National Geographic has been enthralling readers for years. Their current events coverage, as well as discoveries from cultures past, captured in brilliant photos and captivating articles have readers of all ages entertained.
National Geographic is a beloved magazine, but also on the upper end of the subscription cost spectrum. Plus, you may not have even realized it, but you may have unwillingly signed on for an auto-renewal membership. If you do nothing, your credit card will automatically be charged for another subscription year at the renewal rate then in effect.
You don’t want to put yourself in this position, but if you already have here’s how to cancel National Geographic.
For subscriptions purchased through Apple, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Google Play, and Zinio you will need to contact the third party directly for customer support.
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