Home Delivery and Premium Digital subscriptions include 2 ways to share your subscription, which are free of charge to you and your recipients.
- Share a bonus subscription. You can share your bonus subscription with up to one other reader, providing the recipient with a free digital subscription to The Washington Post for the duration of your own subscription. Go to your Account Profile page to have a message sent to the person you would like to share your Bonus subscription with. That person will be sent an email message and will need to click through it to activate their access. Only the primary account holder will be able to view and edit the full range of account details, such as billing and subscription information.
- Share a 30-day digital pass. Each month, you have the ability to give one person a 30-day unlimited digital pass to The Post, including our apps. This code is available in your account, under the “My subscriptions” tab. The recipient of your 30-day pass will simply need to click on the link you send and provide an email address and a password to activate their 30 days of unlimited access to The Post. One 30-day pass may be shared each month with anyone you like, including someone who has already received a 30-day pass in previous months.
All-access digital subscriptions do not include sharing access.