Cancel Book of the Month fast and simple
Book of the Month is a subscription-based online service that offers its members a choice of five new hardcover books each month.
How to cancel Book of the Month
If you’re no longer enjoying your Book of the Month subscription, there are a few ways of canceling your membership.
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Cancel Book of the Month via the phone
Call the Book of the Month team to request a cancelation of your subscription on 1-888-784-2670.
Cancel Book of the Month via email
To cancel via email, send the Book of the Month team a note to email@example.com. Make sure they send you an email confirming the cancelation!
DoNotPay can request your Book of the Month cancelation for you
If you don’t feel like reaching out to Book of the Month personally, let us handle the cancelation request for you. All that you need to do is the following:
- Log in to DoNotPay via your web browser or the iOS app
- Choose Find Hidden Money
- Enter “Book of the Month”
- Wait for our confirmation email
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Does Book of the Month offer a free trial?
No, Book of the Month doesn’t have a free trial.
Will Book of the Month let me pause my subscription instead of canceling?
Yes. With Book of the Month, you can skip one month if you don’t like the book selection of that month. As explained on the company’s FAQ page, there are two ways you can do that:
- Visit the My BOTM, and click on the ‘SKIP THE MONTH’ button at the bottom of the page, then click Confirm.
- Click the book icon in the upper right of the navigation bar and hit the ‘SKIP THE MONTH’ button, then click Confirm.
Does Book of the Month prorate its cancelations?
If you cancel your subscription, you lose your membership benefits, meaning you will no longer be eligible to choose a hardcover book to be delivered to you. If you decide to skip a month, you will not be charged for it, and your credit will roll over to the next month.
What are the best alternatives to Book of the Month?
If the bookworm inside you isn’t quite satisfied with Book of the Month, don’t worry as there are plenty of other book subscription boxes to choose from.
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