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Get a 4-Week Digital Subscription to the New York Times online for $0.99 right now. There are 3 subscription options to choose from at this offer: web + smartphone apps, web + tablet apps, or all digital access. The subscription includes unlimited access to NYTimes.com, New York Times apps, and archived articles. After the 4 week introductory period, you will be billed at the regular rate, ranging from $15-$35 every four weeks, depending on the subscription type. At the end of the 4 week introductory period, you may cancel at any time.

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does it come with digital coupons? only reason I buy a paper these days with 99% of info online without paywalls.

Does the digital version also come with the progressive preaching anti America articles?

can i digitally line my bird cages with it?
that't all its good for.

mahaffeymj said:   can i digitally line my bird cages with it?
that't all its good for.


Haven't you heard about Fahrenheit 451?

Flipit said:   Does the digital version also come with the progressive preaching anti America articles?

You must be referring to the instance when they accused 47% of Americans as being deadbeats. I believe that was someone else ... Not NY Times.

Still annoyed that they removed the crossword from both daily and Sunday editions on
line a few months back. It's the main attraction for me.

99 cents too much. You can read it for free if you browse InPrivate Internet Explorer. I always block out their display ads, don't want to subsidize them.

christmas said:   Still annoyed that they removed the crossword from both daily and Sunday editions on
line a few months back. It's the main attraction for me.


You have to get a separate subscription to the crossword puzzle for $7 a month. That's on top of the regular subscription.

MitchFlorida said:   99 cents too much. You can read it for free if you browse InPrivate Internet Explorer. I always block out their display ads, don't want to subsidize them.

While not quite as bad as pirating media or software, private browsing to avoid the NYT firewall is basically stealing. They have decided to charge for reading more than 10 articles a month, and you should pay if you want to read more. If you like the paper and read it, pay for it.

I wouldn't pay a penny I found on the street for this rag. Just saying.

CTara12345 said:   MitchFlorida said:   99 cents too much. You can read it for free if you browse InPrivate Internet Explorer. I always block out their display ads, don't want to subsidize them.

While not quite as bad as pirating media or software, private browsing to avoid the NYT firewall is basically stealing. They have decided to charge for reading more than 10 articles a month, and you should pay if you want to read more. If you like the paper and read it, pay for it.


Let them sue me.

Just google nyclean and follow the instructions

MitchFlorida said:   99 cents too much. You can read it for free if you browse InPrivate Internet Explorer. I always block out their display ads, don't want to subsidize them.

My solution to publications that I disagree with is just to ignore them, but I suppose your way works, too.

Yes, but it was no addl cost till recently. NYT sux.

umenon said:   Flipit said:   Does the digital version also come with the progressive preaching anti America articles?

You must be referring to the instance when they accused 47% of Americans as being deadbeats. I believe that was someone else ... Not NY Times.


Where is that guy? I heard he was trying to sell some fireworks on eBay.



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