If you haven’t decided to do home delivery of Washington Post, this is a good time to start. Right now you can get Sundays for $.59 cents a week. Save up to 71%. You can call to subscribe at 1-877-332-3717, Ext 2., or click HERE.
Offer only valid in limited locations within The Post’s 7-day home delivery area for new subscribers and those who have not been a Post subscriber for the past 30 days. You will be charged a one-time payment for the initial 26 week subscription period. At the end of the 26-week period, your subscription will continue and you will be billed or your credit card will be charged every 8 weeks at the prevailing home-delivery rate unless you contact The Washington Post. Your invoice will include the average transportation cost for home-delivery subscriptions across all delivery area of 14 cents daily and 48 cents Sunday. Actual costs for some areas and offers may differ. You will be charged applicable sales tax. Offer expires 5/28/10 and cannot be combined with any other Washington Post reduced-price home delivery sales offer.
After the 26 week period, I highly recommend calling and seeing about extending the subscription. I’ve been a subscriber for awhile and I called and they offered me this deal. It’s always worth it to try! Besides you can always pick up the Double Deal Sunday papers now at $3 for 2.
Washington Post carries Smart Source, Red Plum, Procter & Gamble (P&G) and General Mills inserts.