How to Cancel Audible Subscription? [Complete Steps]

Audible is a fun audiobook and podcast service owned by Amazon. It is pretty useful to pass your time listening to things on it. But, when you get busy and don’t have time to spend listening to its audiobooks, you’d feel the need to cancel Audible subscription. However, the feature isn’t available in their app.

That’s why a lot of users struggle to cancel their membership. If you are one of them, I’ll help you. Here, I will guide you on how to cancel your Audible subscription using your PC or smartphone.

How to Cancel Your Audible Subscription Easily?

If you are an avid listener, you may get tempted by Audible as it is the world’s largest audiobook and podcast platform. This Amazon-owned service is the biggest provider of original spoken-word entertainment. This great source of audio entertainment charges $14.95 per month for their cheapest plan. The prices go up when you choose a plan with more credits.

When you get busy with your life, you will not get enough time to spend hours listening to content on Audible. In this situation, you will have to cancel your subscription or your money would be wasted. Or, when you have started an Audible Free Trial, but don’t want to pay for their subscription, you’d have to find the ‘stop’ button.

Regardless of your reason, we’ll help you to cancel your Audible subscription. The option is not available in their app, you’ll have to use their desktop website to do that.

Steps to Cancel Audible Subscription on PC

It is very simple to cancel your Audible subscription by using your computer. You just need to turn on your PC and follow these simple steps:

Step-1: Open a browser and visit Audible’s desktop website. Now sign in to your account.

Step-2: Once you have logged, you will see your name present at the top of the page. Look just next to your name, there is a down arrow. Hover your cursor over the arrow and click on ‘Account Details‘ from the drop-down menu.

Alternatively, you can click here.

Step-3: On the Account Details page, you will find the information about your plan and credits. Just below the plan, you will find the ‘Cancel Membership’ button. Click on it.

Note: You will lose all your unused credits when you cancel your Audible plan. So, if you have some unused credits, use them to buy some audiobooks. You can keep the audiobooks even after canceling your membership.

Step-4: Once you click on ‘Cancel membership,’ Audible will ask you a reason for the cancellation. You can choose any suitable reason for your choice. I’d recommend that you select ‘It’s too expensive,’ so they may consider lowering their price. After selecting a reason, click on ‘Continue canceling.’

Step-5: After continuing, Audible will give a final try to make you stay. It will present to you two options that you can choose instead of cancelation- 1) switch your plan or 2) pause your membership. If you like any of these, you can choose them. But, if you want to continue with cancelation, click on ‘Finish canceling.’

Step-6: The next and final page will show you the ‘We’re sorry to see you go‘ message. If you can see it, you have successfully canceled your membership. Don’t get confused by seeing your plan details below as they will be available until the next billing date.

That’s it. This is how you cancel your Audible subscription. Once you do that, you will not be able to access their services. Make sure you have finalized the decision before following the procedure mentioned above.

How to Cancel Audible Subscription on App (Android or iPhone both)?

As I have mentioned above, you cannot cancel your Audible subscription through the mobile app. If you want to cancel the membership by using your smartphone, you have to access their website through a browser. You can use any browser like Chrome, Opera, Safari, etc to do that.

Just visit the desktop website, sign in to your account, and follow all the steps mentioned above. The procedure will be the same, only the interface will change. You can also choose to pause your membership or switch plan by using your mobile in the same way.

Other Methods to Cancel Membership

Apart from canceling the membership through their website, you can also cancel your plan via a call or an email. To cancel your subscription via call, just dial their customer support number- 1 (888) 283-5051, and ask the representative to cancel your subscription. He’ll verify you by asking your account credentials. Make sure you have them ready.

You can also cancel the subscription through an email. Just send an email to “ “ requesting account cancelation. Make sure you include your name and account details in the email. Also, write a proper email in clear language to expect a quick response. You will get their response in a day or two.

How to Pause Your Audible Subscription?

If you want to stop using Audible temporarily, then you can pause your membership instead of canceling it. This will help you to retain your account data and credits. There are two ways to pause your membership, I’ll explain them both.

The first method is to visit the ‘Account Details page, click on ‘Cancel membership,’ then choose a reason to cancel and click on ‘Continue canceling,’ and then you’ll have the option to ‘Pause membership’ on the next page. Just choose the duration (30,60 or 90 days) and click on ‘Pause Membership.’

After that, follow the on-screen instructions to complete the procedure. Another method is fill this Contact Us Form by Audible. Just choose the option to ‘Pause membership’ and they’ll contact you soon.

Final Take

Audible is an impressive platform for audio entertainment. But, when you don’t have enough time to listen to their audiobooks and podcasts, you will have to cancel your membership. This is how you can do that. You can cancel the membership by accessing their website in a browser on PC or smartphone. You can’t cancel it through their mobile app.

That’s all for this post. I hope you find it helpful. If you have any queries, doubts, or suggestions about anything mentioned here, feel free to use the comment box. I’ll be glad to respond to you.