If you are an LA Times subscriber and are going out of town or on vacation, it may be possible that you would like to place a hold on your subscription. This article will assist you in doing exactly that. It's definitely not a requirement to have the LA Times delivered to your home while you're not there for an extended period.
In this article, we're going to help you put a vacation hold on your LA Times paper account.
Before we begin with our guide, please be certain to have LA times account login information available. This consists of the email address and password that you specified when creating your account.
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1) If you have indeed located the email address and password that will allow you to log in to your LA times account, skip to step #2 below. If you're not able to recall the email address that was used when you registered for your LA Times account, we're going to help you now. Something that might work is to go to your email account and search it for "latimes.com" or "LA Times." You may have a lot of different email accounts that are simply being forwarded to your "main" email account. If you're able to find an email that the LA Times sent you, you can look carefully at the email to find out which email address of yours it was sent to. When you find that out, you'll be able to either login to your LA Times account or do a password reset.
2) If you're here at step #2, we will assume you have the login information for your LA Times account. Very good. You'll want to head over to the LA Times website. Take a look at the website and find the "Log In" button in the upper right-hand corner of the web page.
3) After you click "Log In", a pop-up box will appear. There will be text fields for your email address and password. Enter your email address and password into those fields. After you do that, click the big blue "Log In" button below the email address and password text fields. Alternatively, you can log in with your Facebook, Twitter, Yahoo! or Google account. You can also reset your password, activate your account as a print subscriber, or register for a new account.
4) Now you will be logged into your LA Times account. There will be a big text box that appears on your screen that says "Going on Vacation? Stop and restart delivery anytime." Under that text box, you will see a blue button that says "Vacation Stop." Click that blue button.
5) You'll now be taken to the "Vacation Stop" page. You're going to select your subscription on the page. If you only have a single LA Times subscription, that subscription will be chosen automatically for you. Then, you'll select the date you'd like to start the vacation hold Next, you'll choose the date you'd like to resume your LA Times subscription. After that, just click "submit".
6) That's all you must do! You're done!
7) If you're still having a bit of trouble placing a vacation hold on your LA Times account, we can help you speak with a human in their customer service department. You can click here in order to speak to a human at the LA Times directly.
After thousands of LA Times customers came to GetHuman in search of an answer to this problem (and many others), we decided it was time to publish instructions. So we put together How Do I Place a Vacation Hold on My La Times Account? to try to help. It takes time to get through these steps according to other users, including time spent working through each step and contacting LA Times if necessary. Best of luck and please let us know if you successfully resolve your issue with guidance from this page.
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