Cancel ESPN Plus Fast

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Cancel ESPN Plus easy in a couple of minutes

ESPN Plus is a video streaming service focused on sports content. It serves subscribers from the United States only and has more than seven million active users.

How to cancel ESPN Plus on your own

Canceling an ESPN Plus subscription isn’t always problematic, but you may still experience issues with the service termination process. There are a few options for cancelation:

Cancelation optionYes / No
In personNo
ESPN Plus websiteYes

Canceling ESPN Plus by phone

For those who would like to cancel ESPN Plus via phone, we have outlined the process here:

  1. Call (800) 727-1800 to reach the ESPN Plus customer service department
  2. State your intent to cancel the subscription to their service
  3. Take note of any instructions the representative gives you and follow them
  4. Ask for an email or letter of confirmation

Canceling ESPN Plus using email

Many people don’t want the hassle of talking to an ESPN Plus representative on the phone. If that is the case, you can also contact the service via email:

  1. Write an email that clearly shows you intend on canceling your streaming subscription
  2. Provide all the needed personal information, such as your name and address
  3. Ask ESPN Plus to respond with an email confirming your cancelation
  4. List as the recipient

Canceling ESPN Plus using their website

Many people with cable TV have ESPN Plus available as part of their package subscription. If you have ESPN Plus as a separate subscription, you can also cancel from their website directly. The steps are as follows:

  • Go to the ESPN Plus website.
  • Click on the icon of your user profile
  • Choose the “Manage ESPN Plus” option
  • Select the “Cancel My Subscription” option
  • Confirm your decision to cancel

Problems with canceling ESPN Plus

Many users have reported issues with Google Pay and ESPN Plus. Numerous customers have reported that they were billed repeatedly for previously canceled subscriptions. ESPN representatives informed the customers that there was nothing they could do because their subscriptions had expired, while their card information was only known to Google Pay.

The users tried canceling their subscription through Google Pay after that. They could not solve the issue through the app alone because a Google Pay bug was causing the additional billing in the first place. The only way to resolve the problem was to contact Google’s customer service. Canceling ESPN Plus manually can be risky because a combination of software bugs and human error can lead to financial loss.

Cancel ESPN Plus using DoNotPay

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Instead of risking additional billing due to unconfirmed cancelation or having to call ESPN staff yourself, you may want to consider canceling ESPN Plus via DoNotPay. Using our app means cutting down a procedure that’s potentially lengthy to a few easy steps:

  1. Go to DoNotPay using
  2. Pick the “Find Hidden Money” option
  3. Choose ESPN Plus to cancel your subscription by typing the company's name

When the process is completed, you will receive an email notification from DoNotPay

Does ESPN Plus offer a free trial period?

No. ESPN Plus used to offer a week-long free trial, but that option was removed a few years into the platform’s existence. The monthly subscription costs $4.99 if you register via their website.

Can I pause my ESPN Plus subscription?

No, ESPN Plus does not offer the option of temporarily suspending its subscription. You can reactivate a subscription you’ve previously canceled, amounting to the same thing.

Best ESPN Plus alternatives

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  • No geographical limitations
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  • Full coverage of the sport
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