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The East Bay Times is a daily print and digital newspaper. The print version is available to residents of two San Francisco Bay area counties—Contra Costa and Alameda while the digital version is available to anyone who subscribes.

Ways To Cancel East Bay Times Membership

To cancel your East Bay Times subscription, choose one of the following options:

Can You Cancel WithYes/No
In PersonNo
East Bay Times Website Yes

Cancel East Bay Times Subscription Over the Phone

The East Bay Times recommends contacting their customer support over the phone to manage your subscription. Dial 1-800-598-4637 and ask the representative to cancel your membership.

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Cancel East Bay Times Subscription Online

Another way of managing your subscription is through the East Bay Times website. After logging in to your account, click on the My account option and cancel your subscription online.

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Can I Pause My East Bay Times Subscription?

You can contact the East Bay Times customer support at 1-800-598-4637 and talk with them about a potential vacation hold.

Will I Get a Prorated Refund After Canceling East Bay Times?

The East Bay Times doesn’t offer a refund. Once you cancel your membership, you’ll have access to your paid subscription benefits until the billing cycle is over.

Does the East Bay Times Offer a Free Trial Period?

Anyone can read the articles on the East Bay Times website but users who aren’t subscribed have a monthly limit on how many articles they can read. When you reach that limit, your only option will be to log in if you have an account or subscribe.

The East Bay Times doesn’t offer a free trial of the paid membership.

East Bay Times Alternatives You Might Like

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San Francisco Chronicle

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  • Event and store discounts for members
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  • iOS and Android apps

The Epoch Times

  • Digital version—$16 a month
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  • Print version—$39 for three months
  • Multi-language newspaper
  • Variety of topics

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