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DiscountMags is offering a 1-Year Subscription of The Economist Magazine (51-Issues, Print or Digital) for $47.99 when you apply coupon code 41832 at checkout.

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New to the magazine subscription. One big concern about the print issue. It says 5-8 weeks for the first issue. Does that mean I'll get an outdated issue? Like get 01/13/2020 issue one or two months later.
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Great magazine. I got it a few months back at a similar price.

Question: I got it for digital but would like to switch it to physical magazine? Is it doable?
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New to the magazine subscription. One big concern about the print issue. It says 5-8 weeks for the first issue. Does that mean I'll get an outdated issue? Like get 01/13/2020 issue one or two months later.
No what they mean is that it might take 5 to 8 weeks before you are in the economist system to start getting magazines. I think for me it was actually around 3 weeks before I received my first issue. Then you receive whatever the issue is for that week.
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Great magazine. I got it a few months back at a similar price.

Question: I got it for digital but would like to switch it to physical magazine? Is it doable?
I looked into the same thing and couldn't find a way to do that, so I'm pretty sure the answer is no. This happened to pop up at the right time since my subscription last year just ended and I wanted to switch from print to digital.
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No what they mean is that it might take 5 to 8 weeks before you are in the economist system to start getting magazines. I think for me it was actually around 3 weeks before I received my first issue. Then you receive whatever the issue is for that week.
Thank you! I was worried about the outdated issue every week.
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New to the magazine subscription. One big concern about the print issue. It says 5-8 weeks for the first issue. Does that mean I'll get an outdated issue? Like get 01/13/2020 issue one or two months later.
No you will not get an outdated issue. In 5-8 weeks you will get the new/current issue for that period.
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Thanks OP! Was able to add the 1 year print and digital as a renewal for a sub I bought last June. Fingers crossed it actually works.
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There is a good amount of relevant information and an even larger amount of political bias. I suppose that's to be expected in our new click for cash world where only extreme opinions are making money for so-called journalism.
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Worked for me. Thanks! Works as a birthday present!
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Dumb question: do I need to cancel my current subscription and then sign up for this or will this be able to renew my subscription?
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How do we access the digital content? Do we need to wait until we get the print?
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How do we access the digital content? Do we need to wait until we get the print?
The answer is yes we need to wait.


You enter your CRN number in the app.


https://www.economist.com/help/faq/crn
Your customer reference number (CRN) is an eight-digit number that can be found on the address label of your Economist newspaper.
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Just a reminder to check what your local library offers, you may be able to get the digital version free.

My library uses rbdigital which has this publication (as well as many others) for free. No need to sit in the library to read the single print copy either Smilie
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Great magazine, but I just can't keep up. It's not an easy/quick read and it being weekly makes it difficult...but if you can manage to read it it's well written. This is a standard/good price for this on SD, though I would consider the print+digital option so you can get the app (which has audio versions of all issues)
The digital subscription also gets you access to their daily Espresso publication, which is a handful of short blurbs on the day's top stories plus 4 or 5 stories that go a little more in-depth (2-3 paragraphs). I find the time it takes to read Espresso coincides well with the time I need on the throne each morning.
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The answer is yes we need to wait.


You enter your CRN number in the app.


https://www.economist.com/help/faq/crn
Your customer reference number (CRN) is an eight-digit number that can be found on the address label of your Economist newspaper.
How does that work if you do digital only though? You wouldn't be getting an economist newspaper.

Also has anyone used Apple Pay on discount mags? How does it know where to email the subscription?
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