Wall Street Journal-how to get it freeeeee.
Almost 2 years ago my son, a university student majoring in economics, signed up for a WSJ introductory offer. I believe that they offered a very inexpensive 6 or 12 month special deal for students. *It had to be dirt cheap, as he was a full time student with little cash.
My son never renewed the subscription however we still receive it each morning along with our local paper. *
I'm assuming that the WSJ finds in more ecomimical to have this expired subscpirtion continue to be counted as active so that advertising rates can be proped up. *I am also assuming that this is now considered a complimentry subscription to WSJ that they can cancel at will.
Has anyone else been the subject of this free WSJ program?
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