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How often can I read the Washington Post for free?
- It limits the number of free Post articles nonsubscribers get to read to 10 per month. However, you may be eligible for a free digital subscription to the Post without even knowing it.
Can Amazon Prime members read Washington Post free?
But did you know Amazon Prime members also get a free month’s Washington Post digital subscription? Your digital subscription gives you unlimited access to all WashingtonPost.com articles, plus access to all the news via any supported device like a smartphone, tablet, or laptop.
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How much does a digital subscription to The Washington Post cost?
Is The Washington Post app free?
It’s free and subscribers enjoy unlimited access. Be sure you log in to your account just like you do on washingtonpost.com. You will find the Print Edition at the bottom of the screen.
Where can I read free articles?
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Can I read the Washington Post offline?
Get fresh perspectives on the world from Post bloggers. Save articles for offline reading in My Post. Free to download, subscribers enjoy unlimited access.
Can I read the Washington Post on my Kindle?
The Washington Post eReader edition is available on both the Amazon Kindle and the Barnes & Noble nook. Our eReader edition will be delivered wirelessly to your device as soon as you purchase.
How many Washington Post articles can I read for free?
Washington Post subscribers can gift up to 10 articles a month to anyone who does not have a subscription. As the recipient of a gift article, you can read it for free for up to 14 days, without having to subscribe to or sign into The Post.
How do I change my subscription to The Washington Post?
You can manage your subscription online by signing in to your Account Profile and updating your delivery address under “My subscriptions.” You can also call 202-334-6100 to use our automated telephone service or to speak with a customer service representative.
How much is the Washington Post paper?
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.
Is Washington Post free on Apple news?
If you purchased a Washington Post subscription through Apple News, you also have unlimited access on washingtonpost.com, The Washington Post Select app (blue icon) and The Washington Post app (black icon). Please note that at this time access to Washington Post content is not included in an Apple News+ subscription.
What is the best free news app?
All of these news apps are free to download on Android and Apple devices, although some have premium, paid versions available.
- Apple News. Apple’s news service keeps iPhone and iPad users fully informed on current affairs.
- Google News.
- The Week.
- 7. Yahoo News.
- 8. News Break.
How much does the Washington Post app cost?
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