Cabinet cannot accept returns except when items were damaged as a result of our amateur packing skills or lost as a result of the United States Postal Service's amateur mail delivery skills. Not liking our magazines or other tchotchkes does not warrant a return. We feel that you will grow to like them all if you just give it time, say, three years.
If you are in the US and order a subscription starting with the current issue, you can have the first issue of the subscription sent either by Media Mail (2-3 weeks) or Priority Mail (3-9 days). The rest of the subscription will be mailed as Periodicals Mail (2-4 weeks), as the issues come out. In general, the closer you are located to New York, the less time it takes to arrive.
If you are in the US and order a subscription starting with the next issue, your first issue as well as the rest of the subscription will be mailed as Periodicals Mail (2-4 weeks), as the issues come out. This means that, depending on where your placement of order falls in our quarterly cycle, your first issue may arrive in two weeks or in as long as three months.
All non-US subscriptions will be sent by a courier service. Please expect delivery in 3-5 weeks. This is an economy service and there is no tracking information available.
If you are in the US and order only one issue (such as a copy of the current issue), you can choose Media Mail (2-3 weeks) or Priority Mail (3-9 days). Two or more issues will be sent by Priority Mail.
All non-US back issue orders will be sent by USPS International Priority Mail. Please expect delivery in 2-3 weeks.
If you are in the US and order books, you can choose Media Mail (2-3 weeks) or Priority Mail (3-9 days).
All non-US book orders will be sent by USPS First-Class Mail International. Please expect delivery in 2-4 weeks.
Change of Address
If you move during your subscription period, please email your new address to subscriptions at cabinetmagazine dot org. This simple action wil save you from dreadful delivery delays and losses, and us from costly task of problem-solving. For a non-profit organization to survive, it is crucial to avoid any unnecessary loss of resources. Thank you for your kind support.