FREE INQUIRY Now Offering Digital Subscriptions

December 19, 2016

FREE INQUIRY magazine now offers digital-only subscriptions! Since 2013, print subscribers have been able to read the full contents of each new issue online. Now it is possible to enter a digital-only subscription and enjoy Web-based access to FREE INQUIRY’s content without receiving physical magazines by mail.

Digital-only subscriptions will be more economical than print, reflecting savings in printing and postage: 

1 year  $35.00  $18.95
2 years  $58.00  $32.95
3 years  $84.00  $44.95 

Here’s how it works. You can enter a digital subscription at (You can also subscribe by phone or by mail. If you prefer to pay by check, you must subscribe by mail.) Ten to fifteen days after your subscription is entered, you will receive an email message including the account number associated with the new digital subscription. Using that account number, register at FREE INQUIRY’s website,

You will be prompted to create a username and password, after which you will be able to access all articles from the current issue (as well as selected past articles going back to 1996) on any digital device. Throughout your subscription term, you’ll receive a reminder email each time a new issue of FREE INQUIRY is published and when it is time to renew.


Gift subscriptions are also available – just the thing for a young person who prefers consuming media online or a friend or relative overseas.

To enter a digital subscription online:

To subscribe by phone: 1-800-458-1366, M-F 9 A. M. to 5 P. M. Eastern time.

To subscribe by mail: Mail your name, full address, and email address with your check payable to FREE INQUIRY or your credit card payment information, to:

P. O. Box 664
Amherst NY 14226-0664.

Checks must be denominated in U. S. or Canadian funds and drawn on a U. S. or Canadian bank. Digital subscriptions are available as new subscriptions only. Sorry, it is not possible to convert a current print subscription to digital only.

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The Center for Inquiry (CFI) is a nonprofit educational, advocacy, and research organization headquartered in Amherst, New York, with executive offices in Washington, D.C. It is also home to both the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry, the Council for Secular Humanism, and will soon be home to the Richard Dawkins Foundation for Reason & Science. The mission of CFI is to foster a secular society based on science, reason, freedom of inquiry, and humanist values. Visit CFI on the web at