Activate your Daily Telegraph subscription for big rewards

Our team of journalists live locally to bring you the latest in what's happening in your area.

It is the news that matters, and it is our commitment to you.

But just as committed as we are to you, so too are our journalist colleagues across New South Wales who deliver the latest breaking news to keep you in the know.

And the best part is your local news subscription gets you access to the best reporting on local, state, national and international affairs.

Yes, your digital subscription to this site gives you unlimited access to all our online content and stories as well as premium access to The Daily Telegraph.

Here is the best way to maximise the benefits of your local news subscription.

To activate your complimentary access to the Daily Telegraph follow the steps below:

Click here, then follow these prompts:

  • Go to My Profile and log in
  • Go to My Rewards
  • Click the activate now button or copy activation hyperlink

Sign up on the Daily Telegraph website - we recommend you use the same email address and password as you've used for our website to avoid confusion.

Activating your complimentary Daily Telegraph subscription also gives you access to Brisbane's Courier Mail, Melbourne's Herald Sun, the NT News, The Mercury in Hobart and the Adelaide Advertiser whenever you like.

You can also access all of our regional titles including the Gold Coast Bulletin.

This same login for the Daily Telegraph will also work on other News sites listed above.

 

Your digital subscription gives you access to the latest local news and rewards and you can access it on any device, including your mobile, tablet or desktop computer.
Your digital subscription gives you access to the latest local news and rewards and you can access it on any device, including your mobile, tablet or desktop computer.

 

SUBSCRIBER REWARDS:

Our member benefits program +Rewards is available only to this site's digital subscribers who activate their Daily Telegraph subscription.

YOUR CHANCE TO WIN PART OF $500K

Enjoy access to a limited number of double passes to a variety of top event tickets, freebies, exclusive offers and subscriber-only competitions.

Updated monthly, check out what's available exclusively to members at our Rewards page - you must be an eligible subscriber to redeem and access these offers.

 

Your digital subscription gives you access to the latest local news and rewards and you can access it on any device, including your mobile, tablet or desktop computer.
Your digital subscription gives you access to the latest local news and rewards and you can access it on any device, including your mobile, tablet or desktop computer.

 

Enjoy access to a limited number of double passes to a variety of top event tickets, freebies, exclusive offers and subscriber-only competitions.

Right now, some of the reward offers available include:

  • A complimentary eCookbook from taste.com.au
  • Stream all-time favourite shows and loads of movies on your favourite devices with 50% off BINGE for 4 months.
  • A summer of sport with a Kayo annual subscription - save 30% off on Kayo Basic over 12 months with a $200 annual subscription.
  • A four-month Apple Music subscription for free.
  • Download a magazine sample, choose from taste.com.au, Vogue, Vogue Living, GQ, Super Food Ideas issue.
  • Discover a classic story or your new favourite - a free HarperCollins eBook, there's five new titles to choose from each month.

THE DAILY TELEGRAPH APP

Once you've activated your Daily Telegraph subscription, make sure to also download The Daily Telegraph app - click here for Apple or here for Android.

Once you've downloaded and logged in you can access the digital print edition of The Daily Telegraph, personalise your news feed and follow your favourite sections, topics and columnists.

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