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This Free Canadian Sample is days long!
That’s right. You heard correctly.
The National Post really wants to meet you, I guess. Since they hope afterwards that you’ll opt into a longer subscription period.
How silly. Do they not understand that you’re just into free samples? That you only want the goods if they’re free 99? That you won’t be had, even if they do give you a nice taste?
Well, ultimately that decision is up to you. No one shall guilt you, one way or the other.
I must admit, though. There is something really nice about a weekend where your plate of breakfast is resting in front of a giant, splayed out newspaper. Especially if you got it as a Canada sample.
When I tested this one out, I tried typing in a small city in Newfoundland, but they could only offer a free sample 30 day digital version.
If you’re lucky enough to live in a place where they deliver, you’ll get a 90 day print subscription.
Either way, you’ll get your news as a free sample. Then we can all sit in a circle with brandy in our hands and discuss the hot topics intelligently. Oh yes.
The Free Canadian Sample: Click here to read up on the times. (Expires May 31, 2011.)
***Subscription is offered to subscribers who have not had National Post delivery in the past 45 days
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