Like most people I read the NY Times on my ipad (and sometimes iphone) and on my home computer. The prices they are charging may seem high but there is a much better unadvertised deal below that you can get if you call the NY Times directly at 800-698-4637 (you have to navigate to the option to renew/cancel/suspend your account and then wait for the system to ask for your account number and then hold on the line until it connects you to an operator). The website does not offer this, but an unadvertised subscription option is the Sunday only paper (you can choose to have half of it delivered on Saturday which is what I do and is quite nice). For the first 12 weeks it is $2.50/issue ($10/month) and then after that it is $5/issue or $20/month. Included for ALL home delivery subscribers (including this subscription model - I confirmed), you get full digital access to the paper online, on the iphone and most importantly for me, the ipad as well. Basically, the best of all worlds. Unless you are only reading the ny times on an iphone only I really do not see how this is not the way to go as you can save a massive amount of money and get the sunday edition delivered as well. Thought I would share. Edit: There is actually an even better deal! You can get the large print edition (a once-weekly summary of the newspaper in large print) for $1.65/week. I just confirmed with the staff at the New York Times that this edition also receives full digital access. That comes out to $85.80/year or $7.15/month. They also confirmed that this is THE CHEAPEST way to get the digital subscription and that she personally (the operator) was changing over to this subscription model (as are many of the staff). Also edited the title of the thread to reflect this.