We provide a variety of great-value membership packages based on how long you want to access the site. Our smallest bundle is one month and costs PS12.95 each month. The 12-month membership, which costs PS79.95, is our best value choice. It includes access to all of our online features, with no limit on the number of articles you can view.
Our most expensive package is five years. This package costs PS199.90 each year and gives you access to every article from the last 125 years. If you only need reading material for a few months or years then the weekly or monthly bundles are also good choices.
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For the first month of a Standard Digital or Premium Digital membership, an introductory offer of EUR1 is available. Following that, the pricing are as follows: EUR12 per month for standard digital. Premium Digital costs €16 per month. These prices are subject to change.
A monthly in-app membership (paid using your Apple ID/iTunes or Google account) costs $5.99. Some clients are grandfathered in at the yearly charge of $59.99. You may also subscribe through Amazon using a compatible Kindle device. The New York Times is available everywhere apps are sold, and online at nytimes.com.
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The New York Times has been free for most Apple users during their first month with an app, but those who want to read more than 20 articles per month should consider a paid subscription. It's a great deal if you love the newspaper work of the New York Times, but if you don't then it might not be for you.
(A current online offer is 99 cents for the first month and $2 per week after that, for a total annual cost of roughly $100.)
The Los Angeles Times is one of the largest daily newspapers in the United States. It has won more than 70 awards from organizations such as the National Academy of Sciences, the American Medical Association, and the Online News Association.
It was founded on March 17, 1881 by Edwin A. Merrick and Henry Hamilton Bell. The paper originally focused on local news around Los Angeles but now covers California and beyond. It is published each day except for two days per week when there is no paper delivered; these are Sunday and some holidays. The print edition is 8½ inches by 11 inches, and it costs $3.50 per copy. About 1.9 million copies are printed each weekday.
The paper is owned by Tribune Publishing which also owns the Chicago Tribune and San Diego Union-Tribune. Its headquarters is in Los Angeles, California.
It has been described as "the nation's second-most widely read newspaper after The New York Times".
According to the Alliance for Audited Media, the paper had 2.52 million digital subscribers as of December 31, 2016.