[Expired] Free 1-Year Digital Subscription To Wall Street Journal For Visa Signature Cardholders (No Payment Info Needed)

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Update 5/30/22: Multiple readers report this deal no longer works

Another Update 5/29/22: I believe it’s working now for everyone (even without the India method mentioned below). Just requires first 8-digits of card number, no payment input needed so no subscription to cancel.

(Update 5/28/22: Reader Smirky Cat notes: Apparently, this offer is only for signature cards issued in India (even though it has worked for many of us with our US cards). For those who are still interested, here is what to do: On the landing page country selection, choose India. Then, scroll down to claim the right offer. When prompted for the first 8 digits of the card, enter 4147-6716. Provide your phone number (with the US country code) and verify the OTP. You should be all set then!)

Update: This is not working for everyone. There might be some overload to the system – try again a different time or day and see if you can get it to go.


The Offer

Direct Link to offer

  • Visa Signature & Visa Infinite cardholders can get a free one-year digital subscription to the Wall Street Journal.

The Fine Print

  • To apply the promo code, please go to https://partner.wsj.com/p/p_pressreader and apply the code and your 1 year free The Wall Street Journal subscription will be activated.
  • Upon activation of this gift you will be able to access WSJ.com on your choice of mobile, tablet or desktop. This includes WSJ text articles, audio & visual content as well as WSJ Magazine.
  • The gift of WSJ membership access will last for 12 months from the point of activation. After 12 months the access will expire and you will be given the option to purchase a WSJ membership at the present WSJ subscription rate.
  • No credit card details or payment is required in order to redeem this gift.
  • This digital membership is non-transferable and cannot be combined with any other offers or promotional gifts.

Our Verdict

No need to enter your full credit card number, just the first 8 digits. You do need to input a mobile number, though. Nice freebie.

Hat tip to reader Smirky Cat

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B (@guest_1622588)
May 23, 2023 14:05

Expiring soon, needs to call to cancel too tedious, would they just auto expire as we never give a credit card when signing up?

Allen (@guest_1626358)
May 30, 2023 21:58

Yes, mine just expired. I noticed when I was no longer seeing the full articles, even though I was signed in. No email or warning beforehand. Good while it lasted.

eric smith
eric smith (@guest_1530473)
January 10, 2023 15:49

Any hope of this being revived this year anywhere?

Spence (@guest_1388015)
May 30, 2022 20:51

Tried BoA and Chase… Neither worked

AD (@guest_1387933)
May 30, 2022 18:22

No good with any of my Signature cards. It lists them all as traditional credit cards and says I don’t qualify.

zMay (@guest_1387917)
May 30, 2022 17:49

All my cards from Chase shows up as a traditional card…even the CSR and Freedom

lorem ipsum
lorem ipsum (@guest_1387915)
May 30, 2022 17:44

“Offer not eligible”, tried Cap1 Spark Cash+ and BofA Merrill+.

Jacob (@guest_1387797)
May 30, 2022 14:44

Unable to get the free subscription under either method as of 5/30/22. Only the 10% discount is showing for me. 🙁

schumia (@guest_1387823)
May 30, 2022 15:22

I tried and got the same error msg at 2:20pm CST on May 30

David (@guest_1387770)
May 30, 2022 14:02

try it, after entering OTP code, it said “offer not eligible” like last time

rj123456 (@guest_1387573)
May 30, 2022 05:03

Shows 10% off

IXO (@guest_1387452)
May 29, 2022 23:09

“Sorry, offer not eligible” here.

Nico (from HeyNico.com)
Nico (from HeyNico.com) (@guest_1387654)
May 30, 2022 10:25

Same +1