Newspaper Deals in Washington

{You like the headline? Thought I would give you all a little laugh today..hee hee}

Local Deal on Newspapers: If you are in the Tri-Cities, WA you can get the TriCity Herald Sunday only editions through me for $1 per paper.  Interested? Email me and I will give you all the details on how to order.

Attention everyone in the Snohomish County. Amber over at Coupon Connections NW has a fantastic Everett Herald newspaper deal for you couponers.  You will get 1 daily paper and 5 Sunday papers for $50 for 6 months. Thats a great deal! Go on over there to get all the details.


Newspaper Deals in Washington was last modified: February 4th, 2010 by Karrie

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  1. Hi Karrie! It’s time for me to renew my subscripion… Should I go through you or go straight through the Tri-City Herald?

  2. want to subscribe! the link is not working. Could you maybe email me the info I need?

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