How to Cancel your Newsweek Subscription
Newsweek is an American magazine that provides in-depth articles on current domestic and international news, business, politics, and pop culture events. This periodical also delivers science and technology pieces. Newsweek’s articles cover current trends, debates, and modern culture issues such as technological advances, political climates, sports events and many other topics. The magazine is published weekly. In 2013, the magazine briefly terminated their printed version – offering only their digital services to subscribers. A short time later, Newsweek returned to both their printed and online format in 2014. You may be subscribed to receive Newsweek through one of three options: a print subscription, a digital subscription, or a combination digital/print membership.
What you’ll need:
- Full name
- Phone number
- If digital subscription: account login information
- E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Write an email stating your request to cancel.
- In your cancellation email, include your full name, address, email, and phone number
- Newsweek states that they will respond to your email as soon as they can and it is usually within 3 days.
- Call 1-800-631-1040.
- Request to cancel.
- You will need your full name, address, and phone number in order to cancel. If you are canceling a digital subscription, you will also need your account login information.
- Subscriptions at Newsweek are renewed automatically. Until you cancel, you will be charged automatically at the start of each new term.
- If you have already canceled your subscription, but still receive bills, Newsweek notes that it takes a few days for a cancellation to become effective. Therefore, the company asks that if you receive any invoices after you have canceled, to please ignore them.
- One-time purchases such as gift subscriptions or single issues cannot be canceled.
- If you are cancelling digital subscriptions, you can only cancel future charges associated with your subscription.