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Partner Spotlight: NYTimes has a great new college rate for Digital Subscriptions!

ADP’s founding partner, The New York Times, has a new college rate for digital subscriptions. Now you can read The Times on your smartphone, tablet or computer at a lower, college rate!

– Jen Domagal-Goldman, National Manager, American Democracy Project

NYT In College

Get a New York Times Digital Subscription at our new college rate!

Just 99 cents for your first 4 weeks, then 50% off the regular rate thereafter.

We invite you to take advantage of this new rate, available exclusively to college educators and students.  Get a Digital Subscription to The New York Times, bringing you the world’s finest journalism, and you’ll pay only 99c for your first 4 weeks and, at 50% off, as little as $1.88 per week thereafter.*

You’ll be entitled to your special low rate as long as you continue to have a college affiliation as a faculty or staff member.

SUBSCRIBE HERE

Home Delivery subscriptions are also available at 50% off for the college community and include FREE All Digital Access.   Just visit NYTimes.com/CollegeRate or call (888)698-2655.

Share the savings: Share this offer with other students, faculty, and staff.

*Does not include e-reader editions, Premium Crosswords or The New York Times Crosswords apps. All subscriptions will automatically renew and the credit card will be charged in advance of each billing period unless canceled. If the subscription is canceled, refunds and termination of access will follow the Terms of Sale policy. Prices are subject to change. Other restrictions and taxes may apply. K-12 educators are eligible for a discounted rate and may visit NYTimes.com/TeacherRate or call (888)698-2655.

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