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[NY Times] NY Times Digital Access 1yr Subscription (HOT 60% OFF)

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NY Times Digital Access 1yr Subscription (HOT 60% OFF)

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60% Off for 1 yr digital access subscription to the New York Times - Basic $2/wk CAD, All Access $3.20/wk CAD, and All Access Plus $4.40/wk CAD. The All Access Plus has a bonus of 2 complimentary All Access Plus; so if 3 people share the All Access Plus works out to $1.47/wk.

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60% off is a pretty standard deal from NYT. Wouldn't call it "hot".

I got a deal of $1 CAD+tax/week about 6 months ago through a student offer. I think that's pretty hot. ;-) Doesn't include Times Insider or Crossword (tbh, I really like the crosswords so if you can share the cost with 2 other friends it might make sense to get the All Access Plus for a little more).

Edit: still available
http://www.nytimes.com/subscriptions/ed ... gnId=4W8HR
Just use your address in Canada and it goes from $1/USD to $1/CAD.
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dojon wrote:
Nov 27th, 2016 1:05 am
60% off is a pretty standard deal from NYT. Wouldn't call it "hot".

I got a deal of $1 CAD+tax/week about 6 months ago through a student offer. I think that's pretty hot. ;-) Doesn't include Times Insider or Crossword (tbh, I really like the crosswords so if you can share the cost with 2 other friends it might make sense to get the All Access Plus for a little more).

Edit: still available
http://www.nytimes.com/subscriptions/ed ... gnId=4W8HR

dojon, Thank you for the link. But most of us are not students and I believe they do need some confirmation of student status - when my son was a subscriber under his UofA student status they needed his ID number.

Just use your address in Canada and it goes from $1/USD to $1/CAD.
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Dec 23, 2015
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Didn't look at the link that was posted, but if it says .edu address needed I signed up (it was like $10 a month initially) then called customer service and they changed my email to my student email of '.on.ca' . The rep found the $1/a week subscription and credited my account the initial payment (so ~10 weeks, no additional charge).

This was about 3-4 days ago.
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bubba67 wrote:
Nov 27th, 2016 1:15 am
dojon, Thank you for the link. But most of us are not students and I believe they do need some confirmation of student status - when my son was a subscriber under his UofA student status they needed his ID number.
True, I think you need a University email to sign up so it's not for everyone but if you don't need crosswords, Times Insider and are a student its the best deal around. :)
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Wouldn't even subscribe if the failing New York Times paid me.
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Who read this kind of tabloid junk anyways.
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The NY Times is no tabloid, but I will never forgive their involvement with the Iraq invasion.
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[NY Times] NY Times Digital Access lifetime Subscription (Blazing red HOT 100% OFF)

1. Browse in Incognito/Private mode.
2. When 10 free pages expire, close/reopen in Incognito/Private.
3. Rinse and repeat.
4. Profit!
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UnitG2 wrote:
Nov 27th, 2016 6:58 am
The NY Times is no tabloid, but I will never forgive their involvement with the Iraq invasion.
lol not a "tabloid" but a sorry excuse for a "news"paper.

they **** sanders so far up the ass this election cycle, even having higher up's go and edit op eds / columns that painted stuff he did in the past in a positive light.

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60% of the time their news is wrong, so what your actually getting here is properly priced news.

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