Cancel Spotify Premium Free Trial Reoccurring Payment

Cancel Spotify Premium Free Trial

For those of you who have tried the Spotify Premium Free Trial you may or may not be aware that after the 30-day free trial period is over, your credit card will automatically be charged for another month of Spotify Premium.

In order to avoid Spotify charging your card, you need to cancel the Spotify free trial before the 30 day period has ended.

Like most free trial cancelation processes, there are multiple confirmations that you need to go through to finalize the cancelation.

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Spotify will try to do everything they can to get you to change your mind and continue using Spotify Premium for another month.

You can cancel the reoccurring payment for Spotify by accessing your Spotify subscription page and following the instructions underneath the “Subscription Status” section.

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Anson has been publishing to AnsonAlex.com since early 2011 and has recently opened an AnsonAlex.com headquarters office to focus on the brand full time.

Anson specializes in providing software and technology tutorials in both print and video format. With hundreds of tutorials published on AnsonAlex.com, Anson has also authored and recorded 7+ courses for Lynda.com as well as other media companies.

Anson has a degree in International Business and Information Systems from the University of Tampa and also enjoys enjoys traveling and gaming.

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