The Easy Way to Cancel an NFL Game Pass

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How to Cancel NFL Game Pass Easily

The NFL game pass is a great idea if you are a football fan because it allows you to watch live and archived NFL games. It offers you a free trial if you want to give it a shot and see if you end up watching it enough to justify the cost. It also enrolls you in auto-renew, which means that your service will never be interrupted.

But what do you do when you decide to learn ? In this case, it's necessary to figure out how to get off the auto-renew option, and this can get a bit tricky. It's in the best interests of the company to have you continue to stay enrolled, so they don't make it easy for you to find the information you need to turn off auto-renew.

DoNotPay can help you cancel your subscription to the NFL game pass with its easy-to-use Manage Subscriptions product. All you have to do is enter the name of your service and some personal information such as your email address and username. DoNotPay will make sure that your NFL game pass gets canceled.

How Does the NFL Game Pass Auto-Renew Option Work?

Before learning , here's what you need to know about NFL auto-renew:

  • Timing: The NFL game pass auto-renews at the beginning of the football season. So in 2021, for example, it auto-renewed on August 2, and it will likely auto-renew on or around the same date in 2022 as well.
  • Lump-Sum Auto-Renew: There are a couple of different options when it comes to auto-renew. It depends on how you made the initial payment. If you chose to pay it all at one go originally, then it will be deducted from your account at one go every time it auto-renews.
  • Instalment Auto-Renew: If you chose to pay in installments when you signed up for the NFL game pass, then your auto-renew payment will be deducted from your account in 4 monthly installments.

How to Cancel the NFL Game Pass

Given that you are automatically enrolled in auto-renew, you will have to specifically get off it if you want to cancel the NFL game pass. There are two ways of doing this—through email and your web browser. Keep in mind that you can't cancel the NFL game pass via the app.

Through EmailYou will start receiving renewal reminders via email before your account comes up for auto-renew. Within these emails, there is a link that you can follow to cancel auto-renew.
Through Your Web BrowserIt is also possible to cancel your NFL game pass through your web browser. Here's what you need to do:
  • Go to the website and sign in to your account.
  • You will see the Account icon on the top right of the page. Click on this to see the drop-down menu.
  • On the drop-down menu, click on Manage Your Account.
  • Under Auto-Renew, you will see a button to cancel auto-renew. Click on this button. Your auto-renew will be canceled.
  • You will continue to have access to the NFL game pass until the current billing period ends.

Why Should You Use DoNotPay to Cancel the NFL Game Pass?

The NFL game pass can be very useful to football fans around the world. With its 7-day free trial, for which you don't even need to enter any credit card information, and the option of paying in installments, the NFL game pass makes financial sense as well. However, you might run into some issues with the auto-renew option, which results in your credit card being charged at the beginning of the season every year.

Fortunately, it is possible to cancel your subscription through email and your web browser. So you don't have to get stuck paying for the NFL game pass every year if you're not interested in watching all the games. The only problem is that you have to figure out exactly where to go under your account information to cancel your subscription. The process of canceling the subscription is not as accessible as the process of setting it up in the first place.

However, when you use DoNotPay to cancel the NFL game pass, the whole process becomes very easy. All you have to do is tell DoNotPay which subscription you want to cancel and the email address/username associated with that subscription. DoNotPay will make sure you're not enrolled in auto-renew anymore.

How to cancel in 3 steps:

  1. Log-in to DoNotPay and search for the Manage Subscriptions product.

  2. Provide the name of the subscription service you want to cancel.

  3. Provide your account details such as email address and username.

Once you submit the details, we'll work on canceling your subscription! We'll even try to get a refund on your behalf.

Canceling Other Subscriptions With DoNotPay

DoNotPay's Manage Subscriptions product is convenient because it enables you to cancel any subscription you want, not just the NFL game pass. So if you want to cancel any of the following subscriptions, try DoNotPay:

  1. Cancel Planet Fitness
  2. Cancel Epoch Payments
  3. Cancel Siriusxm
  4. Cancel Massage Envy
  5. Cancel CVS Carepass
  6. Cancel Xbox Live

Helping you cancel your subscription is only a drop in the bucket of our services. These are just a few examples of how we can advocate for you:

The NFL game pass is a great option for football fans who want to access live and archived games. However, once you sign up for this pass, it may be difficult to cancel it because you are automatically enrolled in auto-renew. Rather than going through all the steps needed to cancel auto-renew only to find that you haven't managed to do it right, it makes more sense to use DoNotPay's Manage Subscriptions product which provides a user-friendly, straightforward interface to cancel your subscription.

Once you use DoNotPay to cancel your NFL game pass, you'll see how easy it is to use to cancel any subscription.

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