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The Irish Field: Frequently Asked Questions
Lots of information about The Irish Field and how to make the most of your subscription

What is available on The Irish Field site?

All content from the weekly edition of The Irish Field, plus some additional multimedia content and daily news updates. The site also contains a full digital replica edition, which allows you to flick through the paper from cover to cover.

Do I have to pay to view the site?

No, by registering with an email address and password, you can view 5 free Field+ articles per month along with all content marked “free”.

What is Field+?

Field+ represents premium Irish Field articles. These are mainly articles that have appeared in the print edition of the Irish Field. Readers can register for free and read 5 Field+ articles per month.

What happens when I exceed my limit of 5 stories?

When you reach your limit of 5 stories, a reader can choose between waiting until the following month to read 5 articles or else subscribe to the site from just €3.27. This includes the replica edition of the Irish Field going back to November 2010.

Is there any free content?

Daily free content will be made available from The Irish Field specialist team and external contributors along with 5 Field+ articles per month when you register.

What are the benefits of the new website?

• Unlimited article access

• Access on your mobile, tablet and desktop

• Access to all knowledge centre content

• Digital replica/e-paper access since November 2010

• Access to all supplements since November 2010

• Enhanced access to audio, photography and video

• Access to all printed The Irish Field content from 8pm on Friday evening

• Sign-up for email alerts and briefings

How often is the site updated?

The website is updated on a daily basis. The majority of the content from the weekly edition goes live on a Friday evening at 8pm.

Can I still access the digital edition in pdf format?

Yes, you can continue to access the PDF replica edition of the paper online on

How far back does our archive currently go?

Subscribers will have access to all articles since November 2010.

Why is there a list of key words (tags) at the end of each story?

The tags are there to help our readers find all articles relevant to the subject they’re interested in. For example, if you click on a ‘foal’ tag, you will get all articles related to ‘foal’ from The Irish Field.


What is The Irish Field Digital Edition?

The Irish Field Digital Edition is a digital replica of The Irish Field which is available to view in PDF format on your smartphone, tablet and desktop. Once you are a subscriber, you immediately have full access to the digital edition.

How can I subscribe to the Digital Edition and what are the subscription rates?

There are a number of subscription terms to choose from. Click here to subscribe and view our current subscription options.

Can I change the email address I used for my subscription?

Yes. Please contact our Circulation Department on +353 141 99578 or email

How do I search?

The Irish Field Digital Edition provides full edition search capability. To search the edition, enter your keywords in the Search control at the top (left) of the display and click on the Search button. To further enhance your search, click on the Search drop down menu where you can refine your search criteria.

How do I view the archive of The Irish Field?

Once you have gained access to the digital edition. You will see two tabs on the left hand side, click on archive and it will generate a page of thumbnails of The Irish Field i.e. all archive editions since November 2010.

I am looking for access to newspapers that were published before I subscribed. Can I access an archive on your site or do you have any other suggestions?

Your subscription package gives you access to newspapers and special supplements published from November 2010 to present day. For publications on dates between 1957-1998 you can purchase to view here.

I am a paid subscriber and I need to cancel my Digital Edition subscription. What is the best way to proceed?

If you need to cancel your subscription to The Irish Field Digital Edition, please email or call our Circulation department on +353 141 99578. In order to help us process your payment as efficiently as possible, please include the reason for your cancellation.

I’ve forgotten my password, how can I access?

Click here to reset your password.

Digital and home delivery

I live in Ireland and would like to subscribe to have a paper delivered to me. What are my options?

News Delivery will deliver a copy of The Irish Field to your door on Saturday morning if you live in certain parts of the country. More information here

You can also take out a postal subscription directly with The Irish Field and the majority of these deliveries are handled by An Post. If you live in the Republic of Ireland your paper should be delivered on Monday, due to An Post not delivering on Saturday. If you live in Dublin you may be eligible for our overnight delivery service, resulting in delivery before 7am on Saturday morning. If reading The Irish Field is a Saturday ritual, you may be more interested in our Digital & Collect service.

I live in Dublin, is my address eligible to receive a paper on the overnight delivery service?

There are a few exclusions to the areas covered by the overnight delivery service, but the majority of areas in the city and county are covered. The best way to determine whether your address is suitable for this service is to contact our Circulation department for confirmation. Contact them on +3531 4199578 or

I don’t have a credit or debit card and would like to pay using cheque/bank draft, what do I do?

Please make payment out to The Irish Field, and post, together with your name, address, contact telephone number and the subscription option you wish to be set up with to:

Subscription Department

The Irish Field

Irish Farm Centre


Dublin 12

I live in Northern Ireland/UK and would like to pay using a sterling cheque/bank draft, how do I proceed?

Please call us on +35314199578 and we will quote you the sterling equivalent of the euro rate for the subscription option you wish to sign up for. We determine the rate based on the exchange rate that is being offered on that day.

I would like to purchase a Paper Subscription as a gift for a friend. Do you provide a gift card?

Yes we do. Please contact our Circulation department on +3531 4199578 or to request one.

Is there a discount for purchasing more than one subscription?

From time-to-time during the course of the year we may offer subscription packages. Please contact our Circulation department on +3531 4199578 or to discuss options.

I want to place an advertisement in one of your publications. Where can I get more information?

Please contact our advertising department directly on +353 141 99555 or email

Digital & Collect

Digital & Collect will allow readers to subscribe on for both print and digital access. A reader will be able to download a voucher each Wednesday evening and collect their copy of the Irish Field from their retailer from Thursday morning.

When a reader subscribes they will be asked to nominate their preferred newsagent. This will allow us to engage with your retailer to ensure that the service works smoothly. This is an exciting new initiative and marks a first for the Irish newspaper industry.

With this service readers will have unlimited access to, unlimited access to the Irish Field digital replica (pdf), and readers will also be entitled to collect their print copy from your local newsagent each week.

We hope you find the Digital & Collect service and appreciate your comments and feedback on how it can be improved.