Thanksgiving edition shaping up; savings will be aplenty
NASHUA – Hundreds of thousands of dollars in savings are on the way for area residents – courtesy of Saint Nichols, local retailers and The Telegraph – in the newspaper’s special Thanksgiving Day edition.
The Telegraph’s holiday edition – set to go on sale a full day early on Nov. 27 – will be stuffed with deals on thousands of items.
Priced at just $2, the holiday edition has become a must-have for area bargain hunters.
“The Thanksgiving edition is our largest newspaper of the year,” said Telegraph Publisher and General Manager Heather Goodwin Henline. “It will include additional news content, our special Holiday Gift Guide and a wealth of sales fliers so local residents can have a road map for finding the best holiday deals of the season.”
Last year’s Thanksgiving edition had more than $600,000 in potential savings, and this year’s Telegraph is expected to surpass that total.
“The holiday edition has nearly 30 sales fliers from a variety of area business, both large and small,” said Telegraph Advertising Director Lynda Vallatini. “We are fortunate to have so many loyal advertisers that pass so much in savings onto local residents.”
To help residents take advantage of all the bargains in the Nov. 27 edition, The Telegraph will again host festivities and sales at its downtown offices, located at 110 Main St., Suite 1.
Sales of the holiday paper will begin early – on Wednesday – and run the next two days, as supplies last.
The Telegraph will be available at a variety of locations, including the main newspaper offices, beginning at 8:30 a.m. and running through 6 p.m.
Free curbside service is available, as well as special offers, cookies and coffee. Those purchasing five or more copies will receive a free ceramic Telegraph coffee mug. In addition, buy one, get one free gift subscriptions will be available.
The fun doesn’t stop there, as those purchasing the Thanksgiving edition will have a chance to win a gift basket filled with gift certificates and other merchandise. Entry forms will be included in that day’s newspaper, and can be filled out and mailed or dropped off at The Telegraph. The grand prize drawing will be Dec. 13.
“This is our favorite time of year,” Goodwin Henline said. “It’s the season of thanks, where we all count our many blessings, and also have the opportunity to greet and interact with our many wonderful subscribers.”
“Our entire staff will be on hand Wednesday, so those stopping by can enjoy cookies, coffee and conversation,” Goodwin Henline added. “We look forward to seeing everyone.”