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How much is a subscription to USA TODAY?

How much is a subscription to USA TODAY?

Whether it’s news from around the corner or around the world. for 6 months, then $9.99/month. Cancel anytime.

How do I cancel USA TODAY subscription?

You can cancel your USA TODAY subscription online within Account Management. Or, you can cancel by calling Customer Service at 1-800-872-0001 and saying, “discontinue delivery”.

Do you have to pay for USA TODAY online?

USA TODAY has always been free.

How can I read newspapers without paying?

Nonetheless, we’re confident that at least one of the tricks below should grant you access to content that requires a subscription.

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How do I unsubscribe from Gannett newspaper?

To cancel your subscription: Contact customer service at 1-800-872-0001.

Does USA Today still print?

Founded by Al Neuharth on September 15, 1982, USA Today operates from Gannett’s corporate headquarters in Tysons, Virginia. Its newspaper is printed at 37 sites across the United States and at five additional sites internationally.

Is USA TODAY no longer free?

Much of the content on USA TODAY will still be free. But you’ll find a selection of stories each day marked “subscriber only.” These will be exclusive investigations, sophisticated visual explainers, thought-provoking takes on the news and immersive storytelling.

How much does a newspaper cost today 2022?

Buying power of $8.00 since 1997

Year USD Value Inflation Rate
2019 $15.04 6.63%
2020 $15.86 5.49%
2021 $16.52 4.17%
2022 $17.05 3.17%*

Why are newspaper subscriptions so expensive?

The biggest cost in publishing a newspaper is paying people to research, report, and edit the news. That’s the same whether you read us on paper or online. Print advertising, however, makes a huge contribution to supporting those costs. Traditionally newspapers got 80% of their revenue from print ads.