How much does the Washington Post newspaper cost?
Effective Dec. 13, the newsstand price for its Sunday paper will go from $1.50 to $2 in Washington. Its daily paper will cost $1 outside of Washington, up from the current 75 cents.
How much does it cost to subscribe to the Washington Post?
A digital subscription to the Post normally costs $9.99 a month, but Prime users will be able to get it for $3.99 after the free six months.
Is The Washington Post free with Amazon Prime?
Six months of digital access is now available to Amazon Prime members. The Washington Post is currently offering six free months of digital access to Amazon Prime members. Normally, Washington Post subscriptions start at $9.99 per month. …
How do I get a free subscription to the Washington Post?
Go to WashingtonPost.com.
Here’s how to redeem your free trial using Amazon Prime:
- Follow this link.
- Click “Log in with Amazon”
- Log in with your Amazon Prime account.
- Click “Okay” once you confirmed your information.
- Select a card to use for payment when your trial expires.
- Click “Start my subscription”
- That’s it!
Can I get the Washington Post delivered to my house?
All readers of The Washington Post website or apps have access to a limited number of articles every month, and can sign up for newsletters delivered directly through email. All home delivery subscriptions include a Premium Digital Subscription. …
Is The Washington Post free online?
Activate your complimentary subscription to The Washington Post. Members of the military and government employees with verified email addresses are eligible for free digital access to The Washington Post. The provided email address does not qualify for a free subscription.
Do Prime members get Washington Post?
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