Cancel Bumble Boost fast and easy
Bumble is a social app that helps people get in contact with potential partners, friends, or business associates. In heterosexual matches, the woman is required to make the first contact as a way to promote equality. The base form of the app is free, but the premium feature—Bumble Boost—comes at a charge.
How to cancel Bumble Boost manually
If you would like to know how to cancel Bumble Boost, here’s all the info you need.
Cancel Bumble Boost on Android
If you own an Android, and you’ve used your credit card to subscribe to Bumble Boost, you’ll need to:
- Open the app.
- Hit the menu icon at the top left of the app.
- Click the Bumble Boost section, which is right below your profile photo.
- Tap “Manage your subscription.”
- Click “Cancel.”
Cancel Bumble Boost through Google Play
If you used Google Play to subscribe to Bumble Boost, you’ll need to follow these steps to cancel:
- Access the Google Play Store.
- Find “Account” below the Play store menu.
- Hit “Subscriptions” to see your active app subscriptions.
- Open the Bumble subscription and hit “Cancel.”
Cancel Bumble Boost on your iPhone or iPad
If you own an iOS device, and you want to cancel Bumble subscription, you should:
- Open Settings on your device and choose iTunes Store and App Store.
- Hit Apple ID. It’s at the top of the screen.
- Hit View Apple ID. You will probably need to sign in.
- Hit Subscriptions.
- Choose the subscription that you want to manage.
- Tap on “Cancel Subscription” to cancel your subscription.
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Cancel Bumble Boost with the help of DoNotPay
If you’d like to cancel your subscription to Bumble Boost but don’t have the patience or time to through all the steps, there’s a better way. Use the DoNotPay app to help you cancel this service in no time, and with virtually no effort. If you decide to use our app, here’s what you need to do to unsubscribe from Bumble Boost:
- Enter the DoNotPay app in your web browser or get the iOS version of the app.
- Tap on “Find Hidden Money.”
- Type in “Bumble Boost” as the service you want to cancel.
As soon as your subscription has been canceled, we’ll get in touch via email to let you know that everything went well.
Does Bumble Boost free trial auto-renew into a paid subscription?
Bumble Boost doesn’t offer a free trial all the time. When there is one, the trial usually lasts for seven days or sometimes two weeks. It renews automatically upon expiration.
Does Bumble prorate their cancelations?
No, it doesn’t. You can cancel the service, and it will be available to you until the end of the period you’ve paid for. You won’t get a refund if you don’t want to use the time that’s left.
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