A gift code recipient may not apply the gift to an existing subscription; it may be applied only to a new subscription or different subscription type. Gift codes require 24 hours from the time of purchase before they can be activated. The gift subscription period begins the day it is redeemed by the recipient. Does not apply to e-reader editions. Mobile apps are not supported on all devices. Other restrictions may apply. Offers and pricing are subject to change without notice.
Gift subscriptions are a way for you to give the gift of The New York Times. They are available for different access levels (e.g., digital news, home delivery, Cooking, Crossword) and for varying lengths of time.
For more information on the access provided in each package, see the Digital Subscriptions FAQ.
Yes. However, the gift needs to be for different products. For example, if someone has a Basic digital subscription to read the news, you could purchase a Cooking or Crossword gift for them, and vice versa.
For digital gifts (including news, Cooking and Crossword), you will be required to supply a recipient email address and date for the recipient to be informed of their gift during the purchase. An email containing a redemption code is sent to the recipient email address you provide on the date you specify. The email will also include a short gift message that you provide during the order process. Please note: access to the gift subscription will begin once the code is redeemed by the recipient. For Home Delivery gifts, you will be required to supply a recipient delivery address and delivery initiation date during the purchase.
Yes. After completing a gift purchase select the Buy Another Gift button.
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