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Is it correct to say:

Sign Up to our Newsletter

Or

Sign Up for our Newsletter

Thanks!

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    Hi, and welcome to Writers. Requests to rephrase a single sentence are off-topic for us, as they are unlikely to help anyone else. Please take our tour and see our help center writers.stackexchange.com/help/on-topic to see what kinds of questions we answer. – Lauren-Clear-Monica-Ipsum Oct 3 '16 at 17:56
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    I was aware of the rules, but the 'Thanks!' at the end made me force myself to answer it, haha. @Lauren Ipsum – Featherball Oct 3 '16 at 18:15
  • I'm really sorry I broke the rules; please don't ban me I wasn't aware of them :( and I'm really grateful Lythric <3 – Andy Oct 3 '16 at 18:16
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    Andy, no worries; you won't get banned for one off-topic question, particularly if it's your first. :) feel free to poke around and learn all about us! We're a pretty nice bunch. Even to newbies. :) – Lauren-Clear-Monica-Ipsum Oct 3 '16 at 18:43
  • How about a moderator just moves this to English where it belongs? – user5645 Oct 4 '16 at 7:10
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Sign Up for Our Newsletter

This is correct because it is grammatically saying: 'if you sign up to this, you will get our newsletter'. So, your signing up for the purpose of getting the newsletter.

In English, capitalise everything in titles save: articles (a, the), connectives (but, and) and prepositions (on, at).

I hope this helped.

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