What is a gift article?
All subscribers of The Atlantic can share up to 5 gift articles every calendar month to anyone who doesn’t have a current subscription to The Atlantic. Subscribers’ gift article counts reset to 5 on the 1st of every month.
How to gift an article?
To gift an article, make sure you are an active subscriber and are logged in on TheAtlantic.com. When viewing an article on site, you should see the option to “Share & Gift.”
Select the “Send as gift” option from the drop-down menu and choose how you’d like to share the gift article.
How many articles can I gift?
Subscribers to The Atlantic can gift up to 5 distinct articles every calendar month.
Does a recipient need to register or subscribe to view the gifted article?
No, a recipient does not need to register or subscribe in order to view the gifted article, unless their access expires.
How long will a recipient be able to view the gifted article?
Gift article recipients will have access to view the gifted article for 14 days. Once their access expires, they will need to subscribe in order to view the article again.
How will a recipient know they’ve received a gifted article?
Anyone who’s not currently a subscriber to The Atlantic who views a gifted article, will see a note that tells them the article has been gifted to them and how much longer they’ll have access to view it.
Can I gift articles on The Atlantic’s mobile app?
No, this feature is only available on Web browsers and is not currently available on the mobile app for iOS or Android.