Bucks County Free Library now offers free, unlimited digital access to The Wall Street Journal.
Any Bucks County resident with a library card can read the daily online edition of The Wall Street Journal from any location. Patrons can also access four years of archives, an e-replica of each day’s paper and Wall Street Journal newsletters, videos and podcasts.
To get started, click the Wall Street Journal link at buckslib.org/e-library. After entering their library card number and PIN, patrons can create or sign in to an existing WSJ.com account and enjoy three days of access. At any time, patrons can return to the e-library page for another three days of access.
In-library access to The Wall Street Journal is also available to all visitors with a library card.
Digital access to The Wall Street Journal is funded by Bucks County Free Library through the support of the Hamilton G. Disbrow Trust.