Central Indiana: FREE Coupon Inserts Delivered!!!

by Beth Montgomery on March 24, 2010 · 14 comments

in Coupons & Rebates, Freebies & Samples

I’ve talked about it on here and in my classes.   I’m pretty sure everyone thinks I’m crazy, but now I have proof and a link so you can sign up online!

You can get the Indianapolis Star Inserts FREE!

The Indianapolis Star is offering a limited time online sign-up for the Yes! Your Essential Shopper.   And great news for those of you who subscribe to the Indianapolis Star! You can sign up for this offer to get two sets of weekly inserts!   I called the Indianapolis Star today to confirm that you can get both.

This guide includes:

  • Indy Star Coupons
  • Local Sales Flyers
  • Latest Fashion Trends
  • Home Improvement Tips
  • And MORE!

And it’s FREE!

From now until March 31, 2010, you can register for your FREE Yes! Your Essentials Shopper online or via phone.

Call 1-888-357-7827 OR visit IndyStar.com/specialoffer

Use the promotional code: YesFree

The Yes! Your Essential Shopper is only available in select zip codes. It will be delivered in a pink bag every Sunday.   Offer ends March 31, 2010 online, but you can call the Indianapolis Star any time to get your FREE Yes! The Essential Shopper delivered each week.

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1 Faith March 24, 2010 at 1:12 PM

Awesome thanks so much!!!! i hope that they will do it in logansport, i just signed up for it, but all it said was thank you, your information has been submitted. thank you!

2 Beth Montgomery March 24, 2010 at 2:12 PM

That’s the answer I got too. I know it’s available in my area, but I’m not sure if they system is set up to recognize if you’re in the area. If you find out otherwise, let us know!

Hope it works. It’s wonderful to get free coupon inserts!
.-= Beth Montgomery ´s last blog ..Tropicana Juicy Rewards: B1G1 Coupon =-.

3 Katie March 25, 2010 at 1:54 PM

I got really frustrated with the IndyStar.com website which made me keep logging in over & over again (I have cookies disabled) so I called the toll free number. I told the rep I was trying to find out if my zip code was eligible for this deal. She knew exactly what I was talking about but was unnable to find the zip code look-up in her computer. However, she did tell me that if I was in an area that was NOT eligible, I would get a message on the website when I tried to sign up telling me that I was not eligible. After I disabled my cookie blocker, I signed back in, completed the form and got “Thank you Your information was successfully received.”

I had never heard of Your Essential Shopper before so THANK YOU SO MUCH for letting us know about it!

4 Beth Montgomery March 25, 2010 at 2:05 PM

No problem! I hope it does work. Just testing the site, I signed up my mother-in-law and I’m pretty sure she’s not eligible, but she got the “Thank You” message too. I’m hoping they extended their coverage, because that would be nice, and not that there is a flaw in the site.

However, inside is usually a coupon to get the newspaper Thurs/Sun for only $0.50 a week, which is a great deal and you can get them both together! So, two inserts delivered each week for only $0.50. You can beat that no matter where you get your newspaper (unless you get it free :)).
.-= Beth Montgomery ´s last blog ..Shutterfly: FREE Photostrip + FREE Shipping!! =-.

5 Katie March 25, 2010 at 2:32 PM

WOW! I pay $9.35 a month for the Thursday & Sunday paper. I’ve actually been thinking of cancelling my subscription, waiting a few months & then signing back up through one of the discount newpaper services. Then I saw your post & thought maybe double the coupons would make it more worthwhile. I’ll have to look for that coupon when I get my first delivery. Thanks again for all your info!

6 Katie April 16, 2010 at 9:28 AM

Has anybody gotten theirs yet? I still haven’t.

7 Beth Montgomery April 16, 2010 at 11:01 AM


I’ve heard a lot of people have not. Mine even stopped coming, so I called and asked about it. They had my order and had that my subscription as going, but didn’t know why it had not gotten to my door. So, they had to call my carrier to straighten it out. Hopefully I’ll get it this week. You can call them at 444-4000 and see if they can get your on track too!
.-= Beth Montgomery ´s last blog ..Coupons: Smucker’s Uncrustables, Dannon, SoBe, & More! =-.

8 Katie April 16, 2010 at 11:11 AM

Thanks so much for the info! I’ll give them a call.

9 Aya January 17, 2011 at 11:13 AM

Have you had any problems with the Yes! deliveries or are you receiving them regularly after signup?


10 Beth January 18, 2011 at 9:21 AM

Aya, YES! I have called them repeatedly. They’ve reinstated my delivery a few times, but it never arrives no matter what I do. I’ve even spoken with a contact I have at the Indianapolis Star and it seems no one knows why it never arrives. I received them regularly until I paused my subscription. Since then, I haven’t received one no matter what. My neighbor still gets them weekly though.

11 Maria martinez September 8, 2011 at 7:49 PM

I had never of your essential shopper before so thank you so much for letting us know about it

12 sherry November 24, 2013 at 2:20 PM

I live in fishers, zip:46037. My question is that if I request to stop them sending me free Sunday “yes”. Can I do that?? Can they just skip my house for delivery?

13 Beth Montgomery November 24, 2013 at 7:25 PM

Sherry, yes. You can call the local newspaper and cancel your subscription. Even though it’s free, it’s still a registered subscription through your local paper.

14 Beth Montgomery March 25, 2010 at 2:40 PM

Yikes, if you call when your subscription is up, and ask if they have any deals, they sometimes have one or two. I got it for $5 a month once and that’s the most I’ve paid!

I totally believe you should get a discount for the loyalty of being a subscriber, just like with magazines, so it should cost less than picking it up at the dollar store where it’s $1 a week or about $8-$9 a month if you got Thurs & Sun. I don’t quite understand why newspapers think they should charge subscribers more. Doesn’t quite encourage customer loyalty.

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