Just go to www.baltimoresun.com/allaccess
Although our sites and apps feature a lot of content from the print edition, they also offer critical digital-only features including:
You can find a guide to additional digital-only content—including area crime maps and the Ravens Review chart outlining every Ravens game—at baltimoresun.com/exclusive.
Yes, quite a few, including:
Baltimore Sun home delivery subscribers receive All Digital Access for just 99 cents a week, while for non-subscribers it's $3.99 a week. For a limited time, we're offering an introductory rate of 99 cents for the first 4 weeks to all new digital members.
Yes. To get digital as well as the Baltimore area's most complete news and information package, special sections, money-saving coupons and other retail advertisements, comics, the New York Times crossword and Parade magazine, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 410-332-6807.
Just go to iTunes or Google Play store and download the free app. When you begin to access the stories displayed in the app, a log-in screen will appear. Enter your email address and Press+ password.
Obituaries, which are articles written by Sun staff, as well as death notices, which appear on pages created by our affiliate partner, Legacy.com, are free to view on baltimoresun.com at all times for all users.
With more than 100,000 articles, photos, videos and blogs, baltimoresun.com, touch.baltimoresun.com and our apps have far more original reporting and news than any other local source. The Sun's news staff is by far the largest in the area, resulting in coverage you can't get anywhere else. If you want the whole story—and you want it first—you need baltimoresun.com.
No. If someone accesses a Sun story from a social media link, that page view does not count toward the limit on page views allowed. So, feel free to refer as many stories as you would like on your social networks.
Yes. If you right-click on the window and ''view frame info'' or ''frame source,'' you'll see it's an https URL.
No. Your email newsletters deliver as usual and only if you click through to baltimoresun.com will the page limit begin to apply.
No. You can log in using your digital account username and password from wherever you access the Internet.
If your office has fewer than 10 employees, each user should have his or her own digital account. For 10+ employees, site-level pricing is available. If you are interested in site-level licensing, please contact Tim Thomas (410-468-2655, email@example.com).
Yes. Customers who already subscribe to The Baltimore Sun print edition receive a hefty discount to their online membership, paying just 99 cents a week for an All Digital Access package.
Yes, everyone who pays for a subscription to our eNewspaper qualifies for the home delivery discount.
Yes, you do. All home delivery subscribers qualify for the discount.
Yes, you can use the same account for all your family members.
To sign in to touch.baltimoresun.com or apps:
Click or tap into content you wish to view and enter in your email address and Press+ password when prompted.
I purchasesd a monthly subscription to the The Baltimore Sun through iTunes for access to only the iPad or iPhone news app. How do I sign in?
Be sure to click "Existing iOS user" first, then enter your iTunes password. Note: Your device must be logged into the iTunes account that purchased the subscription. .
We accept major credit cards. Memberships are billed every ten weeks for subscribers who get home delivery of The Baltimore Sun and every 4 weeks for digital-only members. Your membership renews automatically, and you are charged in advance of each billing cycle unless you cancel. For more information on digital membership accounts, please go to the Account Management FAQ below this general FAQ.
All billing is via credit card, and invoices are not available. However, you will receive advance notice of any price increases through Press+, which is affiliated with the Baltimore Sun as a vendor. If you ordered through an internet link indicating it is powered by Press+, all billing arrangements, queries, requests and cancellations will need to be done through Press +, which handles the billing for any orders placed through Press+.
You can cancel your membership at any time by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 866-717-7377. If you ordered through an Internet link indicating it is powered by Press+, you must cancel by notifying Press+ directly in accordance with their terms and conditions. You may cancel at any time prior to a new subscription period to avoid automatic charges to the credit card you select for payment by calling 866-717-7377. Afterward, you will be able to view a limited number of metered pages every 30 days on baltimoresun.com and on touch.baltimoresun.com at no charge, just like any other visitor.
To sign up for a digital subscription, go to www.baltimoresun.com/allaccess.
Apple does not share iTunes customer information with app providers. Here are the instructions for you to cancel the subscription yourself through iTunes: http://support.apple.com/kb/ht4098