New York Times – Access Outside of Library

To read and access the New York Times from home, be sure to read through this start up guide. If you have never used this service through the library start with ‘Accessing the New York Times for the First Time’ and follow the steps. If your access has lapsed and you wish to regain access, click on ‘Returning Users’ and follow the steps.

Accessing the New York Times for the First Time

1) Let us begin by navigating to the New York Times Library Access page by following this link.

2) Here you will see a page with a pre-typed code. From here click on ‘Redeem’ which will navigate you to the New York Times account page.

3) On the New York Times account page, you will be presented with a few options to create your account. Here you can use your Facebook or Google account or you are welcome to provide your email and a password.

NYT - Login Page

4) Once your account is all sorted out, you will be taken to a success screen which will tell you when the access will expire. Here you can click on ‘Continue’.

NYT - Confirm Account

5) You will now be asked what topics you would like to be sent to your e-mail every morning. If you do not wish to get an email, just click on ‘Save and Continue’.

NYT - Select Briefings

6) You will now be asked if you wish to add your phone number so you can get a link to download the app. This is optional and you may click on ‘Start Reading the Times’, if you do not wish to add your number.

NYT - Get the App

7) You will now be taken to the New York Times page and can start reading the latest news!

Returning Users

If you have read through your 3 day access, you are welcome to redeem again with the following steps:

1) Click navigate  begin by navigating to the New York Times Library Access page by following this link.

2) Click on ‘Redeem’ and, instead of creating an account, click on ‘Log In’.

NYT - Login Page3

3) Here, click on the Google or Facebook if you used that before or enter in your login details with the same details you created before.

NYT - Login Page2

4) You now have 72 more hours!