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Friday, June 28, 2013

A Personal Finance Tip for the Professoriate: NY Times Educator Rate

This sort of thing drives me crazy, wasting thousands of dollars simply by choosing a higher price over a lower price.  In the spirit of an earlier post, where I directed readers to a website where you can find unclaimed and lost assets, I point out that teachers and students can get digital and home delivery subscriptions to The New York Times at about half the regular rate.  

Posted by Jack Chin on June 28, 2013 at 06:08 AM | Permalink

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A quick note - down in the fine print, it notes that professors should subscribe through the college rate page. The prices are the same (at least for now), so I'm not sure if they really care, but you'll probably be less likely to be bumped out if you do it that way.

Posted by: Charles Paul Hoffman | Jun 28, 2013 8:13:39 AM

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