Starbucks Offers Free Digital News at U.S. Stores for a Limited Time
Along with special pricing for WSJ subscriptions
A month after discontinuing the sale of print newspapers at 8,600 stores, Starbucks is offering customers and publishers a compromise. At company-owned Starbucks locations in the U.S., coffee customers will be able get free digital access to The Wall Street Journal (WSJ), USA Today, The Seattle Times, Chicago Tribune, The Baltimore Sun, Orlando Sentinel and New York Daily News for a limited time. Starbucks did not say how long the offer would last. The company will also offer special pricing for print and digital subscriptions to WSJ.
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