Cancel Candy Club fast and easy
Candy Club is a popular monthly candy box subscription service in the U.S. Their sweet deliveries are being enjoyed by more than 100,000 subscribers all over the country.
How to cancel your Candy Club subscription
Whether you’re cutting out sugar from your diet or you just want to try some new subscription boxes, you’ve decided it’s time to let Candy Club go. There are a few options on how to do it:
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Cancel Candy Club via email
To request a cancelation, send an email directly to email@example.com. Don’t forget to ask for an email confirmation of the cancelation once it’s complete.
Cancel Candy Club via email
If you prefer, you can use a Chat pop up window on their Candy Club website to request your cancelation. As the last step, you should also ask for an email confirmation of the cancelation.
Cancel Candy Club via phone
You can ask to be unsubscribed by calling 855-534-4343 from 8:30 am–5:00 pm PT, Monday –Friday. We recommend you also ask for a confirmation email once you’ve been unsubscribed from Candy Club.
Let DoNotPay help you cancel your Candy Club subscription
What if we told you there was a much quicker, smoother way to unsubscribe from Candy Club? DoNotPay can do the job for you! Just follow these simple steps:
- Log in via your web browser
- Select Find Hidden Money
- Type in “Candy Club”
- Wait for our confirmation email
If you prefer, you can also connect your email or bank account to our app, which will allow DoNotPay to look at which services you are paying for but not using.
Does Candy Club offer a free trial?
No, there is no Candy Club free trial on offer at the moment.
Will Candy Club let me pause my subscription instead of canceling?
Unfortunately, you cannot pause your Candy Club subscription.
Does Candy Club prorate its cancelations?
The answer is no. Because they sell edibles, Candy Club doesn’t offer refunds, accept returns, and/or stop shipments once the order has shipped.
What are some Candy Club alternatives?
Was your sweet tooth not quite satisfied with Candy Club? Here are some other delectable options to explore.
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