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What You'll Get
Before newspaper home delivery, breakfast entertainment was limited to playing indoor baseball with overcooked bacon for a bat and a cantaloupe for the ball. Fill morning meals with need-to-know reading material: for $17, you get 13 weeks of Saturday and Sunday home delivery (a $29.25 value) of The Denver Post—Denver's local newspaper and cynosure in a world of misinformation. With a weekend readership far surpassing one million, the Post fills flittering eyes with fresh news by offering breaking stories, business banter, upcoming entertainment, sports, and a papery deluge of informative words.
The popular periodical has been quickly growing in recent years, responding to media-consumption sea changes with social media prowess and Twitter savvy. With six Pulitzer prizes and three iPhone Apps, The Denver Post has been a leading innovator in newspaper sciences for over a century. New subscribers will also receive a bonus $10 gift card to King Soopers.
Offer expires in three months. Once you activate your subscription, your newspaper will arrive within 7-9 business days. Please note: the value stated in this deal is an introductory price only. If you choose to renew your subscription through The Denver Post once the initial 13 weeks are over, the same price is not guaranteed. Only valid where home delivery is maintained. Not valid for current subscribers or readers who have received delivery in the last 30 days.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 15, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 4/person. Must activate by 1/14/11; subscription expires 13 weeks after activation. New subscribers only, or those who have not received home delivery in past 30 days. Subject to delivery area. No cash back. Not valid w/ other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About The Denver Post
The Denver Post newsroom has won four Pulitzer Prizes in the past five years—in areas from breaking news to feature photography and editorial cartoons. Their journalists cover the latest in business, politics, and lifestyle, as well as the ins-and-outs of area teams including the Broncos, Rockies, Avalanche, and the Nuggets.