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List of free Spanish newspapers which carry regular coupon inserts

amit19 32,376 August 14, 2008 at 03:21 PM in Coupon (3)
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I was wondering about free Spanish newspapers which carry regular coupon inserts and after searching many other public forums, I got information about few newspapers which carry regular coupon inserts.

Compiled list : http://www.echo-media.com/targetc...HispanicNP

I am going to create wiki and will add list there.

In addition to list of these newspapers, Wiki is updated with link of free subscriptions for these newspapers. Thanks Smythecvs123 and all other users who are contributing in this thread.

It's work in progress and if any user is willing to share information about more free Spanish newspapers which carry coupons and their free home subscriptions , please post in the thread and update the wiki.

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List of Spanish Newspapers


Note : Some of newspapers which are listed in wiki carry only Hispanic Valassis inserts (RP).

Atlanta Latino, Georgia is a Hispanic newspaper that is distributed every Thursday. This paper carries the Valassis Hispanic FSI (Free Standing Inserts)http://www.atlantalatino.com/


El Dia in Dallas
, there is a free green colored newspaper stand called El Dia. This news paper has most of the regular coupon inserts that are included in the other regular Sunday papers. It's distributed on Tuesday in their Northeast (Murphy, Garland) and South (Duncanville, Mesquite) areas, and on Thursday in the North Central (Carrollton) and West (Irving, Grand Prairie, & eastern part of Tarrant County) areas.
It's available at:
• Fiesta Supermarkets • Consulates of Latin America • Dart
• Banks • Mexican Consulate • La Michoacana Meat Market
• Parkland • Flower Shops • Taquerias Arandas
• Hospitals • Post Offices • Carnival Supermarket
• Exxon • Small stores • Minyard Supermarket
• Texaco • Beauty Salons • Mi Rancho Supermarkets
• Office Buildings • Bakeries • Walmart

El Sentinel in South Florida, Sun-Sentinel's Spanish edition, is FREE and carries all regular inserts just like the Sun-Sentinel. Sometime there are few differences in the coupons but free is free.
Free Subscription : http://southflorida.elsentinel.co...customform (free Friday home delivery for Broward and Palm Beach Counties)
List of places that carry it: http://southflorida.elsentinel.co....htmlstory

El Sentinel in Orlando,Orlando Sentinel's Spanish edition
Free Subscription : http://orlando.elsentinel.com/orl...customform (free home delivery)

La Palma in Palm Beach Co., Fl ,the Palm Beach Post's Spanish edition,is free and I assume (but have not confirmed) that it carries the inserts.
Free Subscription : http://www.lapalmainteractivo.com...ibase.html (free Friday home delivery for Palm Beach Co.)
http://www.google.com/translate?u...l=es&tl=en
(google translation to aid in filling in info on the La Palma website)

El Comercio in Maryland, Washington D.C. Newspaper is a free Hispanic weekly publication that is distributed every Friday. Sometime many valuable coupons are included in this newspaper.

Hoy in Chicago. Can be added to Sunday Chicago Tribune delivery free of charge. I find these well stocked outside of Walmarts in the suburbs.
You can ask them to add Hoy :https://subscribe.chicagotribune....ctinfo.htm


La Voz in Houston is a weekly put out on Thrusdays. I've only ever found a STOCKED machine downtown. There is a machine for these around the corner from my house on W 43rd, but I don't think it is ever filled. It is the same color as the Chronicle machines except it has the yellow, orange, and red "La Voz" graphic on the street side of the machine.

La Voz, Phoenix, Arizona, distributed every Wednesday and Saturday carries Smart source and RP inserts.
http://www.azcentral.com/lavoz/
In addition to being the only Spanish paper in Arizona with home delivery, it's distribution partners include: Fry's Foods, Circle K convenience stores, Food City and strategic rack locations throughout the valley.



La Vibra in Houston
is another weekly, but I don't know the publication date. This one is more hit or miss. Like La Voz, I only ever find that one downtown. Both La Voz and La Vibra are put out by the Houston Chronicle.

Miami El popular carry free Redplum Inserts. It is distributed every other Wednesday throughout the cities of Miami and Ft. Lauderdale. http://www.elpopular.com/

Prensa Hispana, Phoenix, AZ distributed every Wednesday in the racks carries RP and P&G.
http://www.prensahispanaaz.com/

The Que Pasa, Charlotte, NC distributed every Thursday in the racks and carry RP insert.
http://www.quepasamedia.com/web/c...9/lang,en/



Semana in Houston
is also a weekly, but I'm not sure what day it is put out. Its machines are yellow with blue text, and I have seen them all over within the city limits of Houston.

Vida En El Valle, California is a bi-lingual (Spanish/English) newspaper that is distributed every Wednesday to central Valley area homes and news racks.. It carries RP insert.

http://www.vidaenelvalle.com/abou...rculation/



SO CAL

La Prensa Hispana

La Prensa Hispana is in the Los Angeles, CA DMA. It is a Spanish language publication designed to meet the specific needs of the LA, Orange County and Riverside Hispanic communities. It is published in broadsheet format, VAC audited and is distributed free of charge. The La Prensa Hispana offers ROP and insert advertising opportunities in its weekly Friday circulation. Percentage of Distribution: Supermarkets 30%, Fast Food/Restaurants 20%, Discount Stores 20%, Record Stores 10%, Entertainment Centers 10%, Clinics/Medical Center 5%, and Banks and Others 5%.


La Opinion

La Opinion is in the Los Angeles, CA DMA. La Opinion offers ROP and insert advertising opportunities in its daily and Sunday circulation. La Opinion is an ABC Audited Spanish language newspaper that is published daily in broadsheet format. Free publication.

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El Dia in Dallas, there is a free green colored newspaper stand called El Dia. This news paper has most of the regular coupon inserts that are included in the other regular Sunday papers.
This is fantastic news! bounce I'll have to look for that when I walk to the store in a minute (I walk by a huge row of free paper stands, but have never paid attention). I'll also try to check La Estrella, the Ft. Worth free Spanish paper, and report back. Thanks, amit!
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In Houston Semana used to have coupon inserts occasionally from Colgate-Palmolive and a few others that weren't in the regular Chronicle inserts, but I haven't found coupon inserts in that one in a while.

La Voz and La Vibra will also often have the same inserts as the Chronicle, although I often have trouble finding either outside of downtown and some bastard usually pilfers all of the inserts out of the ones in the outdoor machines.
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In Houston Semana used to have coupon inserts occasionally from Colgate-Palmolive and a few others that weren't in the regular Chronicle inserts, but I haven't found coupon inserts in that one in a while.

La Voz and La Vibra will also often have the same inserts as the Chronicle, although I often have trouble finding either outside of downtown and some bastard usually pilfers all of the inserts out of the ones in the outdoor machines.
Thanks. Repped. I will add in the wiki.
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Would it be useful to put in locations of where these papers can be found in each city? and possibly the date they come out. This would be helpful I think since I can never catch them in Houston.
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Would it be useful to put in locations of where these papers can be found in each city? and possibly the date they come out. This would be helpful I think since I can never catch them in Houston.
La Voz is a weekly put out on Thrusdays. I've only ever found a STOCKED machine downtown. There is a machine for these around the corner from my house on W 43rd, but I don't think it is ever filled. It is the same color as the Chronicle machines except it has the yellow, orange, and red "La Voz" graphic on the street side of the machine.

La Vibra is another weekly, but I don't know the publication date. This one is more hit or miss. Like La Voz, I only ever find that one downtown. Both La Voz and La Vibra are put out by the Houston Chronicle.

Semana is also a weekly, but I'm not sure what day it is put out. Its machines are yellow with blue text, and I have seen them all over within the city limits of Houston.

I've periodically checked the other Spanish papers, but have never found coupons in any besides the three listed above.
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These papers are good to find too. They are difficult to find sometimes, but definately worth looking for. I can't remember the name of our local one (its truly hard to find, wish I knew more about it, I'll try to google it), but the few times I have found it have been cool.

Because they come out on Friday (usually), they have the following weeks CVS ad in them, before the Sunday they normally come out. I also have found larger coupon values in them, though they are in spanish! For example, while everyone else got a 25 cent off coupon for irish spring, the spanish paper here got $1 off. Makes a sweet little deal for a bogo sale!
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These papers are good to find too. They are difficult to find sometimes, but definately worth looking for. I can't remember the name of our local one (its truly hard to find, wish I knew more about it, I'll try to google it), but the few times I have found it have been cool.

Because they come out on Friday (usually), they have the following weeks CVS ad in them, before the Sunday they normally come out. I also have found larger coupon values in them, though they are in spanish! For example, while everyone else got a 25 cent off coupon for irish spring, the spanish paper here got $1 off. Makes a sweet little deal for a bogo sale!
Thanks. Repped. It's awesome. I didn't know about this.
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La Voz is a weekly put out on Thrusdays. I've only ever found a STOCKED machine downtown. There is a machine for these around the corner from my house on W 43rd, but I don't think it is ever filled. It is the same color as the Chronicle machines except it has the yellow, orange, and red "La Voz" graphic on the street side of the machine.

La Vibra is another weekly, but I don't know the publication date. This one is more hit or miss. Like La Voz, I only ever find that one downtown. Both La Voz and La Vibra are put out by the Houston Chronicle.

Semana is also a weekly, but I'm not sure what day it is put out. Its machines are yellow with blue text, and I have seen them all over within the city limits of Houston.

I've periodically checked the other Spanish papers, but have never found coupons in any besides the three listed above.

Thanks. I updated in wiki.
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Here's some info on El Dia in Dallas:

It's distributed on Tuesday in their Northeast (Murphy, Garland) and South (Duncanville, Mesquite) areas, and on Thursday in the North Central (Carrollton) and West (Irving, Grand Prairie, & eastern part of Tarrant County) areas.

It's available at:
• Fiesta Supermarkets • Consulates of Latin America • Dart
• Banks • Mexican Consulate • La Michoacana Meat Market
• Parkland • Flower Shops • Taquerias Arandas
• Hospitals • Post Offices • Carnival Supermarket
• Exxon • Small stores • Minyard Supermarket
• Texaco • Beauty Salons • Mi Rancho Supermarkets
• Office Buildings • Bakeries • Walmart

I think I'll have to go to Northside Ft. Worth this weekend...Fiesta and Carnival right next to each other? Yes, please!
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Quote from leapdaybride View Post :
Here's some info on El Dia in Dallas:

It's distributed on Tuesday in their Northeast (Murphy, Garland) and South (Duncanville, Mesquite) areas, and on Thursday in the North Central (Carrollton) and West (Irving, Grand Prairie, & eastern part of Tarrant County) areas.

It's available at:
• Fiesta Supermarkets • Consulates of Latin America • Dart
• Banks • Mexican Consulate • La Michoacana Meat Market
• Parkland • Flower Shops • Taquerias Arandas
• Hospitals • Post Offices • Carnival Supermarket
• Exxon • Small stores • Minyard Supermarket
• Texaco • Beauty Salons • Mi Rancho Supermarkets
• Office Buildings • Bakeries • Walmart

I think I'll have to go to Northside Ft. Worth this weekend...Fiesta and Carnival right next to each other? Yes, please!
Thanks. Very useful information. I will update in wiki.

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List of Spanish Newspapers


El Dia in Dallas
, there is a free green colored newspaper stand called El Dia. This news paper has most of the regular coupon inserts that are included in the other regular Sunday papers. It's distributed on Tuesday in their Northeast (Murphy, Garland) and South (Duncanville, Mesquite) areas, and on Thursday in the North Central (Carrollton) and West (Irving, Grand Prairie, & eastern part of Tarrant County) areas.
It's available at:
• Fiesta Supermarkets • Consulates of Latin America • Dart
• Banks • Mexican Consulate • La Michoacana Meat Market
• Parkland • Flower Shops • Taquerias Arandas
• Hospitals • Post Offices • Carnival Supermarket
• Exxon • Small stores • Minyard Supermarket
• Texaco • Beauty Salons • Mi Rancho Supermarkets
• Office Buildings • Bakeries • Walmart

El Sentinel in South Florida, Sun-Sentinel's Spanish edition, is FREE and carries all regular inserts just like the Sun-Sentinel. Sometime there are few differences in the coupons but free is free.

El Comercio in Maryland, Washington D.C. Newspaper is a free Hispanic weekly publication that is distributed every Friday. Sometime many valuable coupons are included in this newspaper.

La Voz in Houston is a weekly put out on Thrusdays. I've only ever found a STOCKED machine downtown. There is a machine for these around the corner from my house on W 43rd, but I don't think it is ever filled. It is the same color as the Chronicle machines except it has the yellow, orange, and red "La Voz" graphic on the street side of the machine.

La Vibra in Houston
is another weekly, but I don't know the publication date. This one is more hit or miss. Like La Voz, I only ever find that one downtown. Both La Voz and La Vibra are put out by the Houston Chronicle.


Semana in Houston
is also a weekly, but I'm not sure what day it is put out. Its machines are yellow with blue text, and I have seen them all over within the city limits of Houston.

Great, guess my already spending 100 miles each week trying to find the places people hadn't killed it off will now result in never finding them....
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Great, guess my already spending 100 miles each week trying to find the places people hadn't killed it off will now result in never finding them....
I feel sorry for you but posting information here will not hurt anyone. Information posted here are already posted in so many other public forums. Infact, it will increase chances of users in this forum to know unique informations about these newspapers so we all can find them in time.
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I don't think Indy has Spanish newspaper...I will have to look. I would love to get higher value coupons if they are different Big Grin
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