Want to cancel your Amazon Prime subscription? Not sure how? Here’s a quick and easy guide to the process. Read on, and get all the information you need to cancel your Amazon Prime subscription. And for more information about this streaming service, you can take a look at our Amazon Prime Video review.
How to cancel your Amazon Prime subscription
It’s easy to cancel your Amazon Prime subscription from any desktop or laptop browser, and it only takes a few clicks to do so. Here’s a comprehensive guide.
1. Head to Amazon.com and sign in
First, sign into your account at Amazon.com. Then click “Accounts and Lists” and select “Your Prime Membership, as seen in the below screenshot.
2. Scroll down the left side of the next screen
You’re looking for an option on the left side of the screen which says “End Membership and Benefits.” It is located below the “Payment History” and “Preferred Payment Method” sections.
Then, click this button. Next, you’ll have to confirm that you really want to to cancel. Confirm your cancellation, and that’s it!
3. Sign back up at any time
Even if you’ve cancelled Prime, you can always restore your Amazon Prime Video membership and rejoin, which provides you with plenty of flexibility. You can only get a free trial once, though!
Alternative cancellation method – click one link!
If you don’t want to follow the above instructions, you can cancel in just a single click. Just click this link now, and click “End Membership” as seen in the above screenshot. Then, follow the prompts to confirm your membership cancellation.
Streaming services to try after cancelling Prime Video
If you want, you can also check out our full list of the Best Amazon Prime Video alternatives. There are tons of other options out there, so you’re sure to find a streaming service that’s right for you and your family. And if you ever change your mind, it’s easy to sign up for Prime Video again in the future.
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