To temporarily stop home delivery of "The Washington Post," log into your account profile on WashingtonPost.com, click on the Subscriptions tab, and then follow the prompts to set up a temporary delivery hold. Subscribers can also call the newspaper's customer service line at 202-334-6100 and use the automated system or speak with a representative to manage subscription deliveries.Continue Reading
As of 2015, "The Washington Post" states that placing a temporary hold on a home delivery subscription does not result in credits being applied to the subscription or an extension of the subscription. During the temporary hold period, however, subscribers can enjoy full digital access to all of the newspaper's content via the official website and apps.
Establish temporary holds, also known as vacation stops, by contacting the newspaper's customer service department. A temporary hold results in the subscriber not receiving issues of the newspaper that are published during the hold period. To temporarily suspend home delivery while still receiving the issues for that time period, use the United States Postal Service's Hold Mail Service to have all mail securely held at the local post office for any amount of time between three and 30 consecutive days. To schedule this service, visit USPS.com.Learn more about Magazines & Newspapers