The FT ePaper is exclusively available to Financial Times newspaper subscribers, ePaper subscribers and Premium FT.com subscribers.
Premium FT.com subscribers should use their existing FT.com email and password. If you are a newspaper or FT ePaper subscriber and want to access the FT ePaper you must first register with FT.com. To register, simply click the edition you would like to read and at the sign in page, click on 'Register and validate your access now' and follow the sign up process. We will send you an email to confirm your email address. Click on the ‘Continue reading’ link in the email and you will be returned to the FT ePaper sign in page. You will now be asked to enter your Customer Reference Number/FT Account Number. The validation of your subscription will only be required once.
If you are a newspaper or FT ePaper subscriber you can find your Customer Reference Number/FT Account Number on the welcome emails we sent when you first subscribed. You can also find it on any invoices we have sent to you. Depending on your location, your Customer Reference/FT Account Number may be up to 10 digits or a combination of up to 10 numbers and letters ending FT + a letter + a number. If you cannot find this number, please e-mail email@example.com with your full name and address.
The FT ePaper is available daily from 6am UK time.
The FT ePaper web app is optimised for Apple iOS (iPad and iPhone) and Android mobile devices. You can add the FT ePaper web app icon to your Home Screen for easy access by following these simple steps.
1. Type 'ftepaper.ft.com' into your browser.
2. Select the edition you wish to access i.e. ‘UK’ or ‘Europe’.
3. Todays FT ePaper will launch.
4. For Android devices select ‘Add to Home Screen’ from the tools menu. For iOS devices tap ‘share’ and then tap ‘Add to home screen’
5. You can now launch the FT ePaper from your Home Screen.
When viewing the FT ePaper on an Apple iOS or Android device, click on the down arrow located on the top right hand side of the menu bar to download today’s edition.
When viewing an edition of the FT ePaper click on the Save icon, and select Download Newspaper PDF.
Previous editions of the Financial Times newspaper can be viewed under the Archive section on the FT ePaper homepage. Simply select a region and select ‘Browse Archive’ to select a specific date.
For more information on the ePaper, please go to www.ft.com/help