What You'll Get
Without newspapers, people would have to get all of their current events information from town criers and their crossword puzzles from overtaxed sky writers. Conserve fuel with today's Groupon: for $20, you get a one-year subscription to the e-edition of the Toronto Sun (a $54.10 value, including HST).
The electronic edition of the Toronto Sun provides readers with a daily roundup of local and international happenings, handily accessible all year long. The online paper's main dashboard highlights the day's prominent headlines in news and finance and supplies links to commentary from columnists and cola-war conspiracy theorists. The World in Pictures dazzles eyes while leaving fingers unsmudged with newsprint, and section thumbnails in the sidebar let browsers breeze between travel features and the Sunday comics. An array of digital tools empowers news junkies to get their fill of current events whenever and in whatever view they want, with options for setting up RSS feeds and email alerts, customizing page views, and sharing articles via social-networking sites and carrier squirrels. As an online newspaper, the e-edition is accessible via iPads, ideal for commuters trying to read the news while juggling a cup of coffee and 9 or 10 yowling marmosets on the morning train.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 7, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 4 additional as gifts. Must activate by 12/7/11, subscription expires 1 year from activation date. Valid for new customers only. Online only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About <i>Toronto Sun</i>
As part of Canada's largest newspaper publisher—QMI—the Toronto Sun has simultaneously informed and entertained readers for more than 40 years. It publishes extensive reporting and commentary on news, sports, pop culture, and business. The photo-flecked tabloid pages tell the fascinating stories of popular celebrities and entertainers, and sing the praises of Toronto's professional sports teams with thorough coverage and recaps. The news section keep readers abreast of events as wide-reaching as political jousting in foreign lands, or as local as the weird noise coming from the downstairs neighbour's apartment—the one that sounds like marbles rolling down a metal pipe. Professional opinion writers colour in the day's top stories with insightful editorials, while lifestyle and money tips help subscribers maintain a happy home and healthy budget.