How to Cancel Audible Subscription

Amazon offers a thing for those who love audiobooks. This kind of thing is called Audible. This one offers accessibility to traditional readers. With it, everyone is able to explore tons of titles from their phone. Besides, they can also set notifications for new releases, stream from the app, download titles and listen offline.

There is the Audible Plus membership option that offers unlimited rentals of original and popular audiobooks. Apart from that, there is also Premium Plus that includes a monthly credit used to buy an audiobook to keep.

How to Cancel Audible Subscription

After subscribing to Audible for quite some time, you may want to cancel your subscription due to a particular reason. Before canceling it, ask yourself whether you really want to cancel it. Instead of canceling it, you may want to consider some membership options, as follows:

Membership Pricing:

Plan Cost # of Credits Credit Expiration
Audible Plus Membership $7.95 per month No credits N/A
Audible Premium Plus Membership $14.95 per month 1 per month 12 months from the issue date.
Audible Premium Plus Membership 2 Credits $22.95 per month 2 per month 12 months from the issue date.
Audible Premium Plus Annual Membership 12 Credits $149.50 per year 12 per year 12 months from the issue date.
Audible Premium Plus Annual Membership 24 Credits $229.50 per year 24 per year 12 months from the issue date.

Membership Plans and Pricing for Audible iOS app:

Plan Cost # of Credits Credit Expiration
iOS app – Audible Plus Membership $7.99 per month No credits N/A
iOS app – Audible Premium Plus Membership $15.99 per month 1 per month Credits do not expire
iOS app – Audible Premium Plus Annual Membership $159.99 per year 12 credits per year Credits do not expire

Membership Plans and Pricing for the Audible Google Play Android app:

Plan Cost # of Credits Credit Expiration
Google Play – Audible Premium Plus Membership $15.99 per month 1 per month Credits do not expire

It is worth noting that once you cancel your Audible subscription, you will not be able to access audiobooks and podcasts at the end of your billing period with the exception if they are titles you have purchased with PremiumPlus credits. Not only that, any content that is able to be streamed will also be restricted after you end your subscription.

If you are sure that you want to cancel your Audible subscription, there are a few ways to cancel your Audible subscription to choose from, as follows:

Method 1: Cancel Audible subscription on the official website of Audible

The first method to cancel Audible subscription is through the official website of Audible. In order to cancel your subscription by using this method, there are some instructions to follow, as follows:

    1. The first thing that you have to do is to go to the official website of Audible at Audible.com.
    2. When you are on its front page, you should click or tap Account Details and then log in to your account with your Audible or Amazon account information.
    3. Once you have successfully logged in to your account, the next thing that you need to do is to click or tap Cancel membership. This one is located under the text box with your current membership information.
    4. After that, select the reason why you want to cancel your Audible subscription.
    5. Then, follow the instructions shown on the screen.
    6. After finishing everything, you will be able to get confirmation through your email.

Method 2: Cancel Audible subscription on iOS app

The second method to cancel your Audible subscription is for those with iOS. The guide that you have to follow can be found below:

    1. Firstly, you need to open the Settings on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.
    2. After opening it, tap your name.
    3. The second thing that should be tapped is Subscriptions. In case Subscriptions is nowhere to be seen, you are suggested to tap iTunes & App Stores instead. The other steps include tapping your Apple ID, View Apple ID, signing in, scrolling down Subscriptions, and tapping Subscriptions.
    4. Apart from that, you will also have to tap the subscription that you want to manage.
    5. When it is done, the last thing that you have to do is to tap Cancel subscription. In case you do not see Cancel Subscription, it means the subscription is already canceled and it will not renew.

For those who started your membership outside of the iOS app or if Audible does not show up under Subscriptions, you are able to cancel your Audible subscription by visiting the account details section on the official website of Audible.

Talking about canceling your Audible subscription on iOS, it should be noted that every credit received from an Audible membership started in the Audible iOS app do not expire. Not only that, extra credits that are purchased in the iOS app do not expire.

Method 3: Cancel Audible subscription on Android

The third method to cancel your Audible subscription is for those with Android. Here is step by step to follow:

    1. To begin with, you should open the Google Play Store app on your Android device.
    2. When it opens, tap on your Profile Picture that is located in the top right. By doing so, the Profile Menu will be opened.
    3. After opening the Profile Menu, it is time for you to tap Payments and Subscriptions.
    4. Then, tap Subscriptions.
    5. Afterward, find Audible and then tap Cancel Subscription.

It is possible for you to cancel your Audible subscription by visiting the account details section on the official website of Audible if your membership is not managed through Google Play or if Audible does not show up under Subscriptions.

It is worth noting that all the credits from an Audible Google Play membership do not expire. Plus, the extra credits purchased in the Google Play Android app do not expire.

Before canceling your Audible subscription, you are encouraged to spend your unused premium credits because they will not roll over after you cancel it. In case you need more time before canceling it, you are advised to pause your membership in the Account Details section.