There are lots of easy ways to get hold of Women’s Running for all the running inspiration you need. Whether you want print or digital, a subscription or single issue, here’s the deal...
Get your print magazine
You can pick up your copy of Women’s Running from selected Sainsbury’s, WHSmiths, Tesco, Asda, Morrison’s, Marks & Spencer’s, Waitrose, Eason’s (Ireland), McColls and independent newsagents. Find your nearest stockist here.
If you can’t find the magazine, or you’re stuck at home, you can get Women’s Running delivered straight to your door direct from us, the publisher. The current issue and back issues can be found here.
Want to subscribe and save money off the shop price? Then you can order your print subscription really easily online here.
But it’s not just a subscription – no – it’s membership to Women’s Running Plus! That means you get the magazine delivered to your home every month in a recyclable paper wrap, unlimited access to the digital magazine archive, our free edit newsletter, plus discounts on all of our Anthem magazines and merchandise, AND discounts with our nutrition, training and kit partners.
All of this for a fraction of the monthly cover price. It really is the best way to get the most out of Women’s Running, at the best price.
Get your digital magazine
Women’s Running can be found on numerous digital platforms.
The simplest way is to download the Women’s Running magazine app to your phone or tablet for free and pay for single issues or a subscription within the app. You can switch between the page turner format and the mobile friendly format for a great reader experience.
The benefits of subscribing to the digital edition are huge – save paper, get instant access every time an issue is released, and save on physical storage space at home! Plus you’ll save money compared to the print edition as single issues are only £3.99 and a subscription starts from £2.99 per issue!
Of course, if you become a member you get FREE access to the magazine archive plus every new issue as it’s released. This really is the most cost-effective way to read the digital editions, plus the archive is fully searchable so you can find exactly what you’re looking for.
Happy reading and happy running!