Is The New York Times 50% OFF military and veteran discount available if I am currently a New York Times subscriber?
Yes, The New York Times is proud to honor the men and women who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces. Their military deal is offered to new and current NYTimes subscribers. Special discounted prices are available for active duty service members, veterans and their family members enrolled in VetRewards.
Do I need a coupon code or military ID to access The New York Times military discount? No coupon code is required. As a VetRewards subscriber, you are eligible to save 50% off your digital Basic, All Access or Home delivery subscription for 52 weeks. To learn how to redeem your discount on a new or current subscription go to the Military Discount Marketplace.
Does the NYTimes military discount apply to Home delivery?
Yes, when enrolled in VetRewards, you can enjoy your special discounted 50% off a 52-week Home Delivery subscription whether you are a new or current NYTimes subscriber.
Does the NYT offer include the e-reader additions?
No. Unfortunately, The New York Times does not offer military discounts on the e-reader and mobile apps. You can use your special discounted NYTimes digital subscriptions with the NYTimes app or on nytimes.com