Cancel The New Yorker Subscription Easily

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Cancel The New Yorker With a Few Clicks

The New Yorker is an American weekly magazine with nearly a century-long tradition. It has acquired a global audience by covering diverse themes, ranging from popular culture to politics and social issues.

Is Pro-rata Cancelation Available With The New Yorker?

All fees are non-refundable unless otherwise indicated, according to Condé Nast’s User Agreement.

Magazines Similar to The New Yorker

Perhaps you want to try out some alternative publications. We have selected two most popular and listed them in the table below.




Vanity Fair

  • Digital Only Access: $15 per year
  • Print+Digital Access: $15 per year
  • Print+Digital Access: $24 for a two-year subscription
  • Unlimited access to & the digital magazine
  • Complete online archive


  • 1-year subscription: $15
  • 2-year subscription: $25


  • 6-month subscription: $6
  • 75% savings off newsstand prices for print subscriptions
  • Digital editions include all the content found in the print versions

How to Cancel The New Yorker Subscription Manually?

Look at the table below for The New Yorker cancelation methods you have at your disposal.

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Company website (or another alternative method)


If you decide to cancel The New Yorker subscription on your own, you can contact the company via:

I’d Like to Cancel My New Yorker Subscription With DoNotPay

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If you’d like to see for yourself:

  1. Access the app from any
  2. Click the Find Hidden Money option
  3. Enter The New Yorker as the service you want to cancel

As soon as your cancelation has been processed, we’ll let you know.

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Can I Temporarily Pause/Suspend My Subscription?

Yes, you can, up to one year. Here’s how it works::

  • Contact Customer Care
  • Choose Manage Subscription
  • Tap Suspend Subscription

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