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Save on local Sunday newspapers with this Detroit Free Press Subscription Deal – it includes 7-day access to the digital edition! If you haven’t subscribed to the paper in the past 60 days and live in the Freep home delivery area, you can pay:
- $26 for a 26-week subscription to the Sunday edition of the Detroit Free Press + coupon code EASY20 = $20.80 ($0.80 per issue)
- $49 for a 52-week subscription to the Sunday edition of the Detroit Free Press + coupon code EASY20 = $39.20 ($0.75 per issue)
For reference, the Detroit Free Press Sunday edition costs $2 per issue at newsstands. The Dollar Tree has it available for $1 (if you can get there early enough), but this deal beats that price as well!
Don’t wait to grab this Detroit Free Press deal as the coupon code ends today!
TIP: Save 20% off any Groupon Local Deals with the Groupon coupon code EASY20 (valid through June 13 at midnight).
Note: Within 24 hours after purchase you’ll receive an email confirming that your purchase has been processed. That email will explain how to print your Groupon, and your Groupon will include everything you need to know to redeem it. If you do not receive your email, log into your Groupon account and view it under “My Groupons.”
The Fine Print:
- Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires.
- Not valid for customers who had an active subscription within the past 60 days.
- Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift.
- alid only for option purchased. Valid only in areas where home delivery is available.
- After promotional period ends, the subscription will continue and be billed monthly at the then regular rate, less any applicable credits, unless the Detroit Free Press is otherwise notified.
- Applicable taxes may not be included in rate.
- After the promo period ends, if you decide to cancel your subscription, you may contact the Detroit Free Press.