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International New York Times-Kathimerini English Edition

More than ever, people are striving to understand a fast-changing world. With the International New York Times – Kathimerini English Edition (INYT-K) you get a balanced, intelligent perspective on what’s going on globally – and locally – in politics, business, culture and sports, giving you the insights and analysis you need.

Subscribe to the INYT-K and save up to 51% - includes daily delivery (Monday to Saturday) to your home or office.

  • 3 months - €125 (saving 36%)
  • 6 months - €235 (saving 39%)
  • 12 months - €430 (saving 44%)
  • 24 months - €760 (saving 51%)

Offer is valid in Athens and Thessaloniki. Hand delivery is subject to confirmation by our local distributor.

For further information:
Tel: 210 480 8222
Fax: 210 480 8225
E-mail: subsgr@ekathimerini.com

Or directly at one of the following Kathimerini outlet stores:

Athens

  • Panepistimiou 47 & Stoa Arsakeiou,
    Athens - Tel : 210 331 6825
     
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Thessaloniki

  • 99, Tsimiski Street - Tel : 2310 277 329

As a subscriber, you will enjoy these valuable benefits:

Morning hand delivery
Copies delivered early each morning to homes and offices in the greater Athens and Thessaloniki areas.

Money-back guarantee
If you are not completely satisfied, we’ll refund your money on all unmailed issues in your subscription.

Copy forwarding service
If you go on vacation, your INYT subscription can follow you to a temporary address anywhere in the world.

Free copy replacement service
If your copy is not delivered for any reason, we will extend your subscription by an extra issue or send you your missed copy.

Flexible delivery
Choose weekday delivery to your office and weekend delivery at home – it’s your choice.

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