Hurry on over here, fill out your info, refer 3 friends, then take a survey to score a FREE 39-week subscription to the Wall Street Journal courtesy of Rewards Gold!
(Thanks, Free Stuff Times!)
In my area, the WSJ comes with the Smartsource on Saturdays, so even if you don’t intend to read the paper, it’s worth it for the coupons.
Thank you so much for this tip! I was excited to just receive it but sounds like it may have an added bonus as well. Sweet! :)
Good for the office. Thanks.
Yes! I was just thinking about this one the other day hoping to see an offer soon. Hope it comes!
meant to add, thanks for posting this!!
I didn’t think those surveys were ever going to end!
Tell me about it, had to do quite a few surveys first! But well worth it I think!
HEY – Things have changed. This one is NOT available for WSJ renewal subscriptions. It does not tell you this until the very end. New WSJ customers only.
Thank you, Cindy for the heads up! I won’t waste my time then.
I was going to use it to renew mine too, thanks for the heads up :)
Did anyone get an email confirmation after you finished the survey? I hope I did it right
I got this a while ago & I never got it on Sat or Sun so NO coupons. I ended up calling them and cancelling it because my husband was getting sick of picking up newspapers everyday except on the weekends. It was easy to cancel. Just wanted to pass along in case people were getting this for coupons.
Wow, that took a long time! It was longer than I expected!
My free subscription expired. So, I’m thinking, it should be ok to get again????
I did all the surveys and it confirmed me for the order. Plus, it offered me another subscriptions to Fortune.
My subscription expired. It let me do it again.
It will..That statement about being “for new customers only” was on there the last couple times I renewed WSJ from here..The subscription had expired each time and started back up again with no problems…As far as the surveys, you can put as much effort into answering them as you want..they don’t “grade” them ;) Thanks for posting!
Boy that’s one long survey. Got it! !
I did this last year was so well worth it. Loved the free weeks. I ended up buying it and paid $150 for the year subscription afterwards as I really liked the free weeks. And yes it is more free coupons but in my area it is a smaller insert with less coupons.
I work in a financial office and it will be read and enjoyed by those not wanting to pay $150/year for the subscription! It was well worth the number of surveys I did to get to the end. Thanks!
wow that freakin took forever, just so I can get the coupons from the WSJ saturday paper!
FYI not all subscriptions come with coupons. Mine didn’t, and I won’t be renewing. It wasn’t worth having to carry the extra mail in from the mailbox every day!
No coupons in mine either. My husband has enjoyed the subscription tho.
Was just checking out this subscription for my bro-in-laws Xmas present. Awesome way to save me a couple hundred bucks! Thanks!!
Thanks for my free $150 worth of
NYT fabulousness!! You ROCK!! ; o D
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