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The Limbaugh Letter FAQ

The Limbaugh eLetter FAQ

The Limbaugh eLetter


Frequently Asked Questions


What’s the difference between The Limbaugh Letter and The Limbaugh eLetter, digital edition?
Rush’s monthly publication, The Limbaugh Letter, is available in both print and digital editions as separate subscriptions. The print edition is 16 pages and arrives in the mail at the beginning of each month. The Limbaugh eLetter, produced in digital format, contains all the content of the print edition — plus exclusive book excerpts, expanded articles, clickable web links, interactive graphics and animated illustrations, all Bonus Reports, and archived issues, starting with the very first newsletter from 1992. Limbaugh eLetter digital subscribers receive an email notification the moment each new edition of The Limbaugh eLetter is available.

On what devices can I read my Limbaugh eLetter, digital edition?
The Limbaugh eLetter digital edition is available through the Apple StoreGoogle Play, and Amazon and can be read on any device that supports apps from these stores.

How do I access The Limbaugh eLetter archive? 
The archive of past issues can be accessed in the app Library. If you sign up via your desktop computer, you will have immediate access. If purchasing through the Apple Store, you MUST click “Allow” when asked to share your information with the publisher. Please note that it can take up to 30 days to receive full access to the archive on your connected device.

For subscribers using Amazon devices, archived issues are only available if you purchased your subscription directly from TheLimbaughLetter.com. In this case, download The Limbaugh Letter app through Amazon and login using your email for full access to the archive. Unfortunately at this time, Amazon does not allow us to share the archive with subscribers who purchased their subscriptions directly from Amazon.

How do I update my Limbaugh Letter account information?
To make changes to your account — to change your mailing address, email address, credit card information, or to inquire about a missing issue, etc. — click here.

What should I do about billing questions or customer service issues?
For customer service billing inquiries, please email us here. Let us know whether you are writing about the print or the digital edition of The Limbaugh Letter and provide as much information as possible so that we may answer your question completely. Limbaugh Letter print edition subscribers may call 1-800-829-5386. Limbaugh eLetter digital edition subscribers may call 1-888-681-7072. Our customer service department is open Monday through Friday from 7 am to 12 midnight ET, and Weekends 9 am to 6 pm ET.

Do you offer both print and digital editions in a combination subscription?
Sorry, The Limbaugh eLetter is not available for combo subscriptions. However, you can purchase a combo offer of The Limbaugh Letter print and The Rush Limbaugh show 24/7 app here.

How do I renew my subscription to The Limbaugh Letter?
If you are a print subscriber, you will receive notification in the mail when it is time to renew your subscription. If we have your email address on file, we will also notify you via email.

If you are a digital subscriber, your subscription is set to automatically renew each year. The Limbaugh eLetter has a no-refunds policy. Cancellations must be submitted before your subscription is auto renewed. If you wish to cancel your subscription before automatic renewal occurs, please email us here or call toll-free 1-888-681-7072. If you subscribed via in app, contact your app store provider: Apple StoreGoogle PlayAmazon. To update your credit card, call 1-888-681-7072, Monday through Friday, 7 am to 12 midnight ET and Weekends, 9 am to 6 pm ET.

What is The Limbaugh Letter cancellation policy?
If you are a print subscriber, once you notify us of your decision to cancel, we will refund the cost of all unmailed issues of The Limbaugh Letter.

If you are a digital edition subscriber, The Limbaugh eLetter has a no-refunds policy.
Cancellations must be submitted before your subscription is auto renewed. To ensure auto renewal does not occur, please email us here or call customer service at 1-888-681-7072. If you subscribed via in app, please contact your app store provider: Apple Store, Google PlayAmazon.

What do I do if I subscribed to The Limbaugh Letter on Rush’s website and did not receive a confirmation email?
If you subscribed to the print edition and did not receive a confirmation email after placing your order and have checked your spam/junk email folders, please email us here or call customer service at 1-800-829-5386, Monday through Friday, 7 am to 12 midnight ET and Weekends, 9 am to 6 pm ET.

For digital subscriptions, please add thelimbaughletter@mailings1.gtxcel.com to your address book or safe list. The Limbaugh eLetter is available through the Apple StoreGoogle Play, and Amazon. For access on your device, simply download the free app in the device’s store and, upon launch of the app, enter your email as the Login. If you have further questions or concerns with this or require other assistance, please email us here or call toll-free 1-888-681-7072, Monday through Friday, 7 am to 12 midnight ET and Weekends, 9 am to 6 pm ET.

How do I contact Rush Limbaugh and/or the editorial department of The Limbaugh Letter?
You may send correspondence to: The Limbaugh Letter, 125 West 55th St. FL. 10, New York, NY 10019-7839.

You may email Rush at: elrushbo@eibnet.us.

How do I purchase back issues of the print edition of The Limbaugh Letter?
Please send $3.50 for each requested back issue to: The Limbaugh Letter, P.O. Box 420058, Palm Coast, FL 32142-0058 or call 1-800-829-5386.

How do I get permission to reprint or reproduce material from The Limbaugh Letter, print and/or digital editions?
Organizations and individuals may submit a written request to republish or photocopy any portion of The Limbaugh Letter to: The Limbaugh Letter, 125 West 55th St. FL. 10, New York, NY 10019-7839.





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