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Six-Month Subscription to Digital or Sunday Print Edition or Both from the Marietta Daily Journal (Up to 73% Off)

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Historic paper that reports on local news, business, and sports, as well as state and national news

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11 ratings4 reviews
October 20, 2018
Happy about getting a newspaper on Sundays at a discounted rate
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Marvin
6 ratings3 reviews
July 7, 2018
We like the editorial page.
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RuthTOP REVIEWER
7 ratings5 reviews
May 26, 2017
No problems am getting the newspaper on time.
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7 ratings6 reviews
August 10, 2016
Had a login issue and I contacted customer service and they were able to take care of it immediately. Thanks
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54 ratings39 reviews
August 10, 2016
Fun paper to read.

About This Deal

Choose from Three Options

  • $23 for six months of digital access and six months of the Sunday print edition ($85.94 value)
  • $27 for six months of digital access ($59.95 value)
  • $21 for six months of the Sunday print edition ($26 value)

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Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Must provide mailing address and email at checkout. New customers only, must not have subscribed in the past 90 days. Home delivery only available in Cobb County. Must provide delivery address. No post office boxes. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Marietta Daily Journal

The Marietta Daily Journal traces its roots back to 1866, when it was first printed as the Marietta Journal on a hand press left over from the Civil War. Then a weekly, it finally converted to a daily in 1935––right in the middle of the Great Depression, the notorious era that saw the entire country saddened by the cancelling of the McRib. Such a move was the publication's way of expressing belief in its community's future, and today, some seven decades later, the two region and paper remain unquestionably linked. The modern version of the Marietta Daily Journal reports on local news, business, and sports, but its insight is expressed through state and national news, too. It operates as part of Times-Journal Inc., a collection of publications that includes the Cherokee Tribune, 23 community newspapers, and four monthly magazines.