From Online to Offline—The Easiest Way to Cancel Nintendo Online
Nintendo Switch Online is a monthly or yearly subscription service that grants the players access to various online multiplayer games. Over 61 million units have been sold worldwide since its launch in 2017.
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You don’t have to waste any time on canceling your account. DoNotPay makes getting rid of unwanted subscriptions easy. You can do it in just a few steps:
- Find DoNotPay in your
- Select the Find Hidden Money option
- Enter Nintendo Online into the text box
Once the service is canceled, the app will notify you right away. Another way you could use DoNotPay is to connect your email address or bank account. This allows us to identify all of your active subscriptions. DoNotPay can help you save your money by canceling any services you might have forgotten about.
How to Cancel Nintendo Online Manually
If you no longer want to keep your Nintendo Switch account, there are two ways to cancel your subscription:
- Using your Switch console
- Using Nintendo’s website
Cancel Your Nintendo Account Using the Switch Console
You can cancel your Nintendo account from your console straight away. Here’s what you need to do:
- Go to the Nintendo eShop on your Switch console
- Click on the user icon which is located in the upper right corner of your screen
- Scroll down to find and select the Nintendo Switch Online option from the menu
- Click on Turn Off Automatic Renewal to stop Nintendo from renewing your subscription
Cancel Your Account From a Web Browser
The Switch console isn’t necessary to cancel your Online account. You can also turn off the subscription using your web browser:
- Open Nintendo’s website and log in to your account
- After logging in, click on your avatar in the upper right corner of the screen
- Select the Settings option from the drop-down menu
- Find the Your Subscriptions option and click it
- Select Check Nintendo Switch Online membership status under Your Subscriptions
- Click Turn Off Automatic Renewal to complete the cancelation
Keep in mind that you have to cancel the account at least 48 hours before the next billing period. If you fail to do so, Nintendo might charge you for the next month.
Here are a few different ways you can cancel Nintendo Online.
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Are There Any Alternatives to Nintendo Online?
You want to cancel your Nintendo account, but don’t want to stop playing altogether? While Nintendo may be the hot thing on the market, other gaming services can keep you just as entertained. Here are some top picks you might be interested in:
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