How to cancel subscriptions on your PS4 in 2 different ways, so you don't get charged for the next billing period

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It's easy to cancel subscriptions on your PS4 by turning off auto-renewal in two different ways.

When you sign up for a subscription service on your PS4, you will be required to put in your preferred payment method.

Whether you are looking to sign up for PlayStation Plus to play games online and get discounts, jam to some funky tunes on PlayStation Music, or stream games through the PlayStation Now application, each service will automatically renew itself.
If you wish to cancel your service before the next billing date and avoid an extra charge, here is the best way to cancel the auto-renewal for subscriptions on your PS4 gaming system.

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How to cancel subscriptions on your PS4

1. Turn on your PS4 and log into your account.

2. Scroll through your account until you reach "Settings." Click on "Settings" and hit "Account Management" then "Account Information."

3. Once you are in "Account Information" click "PlayStation Subscriptions."

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You'll need to scroll down until you see "PlayStation Subscriptions."

4. Choose the PlayStation-based service you wish to cancel. Then select "Turn Off Auto-Renew."


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You can also choose to extend your subscription from this screen.

How to cancel subscriptions for your PS4 on desktop

1. Log onto your PC or Mac computer and head to

2. On the right-hand corner of your screen, click your profile avatar and wait for the drop-down menu.

3. When the menu drops down click on "Subscriptions Management."


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The drop-down menu can be reached once you click on your PlayStation profile picture.

4. Click "Turn Off Auto Renew" next to the subscription you wish to cancel.

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Turn off auto renew to cancel your subscription.

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