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How to cancel your subscription to Disney Plus

Need to trim some monthly expenses? Maybe Disney Plus needs to go.

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Disney Plus is one of the more popular streaming services out there, with tons of shows and movies to watch. But if you run out of stuff you want to watch on Disney Plus, you can cancel your subscription and save some money.

Maybe you want to reduce your streaming bill, or just don’t want to pay for Disney Plus anymore now that The Mandalorian is over.

Whether you signed up for Mando, or you’ve binge-watched every single Marvel Cinematic Universe and Disney Princess movie, you might be wanting to cancel Disney Plus to save some money. Here’s how.

Here’s how to cancel Disney Plus

Slimming down your streaming bill is always a good thing. After all, isn’t that why you cut the cord in the first place and ditched cable? Here’s how to cancel Disney Plus so you have one less bill each month.

  1. Go to the Disney+ website and sign indisney plus log in

  2. Click on your Profiledisney plus profile picture

  3. Click on Accountdisney plus account

  4. Select your Subscription details in the middledisney plus subscription details

  5. Click on Cancel Subscriptiondisney plus cancel subscription

  6. Choose a reason for canceling Disney Plus (or select Other to give no reason)disney plus continue to cancel

  7. Confirm by clicking on No thanks, Cancel Disney+disney plus cancel final confirmation

  8. If you subscribed through another provider, you’ll have to go to their site instead. Instructions for Roku, Amazon, iTunes, and Google Play are found at the links.

READ MORE: How to change your email and password on Disney+

There, all done. Now you can cancel Disney Plus and save a little money each month. At least, until the next season of The Mandalorian comes out, or any of the multiple Star Wars spin-offs that are in production.

If you are looking for more subscription services to cancel, make sure to check out our comprehensive guide here.

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