sub·scrip·tion /səbˈskrɪpʃən/ noun plural sub·scrip·tions
an agreement that you make with a company to get a publication or service regularly and that you usually pay for in advance [count
] ▪ a magazine/newspaper subscription = a subscription to a magazine/newspaper ▪ Annual/monthly subscriptions cost $20. ▪ She bought a subscription. = She took out a subscription. ▪ online subscription services ▪ I'm going to renew/cancel my subscription.
] ▪ You won't find this magazine at newsstands. It's sold only by subscription.
] Brit :
a fee that you pay regularly to belong to or support an organization