Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How can I contact The Salt Lake Tribune?
Visit "Contact Us" link for more information.
Q: Why do I need to register my account?
By registering your account, you are creating a password only known by you to access our online subscription customer services. Then you can manage your subscription securely at your convenience.
Q: What customer services are available?You can request the following services online:
- Review activity on your account
- Report a service issue
- Suspend and restart delivery of your newspaper
- Donate to the Newspaper in Education Program
- Make one-time or continuous credit card or bank draft payments
- Start a new subscription or restart an old stopped subscription
Q: What if I forget my password?
If you forget your password, please use the "Forgot Password?" link on the Login page.
Q: How do I change my password?
Login and proceed to "Change Account Info". You will be prompted for your current and your desired new password.
Q: Whom do I contact and what information do you need me to send when I discover that there is a problem with your Web site?
If you experience a problem navigating our sites, please email us at The Salt Lake Tribune and describe in as much detail as possible, including the steps you take leading up to it, how often it occurs, and the exact text of any error message that you receive. The information you provide will help us to find a solution more quickly. For your security please do not include your password in the email.
Q: How can I purchase a digital subscription?
If you are a current print subscriber, you can upgrade your subscription by clicking the Change Subscription link on your main menu. Or if you are a new subscriber, go to the Not a Subscriber? link on the Login page.
Q: What do I use to login and view my digital subscription?
You may use your email address and password to access your digital subscription.
Q: If I go on vacation and wish to temporarily suspend my newspaper, what are my options?
If you notify us in advance, we will suspend the delivery of your newspaper. Proceed to "Vacation Holds" to notify us of your vacation and to stop and restart home delivery. The lead-time to suspend an order varies by area. In most areas, suspensions can take effect in two days or less from the date you make the request.
- Digital Vacation: Have your newspaper delivered to you through our convenient e-Edition, which will allow you to read the newspaper from a computer while you are away from home.
- Donate to Literacy: If you would like you can donate your vacation copies to students, through our Newspaper in Education program. You will be billed as usual for the period. For each copy you donate, students will receive their own copy of The Salt Lake Tribune. To donate your vacation copies, proceed to "Vacation Holds" and choose the Newspapers In Education donation option.
- Vacation pack: Your newspapers will be saved and delivered to you on the day of your return.
Q: What should I do if my newspaper does not arrive or if sections are missing?
Log in and proceed to "Delivery Feedback" if your newspaper has not arrived by the guaranteed delivery time (6:00 A.M. Monday through Friday, and 7:00 A.M. on Saturday & Sunday). Also, you may notify us of missing or damaged sections on this page as well. In most areas, if we receive your request before 8:00 A.M. Monday through Saturday & 10:30 A.M. on Sunday we can redeliver another paper or the missing sections to you the same day. If you would like a redelivery, call us at 801-204-6100. Otherwise, we will apply a credit to your account. Only credits for the same day can be obtained on this site. Credits for missing deliveries for previous days must be requested from a customer service representative or by e-mail us at The Salt Lake Tribune. Be sure to include your name, delivery address, and home phone number in your e-mail, and the words MISSED PAPER CREDIT in the subject line. Otherwise we will extend your account accordingly for a missed delivery that day. To receive an account extension for a missed delivery from a previous day you must contact the Customer Service department by calling 801-204-6100 or by email at The Salt Lake Tribune.
Q: Is it necessary to call to restart my subscription after it has been temporarily suspended?
If you provide a restart date when you suspend delivery you do not need to call again to restart your delivery. However, if the restart date has changed, or was not provided when the account was suspended, you will need to speak to a customer service representative.
Q: Where can I purchase another print subscription?
If you are a current subscriber, you can purchase these items by visiting the New Subscription link on your main menu. Or if you are a new subscriber, go to the Not a Subscriber? link on the Login page.