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How to cancel your Disney+ subscription

Need to take a break from streaming for a while? Cancelling your Disney+ account is quick and easy. Read our step-by-step guide.

You’ve decided Disney+ wasn’t for you. That’s fine, but before you depart, remember that Disney+ owns its entire content library. So unlike Netflix, whose TV shows and movies come and go, Disney’s will remain.

Here are the steps to cancel your Disney+ subscription:

Step 1: Log in to Disney+

Head to the Disney+ official website on your laptop or PC. Next you’ll have to log in with your username and password. You’ll then see your Disney+ profile in the top right corner of your screen. Click the user icon that says “Profile”.

Disney Plus menu screenshot

Step 2: Select account

Click on “Account” in the dropdown menu. From here you’ll see your account details and another section titled subscription. Here you have to click on “Billing details”.

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Step 3: Cancel subscription

On this screen you will see your subscription details, next billing date and payment method. To the side of your next billing date is “Cancel Subscription” which you will click through on.

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Step 4: Confirm cancellation and cut-off date

Now you’re given all the final details before cancelling your account. You’ll be notified your cancellation will take effect once you’ve reached the end of your current billing period. Click on the big red button that says “COMPLETE CANCELLATION”.

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What to do after cancelling Disney+?

All done. Now whether you’ve decided to cancel Disney+ because you didn’t like it or already have multiple streaming subscriptions is entirely up to you. We’d suggest keeping tabs on new content coming to Disney+ in case this is what you’re hanging out for.

Otherwise head over to our full guide for TV streaming in Canada and compare all of your options. There’s a mix of free and subscription services so that you can find the best fit for you.

Image source: Disney+ website

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