How to Cancel Amazon Music

Subscription services — such as streaming services, beauty and lifestyle boxes, and food delivery — can come in handy. However, each one does cost money. Want to cut down on your expenses? Subscriptions can be a good place to start. If you’re wondering “how do I cancel Amazon Music”, here’s how.

What Is Amazon Music?

Amazon Music is a digital music streaming service. The Amazon Music catalog includes millions of songs and podcast episodes, thousands of music stations, and curated playlists. You can also listen offline and enjoy unlimited skips so you can listen to what you want to, when you want to.

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How Much Does Amazon Music Cost?

There are a couple of tiers of Amazon Music pricing. With an Amazon Prime account, you can access Amazon Music Prime at no additional cost.

If you want to unlock even more music, podcasts, and content, Amazon Prime members can sign up for Amazon Music Unlimited. It costs $7.99 per month or $79 for an annual subscription. Non-Prime members can access an Amazon Music Unlimited subscription for $9.99 per month.

Amazon Music Unlimited titles top 75 million. Plus, you’ll have access to expertly curated playlists and new releases from top artists. You’ll also get Amazon Music HD with lossless quality.

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How to Cancel Amazon Music

Say you want to cut down on your subscriptions to save money or energy. Here’s how to cancel Amazon Music online or from the Amazon Music app on an Android device.

How to cancel Amazon Music Unlimited from a desktop computer

  • Go to on your desktop computer
  • Log in to your Amazon Music account
  • Proceed to the Amazon Music Unlimited section
  • In the subscription renewal details, select cancel subscription
  • Confirm your cancelation

How to cancel Amazon Music Unlimited from a mobile device

  • Go to on your mobile device
  • Log in to Amazon Music
  • Proceed to Amazon Music Unlimited
  • In the subscription renewal details, select cancel subscription
  • Confirm your cancelation

How to Cancel Amazon Music on the Android app

  • Launch the Amazon Music app
  • Click the Amazon Music Settings app in the corner
  • Select Amazon Music Unlimited
  • In the Subscription Renewal section, select cancel subscription
  • Confirm your cancelation

Frequently Asked Questions

Is an Amazon Music subscription worth it?

Amazon Music features a lot of the same offerings as other music streaming subscription services, such as Spotify and Apple Music. The plus is that, with Amazon Prime, you can access an Amazon Music subscription for free. You won’t have access to the full catalog, but you will unlock a great deal of music and podcast episodes with this free version.

That means that you could potentially cancel other services, such as Spotify, by bundling your music streaming with Amazon Prime.

However, if you want to spring for Amazon Music Unlimited, you’ll need to weigh a few other factors. Amazon Music Unlimited costs the same amount per month as other music streaming services. You just have to decide whether the service makes sense for your needs and lifestyle. If you cannot justify the cost, it may be time to cancel Amazon Music HD.

Keep in mind that you can opt for a student or family package with Spotify or Apple Music, which could end up saving you a decent amount of money.

Will I get a refund if I cancel my Amazon Music Unlimited subscription?

Refunds for streaming services are tricky. In general, you can expect to not get a refund. This is because for services like Amazon Music, Spotify, and other subscriptions, you are paying for the service up front, which will cover your service for the upcoming billing cycle. That means if you pay for the service and you are in the middle of your billing cycle, the customer service representative may be less likely to offer you a refund — or you may only get a prorated refund.

In any case, it never hurts to ask for a refund if you cancel your Amazon Music subscription, especially if you haven’t used the service since your subscription renewed. Worst case scenario: The customer service representative says no. Best case scenario: You get a refund, or at least a partial refund.

When you contact Amazon Music customer service, let them know that you missed the deadline to cancel your subscription before it renewed and you would like a refund. You may get lucky and get a refund, or you may have to count this one as a loss.

Can I cancel Amazon Music Unlimited during the free trial?

Yes, you can cancel your Amazon Music subscription during the free trial to avoid getting charged for the service at the end of your trial period. If you do not want the service or the charge on your account, you should set a reminder to cancel your Amazon Music subscription before your trial is over. Otherwise Amazon will automatically charge you for your unlimited subscription on your first billing date.

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