How to Unsubscribe From New York Times Emails

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How to Stop Getting Emails from New York Times: 3 Methods

Being one of the most respected newspapers in the world, The New York Times has no reason to employ shady tricks to keep its subscribers from leaving. In fact, it provides several unsubscribe methods to make unsubscribing easy on all devices.

1. How to unsubscribe from the New York Times newsletter on mobile

If you have the New York Times mobile app installed on your Android or iOS device, then you can follow the steps below to unsubscribe from newsletters:

  1. Launch the mobile app.
  2. Tap the user icon in the top-right corner.
  3. Select Account Settings.
  4. Scroll down and tap View All under Newsletters.
  5. Scroll all the way to the bottom and tap Manage subscriptions under Your Current Subscriptions.
  6. Tap the Remove option next to each subscription you no longer want to receive.

While you’re at it, you should also consider opting out from receiving updates about the latest New York Times events, special offers, products, and articles by tapping the relevant option under Updates and special offers on the subscription management page.

2. How to stop emails from The New York Times in a browser

The good news is that you don’t need to have the New York Times app installed on your mobile device just to unsubscribe from newsletters—your web browser is enough:

  1. Open your web browser and enter the following URL: www.nytimes.com
  2. Log in to your account.
  3. Click Account in the top-right corner and select the Account option from the drop-down menu.
  4. Go to the Email and settings tab.
  5. Click View all under Newsletters.
  6. Scroll all the way to the bottom and tap Manage subscriptions under Your Current Subscriptions.
  7. Click the Remove option next to each subscription you no longer want to receive.

The Emails and Settings tab also contains a button that lets you opt out from receiving updates and special offers about the latest New York Times events, special offers, product updates, and article recommendations, so make sure to click it as well if you’re not interested in them.

3. Unsubscribe from New York Times newsletter in your email providers

Just like all other senders of subscription emails and newsletters, New York Times is required by law to include an unsubscribe link in all messages. This link is located at the very bottom, and it says “Unsubscribe.”

  1. Go to your inbox and open any NYT subscription message.
  2. Scroll down and find the unsubscribe link. Click on the link.
  3. Click the View all button next to the Find newsletters heading.
  4. Choose which types of messages you want to stop.

How to Stop The New York Times Emails with Clean Email

Clean Email is a popular inbox cleaner that works with all major mail providers, devices, and platforms. Its Unsubscriber feature can effortlessly prevent newsletters and other marketing messages from arriving in your inbox—even if the sender doesn’t provide an unsubscribe link.

In addition to making subscription management straightforward, this app provides a whole host of other features intended to make it easy for you to keep your inbox clean and well organized. You can use these features to get rid of thousands and thousands of unnecessary messages in one go, automate common tasks, and more.

Clean Email is a universal inbox cleaner, which means that the techniques described below can be used to unsubscribe not just from The NYT but all other websites as well.

How to Unsubscribe from New York Times Emails in Clean Email

Unsubscribing from New York Times emails in Clean Email is a matter of a single click:

  1. Go to: https://app.clean.email/
  2. Sign in with your mail account.
  3. Select the Unsubscriber feature from the left pane.
  4. Find The New York Times in the list of active subscriptions.
  5. Click the Unsubscribe button next to your NYT subscription.
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Of course, the app can help you easily stop getting emails from Reddit, unsubscribe from Netflix emails, and other unwanted messages coming from LinkedIn, Quora, Medium, etc.

How to block emails from a specific domain in Clean Email

The NYT doesn’t send only newsletters. It also sends subscription purchase confirmations, password change updates, and other kinds of messages. To prevent them from reaching your inbox, you can use Clean Email’s block feature, which ensures that no emails from The New York Times domain will ever end up in your inbox.

  1. Open the app and sign in with your mail account.
  2. Select your Inbox from the list of options on the left.
  3. Select the search box and type in “nytimes.com.”
  4. Select all emails from The NYT and click Block.
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This option also works to stop Twitch emails, turn off notifications from Wish, eBay, and more.

Move The NY Times email notifications to a dedicated “Read Later” folder

If you don’t want notifications from The NYT newspaper to distract you from work without getting rid of them entirely, then you can use Clean Email’s Read Later feature to automatically move them to a dedicated folder.

  1. Open the app and sign in with your mail account.
  2. Select the Unsubscriber feature from the left pane.
  3. Find The New York Times in the list of active subscriptions.
  4. Click the Read Later button next to your NYT newsletters.
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Set an automatic rule to stop the NY Times emails

What’s great about Clean Email is that you can configure it to automatically perform just about any action using the Auto Clean feature.

Let’s say you want to label all messages from The New York Times accordingly when they arrive. This is what you need to do:

  1. Open the app and sign in with your mail account.
  2. Select any message from The NYT.
  3. Check the box for "Selected and Future Similar Emails."
  4. Click the Label button and create the desired label.
  5. Choose to apply the same action to all future similar emails.

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Still Have Questions?

How do I stop getting emails from The New York Times?

You can stop getting emails from The New York Times by clicking the unsubscribe link that comes with them, opting out through The NYT mobile app or website, or using a third-party inbox cleaner like Clean Email.

Why do I still get emails from The New York Times?

The New York Times doesn’t send only subscription messages. It also sends all kinds of notifications, and the only way to stop them from reaching your inbox is to block the entire domain name from which they are sent.

How do I change my New York Times email?

To change your New York Times email address:
1. Go to: www.nytimes.com
2. Log in to your account.
3. Click Account in the top-right corner and select the Account option from the drop-down menu.
4. Click Update next to your mail address.
5. Click the Edit button and enter a new mail address and your current password.

How can the Unsubscriber from Clean Email turn off the NY Times newsletter?

The app’s Unsubscriber feature automatically stops all newsletter emails from any sender before they reach your inbox regardless of whether the sender makes it possible to unsubscribe or not.

Does the Clean Email app support multiple accounts?

Yes, with this app, you can manage multiple accounts with ease. It works with all major email services, including Gmail, Outlook, Yahoo, iCloud, and others.

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