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The New York Times

By accessing this database, you are agreeing to the New York Times Terms of Services for their products and services.  The full policy can be found here:

The Camden County Library System offers free access to The New York Times online. Each remote session lasts 24 hours and can be renewed each day.

Daily Newspaper | Games | Cooking | The Athletic

Access the New York TimesNew York Times Daily Newspaper
Live news, investigations, opinion, photos and video by the journalists of The New York Times from more than 150 countries around the world.

In Library Building  From a library computer click the link, then create an account using your email address; log in if you are an existing user.
Remote Access  Use this link if you are not on a library computer. You will need your library card number and PIN to redeem a code.


The Athletic The Athletic  The Athletic, a New York Times company, delivers in-depth sports coverage of your favorite teams and leagues. Access includes everything from breaking news and live commentary to long-form features, exclusive interviews, podcasts and more.

You will need your library card number and PIN for access. Sign up or log in with an existing New York Times or The Athletic account.


New York Times GamesNew York Times Games
You are now able to play all the New York Times games, including the Crossword Puzzle, Spelling Bee, Tiles, Vertex, Sudoku, and Wordle.  You can also solve past puzzles. 

You will need your library card number and PIN for access.


New York Times CookingNew York Times Cooking
NYT Cooking is a digital cookbook and cooking guide alike that helps home cooks of every level discover, save and organize the world’s best recipes, while also helping them become better, more competent cooks.

You will need your library card number and PIN for access.



Remote Access Instructions | Subscribe to Newsletters | Get the App | Troubleshooting

Remote Access Instructions

1. Click the remote access link and enter your library card number and PIN.

2. Click the New York Times link to request access. On the next page, click the "Redeem" button. 

You wil be assigned a code.  Click the Redeem button.

3. Create an account with your email address and a password or log in if you are already an existing user. You may re-use the same code for all subsequent access.


Subscribe to Newsletters

When you create your account you will be given the option to subscribe to daily New York Times Newsletters.  If you want to see all the newsletters you can choose from, click on "View all newsletters" on the bottom left corner.

View All Newsletters

Choose as many topics as you like.  If you would like a customized newsletter that reflects your interests, choose "For You."

Choose "For You" for a customized email newsletter.

After you click on the + in the "For You" box, you will see this message.  Click on the "Sign Up and Customize" button to choose your topics.

Get For You

Choose the categories you're interested in - click on the "Show more" button for more options.

Choose the topics you are interested in.

You'll receive daily email(s) from the New York Times with highlighted stories.

Email Newsletter from New York Times


Get the App

Get the App. You can download the app to your phone or tablet. After you have installed the app on your device, log in with the email address and password you used to create your account.

New York Times App



1. When I log in, I'm being told that I already have an account and I'm not eligible for guest access.

This message comes up if your original access hasn't expired yet.  Click on the New York Times banner at the top of the page, and you will be brought to the New York Times homepage, already logged in.

2. I'm in the library using my phone, but I am not getting automatic access.

If you are using library wi-fi to access the New York Times on your phone, tablet, or laptop, please use the remote access link and enter your library card number and PIN.  Automatic access currently only works on library computers.

New York Times - The Athletic

Detailed Instructions

The Athletic is a New York Times publication, but it is not part of the New York Times website, so connecting and customizing looks a bit different than connecting the New York Times News, Games, or Cooking.

1. Click the The Athletic access link on this page and enter your library card number and PIN. 

Click on "The Athletic" link on the next page.

Click on the link for The Athletic on the page after you have logged in

On the next page you can create an account by clicking on "Sign up with Email."  If you already have a New York Times account, use the "Log in" link.  If you have already created an account with The Athletic through Camden County Library and are coming back to redeem another 24 hours of access, you should also use the "Log in" link.

 Create an email account or log in.

If you are logging in and have a New York Times account, click on "Continue with the New York Times." If you created an account for Camden County Library access to The Athletic, enter your email address and password. (If you have an Athletic account that was not created through the Library, be sure to log out of that account first.)

Log in with NY Times account or email

When you first create an account you will be brought to The Athletic Welcome page. Click on "Let's Get Started" to choose your favorite teams and leagues.

Welcome to the Athletic

  On the "Choose Teams" page click on the Teams you want to follow.  Then click on the "NEXT" button in the top right corner.

You can then choose the Leagues you want to follow. Click the "DONE" button when you've finished selecting.  You will then be brought to The Athletic homepage.

Choose Leagues