A 30-day pass provides one person with 30 days of unlimited digital access to The Washington Post, at no additional cost to you or them. This is a free benefit included with Home Delivery and Premium Digital subscriptions. One 30-day pass may be shared each month.
Which subscriptions include a free 30-day pass and a bonus subscription?
Home Delivery subscriptions and Premium Digital subscriptions include the benefits of a 30-day pass and a bonus subscription. All Home Delivery subscriptions include a Premium Digital subscription. Please contact our Help Center if you’d like to upgrade your subscription.
How to share your 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 link is available in your account, under the “My Benefits” 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.
Can my 30-day pass be shared with the same person more than one time?
Yes, you may share your 30-day pass with anyone you like. You receive one 30-day pass per month.
Does my 30-day pass expire?
Yes, passes must be shared before the end of the month. If you forget, don’t worry — you’ll have another pass coming the next month.