How To Cancel Picsart Subscription Before You’re Charged

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How To Cancel Picsart Subscription Before You’re Charged

Picsart is one of the most popular apps in the world, with 150 million monthly active users. The creative platform frequently ranks among the top 20 most-downloaded apps worldwide along with household names like TikTok, Spotify and Amazon.

If you’ve upgraded to a paid version, options for how to cancel the Picsart subscription vary based on how you signed up and paid. Did you join via desktop or mobile app? Did you pay Picsart directly by entering your card number, or did you use an app store account?

It probably goes without saying, but deleting the app or your Picsart account won’t stop billing. You’ll need to figure out how you paid and cancel the subscription from the source. If you can’t remember or have trouble accessing the account, DoNotPay can help.

How Do I Cancel My Picsart Subscription?

Picsart now offers two tiers of paid subscriptions, Plus and Pro, although when you signed up the paid subscription might have been called Picsart Gold. The membership name doesn’t affect how you cancel, but it might be helpful information if you have to search through old emails to find out how you paid.

If you signed up on the Picsart website, you can cancel that way, too. Follow these steps to cancel Picsart online:

  1. Go to
  2. Log in to your account.
  3. Click your profile picture, then choose Settings.
  4. Go to Billing & Subscriptions.
  5. Click Cancel subscription.

If you subscribed in the Picsart mobile app on your iPhone, iPad or Android device, you’ll need to cancel through the App Store or Google Play. To view and change your Picsart mobile subscription settings:

  1. Open the Picsart app on your device.
  2. Click the profile icon in the navigation.
  3. Tap the three dots and then choose Settings.
  4. Scroll down and choose Subscription to redirect to the store.
  5. Under your active subscriptions, select Picsart.
  6. Choose cancel the subscription and follow the steps to complete.

If you signed up with Windows, cancel in the Microsoft Store by:

  1. Log in to your Microsoft account.
  2. Go to Services & subscriptions.
  3. Find the Picsart subscription and choose Manage.
  4. Select Cancel and follow the instructions to complete the process.

Finally, an option that’s always simple and straightforward: Use DoNotPay to cancel in a matter of minutes. Just open the app in any and follow three quick steps.

Can You Cancel Picsart ViaYes/No
Picsart WebsiteYes
Apple StoreYes
Google PlayYes
Microsoft StoreYes
In PersonNo

How To Cancel Picsart Free Trial

Picsart offers a three-day free trial of Plus or seven-day free trial of Pro so users can test out the additional tools and features that come with a paid subscription. After that, Plus is $13 monthly or $60 for a one-year subscription. Pro is $15 monthly or $84 annually.

The process for canceling the free trial is the same as canceling a subscription: through the Picsart website, the App Store, Google Play or the Microsoft Store. But you’ll have to cancel at least 24 hours before the trial period ends to avoid automatic billing.

Unlike some subscription services, Picsart will send you a reminder to cancel near the end of the trial, but if you don’t see the reminder in time you’re out of luck.

Can I Get a Refund on Picsart?

Once your subscription payment has been processed, Picsart does not offer refunds. You can immediately cancel the subscription to avoid being billed the next time, but Picsart’s refund policy makes it clear that you won’t get money back.

There’s a potential workaround if you signed up on the mobile app. You can request a refund directly through the App Store or Google Play. There are no guarantees, but it’s worth a try if you barely missed the deadline to cancel or unsubscribe.

No matter when you cancel, you will have use of the premium services until the end of the subscription period, whether that’s the end of the month or the year.

Use DoNotPay’s Virtual Credit Card to Cancel Picsart Free Trial Before You’re Billed

The trick with any free trial is that you have to remember to cancel in time, otherwise you’re automatically billed for the subscription. If you’d like to try Picsart’s upgraded features without risk of being charged, use DoNotPay’s Free Trial Card product to sign up.

Here’s how it works:

  1. Log in to DoNotPay and generate your virtual credit card number.
  2. Sign up for Picsart’s free trial using the card number, expiration date and CVV provided.
  3. When the trial ends, the card cannot be charged so you won’t be billed.

Picsart will not know the difference when you sign up for the trial — the card will be approved just like any other — but the card number is not authorized for charges, so there’s no way you can be billed. Picsart will not have access to your real credit card info.

Customer Problems Canceling Picsart

The most common complaint is that when a customer goes to cancel via mobile device in their subscription settings, the ‘Cancel subscription’ button is missing. You’ll find complaints about that particular issue on Reddit and the Apple Support Community.

If this is happening to you, check these three things:

  1. Are you logged in to the app store with the email address you used to subscribe to Picsart? If you have multiple app store accounts, you may need to sign up under a different one for the subscription to show up.
  2. Did you pay through an app store? If so, the charge should come through as iTunes, Apple, Google or something along those lines. If the charge is from Picsart, chances are you need to cancel directly on the Picsart website.
  3. Have you already unsubscribed? Even if the membership is still active, if you see an “expires by'' date underneath the subscription instead of “renews on,” that means you have canceled auto-renewal and will not be billed again.

If those efforts are unsuccessful, your best bet is reaching out to app store support directly for help. As a last resort, you can cancel the card tied to the account.

Use DoNotPay to Cancel Picsart Subscription in Minutes

Canceling Picsart or any subscription service is fast and simple with DoNotPay. End the membership for good and prevent future billing in a few clicks with our Manage Subscriptions product. Just open DoNotPay in any and follow these 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.

From there, we locate your account and handle the cancellation. As soon as we have the cancellation confirmed, we will let you know.

Beyond Picsart, you can use DoNotPay to cancel any subscription or membership you no longer want. A 2023 report found that 42% of Americans have forgotten about a subscription they’re paying for but not using. The study also found that most consumers drastically underestimate the amount of money they’re spending on subscriptions.

DoNotPay can easily get you out of hard-to-cancel subscriptions like Sirius XM, Planet Fitness or Epoch Payments. Our product is also frequently used to:

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