Disney Plus Prices Go Up $3 in December. Here's How to Cancel Your Subscription
Canceling can be a bit tricky if you can't remember how you signed up for the Disney streaming service.
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In December, Disney Plus is raising its prices by $3 and adding a new ad-supported tier. That means the new price will be $11 for those who want commercial-free viewing, or $8 for those who don't mind watching ads. If you'd rather not pay more to keep the same plan you've got now, you can cancel your subscription. However, the steps you need to take to end your service depends on how you signed up in the first place.
For most, you'll need to sign in to your Disney Plus account in a web browser to manage and cancel your subscription, but things are slightly different if you signed up using the phone app.
When you cancel your subscription, you'll still be able to watch Disney Plus movies and shows until the end of the billing cycle. Here's what you need to do.