All Access Digital Pass

Premium Content: Simple, Smart, Convenient

Now you can have access to all the Herald/Review provides in print, online and even more when you become a digital premium content subscriber.

For just a little over one dollar a week, you will be the first to be able to read stories posted well ahead of usual print deadlines. You’ll have access to premium content such as the iPaper digital print edition, On Your Mind comments, all obituaries, all our story archives going back to May, 1997, special feature stories and more.

To sign up, click on the button below, or read the FAQs for more information.

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FAQs


Digital Subscriptions; Premium Content; Archive Access

1. What does a digital premium content subscription cost?
2. How are digital subscriptions billed?
3. Can I access the site on my smartphone or tablet?
4. What is the cancellation policy?
5. I am not a digital premium content subscriber. What kind of premium content will I receive?
6. How does archive only access work?
7. How does a One-Day Obituary Pass work?
8. How do I sign up for the svherald.com email newsletter, “The Morning Blend”?
9. How do I sign up for cell phone news text alerts?
10. My question was not answered here. How can I get more information?

1. What does a digital premium content subscription cost?

Premium content, all digital access is just $4.50 per month.

2. How are digital subscriptions billed?

You are billed automatically to your Visa or MasterCard credit card via a PayPal account.

3. Can I access the site on my smartphone or tablet?

Yes, our website has a mobile version and can be accessed on your smartphone or tablet device.

4. What is the cancellation policy?

You may cancel at any time by logging in to your PayPal account and selecting "Subscriptons" and then choosing to cancel.

5. I am not a digital premium content subscriber. What kind of premium content will I receive?

You’ll get news faster.

Many of our stories become available to digital premium content members online much earlier than they do to non-members, and they are on the web long before the newspaper is printed. Get the news much faster as it becomes available throughout the day.

You’ll also have complete, unrestricted access to all of our premium marked stories, obituaries, letters to the editor, On Your Mind and other regular features. Every day we deliver valuable news about our community, from schools to military, to city issues, and as a premium member, you have easy access to our best stories, the stories that affect you.

As a premium member you’ll also be able to have access to all of the daily news and features that we print in a PDF format of the newspaper. Some of our online readers prefer to read their news in a traditional “newspaper format”. You can read our iPaper at your leisure, download the pages, and keep the stories that are important to you.

Click here to see a past issue of the iPaper as a sample

(We do not include the color comics, USA Weekend, or advertising inserts in the iPaper due to licensing restrictions).

You’ll also have unrestricted use of all the archival material on the site dating back to 1997. Any story older than 14 days is archived, but as a digital premium content member, you can read them all at your leisure.



6. How does archive access work?

This service is offered to someone who may want to search past articles for the limited time of 30 days or less. You receive access to our archives only. Stories that have been published on this site since its launch in 1997 are presented, categorized by year and month of publication. Stories prior to our launch date will not appear. In the early days of the site, not all stories were published to our website, so you may or may not find what you are searching for. Archive stories require a Premium Membership or Archive Access, which are paid subscriptions. If you subscribe, but can’t find your item, contact it@svherald.com and we can help you find what you are looking for via our printed archives.

The price for 30 day access is one time charge of $3.99.




7. How does a One-Day Obituary Access Pass work?

Often people just want a single obituary, or to keep informed about the passing of friends and family
With a One-Day pass you can read all of our obituaries without recurring monthly charges for the low fee of $1.




8. How do I sign up for the svherald.com email newsletter, “The Morning Blend”?
 
To receive the highlights of the day’s headlines delivered right to your email in box every morning, just click here.
 

9. How do I sign up for cell phone text alerts?
 
Want to about major local breaking news? The latest Buena High School score? You can now receive a news text alert right to your cell phone. Just register by clicking here
 
Click here to add SMS Alerts to your account

Your phone number will be kept confidential and will not be given to any third party providers.

10. My questions were not answered here. How can I get more information?
 
Submit any questions via email to it@svherald.com or you can call our newspaper offices M-F, from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Arizona time.

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