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How to cancel your Disney+ subscription

4 steps to take to break from your streaming subscription.

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If you’ve decided that Disney+ isn’t for you, follow these four steps to cancel:

Step 1: Log in to Disney+

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.

Disneyplus Menu

Step 2: Select account

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

Cancel Disney+

Step 3: Cancel subscription

On this screen you see your subscription details, billing date and payment method. To the right of your next billing date click Cancel subscription.

Cancel Disney+

Step 4: Confirm cancellation and cut-off date

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.

Cancel Disney+

What to do after canceling Disney+?

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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