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Black Friday ads and puzzle book inside Wednesday's special Holiday Edition

Black Friday ads and puzzle book inside Wednesday's special Holiday Edition

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Tulsa World Home Delivery Manager James Cross grabs a paper for a customer while handing out the Tulsa World’s Holiday Edition last year.

For the eighth year in a row, the Tulsa World will give shoppers early access to its Holiday Edition to prepare for Black Friday.

“With the number of major retailers announcing plans to be closed on Thanksgiving Day, this year we will combine our Wednesday and Thursday print editions into one massive Holiday Edition,” said Bernie Heller, Tulsa World Media Co. president. “We are excited to present this edition as meeting the needs of our advertisers and readers is our primary focus.

“This year’s edition is expected to be even larger than previous editions as shoppers prepare for a truly exciting holiday season. The savings and discounts offered by advertisers in this year’s issue will no doubt make our Holiday Edition the best investment a savvy shopper can make.”

Home delivery subscribers will receive their Holiday Edition as they would their Wednesday newspaper that morning.

Starting at noon Wednesday until 4 p.m., the Holiday Edition will go on sale at the Tulsa World’s downtown office.

A drive-thru will be set up on Fourth Street between Boulder Avenue and Main Street. Once on Fourth Street and driving east, customers need to get in the left lane. Customers also can walk to the location to make a purchase.

Cash or credit cards are accepted. The Holiday Edition is $5 each and customers can buy as many as they want.

This year’s Holiday Edition also includes a 48-page puzzle book that includes Jumble, Sudoku, Scrabblegrams, coloring pages, crossword puzzles and more.

The Holiday Edition will go on sale by early morning Wednesday at most retail outlets.

The Tulsa World will not print a newspaper on Thursday this week with the combined Holiday Edition on Wednesday. Only an e-edition will be available on Thursday at


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