AJC offering one-day passes to exclusive content

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, beginning Thursday, will allow non-subscribers to purchase daily passes to access an array of AJC digital products, including premium content on its newest website, MyAJC.com.

The newspaper will offer a 24-hour pass for 99 cents. The pass will allow users access to content normally exclusive to subscribers, including material on all of the AJC’s paid digital products, which can be used with tablets, smartphones, laptops and desktops.

Subscribers also will be able to view an electronic version of the newspaper as it appears in print, with the ability to “turn” pages. Pass holders also will have access to exclusive photo and video galleries, AJC archives, interactive content and continuously updated breaking news.

“This flexibility gives readers the opportunity to access great AJC content at the terms that work best for them – from a 24-hour pass to sample digital products or follow a specific story, to a monthly or annual subscription,” AJC Publisher Amy Glennon said.

Online readers can purchase 24-hour passes directly from ajc.com, the newspaper’s free website, which will direct readers to the purchase page via any subscriber-only story marked with a red “my” icon. A brief registration is required, which includes a user name and password that will work across all AJC digital products.

Readers also may get a 24-hour pass by clicking this link.

AJC.com, the newspaper’s breaking news website, continues to be available without subscription.

“The Atlanta Journal-Constitution is committed to continuously enhancing our services for subscribers — from deep local investigative journalism you won’t find anywhere else, to the products that allow you to get that coverage whenever and wherever you want it,” Glennon said.

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