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How to cancel your Tinder subscription on an Android device in 2 different ways

How to cancel your Tinder subscription on an Android device in 2 different ways

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Whether you’ve decided Tinder Plus or Tinder Gold is not worth your time or money, or you’ve met someone and are ready for a deeper commitment, it might be time to cancel your premium Tinder subscription.

If you’re an Android user, here are two different ways to cancel a Tinder subscription, depending on how you signed up.

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1. Open the Play Store app on your Android.

2. Tap the three horizontal grey bars at the top to see the sidebar menu.

3. Tap “Subscriptions.”

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4. Find and tap the Tinder subscription.

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5. Select “Cancel subscription,” at the bottom.

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6. You will be asked why you’re cancelling. You can choose an option, or select “Decline to answer” at the bottom. The tap “Continue.”

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7. Select “Cancel Subscription.”

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How to cancel a Tinder subscription on Android through the app’s account settings

If you signed up for a Tinder Plus or Gold by entering your payment details straight into the app, the process is a little different:

1. Open the Tinder for Android app. Then tap the profile icon in the top right corner.

2. Tap “Settings,” located below your profile picture, on the right.

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3. Find and tap “Manage Payment Account.”

4. Tap Cancel Subscription.

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