- Do Amazon Prime members get Washington Post?
- What is Washington Post Premium?
- Is Washington Post free on Kindle?
- How do I cancel Washington Post on Kindle?
- How many devices can you have on the Washington Post?
- Can I read Washington Post for free?
- Can I share my Washington Post subscription?
- How much is a Washington Post subscription?
- How much does a Washington Post digital subscription cost?
- How do I get my free Washington Post on Amazon Prime?
- Is The Washington Post free for Prime members?
- Does the Washington Post have coupons?
Get The Washington Post on a Kindle or Android device.
You can access The Washington Post on your smartphone or tablet by either visiting the website on your device’s browser, or by downloading The Washington Post Select app or The Washington Post (formerly Classic) app.
Do Amazon Prime members get Washington Post?
There’s one other way to qualify for a free subscription: If you are an Amazon Prime member and don’t already have a Washington Post digital subscription, you’re eligible for a six-month trial. Log in with your Amazon Prime account.
What is Washington Post Premium?
The Washington Post offers two digital subscription packages to meet our readers’ preferences. In addition to content access, you can download an unlimited number of top-rated e-books from Pulitzer prize-winning journalists at The Washington Post. All home delivery subscriptions include a Premium Digital Subscription.
Is Washington Post free on Kindle?
If you want it delivered to your kindle, you’ll need to subscribe through Amazon at: https://www.amazon.com/Washington-Post-Kindle-Ad-Free/dp/B000HC48T0 . It is 11.99/month, and doesn’t include the website, but you can access the subscription from the Kindle Cloud Reader.
How do I cancel Washington Post on Kindle?
On your Kindle, go to “Manage subscriptions” then select “Subscription Settings” on the right hand side. Here you should be able to see your subscription to the Washington Post. Click the “Action” button and then click “Cancel Subscription” and a message will pop up confirming your selection.
How many devices can you have on the Washington Post?
NEW: You can now send a 30-day digital pass to a friend or family member every month. NEW: You can now download top-rated e-books from Pulitzer Prize-winning journalists at The Washington Post. You still have unlimited access to washingtonpost.com on any device and on ALL Washington Post apps.
Can I read Washington Post for free?
Washington Post offers free access to users who are Amazon Prime members, meaning people who bought the Amazon Prime subscription. Also, you can have unlimited access if you have .edu, .mil/, or .gov email. You will be able to get your free subscription after the email is verified.
Can I share my Washington Post subscription?
Your Premium subscription includes a Bonus subscription. You can share your Bonus subscription with up to one other reader. Go to your Account Profile page to have a message sent to the person you would like to share your Bonus subscription with.
How much is a Washington Post subscription?
A digital subscription to the Post normally costs $9.99 a month, but Prime users will be able to get it for $3.99 after the free six months. The publisher has had a metered paywall on its site since June 2013.
How much does a Washington Post digital subscription cost?
A Washington Post digital subscription typically costs $9.99/month.
How do I get my free Washington Post on Amazon Prime?
Just visit the Prime Student page and click on the yellow “Start Your 6-Month Trial” button. If you have a Prime membership and you want to take advantage of the Washington Post free trial, you’ll be able to use your Amazon log-in credentials to access the Washington Post site.
Is The Washington Post free for Prime members?
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As a result, all Prime members are eligible for a free digital subscription for 6 months, a savings of about $60 a year. The most important news stories of the day, curated by Post editors and delivered every morning.
Does the Washington Post have coupons?
Free Coupons From The Washington Post. The Washington Post offers free inserts to non-subscribers.