How to Cancel Spotify Subscription

Whether you're a long-time subscriber or a newbie in the midst of the Spotify Premium free trial, your paid subscription can be canceled at any time. Below, we'll cover how to cancel your Spotify account so that you'll revert from Premium back to the free version. 

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How to Cancel Spotify Premium Subscription

While the screenshots below are for an iPhone, you can also use an iPad or computer to complete this process. You will need to cancel Spotify from a web browser rather than the app and the steps are the same regardless of which device is used. For more handy tips on iPhone features and managing subscriptions, consider signing up for our free Tip of the Day Newsletter. Now, here's how to unsubscribe from Spotify Premium. 

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  1. Open a web browser and go to the Spotify Account Login page.
  2. Tap to sign in with Facebook, Apple, or Google. You can also enter your username and password to log in. 

  3. Select Account Overview.

  4. Scroll down and tap Change plan

  5. Scroll down to the Spotify Free section and select Cancel Premium

  6. Scroll down and tap Continue to cancel. 

  7. Select Yes, cancel

  8. You'll be taken to an optional customer satisfaction form to fill out if you choose.

  9. If you do fill out the form, scroll down and tap Submit; otherwise, tap Skip at the bottom of the page.

  10. Tap Back to account

  11. Scroll down to the Your Plan section. Here, you can confirm that your Premium plan has been canceled, and the date you will revert to the free version. 

  12. If you plan to no longer use the Spotify app (even the free version), tap Sign out everywhere to log out of your Spotify account on all devices. 

Once you've completed the steps above, you will have unsubscribed from your Spotify Premium subscription and reverted to the unpaid version. If have a specific question or concern for Spotify, you can also send a message to their Customer Support team. If you no longer plan to use the Spotify app, you can also delete the app on your iPhone to reduce clutter. 

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Ashleigh Page

Ashleigh Page is an Associate Editor for iPhone Life. A longtime Apple enthusiast with a Bachelor's in English and Computer Science and three years of experience writing about tech, Ashleigh has written and tested hundreds of articles about devices and features within Apple's ecosystem. She specializes in iPhone, iPad, AirPods, and Mac content and has authored a 60-page in-depth guide about the Apple Maps app. Based in North Carolina, Ashleigh is often crafting whimsical (and sometimes nonsensical) short stories and hiking when she's not working.