Cancel The Boston Globe Subscription Effortlessly

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How to Cancel The Boston Globe Subscription

The Boston Globe, or The Globe, is an American daily newspaper and the oldest and largest in Boston. The first major newspaper to openly criticize the Vietnam War, The Globe has won 26 Pulitzer Prizes in total.

The Boston Globe Cancelation Policy

The Boston Globe’s Terms of Purchase states that users can submit their cancelation notice any time by contacting the Customer Service. The following are the key points in the cancelation policy:

  1. Your future subscription-associated charges will stop when you cancel the subscription
  2. The cancelation is effective at the end of the current billing cycle
  3. The company doesn’t offer prorated cancelation refunds
  4. You will continue to have access to the content until the end of the current billing cycle

How Do I Cancel The Boston Globe Subscription on My Own?

If you are willing to deal with the customer service representatives and cancel The Boston Globe subscription by yourself, you can do so by contacting Customer Service:

  1. Via phone: 1-888-MY-GLOBE (694-6523)
  2. By email:
  3. Globot chat or live chat

Operating hours are:

  • Phone: Monday–Friday: 7 a.m. – 6 p.m.; Saturday/Sunday: 8 a.m. – 3 p.m.
  • Email: 24/7
  • Globot chat: 24/7
  • Live chat: Monday – Friday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.; Saturday/Sunday: 8 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Note that, in addition to the phone option, canceling subscription via email and chat is only available for the residents of California, Oregon, Virginia, and Vermont as well as international users. All the other U.S. residents can cancel their subscriptions only by phone.

If you’d rather go around The Boston Globe’s Customer Service, you can resort to DoNotPay for help.

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Cancel Your Boston Globe Subscription the DoNotPay Way

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You don’t need to worry about calling or corresponding with the Customer Service at The Boston Globe or any other service provider.

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You can start by opening a DoNotPay account in any and taking the following steps:

  1. Log into your account
  2. Go for the Find Hidden Money option
  3. Type in The Boston Globe Subscription as the service you want to cancel

Once your cancelation has been finalized, we will notify you.

What Are The Boston Globe Subscription Rates?

To learn more about The Globe’s subscription rates and benefits, check out the table below.

Subscription Plan



Digital subscription

  • Introductory price 99 ¢/week for the first four weeks
  • $27.72 every four weeks
  • Unlimited access to articles online
  • Investigative reports and comprehensive politics, lifestyle, and sports coverage
  • Breaking news with updates
  • Access to article archives
  • Special pricing for Globe events
  • Access to the comment section

Home delivery subscription

  • The price depends on the ZIP code
  • Printed copies
  • Member center where you can manage your account online
  • Newsletter options

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