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Wow, not even a survey!
Awesome! Just updated! 😀
Didn’t have to refer anyone or take survey, thanks!
It didn’t ask me to refer 3 friends and take a survey. It just said Thank You after I put in my info. ???
Does the paper offer coupons?
About 2 or 3 Saturdays a month there is a Smart Source coupon insert in there. They do not have a Sunday paper delivery.
I think this depends on the area. I have never gotten coupons in it, but it is still a great paper, especially the Saturday issue.
We had the free subscription before, I didn’t receive coupons either, but I was able to give the newspaper to the high school teacher (I’m a teacher as well) and he enjoyed using it as part of his class.
Are there coupons in the weekend paper?
No, great newspaper but no coupons ever.
I did not recieve a confirmation email…Is this still available? Thanks.
wow i keep getting so much free stuff from your website. you rock collin!!! thanks
Does this add spam to your email, I would imagine a ton of junk email would be sure to follow after????
My dad asked me 2 months ago to get him a subscription to the Wall Street Journal with my coupons… Thank you! He was so excited when I told him!
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