Now is the perfect time to get yourself a digital subscription to The Times. Tuesday’s sale of two years for $22 has been extended another day.

And if you miss this one-in-a-millennium sale, you still can get a deal through the week of six months for $1. Don’t miss this opportunity to lock in your savings.

Six reasons you will benefit from being a subscriber

1. Stay connected to what’s happening in your community

Subscribers have unlimited access to our journalism. Once you’re logged in, you’ll be able to view our investigative, in-depth news, along with the best local recommendations on where to dine and what do around town. Our journalists are covering local government news to ensure you always know what’s happening. 

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2. Take the news with you with our mobile app

Subscribers have unlimited access to our apps. Our mobile apps for iPhone and Android can be personalized to your liking — save your favorite stories, adjust the text size for your eyes or read articles offline. 

Our apps (for iPhone and Android) allow you to download articles for offline reading, choose your own article display option, and receive news alerts.

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3. Personalized news alerts

App users can customize their alerts. Want to be notified of breaking news or weather alerts as soon as it happens? Turn on the weather and breaking news alerts. Do you love following high school football? Enable sports alerts during the fall season. You can select alerts for breaking news, top stories, entertainment, weather, traffic, sports and business. You also can schedule quiet times so you’re not disturbed with alerts at certain times of the day. 

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4. E-Edition: A digital replica of our print edition

You can access our print edition electronically with the E-Edition app. The new and improved E-Edition is an exact replica of the print edition, but on your computer (or your smartphone.) All the stories, photos and ads display just as they would in the print edition. Subscribers can use their current login information to access current and back issues. Look for the E-Edition link when you’re logged into the site.

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5. Daily Briefing newsletter

To keep our subscribers informed, we offer a suite of newsletters to keep you up-to-date on the top news, sports, watchdog reporting and more. Soon, we will be offering you exclusive, expert coverage of all things outdoors in Pennsylvania.

You can receive the top five articles in your email each day in the form of the Daily Briefing newsletter, complete with photos and article summaries. 

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6. Digital media

Great stories don’t stop with great writing. With your subscription, you’ll have unlimited access to our videos, photo galleries and interactive data visuals. Experience a 360-degree view of the rallies/" 1014 target="_blank">political rally that you may have missed, look through photos from the latest storm, learn how to make a margarita, or simply watch a weather report.

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So, how do I get a subscription?

We have several subscription offers throughout the year. To get the most current digital subscription offers, go to https://subscribe.timesonline.com/specialoffer?gps-source=CPNEWS&utm_medium=mix&utm_source=news&utm_campaign=NEWSROOM&utm_content=CPNEWS.

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