- Can I get the USA Today delivered?
- Who is the editor of USA Today?
- Is USA Today still in print?
- What is the average cost of a newspaper subscription?
- How do I cancel my Florida Today subscription?
- How do I contact USA Today?
- How much is a subscription to USA Today?
- What time does USA Today get delivered?
- Who owns USA Today?
Can I get the USA Today delivered?
Although the majority of USA TODAY subscriptions are delivered either by carrier or same-day mail, some areas may be delivered by the US Postal Service on a delay.
If you have questions about how your subscription will be delivered, please call us at 1-800-872-0001 (M-F 8:00AM – 7:00PM ET)..
Who is the editor of USA Today?
Nicole Carroll (born 1967) is an American journalist. She is the editor-in-chief of USA Today in the United States.
Is USA Today still in print?
“Gannett has no plans to discontinue the print edition of USA TODAY, which remains an important part of our business. Gannett remains committed to high-quality journalism for the communities we serve and our ongoing digital transformation, and we are pleased to have found a like-minded partner in New Media.
What is the average cost of a newspaper subscription?
The average weekly price of a digital subscription for newspapers using a meter model is $2.97. For freemium models, the price increases to $3.52. And for newspapers using a hard model, the average price jumps to $4.43.
How do I cancel my Florida Today subscription?
If you decide to cancel your subscription, contact customer service at 877-424-0156.
How do I contact USA Today?
We can be reached at 1-800-872-0001 Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. ET. For feedback not related to your subscription or customer service, please click here.
How much is a subscription to USA Today?
USA TODAY’s e-Newspaper Subscription: $9.99 per month.
What time does USA Today get delivered?
Delivered by 5:30 a.m. ET daily. Read on your computer or download and take it with you. Features exclusive content. Learn More.
Who owns USA Today?
USA TodayUSA Today front page (2 February 2017)TypeDaily newspaperFormatBroadsheetOwner(s)GannettFounder(s)Al Neuharth13 more rows