Please note: These answers are specific to the printed version of Airstream Life magazine. If you have questions about the free Online Edition, click here.
Q: How do I log in to check my expiration date, change my address, or extend my subscription?
A: Look at the mailing label on your next Airstream Life magazine (on the plastic bag). A username and password are printed on the label. See page 5 of your most recent magazine for an example. Use that information to log in here. If you don’t have your label, you can log in with your email address (if we have it one file) and your zip code. If you don’t have any of those things, send us a note.
Q: How long is the Airstream Life magazine?
Printed issues current run 64 pages. In 2005-2006 some issues were 80 pages.
Q: When is Airstream Life published?
Issues are published and mailed quarterly. The Spring issue comes out in February, Summer in May, Fall in August, and Winter in November.
Q: Where’s my copy? Everyone else has theirs already!
Periodicals like Airstream Life get handled differently by the post office than First Class mail. It will take up to three weeks for your issue to arrive, from the day it is mailed. We don’t have any control over this, unfortunately. Please be patient, but if it has been over three weeks since mailing, use our contact form to request a replacement copy.
Q: Is Airstream Life available in bookstores or other outlets?
We’re not in bookstores currently. You can sometimes find Airstream Life at the retail outlets of select Airstream dealers, but their copies usually disappear quickly! The best way to get the magazine is to subscribe.
Q: When will I get my first issue?
If you paid our regular rate of $24 for a one-year subscription, you will receive the next issue when it is printed. This can be up to 12 weeks, since Airstream Life is published quarterly. If you choose our “Get Your First Issue Fast” option at $4 additional, we will mail the most recent issue printed within two weeks. Thereafter you’ll be on the regular issue schedule.
Q: Can I get back issues, too?
Yes, you can while supplies last. Back issues are $8 each. Just check off the appropriate box on our subscription form. You can also order back issues through our web store. We have a special offer for every back issue available at 40% off! (Magazines from 2004 and several other issues are sold out, so check the store to see what is still available.)
Q: What does it cost to subscribe in the US and Canada?
A one-year subscription to an address in the US or Canada is just $24. That includes 4 quarterly issues. A two-year subscription is $45 (a $3 savings).
Q: Can you ship to subscribers out of the US?
A: Yes! Here are our rates for subscriptions mailed to foreign countries:
CANADA: A one-year subscription is $24 — same price as for US subscribers. Please make checks payable in US dollars on a US bank, or use a Money Order or Credit Card.
WESTERN EUROPE, AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND, JAPAN, ISRAEL, MEXICO: A one-year subscription is US$46 for airmail.
For other countries, please inquire.
Q: Can I subscribe by mail rather than through this website?
A: Sure! Just print out the form here and mail it with a check to: Airstream Life, 411 Walnut St #4468, Green Cove Springs, FL 32043.
Q: Can I get a sample issue?
A: Sorry, no but try our free Online Edition — click here for more information.
Or, take advantage of our 100% money back guarantee! Subscribe now and if you don’t think Airstream Life is a great magazine, just cancel before the second issue arrives, and get a full refund. That’s our guarantee to every new subscriber!
Q: My other magazines are often damaged in the mail. How do you prevent this?
A: Each issue of Airstream Life is wrapped in a plastic bag (polybag) to prevent damage in the mail. If your issue arrives damaged, just contact us and we’ll send a replacement copy free.
Q: Is my satisfaction guaranteed?
A: YES, absolutely! If you subscribe and then decide Airstream Life is not for you after you’ve read the first issue, just contact us and we will refund 100% of your subscription price. No hassles. If you cancel after the second issue, we will refund a pro-rated portion of your subscription price.
Q: Do you have a classified section?
Q: I’d like to submit an article or a photo. How do I do this?
A: Just take a look at our Writer’s Guidelines and follow the instructions. We pay for articles and some photos published in the magazine, and are constantly reviewing article proposals from both experienced professionals and talented amateurs!
For a single photo, visit our contact form and we’ll email you instructions.
Q: Do you accept press releases?
A: Press releases from companies and organizations serving the Airstream owner community are welcome, however we have limited space available to print announcements. Those most likely to be selected for inclusion in the magazine will have significant and direct relevance to the Airstream user community. Examples include interesting commercial uses of Airstreams for promotion, unique new products (appropriate for Rivet Bits, or Mobile Technology), and news about destinations suitable for Airstreams.
Press releases announcing staff changes, corporate-level activity, pricing or sales, etc., are not suitable.
To submit a press release, either use our contact form or mail it in (see contact page).
Q: Does Airstream, Inc. publish or own the magazine? Is Airstream Life editorially independent?
A: Airstream Life is 100% owned and published by Church Street Publishing, Inc., an independent publisher. Certain trademarks and images are licensed from Airstream, Inc., and Airstream provides us with information from time to time, including advance notice of new products and exclusive access to the factory staff. However, all editorial content is the responsibility of Church Street Publishing, Inc.
Q: I have a website that sells Airstream-related stuff. Can I sell Airstream Life, too?
A: Sure. The easiest way to get set up to sell Airstream Life online is to get become an associate seller of Amazon.com. They carry Airstream Life and you can integrate their systems into your website. Read more here.