New York Times
Now you can access The New York Times online for free! You will need to create a free account at NYTimes.com. Within the Library, logging in to that account will give you free access. If you see ads suggesting you subscribe to a paid account. Just ignore them!
Away from the Library, you will still need an account, but you must use our special access link to redeem a code for 72 hours of free access. You may use the special link again every time your 3-day "subscription" has expired.
Use the Library Access link to create an account or log in from a Library computer or WiFi. Use the Remote Access link when you are away from the Library.
At the Library, use this link or go to https://nytimes.com/account to create an account or log in. Once logged in, you will have unlimited access while at the Library.
Away from the Library, on any device, use this link (https://cityoflafayette.com/NYT) to access a code for a renewable 72-hour subscription. You will be prompted to create or log in to an account.
Can I Use an App?
- Yes! But first, create an account at https://NYTimes.com/register.
- Download the free New York Times app from Google Play, Amazon Appstore or iTunes.
- If you use your app at the Library, once you have logged in you are all set!
- If you use your app away from the Library, you will still occasionally have to go to the Remote Access link in a browser (/NYT) in order to renew your gift subscription using the Library's special access code.
- Read the daily edition, and all online-only articles
- Access to articles from 1851-1923, and 1980-today
- Access Spanish and Chinese language editions of the Times
- Watch videos and listen to podcasts
- Personalize your account settings and features
- Receive email newsletters and notifications on your phone, including the Morning and Evening Briefing
- Utilize The New York Times mobile apps for phones and tablets
- Explore education resources like Learning Network, including Lesson Plans for teachers
- Take advantage of closed captioning, audio podcasts, increased type size, and more accessibility features