Cancel Amazon Prime swiftly and hassle-free
Amazon Prime is a subscription service offered by Amazon that allows its users access to a variety of services, including free delivery, ebooks, streaming music and video, and more.
In January 2020, Amazon revealed that Prime counts around 150 million users worldwide.
How to cancel Amazon Prime
Amazon Prime comes at a hefty subscription fee ($119 a year), and if you don’t see the value in paying for the service, here are a few ways of how to discontinue your membership.
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Cancel Amazon Prime via phone
Get in touch with Amazon customer support representative by calling 001-206-922-0880, and they will cancel your Prime subscription for you.
Cancel Amazon Prime via the company website
- Log into your Amazon Prime account
- Click on the Accounts and Lists in the drop-down menu in the top right corner
- Select Your Prime Membership
- Click on End Membership and Benefits
- Confirm that you would like to end your membership
Another option is to click on this link and then choose the End Membership option to confirm.
DoNotPay can manage your Amazon Prime subscription
The easiest way to cancel your Amazon Prime subscription is through DoNotPay. We can do this for you in a few steps:
And that’s done! We will notify you as soon as you’ve been unsubscribed from Amazon Prime. Alternatively, you can link your email or bank account to DoNotPay, and we’ll spot all of your inactive subscriptions, including Amazon Prime.
Can you pause your Amazon Prime subscription?
No, Amazon Prime doesn’t support this option.
Does Amazon Prime provide free trial?
Yes, as a new member, you can try Amazon Prime for free for 30 days.
Does Amazon Prime prorate their cancelations?
Yes. When you cancel the service, Amazon will let you know the date on which your Prime membership ends, but you can use the service until then. Amazon also states that paid members who haven’t used their benefits can receive a full refund of the current membership period.
This is what your Amazon Prime subscription fee may look like in your bank account:
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