Maybe you're going all-in on Apple Music, switching over to Google Play Music, trying out Tidal, or just burning it all down and going back to CDs. Whatever the reason, if you think it's time to break-up with Spotify, we're here to hold your hand as you cut the final chord—ahem—and cancel that subscription.
How to cancel your Spotify subscription
Spotify's tagline reads "Music for Everyone," but if you're reading this, it's safe to assume that tagline isn't 100 percent true — and that's okay!
- Go to the Spotify homepage on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac.
- Click on Log in.
- Enter your account information.
Click on Log in.
- Click on your username.
Click on account from the drop down menu.
- Click on subscription from the menu on the left side.
Click on cancel your subscription.
- Click on the reason you are leaving.
Click on continue.
- Click on Cancel My Subscription.
- Enter your password.
Click on Cancel My Subscription.
Spotify will let you finish the remaining time left on your premium subscription until your next payment would be due. After that, your account will remain active but switched to a free account.
Can I re-activate my Spotify premium subscription?
You sure can! Spotify will save all of your playlists and settings from your premium account for three months. So, if you feel the need to go back, you can just sign back up for a premium account using your same account information.
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