About Cosmopolitan Magazine
Cosmopolitan magazine, also known as Cosmo, is an international fashion and entertainment magazine for women. Cosmopolitan launched as a family magazine in 1886 headed by Schlicht & Field of New York. The current version of Cosmo as a women’s magazine launched in 1965 when Helen Gurley Brown took over as chief editor of the magazine. Currently, Cosmopolitan includes content such as relationships and sex, health, careers, self-improvement, celebrities, fashion, horoscopes, and beauty. Cosmopolitan has a circulation of over 3 million readers in the USA and also publishes 64 international editions including Australia, Finland, France, Greece, Latin America, Malaysia, the Middle East, Norway, South Africa, and the United Kingdom among others.
Cover price for the magazine if purchased at a store or newsstand is $4.99 per issue for each monthly issue, with the special editions in January and August priced at $5.99. Subscriptions to Cosmopolitan are offered in 2 options, a 1-year subscription, and a 2-year subscription. 1-year subscriptions are priced at $12.00 for 12 issues of the magazine, a savings of approximately 80% off the cover price. 2-year subscriptions are available for $22.00 for 24 issues, a savings of approximately 82% off the cover price. Shipping to Canada adds an additional $24.00 to the cost, which shipping for international editions outside the USA and Canada adds $60.00. Subscriptions automatically renew at the end of the 1 or 2-year period but can be cancelled at any time without penalty. Refunds for subscriptions being cancelled early may be available in some cases. More information is available below on this page to assist you in cancelling your subscription to Cosmopolitan magazine.