Some $87,000 in subscription money rolled in before Dykstra even wrote his first newsletter.
Even with the smaller guaranteed circulation, it still retains $40 million in subscription liabilities owed to readers.
Because who needs a social life when you have a Netflix subscription?
Back in the day, I marshaled some of the rare coins I had in junior high and took out a subscription to Rolling Stone.
Courtesy of Coombs, Manning now has a subscription to his favorite magazine, Scientific American.
I then headed a subscription paper with $50, and the people here added enough by timber and labor to make in all $300.
A subscription list that she had opened had a weak and unpromising appearance.
I remember thinking something of the sort at the time and doubling my subscription.
He opened a subscription to cover the expenses of the funeral.
Mr. Hill also promoted a subscription to a volume of his Miscellanies, and furnished part of the poems of which it was composed.
c.1400, "piece of writing at the end of a document," from Middle French subscription, from Latin subscriptionem (nominative subscriptio) "anything written underneath, a signature," noun of action from past participle stem of subscribere (see subscribe for etymology and sense development).
subscription sub·scrip·tion (səb-skrĭp'shən)
The part of a prescription giving the directions to the pharmacist.