How to Cancel Amazon Music: A Comprehensive Guide

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How to cancel Amazon Music on any device

Amazon Music offers flexible cancelation options, whether a brief trial or a long-term plan.

 

Kahron Spearman

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Posted on Sep 21, 2023   Updated on Apr 15, 2024, 8:48 am CDT

In today’s digital age, music streaming services abound, with platforms like Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube, and Amazon Music all vying for your attention. You may have opted for Amazon’s music service but now want to switch to a different provider, or just take a break from music streaming services.

Whether you want to know how to cancel Amazon Music through your web browser or mobile device, and whether you signed up through Amazon or Apple, we can walk you through the process.

How to cancel Amazon Music on desktop

The web provides the most straightforward route to ending your subscription. The process mirrors that of canceling Amazon Prime:

  1. Open your preferred web browser and navigate to Amazon.com
  2. Click “Accounts & Lists” on the top right of the homepage
  3. From the drop-down, choose “Membership & Subscriptions”
  4. Scroll down to “Music Subscriptions” and click on it, which will lead you to Amazon Music Unlimited
  5. Under “Subscription Renewal Details,” click “Cancel Subscription”
  6. Confirm the cancelation when prompted

Remember, canceling doesn’t mean immediate termination. You can still enjoy the premium features of the service until the end of your paid cycle. For instance, if you paid on Dec. 1, your services last until Jan. 1. Amazon should inform you of the last date you’ll be able to access the service when you confirm your cancelation.

How to cancel Amazon Music on Android devices

Android users can manage their subscription directly from the Amazon Music app:

  1. Open the Amazon Music app
  2. Navigate to settings (the gear icon) and choose “Amazon Music Unlimited”
  3. Scroll to “Subscription Renewal” and click “Cancel Subscription”
  4. Confirm the cancelation when prompted

How to cancel Amazon Music on iOS devices

For iOS users, a browser-based approach is necessary as the app doesn’t offer cancelation options:

  1. Launch your browser and visit Amazon.com
  2. Use the top-left menu to sign in
  3. Access “Account Settings” from your account menu
  4. Find “Membership & Subscriptions” and select “Amazon Music Unlimited”
  5. Proceed to “Amazon Music Unlimited Settings”
  6. Click “Cancel Subscription,” choose a reason, and confirm

While this method involves more steps, the process remains user-friendly across all iOS devices.

How to cancel Amazon Music through iTunes

If you signed up for Amazon Music through Apple, you have to cancel through Apple as well, rather than via your Amazon account. To do so using a web browser, follow these instructions:

  1. Go to support.apple.com
  2. Click “Billing and Subscriptions” and “See or Cancel Subscriptions”
  3. This redirects you to the iTunes app. If not installed, download it
  4. Inside iTunes, navigate to “Account” and “View My Account”
  5. Go to “Settings” and find “Subscriptions”
  6. Click “Manage” next to “Subscriptions”
  7. Locate “Amazon Music” and choose “Cancel Subscription”
  8. Confirm your decision

Alternately, you can go into Settings on your iPhone, tap on your name at the top, and access all of your subscriptions that process through Apple via “Subscriptions.”

Conclusion

Amazon offers flexible cancelation options, whether for a brief trial or a long-term plan. Choose the method that suits you best, depending on your device or platform of choice. And remember, even after cancelation, you can still enjoy the benefits until the end of your billing cycle. If the music landscape changes or another service beckons, you can switch as you see fit.

Editor’s note: This article is regularly updated for relevance.

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*First Published: Sep 21, 2023, 10:39 am CDT