Hulu is great if you enjoy the shows it has available. However, at some point, you might want to cancel your subscription, whether it’s due to cost or just because you no longer enjoy the content. We’ll walk you through how to do this.
If you’re not ready to fully cancel Hulu, you can also pause your subscription for up to 12 weeks.
To go cancel the service completely, just sign in on Hulu’s website, and then click the icon next to your name in the top-right corner.
In the drop-down menu, select “Manage Profiles.”
You’ll be prompted to re-type your password; do so, and then click “Log In.”
At the bottom of the page on the left, click “Cancel” next to the “Cancel Your Subscription” option, and then go through the prompts.
A message appears asking if you would rather pause your service for up to 12 weeks. You can change the number of weeks in the drop-down menu, and then click “Pause Subscription” if you want to do that.
If you still want to cancel, click “Continue to Cancel” to move forward and completely cancel the service.
A questionnaire appears asking you where the company went wrong. Select the answer that best describes the reason you’re leaving, and then click “Continue to Cancel” again.
As a last-ditch effort to keep you as a subscriber, Hulu will offer you a free month of service. You won’t be charged again until that free month is over.
If you want to continue with the cancellation, click “Cancel Subscription.”
Now that you’ve canceled your subscription, you’re redirected to the home screen.
You’ve now officially ended your subscription to Hulu and will no longer be charged for the service. Your account will be deactivated, but you can always sign up again if the need arises.
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