How To Cancel Your New York Times Subscription
Cancel your New York Times Subscription
Canceling your own or someone elses subscriptions can be a hassle. For a smooth experience simply follow the guidelines below.
If you're doing it for your own account then of course log in ahead of time. But if you're doing it for someone else - maybe they've passed away or become incapacitated - then you might need to tackle it without a login or password.
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How to cancel your New York Times Subscription (WITHOUT PASSWORD):
1. If you have access to the registered email, you can reset the password here or select Forgot your password? in the New York Times login window. Enter the email and click on the reset button in the email.
How to cancel your Financial Times Subscription (WITH PASSWORD):
1. Call customer service at 866-273-3612 and have the information of the account ready.
2. Chat with a care advocate to cancel your subscription here.
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