Skip to comments.Starbucks gets frothy NY Times digital deal
Posted on 02/27/2013 5:46:16 PM PST by Lancey Howard
The New York Times and Starbucks are teaming up to give coffee drinkers a way to leap over the newspaper's digital paywall -- as long as beverages are savored in stores.
A partnership announced Wednesday will give Starbucks customers free digital access to 15 articles per day on NYTimes.com.
Customers who are logged into the Starbucks Digital Network in its US shops will be able to access up to three articles from five separate sections per day, including top news, business and technology.
The move comes with the US daily moving to tighten up its paywall...
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I’m waiting to see if the New York Times strikes a similar deal with Popeye’s Chicken.
No, I am not counting on it.
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I just hope that when the Slimes finally goes under their 100+ year old archives are preserved because it is,in fact,valuable.
I was in OKC last weekend painting murals for a play. We lived on STARBUCKS, Braums and Panera’s. Got so much caffeine we got three murals done in four days.
And I did not have to pay for the STARBUCKS or PANERA’S.
When I got back to NW Arkansas I collapsed from loss of sleep.
I still will not read the NY Slimes anyway.
Starbucks has free internet, and you can already scan all the FREE news websites.
Don’t anybody tell Bloomy how many calories are in one of them sugared up Venti’s...!!
He doesn't care, as long as it's under a litre.
I wonder if one of the articles they read will be one where the scolds and the NYT lambast readers for drinking large, high caloric beverages like Starbucks lattes.
I wonder if one of the articles Starbucks customers read will be one where the scolds at the NYT lambast readers for drinking large, high caloric beverages like Starbucks lattes.
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