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South Florida Sun Sentinel [Kindle Edition]

by Tribune
1.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)

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More South Floridians turn to the Sun Sentinel than any other local newspaper. Our award winning journalists provide up-to-the minute coverage when the big story breaks plus insightful reports about sports, business, safety and consumer news. You'll also get entertainment and travel features, too. Sun Sentinel on your Kindle. It's just another way the Sun Sentinel delivers your news any way you want it.

Product Details

  • Publisher: Tribune (November 11, 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0057A4EKK
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #35,401 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Way too expensive! December 9, 2012
It's great to be eco-friendly and read the paper on your kindle but kindle papers have some major drawbacks by design and the price should be reflective of those limitations. No coupons, drastically less photos, inability to cut out articles to save in the real world are just a few but major reasons why the kindle version shouldn't cost as much as the print edition. Sure Amazon takes a small percentage of the sale but it's still significantly less then the cost of purchasing materials, printing, and delivery of an actual paper. The most I would ever pay for a kindle paper is $4.99 a month. For now I will just make due with my Sun Sentinel Sunday delivery that I subscribed to for $10 a year. Thats just 19¢ a paper. Thats a printed and delivered paper! Why should the kindle edition cost 32¢ each??
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
South Florida Sun Sentinel

I have agree with the other Posters, The Sun Sentinel News Paper has just been sucking money out of it's Subscribers over and over again. They want you to pay them these outrageous prices to get the paper delivered at home, and now they want you to pay them another $10. a month to get to read the same paper. Then they also announced this past week that starting April 9th, 2012 they are no longer going to allow anyone free access onto their Web Site, from then on your also going to have to pay them to read the "Same" News online too, unless you subscribe to their paper seven (7) days a week. I used to, but they have gotten so expensive that I pay over $100 a year now, and it's only for their Five day a week subscription. So If I wanted to read them online, I'd have to pay... I Don't think so Tribune, eventually you guys will realize that you can' keep ripping your readers off, and continue to get away with it, because this reader... Is done with you!
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1.0 out of 5 stars Not helpful for regular subscribers March 15, 2012
By GmanFL
Like the previous reviewer, I too am a regular subscriber and am disappointed that you want to charge me $10/mo to read the paper on my Kindle. I have several magazine print subscriptions which allow me to read the digital edition on my Kindle Fire for free. I expected the same for my newspaper. Sorry, I will not be subscribing twice for the same content.
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1.0 out of 5 stars sun sentinel has gone downhill April 4, 2013
By mp
paper is getting so bad and now no late night sports coverage. So many typos and poor paper quality. and $10 a month for online, really?!
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