How to Cancel Amazon Kids Plus Subscription


Amazon Kids Plus, previously known as Amazon FreeTime, is a great service that gives your kids access to kid-friendly content in a safe ecosystem. However, when your kids outgrow it, you’ll want to cancel that subscription to save a few dollars. Thankfully, Amazon makes it easy to cancel Amazon Kids Plus, and you’re even issued a refund for any part of your subscription you’ve paid for that you won’t be using.

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Steps to Cancel Amazon Kids Plus

  1. Open your web browser and navigate to You’ll land on your Amazon home screen.
  2. Click to expand the “Accounts and Lists” dropdown menu at the top of the screen, and then click “Memberships and Subscriptions” in the Your Account section. You’ll land on the Your Memberships and Subscriptions screen where you’ll see a list of your current subscriptions.

  1. Find Amazon Kids Plus, and then click “Cancel Subscription” in the row associated with that. A Cancel Your Subscription screen will be displayed, asking you to pick a reason why you want to cancel your Amazon Kids Plus subscription.

  1. Choose the reason you’re cancelling your subscription, and then click “Continue to Cancel.” Another screen will be displayed trying to get you to keep Amazon Kids Plus. Click “Continue to Cancel” again. Another screen trying to get you to not cancel is shown.

  1. Click “Cancel My Subscription.” A message will pop up confirming that your Amazon Kids Plus subscription has been cancelled, and the screen showing your Amazon Kids Plus status will show you as not currently subscribed. Your kids will lose access to the content immediately, and you’ll be reimbursed immediately for any part of what you’ve paid for that you won’t use.

Can I Get a Refund After Cancelling My Amazon Kids Plus Subscription?

If you’re considering cancelling your Amazon Kids+ subscription, you may be wondering if you can receive a refund for any remaining subscription time. The answer is yes, Amazon offers refunds in some cases.

If you cancel your subscription within the first 30 days, you can receive a full refund. This is known as the Amazon Kids+ 30-day free trial, and it allows customers to try the service without any risk. If you decide to cancel during this period, you won’t be charged, and you can receive a refund for any subscription fees you paid.

However, if you cancel your subscription after the 30-day free trial has ended, you will not receive a refund for any remaining subscription time. This means that if you cancel in the middle of your billing cycle, you will not receive a refund for the days or weeks that you didn’t use the service.

It’s worth noting that if you cancel your Amazon Kids+ subscription but still have an active Amazon Prime subscription, you may continue to have access to some Kids+ content. In this case, you may not be eligible for a refund, since you still have access to some of the service’s features.

If you’re unsure whether you’re eligible for a refund or have any other questions about cancelling your Amazon Kids+ subscription, you can contact Amazon customer service for more information.

Will I Be Charged If I Cancel Amazon Kids+?

No, you won’t be charged if you cancel before the next billing cycle. Amazon Kids+ is a monthly subscription service, and it will only charge you on a recurring basis for as long as you continue to subscribe. So, if you cancel before the next billing cycle, you won’t be charged again.

Can I Cancel Amazon Kids+ at Any Time?

Yes, you can cancel your Amazon Kids+ subscription anytime without any restrictions. Whether you’re cancelling because you no longer need the service or you’re simply taking a break, you can cancel your subscription at any time. It’s a straightforward process that you can complete online in just a few clicks.

How Do I Know If My Amazon Kids+ Subscription Has Been Cancelled?

You can check your account settings to see the status of your Amazon Kids+ subscription. Once you’ve cancelled, your subscription status should reflect that you’re no longer an active subscriber. You’ll also receive an email confirmation to let you know that your cancellation request has been processed.

Can I Still Use Amazon Kids+ After Cancelling My Subscription?

No, you won’t be able to access any Amazon Kids+ content after cancelling your subscription. Once you’ve cancelled, you’ll lose access to the content and features that come with the service, including the ability to stream movies, TV shows, and educational games.

What Happens to My Saved Content if I Cancel My Amazon Kids+ Subscription?

You’ll lose access to your saved content once your subscription is cancelled. Any content that you’ve downloaded or saved to your device will no longer be accessible once your subscription ends. However, if you re-subscribe to Amazon Kids+ in the future, you’ll be able to access any content that you previously downloaded or saved.

Do I Need to Uninstall the Amazon Kids+ App After Cancelling My Subscription?

No, you don’t need to uninstall the Amazon Kids+ app after cancelling your subscription. The app will still be on your device, but you won’t be able to access any content without an active subscription. You can leave the app on your device in case you decide to re-subscribe in the future.

What If I Accidentally Cancel My Amazon Kids+ Subscription?

If you accidentally cancel your Amazon Kids+ subscription, you can simply re-subscribe to regain access to the content. Just go to your account settings and select the option to re-subscribe. Keep in mind that you’ll need to have an active subscription to access any content.

Is There a Penalty for Cancelling My Amazon Kids+ Subscription Early?

There are no penalties for cancelling your Amazon Kids+ subscription early, but you won’t be refunded for any unused portion of your subscription. Once you cancel, you’ll still have access to Amazon Kids+ content until the end of your current billing cycle. However, you won’t receive a prorated refund for any unused time.

Reasons to Consider Cancelling Amazon Kids Plus Subscription

1. Cost

The cost of Amazon Kids+ subscription may become too much for some families. Monthly or annual fees add up, and families need to balance their budget. Before renewing, consider if the content offered is worth the cost. Take advantage of the free trial period to see if the service meets your needs.

2. No Longer Needed

Children grow up fast and their interests change. For example, your kids may have transitioned to using other Android devices, or an iPad. When your child no longer shows interest in Amazon Kids+, it may be time to cancel the subscription. Don’t waste money on a service that’s no longer being used.

3. Duplication of Services

If your family already has similar content or services from another provider, there’s no need to keep paying for Amazon Kids+. Compare the offerings and make an informed decision.

4. Privacy Concerns

Privacy is a top priority for many families. Amazon collects and shares data with third-party companies. If you’re uncomfortable with this, consider canceling the subscription.

5. Lack of Content

Your child may not find enough content in Amazon Kids+ to keep them entertained. A lack of interesting and engaging content is a common reason for cancellation. Research alternative options and make a change if necessary.

6. Technical Issues

Technical problems, such as slow streaming or difficulty accessing content, can be frustrating. If the service doesn’t meet your expectations, consider canceling and looking for a better option.

7. No Longer Using Amazon Devices

If your family switches to using different devices or platforms, you may no longer need Amazon Kids+. Make sure the service you’re paying for is being used to its full potential.

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