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Don’t let this hot offer pass you by – it’s only available until December 15.
Don’t let this hot offer pass you by – it’s only available until December 15. Contributed

ONE dollar can't buy you a lot at the lolly shop these days, but it can get you unlimited access to more news than ever before which is even sweeter.

For just $1 a day, get unlimited digital access to the Queensland Times, the Courier Mail+/Daily Telegraph+ plus the Queensland Times newspaper delivered to your door six days a week.

That's a seriously sweetened deal that gives you open access to the latest news and current affairs, sport, business, entertainment and election coverage.

Keeping up to date with everything happening in the community and beyond has never been easier, or more cost effective, so don't let this hot offer pass you by - it's only available until December 15.

Offer stands at $1 a day for the first six months with a $28 minimum spend.

Or if you're a digital-only reader, you can pay just 50c a day to have the unrestricted digital access without the home delivery. Minimum spend $14.

For more information and full terms and conditions, head to qt.com.au/hotoffer or phone 1300 361 604.

 

50 cents a day to have the unrestricted digital access.
50 cents a day to have the unrestricted digital access. QT

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