Hmm – at least for my Zip code, the price of the Sunday-only delivery is $15 for 4 weeks, while the entry-level price of the digital subscription is $15 for 4 weeks (and the All Digital subscription is $35 every 4 weeks); I just became a subscriber to the Sunday-only dead-tree edition. Note that the dead-tree price includes a 50% discount for the first 12 weeks if you pay for a new dead-tree subscription via credit card; I will probably drop to the non-iPad/etc. entry-level digital subscription in 12 weeks, in part because my dead-tree customer guilt level spiked after reading Charles Fitzgerald’s analysis and footnotes…
5. I get home delivery of the newspaper. Do I get free access?
Yes. Print subscribers to The New York Times get a free All Digital Access subscription. This package includes free, unlimited access to NYTimes.com on any device, plus the full range of NYTimes apps for your smartphone (iPhone, Android-powered phones, BlackBerry), your tablet (iPad) and your computer (Times Reader 2.0 and the NYTimes App for the Chrome Web Store).
Free, unlimited access is provided to all print subscribers, no matter what type of subscription you have (daily, weekday, Weekender, etc.). You'll also qualify for free digital access if your home delivery is provided by a third party (rather than by The New York Times directly).