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All the information you'll need to cancel a NYTimes subscription.

Service: The New York Times is one of the world’s leading newspapers. The Times is accessible in many mediums including paper, web, and mobile apps. Members can have online accounts as well as physical subscriptions delivered to their house.

How To Delete An Account: The New York Times won’t let you delete your online account yourself. The best thing to do is to contact customer service and have them delete your account.

To cancel a physical subscription call: 1-800-NYTIMES

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NY Times official page on closing an account

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