How much is an annual subscription to National Geographic?

How much is an annual subscription to National Geographic?

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Subscription U.S. Canada
Print + Digital USD$39 USD$50
Digital USD$29 USD$30

Does National Geographic magazine still exist?

National Geographic has delivered incredible storytelling for 130+ years. Available in print & digital access.

Is National Geographic magazine available online?

Access articles from our current issue online at and view recent issues—and every issue since 1888—in the magazine’s full archive at

Is National Geographic a paid subscription?

Your subscription will automatically renew per the billing cycle of your subscription (i.e., monthly or yearly) 24-hours before the end of the current period, and your credit card will be charged through your iTunes account.

How much is National Geographic a month?

At the end of your complimentary trial, your subscription will automatically be renewed into a monthly digital subscription. The renewal charges will be $2.99 a month, unless you are otherwise notified in advance.

How do I subscribe to National Geographic magazine?

You can subscribe from several places in the app, but the easiest way is to go to the SETTINGS screen, and tap the SUBSCRIBE button. This will provide a subscription message that presents two options for subscribing, either Monthly or Annually.

What does National Geographic subscription include?

Magazine subscribers (Print, Digital, Print + Digital) who have an account on can access exclusive online content – including unlimited articles and the full magazine archive.

Is the National Geographic subscription free?

How many people are subscribed to National Geographic?

The magazine’s domestic circulation peaked at about 12 million copies in the late 1980s; today, the publication reaches about 3.5 million subscribers in the United States and an additional 3 million subscribers abroad through non-English-language editions.

What type of people read National Geographic?

Even for older generations, about 1 in 10 U.S. adults who are 55 or older regularly reads the magazine. Similar to the comparisons of age, the type of area people live in differs between National Geographic watchers and readers.