How to Cancel Acorn TV Subscription

How to cancel Acorn TV Subscription

Acorn TV is a British TV streaming device on demand with different options to subscribe to the service including Amazon Prime (BritBox). Acron free trial lasts for 7 days after which you will be prompted to subscribe to keep using the Acron service. After the Acron free trial, you can take on Acron premium service and cancel your deal with the best British TV service at will. However, here in this guide, you will learn how to cancel Arcon TV subscription.

You can turn back the hands of time with Acron and re-subscribe anytime you are buoyant enough to pau the Acorn $5.99 monthly service fee or the annual fee of $59.55.

You can either cancel your subscription on Acorn before or after the free trial. However, since Acorn requires credit card during Acorn sign up, you must cancel your subscription before the end of the free trial or cancel it after your first Acorn subscription or at any point in time.

Cancel Acorn TV Subscription

You cannot cancel Acorn TV subscription automatically. The approach is manual. So, to do this, follow the procedures below through the official Acorn website.

  • Go to the Acorn TV official website on acorn.tv
  • Click on the “Sign in” button and sign in to your Acorn account.
  • Click on “My Acorn TV >> Manage Account.”
  • Click on “Cancel Membership” that is located on the left of the account portal.
  • Click on “Cancel Acorn TV” to confirm that you want to cancel your subscription.

A confirmation message will be sent to your email address that you have successfully cancelled your Acorn subscription.

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How to Cancel Acorn Subscription on Roku

If you subscribed to Acorn TV on Roku you also need to go through the Roku approach to unsubscribe from the on-demand streaming service.

  • Go to the official Roku portal at my.roku.com
  • Enter your Roku username and password and sign in to your personal account.
  • Tap on “Manage” account to “Manage your subscription on Roku.
  • Click on My Subscription >> Acorn TV.
  • Click on “Unsubscribe” to cancel your subscription.

For Roku users, How to cancel Acorn TV Subscriptionyou need to follow the procedures above to unsubscribe from Acorn TV on Roku.

How to Cancel Acorn TV on Amazon Prime

If you subscribed to Acorn TV via Amazon Prime, you should follow the procedures to cancel your Acorn subscription on Amazon Prime.

  • Open your browser and go to the Amazon Prime official website.
  • Log in to your account with your username and password.
  • Tap on the “Profile” and click on Membership and Subscription.
  • Find Acorn TV subscription tap and click on Manage Subscription.
  • Navigate to Advanced control and click on Acorn.
  • You will be redirected to cancel your subscription on Acorn website.

How to Cancel Acorn TV Subscription on App

To cancel Acorn subscription on Android is currently not possible. To put an end to your subscription on Acorn you either go to the official website or go to the source where you subscribed to Acorn. This could be on iTunes, Amazon, Play Store, etc.

How to Cancel Acorn TV Subscription on Google Play Store

If you subscribed to Acorn from the Google play store you must cancel your subscription through it.

  • Open the play store app on your phone or go to play.google.com and sign in to your Google account.
  • Click “My Subscription” when you click on the “hamburger”
  • Click on “Cancel Subscription” besides “Acorn TV”
  • Click on “Cancel” from the popup to confirm.

Hence, your Acorn TV subscription will be cancelled.

How to Cancel Acorn TV Subscription on Firestick

Deleting the Acorn TV app from your Firestick or Amazon TV does not translate to cancelling your Acorn TV subscription on Firestick.

That is all.

Please leave a comment below if you are still not able to cancel your Acorn TV subscription.

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