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Prices are effective for 2015 volumes, unless otherwise specified, and are subject to change without notice. Subscriptions are available for 'bundled' and online only and print only. Please note that reduced rate subscriptions do not give online access unless specified.
Cambridge University Press operates tiered pricing for two of its journal subscriptions, Journal of British Studies and Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology. Click here to download our tier descriptions.
All subscriptions are payable in advance and all rates include postage by air where applicable. For journals printed in the UK and sent to customers in North America, this includes quick air despatch from London to New York, and then surface onward, where journals are usually mailed via Periodicals rate (when eligible) or Standard A or B non-profit rate.
Subscriptions are entered on an annual basis, i.e. January to December. Prices shown are effective for 2015 volumes and are subject to change without notice. Where applicable the relevant Value Added Tax, Goods & Services or Sales Tax will be charged.
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Back issues and back volumes are available for most titles at the current subscription rate. Please contact us for availability. Many journals now have their full back archives available (back to Vol.1:1) in digital format. Please contact us for a separate price list or click here.
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Free print sample copies are supplied to agents and their clients, subject to availability, for journals with three or more issues per year. Leaflets giving more information are also available. Electronic sample issues are also freely available online at http://journals.cambridge.org-go to the individual home page of the journal you are interested in.
Orders are regarded as firm and no refunds of subscriptions will be made after the earlier of: (1) the first issue of the journal for the year has been despatched; or (2) six months has passed.
Booksellers ordering Cambridge journals should note the 5% discount policy, that prepayment is required, and that returns are not accepted.
We now have over 350 journals available as part of the Cambridge Journals Online service. Full contents to both current and back issues can be accessed. Searches can be carried out across the entire database, and subscribers can view and print pages (including illustrations), exactly as they would see them in hard copy issues.
The price list shows rates for print plus online subscriptions and electronic-only subscriptions. However, print-only rates are available for most journals if you have a customer who is unable to take advantage of the online access. For orders outside North America, call +44 (0) 1223 326070, or email email@example.com. In North America call customer services at +1 845 348 4550 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. You should note that customers receiving either the print plus online subscriptions or electronic-only subscriptions benefit from free access to some back volumes online, the range of which depends on journal and this information can be found on the price list. For more information on purchasing archives to journals, please click here for further information. Please contact email@example.com if any of your customers have trouble accessing their online journals.