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Coming in December: a special Tico Times Print Edition

November 15, 2017

Have you missed flipping through a copy of The Tico Times as you enjoy your morning cafecito? We have, too. So we’re very happy to announce that as part of the changes we’ve been working on since our relaunch on Sept. 1, we’ll be publishing a special High Season Print Edition this December.

The free 16-page publication, in honor of Costa Rica’s tourism high season, will feature an Insiders’ Guide to Costa Rican travel featuring some of our beloved columnists; a Costa Rican map with essential travel information; a December-May Cultural Events Calendar; and some of our favorite stories, columns and photos. It will be distributed nationwide from Dec. 5-April 30; we also plan to reprint and update the edition throughout that period.

Learn more about advertising in this special edition here; ad deadline is Nov. 22.

To become a distributor of this free edition, please contact us (sales@ticotimes.net or 4000-0838). Distributors will be listed on our website with links to their own sites or Facebook pages, as well as in stories on our site in your area of the country.

 

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