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What You'll Get
Newspapers are the printed bastions of truth, information, and freedom, as well as being conveniently shaped for bug-crushing duty. Squash ignorance with today's Groupon: for $20, you get 52 weeks of Saturday and Sunday editions of The Fresno Bee delivered to your home (a $117 value).
Since 1922, The Fresno Bee has distilled national, state, and local news into a heady concentration of relevancy for the San Joaquin Valley. Subscribers are automatically inducted into The Bee's Press Club, where members can enter ticket drawings, earn special rates for classified ads, and download exclusive online coupons that would otherwise remain electronic and ethereal. Along with local-interest stories, sports, puzzles, and more, a month of weekend editions renders an average of $1,000 worth of coupons and special classified sections such as Auto Buys and Today's Home. Open-hearted Fresnans who give homes to physical newspapers will also be able to access the expanded archives, downloadable media, and scratch 'n' sniff stories of the online E-Bee at a discounted annual price of $5.
Thanksgiving edition is $1 extra.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 14, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1/person. Limit 1/visit. Must activate subscription by 4/14/11, subscription expires 1 year from activation date. New clients or those who haven't been subscribers in past 30 days. Valid only for following counties: Fresno, Madera, Kings, Tulare. Tax & shipping incl'd. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About "The Fresno Bee"
Founded in 1922, The Fresno Bee has grown to serve a six-county area in the Central Valley. In both its paper and electronic editions, the Bee’s journalists report on national events as well as providing extensive coverage of local and state occurrences. The writers also focus on area business, sports, and entertainment happenings, such as information on Grizzlies games or on where mimes can go for karaoke.