NEWSPAPERS AND MAGAZINES ALMOST FREE (1): THE WALL STREET JOUNAL

Files under General | Mar 26th

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Paid newspapers?

Wait a minute!

If I buy a single copy, The Wall Street Journal will cost me $1 ($1.50 on weekends).

But if I subscribe for home delivery for 52 weeks ($430.00), it will only cost me $99.

I will save $331.50

And this includes the print and online editions.

I got this offer in the mail today.

And my question: is The Wall Street Journal a paid paper?



2 Responses to “NEWSPAPERS AND MAGAZINES ALMOST FREE (1): THE WALL STREET JOUNAL”

  1. [...] Newspapers and magazines almost free (1): The Wall Street Journal. Juan Antonio Giner crunches the numbers on an offer he received and decides the WSJ is more or less a home-delivered freesheet. [...]

  2. [...] is still losing millions of dollars a year. Also the weekly New York Observer ($15 a year) and the Wall Street Journal ($99 a year) joined the cheapies. In the afternoon the New York Times is sometimes sold for 25cts. [...]

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