How To Cancel the San Antonio Express-News

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How To Cancel the San Antonio Express-News

The San Antonio Express-News is a daily newspaper owned by the Hearst Corporation. The San Antonio Express-News is one of the largest newspapers in Texas. You can subscribe to home delivery of the newspaper, its digital version, or both. If you have any reasons to unsubscribe from the San Antonio Express-News, read on to see how!

Cancel the San Antonio Express-News Manually

Check out the ways you can cancel your San Antonio Express-News subscription:

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How To Cancel the SA Express-News on the Phone

To cancel your SA Express-News subscription over the phone, call the SA Express-News customer service at 210-250-2000. Their working hours are Monday–Friday from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday–Sunday from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. Use DoNotPay to jump the phone queue and save your time.

How To Unsubscribe From the San Antonio Express-News via Email

If you want to write to the San Antonio Express-News customer service, send an email to Leave your subscription details and tell them you want to end your membership.

Cancel the San Antonio Express-News Through the iOS App Store

To cancel the San Antonio Express-News via the iOS app store, follow these steps:

  1. Open Settings and tap your name
  2. Click on Subscriptions / iTunes & App Store
  3. Select San Antonio Express-News
  4. Tap Cancel Subscription

Unsubscribe From the San Antonio Express-News Through Google Play

If you subscribed to the San Antonio Express-News through the Google Play Store, you can cancel it this way:

  1. Open the Google Play Store
  2. Find Subscriptions
  3. Choose San Antonio Express-News
  4. Hit Cancel Subscription
  5. Follow the instructions and finalize your request

Use DoNotPay To Cancel the San Antonio Express-News Quickly

The fastest way to unsubscribe from the San Antonio Express-News is via DoNotPay! You can cancel your subscription to the newspaper in no time if you do the following:

  1. Open the DoNotPay app in your
  2. Select Find Hidden Money
  3. Enter San Antonio Express-News

Once we cancel your subscription, we will send you an email.

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Are There Any San Antonio Express-News Free Trials?

Yes, there are. You can get a 14-day free trial, but don’t forget to cancel it before it expires—otherwise, you will be charged. If you don’t want to risk losing your money after a free trial, use DoNotPay’s virtual credit card.

What Problems Can I Encounter When Canceling My Subscription to the SA Express-News?

Several things can make canceling the SA Express-News difficult. Many of the SA Express-News subscribers complain they were unable to get in touch with the newspaper’s customer service for days or that they were put on hold for a long time. Other customers report being charged after they canceled their subscription. If you don’t want to bother with these kinds of issues, use DoNotPay to cancel your San Antonio Express-News subscription.

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You Can Choose Other Newspapers

If you want to stay up to date with the latest news, you can read some of these newspapers:




The Dallas Morning News

From $2.99 to $5.99 a week

  • Get a digital version of the printed edition in your inbox
  • Listen to the news on various devices
  • Read articles from the past centuries as a Dallas News PLUS subscriber

Houston Chronicle

$14.75 a month or $4.99–$9.99 a week

  • Get an eEdition of the paper every day
  • Receive a range of newsletters
  • Access news on Texas Sports Nation

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