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How much does newspaper subscription cost?
Similarly one may ask, how much does newspaper cost?
The detail of that pricing may surprise you. 44 percent of U.S. dailies now charge $1 for a weekday paper, according to a 2014 AAM 2014 study, while 39 percent charge 75 cents. It wasn't that many years ago that 50 cents replaced a quarter as the standard.
Furthermore, how much did a newspaper cost in the 1950s? The price of the daily was increased over the years, reaching 5 cents in 1950 and 10 cents in 1963. The price of the Sunday edition was 5 cents in 1889, rose to 10 cents in 1930 and to 15 cents in 1947. It went to 20 cents in 1952 and to 25 cents in 1955, subsequently being increased to its present rate of 60 cents.
Considering this, are newspaper subscriptions worth it?
Any newspaper or magazine you actually read is worthy of its subscription value. But there are a few publications that offer some additional benefits. From buyer's remorse prevention to stress relief, a subscription to one of these publications is worth the price — and more.
What is a newspaper subscription?
Newspaper subscribers are defined here as those who personally pay for either a print version of a newspaper, a digital-only version of a newspaper, or both print and digital versions of a newspaper.