Hacker News, the popular news website, has now opened up the option of shipping its subscribers free shipping.
The news website launched a free shipping program a year ago, and now offers the option for subscribers to use a credit card for shipping their subscriptions.
The move to free shipping is a huge win for Hacker in a market that often suffers from high prices and slow shipments.
This means that for every 100 Hacker News subscribers, a subscriber could receive $20.
In other words, Hacker News has a significant impact on the price of the subscriptions.
“This program will make it easy for subscribers and others to access the Hacker News product, including a free trial period, and we are committed to improving the experience for all subscribers,” a spokesperson for Hacker told Business Insider.
“We appreciate all of the support we have received from subscribers over the years, and hope to make it easier for everyone to find and subscribe to Hacker News.”
The Hacker News program is the first of its kind in the tech industry, and it’s a win for those who value customer service and free shipping above all else.
Hacker News will now start sending customers a free gift card when they sign up for the program.
It’s not yet clear how much of a discount it will be, though the company has already said it will offer a free 10GB of free storage.
The new free shipping offers come on top of a recent $10,000 donation by TechCrunch founder Peter Kafka, and the company’s other recent support efforts.
Hacker News recently announced a series of major investments, including hiring former CEO Alex Roetter and a $1 million Series B funding round.