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Payment terms

Subscriptions to Emerald content are payable annually in advance. All invoices must be paid within 28 days – print orders and online access requests will only be actioned once payment has been received.

We can accept payments via the following channels:

  • Bank transfer
  • Credit cards
  • Cheques

If your subscription is held via a subscription agent, please contact them with any queries about your order. 

Our contact information

Emerald Publishing
Subscriptions Department
Howard House
Wagon Lane
United Kingdom
BD16 1WA

Tel:  +44 (0)1274 785 281
Fax: +44 (0)1274 785 200
E-mail: [email protected]

Payment methods

Bank transfer

Payments can be made using BACS (Bankers’ Automated Clearing Services).

Our bank details:

Barclays Bank Plc,
10 Market Street

Account Name: Emerald Publishing Limited

Additional bank account details

Currency Account Number   Additional Information
£GBP 40508470 Sort Code: 20-11-81

IBAN: GB78 BARC 201181 40508470


$USD 87855777

IBAN: GB48 BARC 201181 87855777


$AUD 78583077

IBAN: GB31 BARC 201181 78583077


€EURO 79384844

IBAN: GB06 BARC 201181 79384844


To avoid confusion when paying via BACS, please send your remittance advice, quoting our account reference or invoice number, to the Subscriptions Department at the UK address above.

Credit cards

We accept payments via Visa, MasterCard or American Express.
When paying by credit card, please quote the:

  • Card number
  • Expiry date
  • 3 digital security code (located on the back of your card)
  • Cardholder’s name

And, please include your email address or telephone number in case we need to contact you about your order.


Cheques should be made payable to Emerald Publishing Limited, and marked for the attention of the Subscriptions Department.


Unless a VAT exemption certificate is produced, VAT at the applicable rate is due on:

  • Print issues delivered within the EU
  • Electronic services provided to customers located within the EU

For non-UK EU business customers who can produce a valid VAT number, VAT may be zero-rated, subject to the reverse charge, on the portion of the invoice relating to electronic services provided outside the UK.

For EU customers unable to provide a VAT number, VAT will be charged on the electronic services using the rate in the country where the customer is located.

VAT may be zero-rated provided delivery is to a non-EU address, or the service is provided to a customer located outside the EU or South Africa.

Emerald Publishing reserves the right to change the price to reflect any change in the VAT rate.

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