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If you’ve decided that Disney+ isn’t for you, follow these four steps to cancel:
Head to the Disney+ official website on your laptop or PC. Log in with your username and password. You’ll then see your Disney+ profile in the top right corner of your screen. Click the Profile user icon.
Click Account in the dropdown menu. From here you’ll see your account details and another section titled subscription. Here you click Billing details.
On this screen you see your subscription details, billing date and payment method. To the right of your next billing date click Cancel subscription.
Read the final details before canceling. Disney+ notifies confirms your cancellation at the end of your current billing period. Click Complete cancellation. You can continue viewing Disney+ content using your account information until the billing period ends.
Once you cancel your Disney+ account, you don’t have access to the library. But keep tabs on new content coming to Disney+ to see what’s new.
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