PlayStation Vue’s service is not the cheapest option on the market for cord-cutters, so if you’d like to try a different service, you may be wondering how to cancel your PlayStation Vue subscription in favor of a different service. Here’s how.

How to Cancel Your PlayStation Vue Subscription

You can easily cancel your PlayStation Vue subscription from any device, but we recommend doing it from a desktop or laptop computer, as apps sometimes offer a limited view of your subscription settings.

1. Go to your name and click “Settings” (top right)

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Source: PlayStation Vue

2. Click on “Manage Subscription” on the bottom left

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Source: PlayStation Vue

3. Select “Cancel Subscription” on the bottom right

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Source: PlayStation Vue

4. Click on “Proceed”

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Source: PlayStation Vue

Can I restart my PlayStation Vue subscription later?

PlayStation Vue will let you finish out your current billing cycle or free trial. If you want to re-up your service, you can do so by logging back into your account and reactivating. If you have any recorded videos, they will likely be deleted after your account fully cancels. Once you cancel you will no longer be billed by the service.

Are there are any good DirecTV Now alternatives?

PlayStation Vue may be a bit pricier than you’re willing to pay for some channels. A good, lower-cost alternative is Sling TV, but you may also want to consider options such as fuboTV, Hulu + Live TV, Philo, YouTube TV, DirecTV Now, or AT&T WatchTV.

Not Sure What PlayStation Now Alternatives Fit Your Needs? Try Cord Cutter Express!

PlayStation Now offers an extensive lineup of channels, but there may be some gaps that you simply can’t tolerate, or the price may be too high. We recommend you use our Cord Cutter Express tool to compare channel packages, prices, and features.

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