How to End Your Twitch Subscription

How to End Your Twitch Subscription

There’s a moment in every gamer’s life when you bid farewell to beloved channels. So, if you're ready to part ways with your Twitch subscription, we've got your back. This guide walks you through canceling your Twitch subscription seamlessly on both desktop and mobile platforms. Plus, we'll delve into what happens when you decide to cancel Twitch Prime.

Canceling on Desktop: A Quick Guide

Navigate to Subscriptions: Log into your Twitch account and head to the Subscriptions page.

Find the Cog Icon: Look for the settings icon (Cog) in the upper-right corner of the window.

Select 'Don’t Renew Subscription': Within the settings, choose the option to 'Don’t renew subscription' to cancel.

Pick Your Reason: Twitch will prompt you to select a reason for canceling, after which confirm your decision.

Keep in mind that subscription lengths vary, so note the renewal date if you’ve got time left.

Canceling on Mobile: Easy Steps

Open Twitch App: Launch the Twitch app on your mobile device and log in.

Access Subscriptions: Tap your Profile picture and navigate to Subscriptions.

Choose Subscription to Cancel: Select the subscription you want to end.

Cancel Subscription: Tap 'Cancel subscription' at the bottom of the screen and confirm your choice.

With these steps, canceling your Twitch subscription on the go is a breeze.

The Twitch Prime Farewell

Twitch Prime offers exclusive perks to Amazon Prime members, such as custom emotes and ad-free viewing. However, if you decide it’s time to part ways, here’s how:

Via Amazon: Visit Your Account > Settings > Manage Prime Membership > Cancel Twitch Prime.

Through Twitch: Go to your profile > Settings > Connections > Disable, then Confirm.

For those on a free trial, ensure to cancel before the billing cycle starts to avoid charges.

And there you have it, that's how you gracefully cancel a Twitch subscription. With these steps at your fingertips, you can confidently navigate the process whether you're on your desktop or mobile device