The New York Times Co. offers Nov. 28-29 deal on digital subscriptions, giving all new subscribers 50% off on 26 weeks of any New York Times digital packages

NEW YORK , November 23, 2011 (press release) – The New York Times announced today that it would offer an exclusive Cyber Monday deal on digital subscriptions. From 12AM EST on Monday, November 28, until 6AM EST on Tuesday, November 29, all new subscribers will save 50% on 26 weeks of any of The Times's various digital subscription packages. In addition, 12- and 26-week gift subscriptions will be available at the same 50% savings. The Times began offering gift digital subscriptions earlier this week.

The 50% savings will extend to each of The Times’s digital packages: and Smartphone App; and Tablet App; and All Digital Access (unlimited access to plus smartphone and tablet apps). More information about gift subscriptions is available here: Please check on Monday for the Cyber Monday offering.

Yasmin Namini, senior vice president, marketing and circulation, and general manager, reader applications, The New York Times Media Group, said, “We’re very excited to make this special offer in time for the holiday gift-giving season. Readers can now easily share their passion for the essential reporting and enriching analysis that comes only from The Times, and they can do it at a significantly reduced rate on Cyber Monday.”

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