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Jerusalem Post Ivrit

Jerusalem Post Ivrit
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Jerusalem Post Ivrit
Jerusalem Post Ivrit magazine is meant for people with basic reading abilities in Hebrew, who want to improve their knowledge of the language. The magazine has 36 quality content pages, that discuss the Israeli and Jewish culture: the meaning of the holidays, the secret of letters in the Kabbala, Israeli culture, the entire family can learn an Israeli song, game page for children and a poster, recipes and more. The magazine is constructed of articles on three levels: easy, intermediate and difficult, accompanied by a Hebrew-English dictionary and transcription that helps the reader to pronounce the words correctly. All the articles are partially punctuated. This is the time to subscribe to JPI and connect to the Israeli culture and the Jewish tradition with great pleasure!

Don’t miss an issue of your favorite magazine! Renew Jerusalem Post Ivrit magazine subscription now for just $87.00. Get 12 issues of Jerusalem Post Ivrit delivered to your home on a Monthly basis. Renewals to Jerusalem Post Ivrit will be added to your remaining issues and extended.

Some Quick Facts About Jerusalem Post Ivrit Magazine this Holiday Season!

Publisher: Jpost Inc
Issues per year: 12
First Issue Delivery: 8 to 12 Weeks. Click here for more info
Publishing Frequency: Monthly
Auto-renewals: NO AUTO-RENEWALS when you order your subscription to Jerusalem Post Ivrit with us.

Frequently Asked Questions On Jerusalem Post Ivrit Magazine Subscription:

Q. How do I renew my subscription To Jerusalem Post Ivrit Magazine?

You can renew your subscription to Jerusalem Post Ivrit magazine online by selecting the RENEW option and entering the mailing address from your current issue of Jerusalem Post Ivrit. This will add your renewal to your existing subscription without duplicates. You do not need an account number to renew your Jerusalem Post Ivrit magazine subscription. Please expect to see the new expiration date on your current cover of Jerusalem Post Ivrit magazine within 8 to 12 Weeks weeks of renewing. Since we do not auto-renew, we recommend renewing at least 8-12 weeks before your Jerusalem Post Ivrit magazine subscription expires. We will send you a renewal reminder via email only close to expiry.

NOTE: If you previously ordered magazine subscriptions through Amazon, your renewal with us will be added to your existing subscription and extended with no duplicates. We do not automatically renew subscriptions or send out bills. Please note that effective March 9, 2023, Amazon no longer sells print and Kindle magazine and newspaper subscriptions. Read more.

Q. I received a special offer in the mail for a price lower than what is on your website. Can you match this price?

If you received an offer for a lower price than what is on our website, simply email us the details and we will try and match the offer. All our prices are the lowest publisher-authorized prices for Jerusalem Post Ivrit magazine and we will check to ensure the accuracy of what is listed on our site. Please note that most lower prices come with automatic renewals at the rate in effect which is normally higher. By signing up with these lower prices you are agreeing to the automatic renewal. We will never auto-renew your Jerusalem Post Ivrit subscription.

Q. When will my first issue of Jerusalem Post Ivrit start?

Jerusalem Post Ivrit magazine is published 12 times a year, therefore, your first issue will start approximately 8 to 12 Weeks of placing your order. This is because when we receive your order, it takes about a week for your subscription to be received and scheduled by the publisher. It will then be included with the publisher's next production cycle and shipped to you via standard mail.

Q. How can I change my address for Jerusalem Post Ivrit Magazine?

Changing your address can be done easily online. Please follow 'My Active Subscriptions,' and click on address change link next to your magazine and enter your new address. That’s it! If you did not order from us, please contact Jerusalem Post Ivrit publisher by following the 'Magazine Subscriber Services,' link above for the 1-800 number for online support.

Q: How do I report a missed issue of Jerusalem Post Ivrit?

If you have missed any issue of Jerusalem Post Ivrit, please let us know and we will extend your subscription by the number of issues missed and also find out if the post office is having any problems delivering your subscription. Note that Jerusalem Post Ivrit magazine is published 12 times a year therefore a Monthly publication.

Q. Where can I find my expiration date for Jerusalem Post Ivrit?

The month and expiration date (month/year e.g. Dec 22) of your Jerusalem Post Ivrit subscription can be found on your magazine label above your name on the right.

Q. Do you have any coupons for Jerusalem Post Ivrit Magazine?

We currently offer Jerusalem Post Ivrit magazine at a discounted rate of $87.00 for a full-year subscription. That is at a % discount off the newsstand price. Please email us for any issues with pricing, offers, or coupons to better assist you.

Q. I renewed my Jerusalem Post Ivrit subscription but received a renewal notice in the mail. Why is that?

Renewal notices are automatically mailed out by the publisher 8 weeks or even 16 weeks before your Jerusalem Post Ivrit subscription expires. The notices might also come from other companies soliciting subscriptions. Unfortunately, we have no control over that. However, if you ordered from us, simply ignore the notices since you do not owe anything!

Q. I no longer want to renew my Jerusalem Post Ivrit Magazine. Why do I keep receiving bills?

If you ordered your Jerusalem Post Ivrit magazine from the publisher with the auto-renewals or "bill me later" option, you might be obligated to pay the invoice as part of their preferred continuous service unless you cancel. To call Jerusalem Post Ivrit and cancel or ask them to stop sending you invoices, please go to Magazine Subscriber Services for publisher customer service. If you ordered from us, simply ignore the reminders since we do not offer auto-renewals or mail-out bills or invoices.

Q. I would like to give Jerusalem Post Ivrit as a gift this holiday season. How can I do that?

You can order a gift subscription by following the Give a Gift Subscription link above to be taken directly to Jerusalem Post Ivrit gift page.

Q. How do I cancel my Jerusalem Post Ivrit magazine?

To cancel your Jerusalem Post Ivrit magazine, simply go to your account or Magazine Subscriber Services link above for publisher customer service --both by phone or online. The publisher might have information on where the subscription originated from. Remember, Subscribe Renew does not send out unsolicited subscriptions or free trials however if you feel this might be a gift from someone, email us and we will find out if it was ordered from us and provide you with the gift giver details.

Q. I received Jerusalem Post Ivrit magazine and I don’t like it. Can I replace it for another Christianity magazine?

Of course, you can! We would like your experience with any magazines ordered from us to be enjoyable. Please contact us and include the magazine you would like as a replacement.

Q. I currently read Jerusalem Post Ivrit magazine would like to write a review. How can I do that?

It’s simple! Please go to the reviews tab above and write a review.

Q. In what format does the digital subscriptions of Jerusalem Post Ivrit come in?

If available, full access to the digital version of Jerusalem Post Ivrit magazine will be delivered via email within 4-6 weeks. You can view your digital issue via iPad, mobile device, desktop, etc. just as you would with any web page. If available, the option to order a digital subscription is under ‘Options.’ Simply select 'Digital' and proceed to checkout. Some print subscriptions come with FREE digital access. If available, this will be shown next to the Jerusalem Post Ivrit magazine cover above.

Q. Is Jerusalem Post Ivrit magazine still being published?

Yes, Jerusalem Post Ivrit magazine is still being published by Jpost Inc.

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