Please keep in mind that, while newspaper subscription costs for your zipcode are displayed, there is a very small chance that your particular address is not serviced by the Washington Post. This is most common in relatively remote places. If this is the case with your address, you will be notified by mail.
The Washington Post news site is free and accessible to everyone. However, if you want to read the paper itself, you will need to subscribe. There are two options: digital only for $24.99 a month or print plus digital for $29.99 a month.
Both options include delivery to all addresses within the Washington D.C. metro area and some nearby states. If you live outside of this region, you will be charged extra for shipping.
Digital access includes use of the iPad app, iPhone app, Android app, and web-based version. Print subscribers receive the same content but in print form. It's up to you which option suits you best.
If you decide to cancel your subscription, you will be charged immediately, even if you haven't started reading the paper yet. In order to avoid being charged, you should cancel before you start your subscription period.
A digital membership to the Washington Post normally costs $9.99 per month. A print subscription is $14.99 per month.
The price of a print subscription depends on where you live and whether you want access to the digital edition online as well as through a web browser. The base rate for a print subscription is $15 per month regardless of location but additional charges may apply for online access. There are also discounts available for multiple subscriptions at once.
In addition to its print and online publications, the Washington Post has applications for smartphones and tablets. These can be downloaded from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store for free. They include the Washington Post news app which provides access to over 1,000 articles a day along with videos, podcasts, and local stories about what's happening in your area. There is also an audio version of the newspaper available via iTunes University.
Subscriptions are still the most common way to obtain the Washington Post. However, sales of individual articles on the website have increased since 2011 when Amazon began selling ads alongside article headlines. These "sponsored posts" need to be disclosed to readers as such advertising is visible through an icon next to each article.
Alternatively, your local newsagent may deliver your newspaper right to your door (this may incur additional costs payable to the newsagent). Simply go to Bring My Newspaper and enter your postcode to find a nearby newsagent that will deliver your newspaper right to your door.
In addition to delivering newspapers, some newsagents sell The Times digital edition online. You can read the full article by visiting bringmypaper.com and searching for your postcode.
The daily circulation of the newspaper is roughly 699,000. The Washington Post Company owns it. The anticipated ad rate for the newspaper is $807.00. Estimated advertising rates are generally based on a column inch of black and white advertising space. The more color, the higher the rate.
The estimated cost of a full-page advertisement in the Washington Post is $120,000. A quarter-page ad costs $60,000; a half-page ad costs $30,000.
Advertising in the Washington Post is priced according to size, with discounts given for larger ads. Rates are also subject to change depending on the publication date of the ad.
To calculate your advertising budget please follow these steps: First, determine how much you want to spend by adding up all your projected ad costs. Next, divide that number by the expected number of readers. For example, if you plan to run an ad for $10,000 and expect 1 million readers, your ad rate is $0.10 per reader. Finally, multiply your desired amount by your ad rate to find out how many readers you need. In this case, you would need 10,000 readers to cover your ad costs.