Cancel LA Times subscription the easiest way
LA Times, or Los Angeles Times, is a California-based daily newsletter. It is published both in print and online, with a tier-based subscription service that offers readers exclusive content, home delivery, and access across all devices.
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- Select ‘LA Times’ as the service you want to cancel
Once your LA Times subscription has been canceled, you will receive immediate notification.
Cancel your LA Times subscription
LA Times offers readers a number of ways to manage their subscriptions. To cancel your LA Times subscription, you can do so in the following ways:
- Online form
Cancel LA Times by phone
To cancel your subscription by phone, call 1-800-88-TIMES or LA Times customer service on
Cancel LA Times by email
Email your subscription cancelation request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cancel LA Times via the online form
You can reach LA Times with any query, including feedback and cancelation requests, via the company’s online contact form.
Cancel LA Times by mail
Write to LA Times with your cancelation request at:
Los Angeles Times
2300 E Imperial Highway
El Segundo, CA 90245
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Can I pause my LA Times subscription instead of canceling it?
If you want to cancel the delivery of your paper while you’re on vacation, then yes, you can pause your subscription temporarily. All you need to do is request a ‘vacation stop’ online or call LA Times customer service on 1 (800) 252-9141.
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