Los Angeles Times: one year of Sunday Times print edition and one year of unlimited digital access for $9.88 for those living in Southern California


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    Call 213-283-2274 or visit latimes.com/subscribe and mention offer code 3263 for this special offer. Offer expires 10/31/2019.

    This is a continuous subscription. You have the right to cancel anytime by calling 1-213-283-2274. Prices on all future billing periods may be higher and you will be notified.



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  • If you’re doing the Sunday subscription, try calling and telling them you don’t want the premium issues. They shouldn’t charge those against your account.


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    @ctujackbauer said in Los Angeles Times: one year of Sunday Times print edition and one year of unlimited digital access for $9.88 for those living in Southern California:

    If you’re doing the Sunday subscription, try calling and telling them you don’t want the premium issues. They shouldn’t charge those against your account.

    From my own personal experience doing this promo in the past, they don’t charge the premium issues against your account during the promo year anyway, but yes, if I were a continuing customer I would want to decline all those “premium” issues.

    I also just called LA Times customer service and they confirmed during the $9.88 promo period no extra charge would be made for the so-called premium issues, but she said after the promo period is over and if I continue service then it would be charged,



  • My current subscription ends 10/20/19. I called, and they’ll extend it for another year @ $9.88.
    Thanks OP!



  • " The Times had hoped to double its digital subscriptions from just more than 150,000 to 300,000 this year — a number that would have to be doubled again to come close to covering editorial costs. But midway through the year, the Times is nowhere near that number, having netted only 13,000 digital subscriptions in 2019. The Times added 52,000 digital subscriptions, but “significant cancellations during the same stretch” left the Times with a net increase of only 13,000"

    It’s a “rag” not worth having to line the bottom of your birdcage, or spend any bandwidth on a digital copy. I took it at $9.98/yr. just to get the grocery coupons and they stopped having them 2 months later. I kept my old delivery copies for starter fuel when I light the BBQ. I’ll get a warm feeling watching the whole enterprise burn to dust in the near future.


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    @noahbody said in Los Angeles Times: one year of Sunday Times print edition and one year of unlimited digital access for $9.88 for those living in Southern California:

    " The Times had hoped to double its digital subscriptions from just more than 150,000 to 300,000 this year — a number that would have to be doubled again to come close to covering editorial costs. But midway through the year, the Times is nowhere near that number, having netted only 13,000 digital subscriptions in 2019. The Times added 52,000 digital subscriptions, but “significant cancellations during the same stretch” left the Times with a net increase of only 13,000"

    It’s a “rag” not worth having to line the bottom of your birdcage, or spend any bandwidth on a digital copy. I took it at $9.98/yr. just to get the grocery coupons and they stopped having them 2 months later. I kept my old delivery copies for starter fuel when I light the BBQ. I’ll get a warm feeling watching the whole enterprise burn to dust in the near future.

    Agree 100%. Well said. I get it mostly for the coupons. They still have the Smartsource coupon insert in my area at least. Since the weekly Sunday paper is only 19 cents, if I use just one coupon from the inserts a month he subscription would have paid for itself that month.



  • Students and teachers can get it even cheaper - as my teacher friend says, it’s part of the the left wing indoctrination process.


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    @myisland said in Los Angeles Times: one year of Sunday Times print edition and one year of unlimited digital access for $9.88 for those living in Southern California:

    Students and teachers can get it even cheaper - as my teacher friend says, it’s part of the the left wing indoctrination process.

    Yes, it’s often fake news (but the coupons are real).

    Actually the Los Angeles Times is the El Segundo Times, at least that is where they are headquartered these days (not in the city of Los Angeles).


 

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