The New York Times Student Deal

Off Duty

Long time, no talk! I am writing this week to tell you all about The New York Times student deal. I am actually a collegiate representative for The New York Times on my campus at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. My job is to make sure that all college students are aware of the amazing deal students have.

Keep in mind this is all for a digital subscription. If you are interested in receiving a physical copy of the paper, leave a comment and I will give you the discount code for that. This post is all in regards to our digital subscription that you can access on your phone, computer or tablet.

First of all, your first for weeks are FREE. Yes, completely free! After that, the price is $4 per month. That is less than the price of a grande sized espresso drink at Starbuck’s. All you need to do is head over to this link and sign up with an .edu email address (you can attend ANY university and use this link).

nytimes.com/college31

Reasons to Sign Up (besides the fact that it’s super cheap)

  • The New York Times has some of the best writers in the country
  • It is important to stay updated with a new President in power
  • This is a great resource for papers when you need a credible source
  • Stay updated on current events by turning on notifications on your device
  • By signing up for this, you have unlimited access to the site as well as access to archive articles
  • Some cool things that NYT besides daily news, include a Well section, recipes and more

What are you waiting for? Go to nytimes.com/college31 now!

xx,

Kelsey Knepler

(This post is sponsored by The New York Times)

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