How Much Do Newspapers Cost?

A newspaper subscription is a type of business model where a customer must pay a fee to get newspapers on a daily basis.  The price for a newspaper subscription varies depending on the type of newspaper, the geographical location and the number of issues needed throughout the week.

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How much is it?

NewspaperCost for 7 day delivery
Baltimore Sun$4.50 per week
Bay City Times$14 per month
Hartford Courant$4 per week
Houston Chronicle$5.75 per week
Orlando Sun Sentinel$25 per month
Pittsburgh Post Gazette$6.25 per week
Plain Dealer$3.50 per week
Springfield Republican$24 per month
Star Tribune$7.50 per week for physical and digital, or $3.79 per week for digital access.
Star-Ledger$3.50 per week
USA Today$25 per month
Washington Post$12/week or $89 per year for physical or $10 per month for digital version.
Wilmington News Journal$18.50 per month
Wisconsin State Journal$4.50~ per week

What is going to be included?

What are the extra costs?

How can I save money?


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Average Reported Cost: $2

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How much did you spend?

Was it worth it?  

  1. Ben Goff (Dallas,  Texas) paid $2 and said:

    $100

    Was it worth it? Yes

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