Pricing & Plans

A flexible pricing model that can adapt with your organisation’s needs

Engagement based pricing

Pay once for access,
across multiple platforms

Volume discounts

Find out how we price

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  • Access to premium FT global
    intelligence for your team.
  • Team includes the following features:
  • Unlimited access to FT.com for selected readers A typical scenario might be where a management team of 15 individuals require access to FT content - we would charge for 15 seats.
  • Exclusive curated newsletters Subscribe to curated email newsletters on a range of topics where our editors deliver the best stories, illuminated with original FT comment and analysis e.g. FirstFT, Brexit Briefing, #techFT, Martin Sandbu’s Free Lunch, Due Diligence.
  • 20 gift articles per user per month Use of the gift article to share relevant articles with colleagues, clients and connections who are not FT subscribers, so they can read the article for free.
  • User provisioning and deprovisioning Your organisation’s licence administrator will receive access to the FT Knowledge and Administration Tools, which allow you to manage reader access. This gives you the control to add/remove readers based on requirements.
  • Content discovery tools FT Knowledge and Administration Tools allow your organisation’s licence administrator to make relevant FT intelligence more discoverable. Save readers time by ensuring they are following topics most relevant to them, delivered in one place.
  • Priority telephone support
  • Add integration with other applications
    and personalisation to improve productivity.
  • Group includes everything in Team, plus:
  • No extra charge for readers requiring occasional access to FT journalism We work with you to determine the number of people who require frequent access to FT journalism. 'Frequent' means reading nine or more articles within a 30 day period. We call these people ‘core readers’ In addition, to ‘core’ readers, we also provide access to a wider group of people who just need to read the FT occasionally. By occasionally, we mean anybody who reads eight or fewer articles in a 30 day period. We don’t charge for their access to the FT.
  • Access on third party platforms Access FT journalism on 60+ news aggregators, media monitoring agencies and technology providers, including Bloomberg, Factiva, LexisNexis and WestLaw.
  • Headline workflow integration Access to a range of tools that allow you to create custom news feeds and integrate relevant FT headlines into the applications of your choice, including watchlists, widgets.
  • Customised myFT set up Set up topic follows so you can track topics of interest at an organisational level for individuals, or all readers on your FT licence.
  • Usage reporting View reports within the FT Knowledge and Administration Tools that allow you to see the number of FT pages viewed by readers, as well as usage trends and consumption patterns across devices and platforms.
  • Dedicated account and customer success teams Our customer success team provides expert advice on the information that is most relevant to your organisation - ensuring you get the most from your subscription. Our consultants start by establishing what your organisation needs and then working with you to ensure you have access to the right information, delivered using the technologies that suit your organisation best.
  • Scale access to fit your organisation, with
    single sign on and admin tools.
  • Enterprise includes everything in Group, plus:
  • Convenient access for everybody in your organisation
  • SAML-based Single Sign On FT Single Sign On (SSO) allows users to access FT content using their existing network credentials, offering more convenient access for end users, along with less administration and more control for account administrators.
  • Improved copyright risk management
  • Admin tools to facilitate cross-charging

Try FT.com for 30 days and see which plan is right for you

Request free trial
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Indicative pricing 2017

Typical price per seat (per user/year)
Premium digital access £353
Exc. VAT
€412
Exc. taxes
¥59,302
Exc. taxes
$533
Exc. taxes
Annualised Price for printed newspaper
(6 days a week)
£884*
Exc. VAT
€728*
Exc. taxes
¥117,00*
Inc. taxes
$339*
Exc. taxes
Pricing for academic institutions £122
Exc. VAT
€142
Exc. taxes
¥20,447
Inc. taxes
$158
Exc. taxes

* Pricing for print dependent on local distribution costs

Please contact us for pricing in other countries

View our 2017 rate card

4000+ leading organisations world-wide rely on FT intelligence to improve performance

Over 90% of FT readers agree that “the FT offers me something I cannot get from other news sources”

FT Global Survey, 2015

Commonly asked questions

We work with you to determine the number of people who require frequent access to FT content. 'Frequent' means reading nine or more articles within a 30 day period. We call these people ‘core readers’ and you pay for their access and a volume discount is applied. We also provide access to a wider group of people who just need to read the FT occasionally. By occasionally, we mean anybody who reads eight or fewer articles in a 30 day period. We don’t charge for their access to the FT.

So your organisation or department enjoys unlimited digital access to the FT, and you only pay for frequent or core readers. We help customers manage budgets by fixing the price for a year and providing usage reports, so you can understand how many core readers are on your subscription. This engagement data is used to determine the price of your subscription on renewal.

If the number of core readers grows, you decide whether to pay for additional core readers upon renewal, or restrict access to manage your budget.
Our team of product specialists hold regular webinars to demo FT.com. Contact us to request a demo. To speak with a sales rep to help you decide which plan is right for you, please call +44 (0)20 7873 4001 or or +1 877 843 3399 (International toll free), email customer.support@ft.com, or complete our online contact form here.
Yes, we offer free FT.com trials for teams or organisations of at least 10 people. We’ll work with you to implement the trial and showcase the content and tools most relevant to your team.
The Financial Times has agreements with 60 channel partners to integrate FT content into their workflow solutions. Depending on the type of agreement, customers will either view the full text article on the partner platform or on FT.com. Only FT licence holders can view the full text on a third party platform. A full list of channel partners is available here.
You can view our journalism online for personal use and send links to articles using FT.com sharing tools. You may not copy FT articles in order to republish or redistribute those articles. In addition, sharing of passwords is not permitted. Read more about our copyright policy.
We sell group subscriptions for Tertiary education (19 years+) at a discount to corporate prices. We also provide free access for Secondary Schools.

Pricing & Plans

A flexible pricing model that can adapt with your organisation’s needs

Engagement based pricing

Pay once for access,
across multiple platforms

Volume discounts

Find out how we price

Watch video
Standard IconTeam

Access to premium FT global
intelligence for your team.

  • Team includes the following features:
  • Unlimited access to FT.com for selected readers A typical scenario might be where a management team of 15 individuals require access to FT content - we would charge for 15 seats.
  • Exclusive curated newsletters Subscribe to curated email newsletters on a range of topics where our editors deliver the best stories, illuminated with original FT comment and analysis e.g. FirstFT, Brexit Briefing, #techFT, Martin Sandbu’s Free Lunch, Due Diligence.
  • 20 gift articles per user per month Use of the gift article to share relevant articles with colleagues, clients and connections who are not FT subscribers, so they can read the article for free.
  • User provisioning and deprovisioning Your organisation’s licence administrator will receive access to the FT Knowledge and Administration Tools, which allow you to manage reader access. This gives you the control to add/remove readers based on requirements.
  • Content discovery tools FT Knowledge and Administration Tools allow your organisation’s licence administrator to make relevant FT intelligence more discoverable. Save readers time by ensuring they are following topics most relevant to them, delivered in one place.
  • Priority telephone support

Fee based on defined number
of readers i.e. pay per user.

Contact us
Standard IconGroup

Add integration with other applications and personalisation to improve productivity.

  • Group includes everything in Team, plus:
  • No extra charge for readers requiring occasional access to FT journalism We work with you to determine the number of people who require frequent access to FT journalism. 'Frequent' means reading nine or more articles within a 30 day period. We call these people ‘core readers’ In addition, to ‘core’ readers, we also provide access to a wider group of people who just need to read the FT occasionally. By occasionally, we mean anybody who reads eight or fewer articles in a 30 day period. We don’t charge for their access to the FT.
  • Access on third party platforms Access FT journalism on 60+ news aggregators, media monitoring agencies and technology providers, including Bloomberg, Factiva, LexisNexis and WestLaw.
  • Headline workflow integration Access to a range of tools that allow you to create custom news feeds and integrate relevant FT headlines into the applications of your choice, including watchlists, widgets.
  • Customised myFT set up Set up topic follows so you can track topics of interest at an organisational level for individuals, or all readers on your FT licence.
  • Usage reporting View reports within the FT Knowledge and Administration Tools that allow your organisation’s licence administrator to see the number of FT pages viewed by readers, as well as usage trends and consumption patterns across devices and platforms.
  • Dedicated account and customer success teams Our customer success team provides expert advice on the information that is most relevant to your organisation - ensuring you get the most from your subscription. Our consultants start by establishing what your organisation needs and then working with you to ensure you have access to the right information, delivered using the technologies that suit your organisation best.

Fee based on number of frequent readers,
no charge for occasional FT use.

Contact us
Standard IconEnterprise

Scale access to fit your organisation, with single sign on and admin tools.

  • Enterprise includes everything in Group, plus:
  • Convenient access for everybody in your organisation
  • SAML-based Single Sign On FT Single Sign On (SSO) allows users to access FT content using their existing network credentials, offering more convenient access for end users, along with less administration and more control for account administrators.
  • Improved copyright risk management
  • Admin tools to facilitate cross-charging

Fee based on number of frequent readers,
FT access for entire organisation.

Contact us

Try FT.com for 30 days and see which plan is right for you

Request free trial Request demo

Indicative pricing 2017

Typical price per seat (per user/year)
Selected currency 
Premium digital access £353 Exc. VAT €20,447Exc. taxes ¥59,302 Exc. taxes $533 Exc. taxes
Annualised Price for printed newspaper (6 days a week) £884* Exc. VAT €728* Exc. taxes ¥117,00* Inc. taxes $339* Exc. taxes
Pricing for academic institutions £122 Exc. VAT €142 Exc. taxes ¥20,447Inc. taxes $158Exc. taxes

* Pricing for print dependent on local distribution costs

Please contact us for pricing in other countries

View our 2017 rate card

4000+ leading organisations world-wide rely on FT intelligence to improve performance


Over 90% of FT readers agree that “the FT offers me something I cannot get from other news sources”

FT Global Survey, 2015

Commonly asked questions

We work with you to determine the number of people who require frequent access to FT content. 'Frequent' means reading nine or more articles within a 30 day period. We call these people ‘core readers’ and you pay for their access and a volume discount is applied. We also provide access to a wider group of people who just need to read the FT occasionally. By occasionally, we mean anybody who reads eight or fewer articles in a 30 day period. We don’t charge for their access to the FT.

So your organisation or department enjoys unlimited digital access to the FT, and you only pay for frequent or core readers. We help customers manage budgets by fixing the price for a year and providing usage reports, so you can understand how many core readers are on your subscription. This engagement data is used to determine the price of your subscription on renewal.

If the number of core readers grows, you decide whether to pay for additional core readers upon renewal, or restrict access to manage your budget.
Our team of product specialists hold regular webinars to demo FT.com. Contact us to request a demo. To speak with a sales rep to help you decide which plan is right for you, please call +44 (0)20 7873 4001 or or +1 877 843 3399 (International toll free), email customer.support@ft.com, or complete our online contact form here.
Yes, we offer free FT.com trials for teams or organisations of at least 10 people. We’ll work with you to implement the trial and showcase the content and tools most relevant to your team.
The Financial Times has agreements with 60 channel partners to integrate FT content into their workflow solutions. Depending on the type of agreement, customers will either view the full text article on the partner platform or on FT.com. Only FT licence holders can view the full text on a third party platform. A full list of channel partners is available here.
You can view our journalism online for personal use and send links to articles using FT.com sharing tools. You may not copy FT articles in order to republish or redistribute those articles. In addition, sharing of passwords is not permitted. Read more about our copyright policy.
We sell group subscriptions for Tertiary education (19 years+) at a discount to corporate prices. We also provide free access for Secondary Schools.