What is the going rate for sparkling-wit headlines? Cartoons with questionable depictions of women and minorities? And national treasure Andrea Peyser? If you said, “Priceless,” you’re in luck.Because the answer is actually 75 cents, beginning Monday. The tabloid of record is raising its newsstand price 50 percent from the old rate of half-a-buck. We suspect that if you listen closely in bodegas across the city, come next week, you will hear the chorus: “What?! 75 cents?! Hell with that! Give me the Daily News.”
Also, how annoying will the two-tab readers find the fact that their once-convenient $1/day paper habit now requires a supplemental quarter?