The Washington Post’s “Wall Street Journal” is reporting that a $1 coupon will set you back $1.90, and you can get it for $100.
That’s a $2,700 discount.
The coupon is the second for the paper trading promotion code, which will set a $5 discount off the normal paper coupon rate.
The first was issued on Monday, the paper said.
The paper said the discount is a result of an agreement between the Post and the Post Holding Company.
The company is owned by J.P. Morgan Chase and is based in Delaware.
The deal will allow Post Holding to buy a portion of the Post.
The $1 paper coupon is not the only paper coupon deal going on.
The Post is offering $1 off the $1,000 paper trading subscription, which was introduced in July, and $1 free trade cards for people with paper trading accounts.