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The Wichita Eagle offers both print and digital version to its readers. If they want to read the newspaper conveniently, they can subscribe to the E-Eagle Digital Edition at its official website. The monthly and yearly package cost $14.99 and $179.88 respectively. Readers need to create an account first if they haven’t registered yet and then they can make payments to finish the subscription.

After subscribing to the E-Eagle Digital Edition online, readers will be able to read the newspaper anytime anywhere as long as they have a computer and Internet access. The non-print version also allows readers to skim headlines and sections, search for a particular item, and share the news with others. In addition, they will be able to gain access to the newspaper for the past 7 days.

About The Wichita Eagle

The Wichita Eagle is a daily newspaper of the Kansas area. Founded in as early as 1872, it has become the largest newspaper in Wichita, Kansas. The newspaper is owned by the McClatchy Company, a publishing company publicly traded in the New York Stock Exchange. Headquartered in Kansas, it has a daily circulation of 90,648 and a Sunday circulation of 149,230.

How Can You subscribe to the E-Eagle Digital Edition Online?

  • Requirements
    1. A computer with Internet access.
    2. Your personal information (name, email address, phone number, address, zip code, etc.)
  • Step-By-Step Guide
    1. Go to the homepage of The Wichita Eagle at related link 1 below.
    2. Click on the link marked “E-Eagle: Digital Edition” at the top right of the web page. Then click “SUBSCRIBE ONLINE NOW”.
    3. Create an account of your own by entering your personal information into required fields. Then set up online payments by following the instructions of the website.
    4. For further information, refer to The Wichita Eagle Support at related link 2.

Related Links

  1. The Wichita Eagle:
    http://www.kansas.com
  2. The Wichita Eagle Support:
    http://www.kansas.com/support/#navlink=navdrop
  3. The Wichita Eagle Wikipedia:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Wichita_Eagle

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