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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.
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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:
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- Choose Manage Subscription
- Tap Suspend Subscription
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