Can I use my login and password from www.unclehenrys.com?
Yes. Your account at www.unclehenrys.com works here. Plus, if you create an account here, it will work at www.unclehenrys.com. Consider it a two-for-one!
Can I place an ad for free?
Yes. Each issue you buy comes with a Free Ad Form - just like a printed Uncle Henry's you might buy at a store. You can use a Free Ad Form to put an Ad in the next issue of either of Uncle Henry's publications.
How can I read the downloaded e-book?
The files you download are in the standard .epub file format. These files can be read on most any type of device - including iPad, iPhone, Barnes & Noble Nook, most any Android phone or tablet, regular desktop and laptop computers, and in some cases, Amazon Kindle. Many of these devices require software generally referred to as 'ereader' software which in many cases is preinstalled for you. Check your device manual or search the web for specific instructions on how to view an .epub file on your particular device.
Can I buy this for a friend or family member as a gift?
Currently, this is only available to the account that was used at the time of purchase. If you would like to give a gift to somebody you know that has an Uncle Henry's account, please contact customer support
and we will see what we can do to make it happen.
When is the new issue available?
Uncle Henry's electronic editions of the books are published every Thursday at 8:00 AM (Eastern Time) rain or shine! Just remember, 'Every Thursday is Uncle Henry's Day'.
Can I run an ad for more than one week?
No. Each Free Ad Form is good for 1 week of advertising in either of Uncle Henry's publications. We hope you won't need more than a week but if you do, you can certainly place it again using another Free Ad Form.
What publications does Uncle Henry's publish and where are they sold?
We publish the "Uncle Henry's Weekly Swap It Or Sell It Guide" in northern New England (serving Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, and parts of western New York) and the "Uncle Henry's Mass. Edition" in southern New England (serving Massachussetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut).