What is the St. Petersburg Times Storefront?
The St. Petersburg Times Storefront is a division of the Times Publishing Company that sells products related to the Times, including logo merchandise, books, photographs and article and page reprints.
Where is the Times Storefront?
There is no physical store; Times Storefront is virtual.
How do I order from the Times Storefront? Purchase Items Online
Selected items may be ordered online through our store. Items that can be ordered will have a button on the page indicating so. Simply click the button to add it to your shopping cart. Once you found everything you want to order, click the "Check Out" button from your cart.
For special orders, such as photo reprints or page reprints, email the Times Storefront with the details on what you are requesting.
Please email the Times Storefront for orders. Shipping costs will vary according to location.
How safe is my credit card and purchase information?
The Times Storefront is Payment Card Industry (PCI) compliant to ensure the safeguarding of customer data. This includes encrypting or password protecting all customer personal information.
How do I change the quantity of an item in my cart?
Simply highlight and change the number of items in the quantity field, and then click "update".
How do I remove an item from my cart?
Highlight the quantity of the item you would like to remove and change it to zero. Then, click "update".
How can I contact the Times Storefront?
You can contact the Times Storefront by e-mail or by calling 727-893-8176 Monday – Friday from 9 am – 7 pm EST.
I want to buy a copy of a photograph or illustration that appeared in the newspaper. What information do I need to place an order?
You will need to provide us with a description of the photograph or illustration, the date it was published, the page number, and the name of the photographer or artist. In some cases, we will be able to identify a photograph without all of this information but your order will be processed more quickly if you give us those details.
For web site photographs, you will need the URL (Internet address/location that is displayed in your toolbar at the top of the page), a description of the photograph and the photographer's name.