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Use a Coupon for The New York Times

The New York Times is offering a Living Social group coupon today, for all of you heathens out there who read the paper and its website but don’t pay for it. The deal: 16 weeks of Sunday paper delivery, plus digital access, for only $31. Some more details:

With today’s deal, get unfettered access when you pay just $31 (regularly $78.40) for home delivery of the Sunday edition for 16 weeks, plus free unlimited access to NYTimes.com and the paper’s mobile apps for your smartphone and tablet. The gem of the weekly news cycle, the Sunday paper is a joy to read and a beauty to behold. This edition expands on all of the weekly sections, providing a comprehensive look at the goings on in the worlds of business, politics, sports, and local news. It also features special sections: The New York Times Magazine, Sunday Styles, Arts & Leisure, Book Review, and Sunday Review.

If you’re into couponing and the Times, you should get this deal. It’s a good way to use a coupon service. However, if you’re into EXTREME couponing, which means you probably have enough paper towels to cover Idaho with a two inch thick layer of Bounty, we suggest you just go get some help and forget you ever saw this post.

(h/t: Ad Age)

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