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1-Year The Wall Street Journal Digital Subscription

$26
$507.00
(Billed As $2 For Every 4-Weeks)
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The Wall Street Journal is offering their 1-Year The Wall Street Journal Digital Subscription on ale for $0.50/Week (or $26) billed as $2 for Every 4-Weeks for 1-Year when you subscribe to this offer.

Alternatively, The Wall Street Journal also has 1-Year The Wall Street Jourdan + Barron's & Marketwatch Digital Subscription on sale for $1/Week (or $52) billed as $4 for Every 4-Weeks for 1-Year when you subscribe to this offer.

Thanks to Deal Hunter Rokket for finding this deal

Includes
  • Unlimited access on WSJ.com and in the WSJ app, including audio articles
  • Daily puzzles and crosswords
  • Insider deals with Buy Side from WSJ Exclusives

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  • You may cancel your subscription at anytime after your promotional period ends
  • Price will be reverted to $38.99 + tax every 4-weeks thereafter after your special offer price (normally costing $9.75/week)
  • Offer valid while promotional price/special offer last
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For Black Friday, The Wall Street Journal [wsj.com] is offering a WSJ Digital Subscription for $0.50 per week ($26 for one year). You may cancel anytime.

Includes:
  • Unlimited access on WSJ.com and in the WSJ app, including audio articles
  • Daily puzzles and crosswords
  • Insider deals with Buy Side from WSJ Exclusives
Also available is a WSJ Digitial Suscription bundle (WSJ, Barron's, and MarketWatch) for $1 per week ($52 for one year). You may cancel anytime.

Includes:
  • Unlimited access on WSJ.com and in the WSJ app, including audio articles
  • Daily puzzles and crosswords
  • Insider deals with Buy Side from WSJ Exclusives
  • Barron's: Get in-depth analysis on stocks and investing
  • MarketWatch: Stay ahead with the latest stock market and financial news
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Created 11-21-2023 at 01:56 PM by Rokket | Staff
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FYI: Most public libraries provide full access to WSJ.com with a free library account
I've had this for a year or so and genuinely can say how much I appreciate journalism again. I always thought this was just a very thick newspaper full of stock quotes but they cover just about anything that could be considered news, art, pop culture and even IT/cybersecurity. I subscribe to a lot of the news feeds and can honestly say I feel I'm a heck of a lot more informed about what's going on in the world while being heads-down doing the daily work grind.
The key is understanding the difference between the news section and the opinion/editorial section. Many papers blur the line (via story selection, choice of words for headlines, etc). The news section of WSJ is the most politically neutral I have found in a US news source. Any article you read online you should make sure you understand: am I reading an opinion piece, where someone can be loose with the facts and not even try to dig at all angles, or am I reading a news piece by someone with journalist integrity that is trying to present you all of the facts available to make your own opinions. I think most "news" that people read are opinion pieces.
That said, if you stray in to the Opinion section of the WSJ, which is easy to do, but they are clearly labeled as such, you will definitely see a strong bias toward conservative or Republican views.

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If you currently have a more expensive WSJ subscription, I believe you can request to cancel and then get offered the Black Friday rate. Hope this helps someone.

Edit - YMMV (per comments below). May need to cancel, then set up a new subscription w/ new email address.
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