Cancel Amazon Music Membership

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Cancel Amazon Music in 30 Seconds

Amazon has notoriously difficult cancellation processes for all of their services. If you want to learn how to cancel Amazon music without having to go through the tedious process on their website or spend hours talking to Amazon’s customer support—you’re in the right place.

How to Cancel Amazon Music the Hard Way

There are a couple of ways to cancel your Amazon Music subscription. Here’s how you can unsubscribe from Amazon Music the old-fashioned way:

How to cancel Amazon Music via phone

  1. Contact the support team by dialing (866) 216-1072
  2. Wait in a phone queue until someone picks up the phone
  3. State your account’s credentials for authentication purposes
  4. Explain that you want to unsubscribe from Amazon Music
  5. Follow the instructions provided by the operator

How to cancel Amazon Music online

  1. Sign in to your account through the Amazon Music login page
  2. Go to Amazon Music Settings
  3. Open the Amazon Music Unlimited section
  4. Click on the Cancel option in your Subscription Renewal details
  5. Confirm the cancelation

If you subscribed to Amazon Music through iTunes, then the cancelation guide explained above will not work for you. Here’s what you need to do instead:

  1. Open the Settings app on your phone
  2. Tap your name
  3. Hit Subscriptions
  4. Find Amazon Music
  5. Tap Cancel Subscription

Can I Pause My Amazon Music Subscription Instead of Cancelling It?

Amazon doesn’t provide an option to pause any of their services. You can either continue paying or cancel Amazon Music; there aren’t any alternatives.

Cancel Amazon Music In Seconds With DoNotPay

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Instead of tackling the cancelation process on your own, you can cancel Amazon Music with DoNotPay in a matter of seconds. To unsubscribe from Amazon Music through our app, all you need to do is follow these simple steps:

  1. Open the DoNotPay app either on a
  2. Click on Find Hidden Money
  3. Type in Amazon Music
  4. Cancel the subscription

DoNotPay takes it from here and completes the process in your stead. If there are any hiccups with the cancellation process, we’ll deal with the provider’s representatives and get back to as soon as the job is done—in two days tops.

With DoNotPay, Managing Your Subscriptions Is a Piece of Cake

When you , you’ll have the option to connect your email address or bank account to the application. This lets the app automatically put together a list of all your recurring subscriptions, so you can cancel any subscriptions you’re using in an instant and save hundreds of dollars monthly!

Does Amazon Music Free Trial Auto-Renew Into a Paid Subscription?

If you’ve subscribed to Amazon Music Unlimited, note that after the initial 30-day free trial, it will auto-renew into a paid subscription. The subscription fee is $9.99 ($7.99 if you’re an Amazon Prime member), plus any applicable taxes.

In other words, if you don’t cancel your Amazon Music Unlimited subscription before the trial period expires, you’ll be charged more than $10 for the following month. If you forget about the free trial and stop using the service altogether, you’re basically flushing $10 down the drain month after month.

But what if there was a way to sign up for free trials without having to worry about auto-renewals and unwanted charges? Great news—there is!

DoNotPay’s Virtual Credit Cards Stop Free Trials Before Providers Get a Chance To Charge You

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With DoNotPay’s virtual credit cards, you can sign up for Amazon Music and any other online service without having to provide your actual credit card information. Our app lets you enjoy free trials without the risk of being automatically charged once they expire.

Our Free Trial Card generates a random card number, expiration date, and CVV, so it looks like a real credit card to the service provider. At the same time, it’s not connected to your physical chip card, meaning Amazon or any other service provider cannot charge you after the free trial.

Worthwhile Alternatives to Amazon Music

Qobuz$14.99 per month
  • Top-of-the-line streaming
  • Rich documentation attached to tracks and albums
  • High-resolution audio
Google Play MusicFree
  • Completely free to use
  • No advertisements
  • You can make instant mixes
Deezer Music$0-$19.99 per month
  • Available in 182 countries
  • Built-in lyrics system
  • Huge collection of music

If Push Comes To Shove, DoNotPay Can Help You Send Demand Letters To Amazon Music

DoNotPay also enables our users to initiate small claims court cases, so we’re precisely what you need if Amazon Music or any other service provider hurts your consumer rights.

With the quality of our service guaranteed by the 2020 Louis M. Brown Award for Access, our app is an ideal option if you’re looking for some swift justice—we’ll help you gather all the necessary documentation and get the case off on the right foot.

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