872, earning more than 24 Pulitzer Prizes as a testament to its excellence in journalism. With an extensive archive that stretches back more than a century, online subscribers can access the hardest-hitting stories from the paper’s history to supplement breaking news. Last year the reader-friendly digital platform, BostonGlobe.com, was praised by the Society for News Design for marking “one of the key moments in media design history.” Naming The Boston Globe the winner of the World’s Best Designed Website in 2011, the SND dubbed it “a refreshing shift away from crafting news design as a single artifact and toward news design as an organism that responds to context, to device and to the user.”
While artwork and stories from BostonGlobe.com now swipe and scroll across a diverse strata of digital devices, the publication’s heart remains the content created by its professional journalists. Local political coverage profiles the candidates and the issues, sports reporters expose the happenings on the field and in the lab where linebackers are made, and lifestyle writers assess travel destinations and style guides. Tipping their collective hats to unfolding culture, the Globe’s criticism writers have won four Pulitzer Prizes for essays on art, film, and photography in the past decade alone.