Cancel New York Times subscriptions in a few easy steps

The New York Times is a New York City newspaper that boasts a worldwide readership, more than 100 Pulitzer Prizes, and nearly five million subscribers.   

Cancel New York Times efficiently with the DoNotPay app   

A fast and simple way to cancel your New York Times membership is with the help of DoNotPay. Our app allows you to successfully unsubscribe from any service in just a few clicks.  

  1. Open the DoNotPay app in your web browser or download it for free to any iOS device.
  2. Click on the option to “Find Hidden Money.”
  3. Type in “New York Times” to select the service you have decided to cancel.

You will receive an email from us as soon as your cancelation has been processed. 

How to unsubscribe from the New York Times on your own

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There are several ways you can unsubscribe from the New York Times manually.

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EmailYes
PhoneYes
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How to cancel the New York Times subscriptions online

  1. Go to the New York Times homepage and select the blue login button.
  2. Sign in to your account.
  3. Choose “My Account” in the top bar.
  4. Select “Cancel” listed as an option under “Purchase history.” This will open a new page.
  5. Request a chat with a customer care representative by clicking “Begin Chat.”
  6. State your wish to cancel the subscription to their service.
  7. Ask for proof of successful cancelation via email. 

How to cancel the New York Times over the phone

  1. Dial 800-591-9233 to get in touch with the New York Times customer service.
  2. Prepare all the relevant account information, including your name, address, and account number.
  3. Request membership cancelation.

How to cancel the New York Times via email

  1. Email customercare@newyorktimes.com with your request.
  2. Make sure to state your login credentials and billing info.

Potential problems you may face when canceling your New York Times subscriptions 

In some cases, users will subscribe to a service through a third party (e.g., iTunes). If you have used another site to sign up for the New York Times, make sure to cancel the automatic renewal of the membership manually. Follow the next steps:

  1. Log into the third party account.
  2. Go to Account Info.
  3. Find the Settings button.
  4. Select “Subscriptions” and choose “Manage.”
  5. Find the New York Times.
  6. Turn off the automatic renewal.

What will the New York Times charges look like in my credit card statement?

Here is how the New York Times charges will appear on your bank statement:

NYT NY TIMES SUBS 800-698-4637 NY: NY TIMES NATL SALES 800-698-4637 NY800-698-4637 NY
NY TIMES NATL SALES 800-698-4637 NYPayment to The New York Times Co.NEW YORK TIMES DIGITAL
NY TIMES NATL SALES 8006984637 NYTHE NEW YORK TIMES CONYT EBILLING 800-698-4637 NJ
NYT*NY TIMES SUBSNY TIMES NATL SALES 800-698-4637 NY 10018 USNYT*NY TIMES SUBS 800-698-4637 NY
NY TIMES NATL SALESNYT*NY TIMES SUBS 8006984637 NY

Does the New York Times offer prorated refunds on their cancelations?

No. When you unsubscribe from the New York Times, your cancelation comes into effect only when the whole billing cycle is over. During that time, you may access the newspaper and all the content available to subscribers. 

Can I pause my subscription to the New York Times?

You can’t put the digital format of the New York Times on hold. You may suspend the newspaper delivery through your account.

  1. Go to the New York Times homepage.
  2. Scroll down and click on “Help.”
  3. Under “Manage your subscription” choose “Suspend a delivery.” 

What services are acceptable New York Times alternatives?  

CompanyPricingBenefits
The Wall Street JournalDepends on the package, starting at $1 for the first two months
  • Unlimited access on any device
  • Free WSJ+ Premium membership that rewards subscribers with bonus offers and exclusive opportunities
The New Yorker$2 for the first three months; $99.99 for digital access after the first year 
  • Includes various categories such as humor & cartoons, fiction & poetry, and podcasts
  • Available on Android and iOS apps

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DoNotPay doesn’t let you spend dollars on unused memberships

In 2018, research showed that Americans generally underestimate the amount they spend on paid subscriptions. Yearly, such services cost them nearly $3,000. How much of this amount is wasted on unused memberships? With the help of DoNotPay, you can be sure that all your money is going towards the services you use regularly. If you connect your email and bank account to our app, we will automatically cancel any subscription you no longer use.

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The DoNotPay app has many more functions besides canceling subscriptions. Other benefits our users can expect include: