To arrange for delivery of the Tampa Bay Times, formerly called the St. Petersburg Times, click the Subscribe link near the bottom of the main page at TampaBay.com, and then subscribe to the Total Access package. This package includes daily, weekend or Sunday home delivery of the Tampa Bay Times, as well as the Digital Access package and 52 weeks of premium digital access to the Washington Post, as of December 2015.
Subscribers can save money by subscribing to the Digital Access package only. This package includes unlimited access to the Tampa Bay Times' website, including articles, blog posts, five years of searchable archives, videos and other multimedia features, from any computer, tablet or mobile device. It also includes the Tampa Bay Times e-newspaper, an exact replica of the printed paper, that you can read on any computer, tablet or mobile device. In addition, digital access includes the newspapers' Day Starter daily email, the Tampa Bay News App, which transmits news and weather alerts to mobile devices, and PolitiFacts' Settle It! app.
The St. Petersburg Times, Florida's largest newspaper, changed its name to the Tampa Bay Times on January 1, 2012. Executives at the newspaper stated that the name change reflected the fact that most readers lived outside St. Petersburg and the two cities comprise a single regional identity.