How to Cancel your Amazon Prime Membership

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Amazon Prime has become a pretty popular subscription that almost everyone in the US has already. It’s not cheap, but has loads of great benefits. It’s $139 per year, which works out to about $11.58 per month, which is more than some streaming services. But the good thing is, you get more than just a streaming service. Prime offers Prime Video, as well as unlimited two-day, next-day and same-day deliveries. As well as discounts at Whole Foods and much more. It’s well worth the cost, if you are using it to its full potential.

Some may find that it’s not worth the $139 per year. And in that case you can opt to cancel your Amazon Prime account, which we’re showing you how to do right here.

How to cancel Amazon Prime

To cancel your Amazon Prime account, login to Amazon on a desktop browser.

Then, highlight your name in the corner, and find “Prime Membership” and click on that.

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From there, Tap on “Membership”.

At the bottom of that menu, you’ll find “End Membership” click on that.

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Now, Amazon will walk you through canceling your Amazon Prime membership. It’ll ask you to make sure that you want to cancel, before you actually cancel.

Can I get a refund?

Amazon will refund you, but you likely aren’t eligible for one. You see, Amazon will only refund you if you have not used your Prime membership since your credit card was charged.

Basically, if you signed up for a free trial, and it lapsed. And a few months later you decide you don’t need Prime, you can still get the full price back. Which is pretty neat, but unfortunate that they do not prorate it for those that have used it, and want to cancel.

When can I get a new free trial?

You can get a new free trial in a year. Prime members are only eligible for a free trial once every 12 months. Which means that if you cancel your membership today, you can’t sign up for another free trial until next year. If it has been more than a year then you can sign up for another 30-day free trial.

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