(Slfp, Frugal Reality)
Currently, there are over 6,000 Sunday newspapers in the US. They can be purchased from any place that sells papers, but only on Sundays as the name suggests. It’s quite difficult to find such editions on any other day.
Places where you’ll most likely find Sunday newspapers are grocery stores, book shops, convenience stores, and gas stations. Hence, you should type in Google “newspaper near me” or go to the closest establishment to check whether they have any.
The most popular stores, such as CVS, Dollar Tree, Giant Eagle, Walmart, and 7-Eleven, almost always have the Sunday newspaper, so they should be your first choice. On the other hand, surprisingly, stores like Costco and Target don’t sell newspapers.
On average, a Sunday paper costs about $4. But, some places offer promotions and coupons, and its price can go as low as $3. In addition, some discount stores sell the newest papers for only a dollar.