Our latest print edition is here, and a World Cup/Fourth of July special is on the way!

May 7, 2018

Our latest print edition is available now and chock full of features on Costa Rica’s arts scene and upcoming events, a look at the president who will take office tomorrow, our interview with Epsy Campbell, a free map of Costa Rica, classifieds, a look at The Tico Times at 62, and much more.

Find it at these locations (distribution is under way so we advise calling your favorite pickup point before making a trip to ensure it’s arrived) or download it here.

Not seeing a distribution point in your neighborhood, or interested in offering The Tico Times at your business? Remember that our distributors can now give away the paper, charge the ₡500 cover price and keep the 100 percent of that amount, or charge the cover price and donate the proceeds to a nonprofit organization in exchange for free publicity on our site. New distributors need only fill out this online form.

Coming up in June: A brand-new print edition with special supplements on the World Cup (Costa Rican soccer history, a look ahead to this year’s tournament, World Cup brackets, where to watch and more) and the Fourth of July (this year’s Fourth of July Picnic Program and news on related events). For information on sponsorships and advertising in this new edition, contact us at cvargas@ticotimes.net or 4000-0838.

 

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