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Is there an email on weekends/public holidays?
No emails on weekends and Victorian public holidays.
Can I share the email with friends?
There's nothing stopping you forwarding the email to your mates. It'd be nice if they paid too though. This is my primary source of income.
How do I modify my subscription?
For those on the free trial, just click the unsubscribe link in any of the emails you've received from The Sizzle. For paid subscribers, visit the subscriber portal. If you're stuck, get in touch.
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