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My copy didn't arrive. What should I do?

We mail copies on the Thursday before the cover date (Saturday) and most copies arrive to UK addresses on Friday or Saturday and within 5-7 days for overseas addresses. Please contact us if you are receiving copies later than this.

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If you've still not received your first issue, please contact us

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Please contact us. We will investigate with the Royal Mail or other overseas postal authority, and send out replacements where appropriate.

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When does my subscription expire?

If you pay by Direct Debit, your subscription will continue until you ask us to stop sending the magazine.
If you pay by cheque, credit or debit card, you will find your subscription end date on the letter confirming your subscription and on your renewal letters. Alternatively, log on to where you can find full details of your subscription.

When will the first issue of my gift subscription be delivered?

You can usually specify which issue you would like your gift subscription to start with. Please speak to our customer service team on +44(0)1795 592 921.

Why are you writing to me before my subscription has ended?

If you pay by credit card, debit card or cheque, we will send you renewal notifications each year. To ensure that you are able to renew your subscription in time to guarantee an uninterrupted service, we will send these renewal letters to you before the end of your subscription.
If you do not wish to receive these letters, why not consider renewing by Direct Debit? Your payment will be taken on a regular basis and your subscription will simply continue until you tell us to stop sending you copies of The Week.

How do I renew my subscription?

If you're paying by Direct Debit, or continuous credit card, your subscription will continue on your current price until we advise you otherwise. You don't need to do anything, and we will continue to send copies out to you every week.
If you pay by credit or debit card, or cheque, we will send you advice and renewal prices in advance of the end of your subscription.

I'm a Print Only subscriber. How do I get the digital version of The Week on my iPad or Smartphone?

A lot of people ask how they can read The Week on their iPad or Smartphone, in addition to receiving the print version. If you would like to upgrade your Print Only subscription to Print + Digital you can follow these easy steps:

  • Log in to upgrade your subscription at
  • Enter your Subsinfo password (use the 'forgotten password' feature if you don’t know this)
  • Select 'Upgrade' and choose your preferred payment method
  • Enjoy continued digital access on your iPad, iPhone, Android device or Kindle Fire

What happens when my subscription comes to an end?

If you are paying by Direct Debit, your subscription will automatically continue with regular payments. If you paid by credit or debit card or by cheque, we'll send you letters to ensure you have enough time to renew your subscription before it ends.

I want to cancel my subscription. What should I do?

If you are paying by Direct Debit, you will need to cancel your Direct Debit mandate with your bank. Please also send a copy of your cancellation letter to us. Your subscription will continue until the end of the paid term. If you prefer to cancel immediately, simply call +44(0)1795 592 921 and we will arrange for a refund of all un–mailed copies.
If you are paying by credit card, debit card or cheque, please call us on +44(0)1795 592 921 and we will arrange a refund of all un–mailed copies.