How to cancel Crunchyroll membership

Updated: July 5, 2021

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Launched in 2006 by a bunch of college graduates, Crunchyroll has become one of the largest anime and manga platforms in the world. More than 70 million users are registered, with 3 million of them paying customers. Despite the millions of happy customers, not everyone is happy. This is why many have gone on to cancel their Crunchyroll membership. If you’re thinking similar thoughts, you’ve come to the right place.

Steps to cancel a Crunchyroll membership

Step 1 – Login to your Crunchyroll account through their website

Login to your Crunchyroll account by visiting this link –

Step 2 – Navigate to the Account Billing Page to see the status of your subscription

After you’ve successfully logged in, visit the Account Billing Page to see your subscription details. If you’re already logged in, click on this link to go straight there –

Step 3 – Click on the Cancel button to stop the automatic renewal or close your account before your free trial ends

If you’re still on a free trial, cancelling should be quite easy to do. Otherwise, click cancel and your membership will stop on the next renewal date.

Step 4 – Confirm your membership has been cancelled by checking your subscription status

Once you’ve followed all the steps to cancel, re-check your subscription status to confirm your membership has actually been cancelled.

Other ways to cancel

The steps to cancel above are if you’ve become a member by paying with a credit card. If you used Paypal, log in to your Paypal account and find the latest charge by Crunchyroll – click on it to see more details and manage the automatic payments. If you used iTunes, you can manage your Crunchyroll subscription by visiting this link –

One Of The Anime Shows Streaming On Crunchyroll
One Of The Anime Shows Streaming On Crunchyroll

If none of the options above is working for you, you can send their team a message through this contact form – Otherwise, you can send them a message on social media (links below).

Popular reasons to cancel Crunchyroll

With more than 1,000 anime shows on their platform, it’s no surprise they have more than 70 million registered users watching the various series. It’s also no surprise that some of the biggest media companies in the world want to buy it. However, even with the innovative features being added to the platform, many are still choosing to cancel. But why?

One of the most common reasons people cancel a Crunchyroll membership is that they’ve watched everything they want to watch. Unfortunately, there isn’t an infinite number of anime and manga shows out there, despite the many being created everywhere. And when there are no more shows to watch, there’s nothing left to do but cancel their subscription. This is also one of the most popular reasons people cancel their Cineworld Unlimited cards over in the UK.

Competition is another major reason people cancel. Crunchyroll isn’t the only service out there hosting anime shows, far from it. There are many in the industry, and when one service becomes better than another, it’s time to move on. This is exactly why many people have closed their Crunchyroll accounts and moved to another anime streaming platform.

A similar thing can be said for those who’ve chosen to cancel NordVPN. As the VPN market has become overly saturated in recent years, many providers are offering highly competitive deals to bring on new customers.

Last words

Crunchyroll offers a great platform for many happy customers. So if you’re not 100% certain you want to cancel your membership just yet, send one of their representatives a message on social media:

Cancelling because your monthly subscriptions are starting to add up? Maybe it’s time for a cleanup. If you have a Nintendo, chances are you have Nintendo Online as well. And if you do, maybe it’s time to thinking about cancelling it as well.

Hi! I'm Carly - I've been helping people cancel their services for many years now after I was stung by one of the largest organizations in the world over and over. I spent weeks trying to cancel but they always gave me the runaround. And so, I created MyCancel to help you cancel whatever it is you're trying to cancel and quickly as possible. If you have a question - feel free to send me an email!

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