How do I change my New York Times subscription?

A simple 3 step guide for solving this common New York Times problem quickly and effectively by GetHuman

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You have two options to get a digital subscription. You are entitled to a free digital subscription on your current plan. Below is a step by step guide to get your free digital subscription. Below that is a link to where you can see pricing information for a digital subscription only should you want to cancel your current plan.
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Click this link and fill in your information:
https://myaccount.nytimes.com/link/homedelivery
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Follow the online process to get your digital subscription. This is the link where you can view the various different pricing plans for digital subscriptions: http://www.nytimes.com/subscriptions/Multiproduct/lp5558.html
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Author: The GetHuman Team • January 15th, 2016

About this Step by Step Guide

After thousands of New York Times customers came to GetHuman in search of an answer to this problem, along with others, we decide it was high time to publish instructions. Here are just a few examples of the types of questions we were being asked or problems reported by users like you: How do I change my New York Times subscription?; Need to change the credit card number to charge my New York Times Book Review subscription; Am not receiving digital version of NY TIMES for * days; How do I subscribe to NYT digital editions?; Although I got Saturdays paper today, I did not get todays paper!; I am a digital subscriber and want copies of Nov **,** and Dec *.... So we put together this guide to try to help. It has 3 step(s) to it. It takes an average of 16 minutes to get through these steps according to other users, including time spent working through each step and contacting New York Times. And we tried to include a checklist of information you'll need when you try to fix this yourself. Best of luck and please let us know if you successfully resolve your issue with this.

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