The New York Times and IFTTT have teamed up to bring the latest updates on _____ straight to your _____.
And to sweeten the deal, they’re offering a free 8-week digital subscription to anyone who signs up for a NYTimes-IFTTT alert before the end of the month.
What IFTTT is all about
IFTTT (If-This-Then-That) is an incredibly powerful platform that lets you set up alerts for just about anything – through whichever channel you want.
As with all IFTTT alerts, you can either subscribe to an existing receipt or even create your own. Just make sure you get re-directed to a page where you can claim your free trial code after you set-up your first recipe:
There’s no credit card necessary to claim your trial, but this offer is available to new subscribers only. So you may not be eligible if your IFTTT email address was already used to subscribe to the NY Times.
Learn how to find cheap flights with IFTTT
IFTTT will always have a special place in my heart for keying me in on the latest flight deals and mistake fares.
To learn more about this nifty life-hacking tool, you can read my in-depth tutorial on how to set-up your first IFTTT recipe. It’s a blast from the past, but most of the tips should still hold water.