Oregon Newspaper Deal! {Encore Webinar on Aug 10th at 12:30 pm}

August 8, 2012 26 Comments | Disclosure

THIS DEAL WILL BE OFFERED ONE MORE TIME!

But you have to go register on this NEW post!  –>> http://fabulesslyfrugal.com/2012/08/get-the-exclusive-oregonian-newspaper-deal-friday-810.html

 

Attention Portland!

We have a Newspaper Deal for YOU!

Portland, Oregon couponers can now get an exclusive Oregonian newspaper deal!

Because this deal is so exclusive it is only available to attendees of our mini-coupon class webinar.   To register for the webinar, complete the form at the bottom of the post.

Mini-Coupon Class Webinar:

Thursday August 9th at 7:00 pm PST

We will give a short class explaining a powerful secret to saving money on your groceries… getting several Sunday papers!  We’ll explain why on earth we get so many Sunday papers and we’ll give a few tips on quick ways to organize all of your coupons!  This is how we are effectively building a stockpile and saving loads of money on our groceries each month!  Then, at the end of the webinar,  we’ll have a special link for you to sign up to get the deal.

This Oregonian Newspaper Deal is so fabulous you do not want to miss it!

  • You’ll pay  a flat fee per copy of the paper…  the price is so low, we aren’t even allowed to publish it (find out during the webinar)
  • Receive up to 5 copies of each Sunday paper

Areas included are:

  • Washington
  • Multnomah
  • Clackamas
  • Colombia County (only available in select areas within this county)
  • Yamhill Counties (only available in select areas within this county)

This incredible deal is only available to readers who attend our mini-coupon class.  The class will be 15-30 minutes long and we will have a few minutes to answer your questions, so be sure to join us!  PLUS, it’s FREE!

Register for the webinar here:

(We only have room for 200 attendees… be sure to watch for an email coming from workshops@fabulesslyfrugal.com to get the link to the live webinar! Check your spam filter if you don’t see it with in 5 minutes of signing up.)

 

ps – don’t live in Portland and still want to attend?

You are welcome to attend!  In the mean time, see if we have a Newspaper Deal in your area!

Comments

  1. I don’t live in Portland, but I live less than 2 hours away in a place that gets the Oregonian delivered, would I still qualify?

    • We are still waiting for more information about specific areas, so far we have heard that it is for Metro Portland.

  2. melissa says:

    is this deal for new subscribers only?

  3. I live in Eugene, OR….would we be eligible for this deal?

  4. Nicole M. says:

    I also live in Eugene and I am wondering if we go to this class will we still be able to get the deal on the paper?

  5. update: The areas for now are Washington, Multnomah, Clackamas and Yamhill County

  6. is the class full for tonight?

  7. Annie Shelton says:

    Are the classes full for next week?

  8. Annie Shelton says:

    I don’t see the form to register for the class. Right under the “Register here”, it says “We only have room for 200 attendees” with no clickable links or forms to fill out

    • Annie- Thanks for letting us know. That piece of the code was deleted somehow. We have added it back in.

  9. Jordan Hovingh says:

    I live in Union county (La Grande) are they still talking about other areas?

  10. laura smith says:

    Does anyone know how we pay for the extra newspapers? I need to make sure I have the cash set aside on the 9th.

  11. We will offer another webinar if the deal expands.The paper wants to see how it goes in the first area before they will consider moving into other areas.

  12. I will be driving all day tomorrow and won’t have a place to watch the webinar…can I still register and get the newspaper deal?

  13. did you cancel the 12:30 class?

  14. I was all ready to attend the 12:30p webinar and then I found out it wasn’t going to happen. I thought I registered for it, how do i attend? Should I have gotten a link in my email or something?

  15. Vancouver’s not included?

  16. Your email yesterday indicates an Oregonian newspaper subscription deal, but links to offers from August… is there a current offer I can utilize for the Oregonian?

    Thank you for any and all information you can provide!

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