Amazon Prime is an amazing subscription service, but it’s not right for everyone. If you’re thinking about canceling your membership, here’s how to do it and some pros and cons of canceling as well. If you decide to keep your Amazon Prime subscription, after all, I’ve included some helpful tips on how to get the most out of your Prime membership too!

Find Your Account Information

In order to cancel your account, you’ll need your account information. You can find all of that on your Account Settings page, which you can get to from any product page or by clicking on Your Account in the upper right corner of any screen. Once there, you should be able to find a link for Manage Prime Membership. This is where you’ll want to confirm that your plan is eligible for cancellation. From here, go ahead and click End membership if it’s available!

Go to Manage Subscribe & Save Program Amazon Prime

Sign in to your account and click on Your Account in the top right corner. Then click on Your Subscribe & Save Items. It will take you to a page showing all of your subscribe and save items with an option to cancel them. Choose an item you want to cancel and it will bring up a window where you can edit or cancel it. You will see that option.

Get Rid of the Automatically Renewal Option

If you’re a prime member and your membership is set up to automatically renew, you’ll need to cancel that renewal. The easiest way to do that is on Amazon’s website; click Your Account and then select Manage Prime Membership. From there, you can opt-out of automatic renewal. If your membership isn’t set up for automatic renewal, skip down two paragraphs.

Take Action if There’s Still an Automatic Payment Coming Through

If you’re still paying for a membership using an automatic payment method, contact your bank or credit card company right away. Ask them to cancel your membership and refund any payments you’ve already made for the upcoming months. Often, these companies will work with you on canceling your membership; there is usually little hassle involved if you go about it quickly enough. The sooner you contact your bank or credit card company, the sooner they can help get things figured out with Amazon. Hopefully, by now, your account has been canceled and all charges have been stopped—but if not, at least you’ll be working with someone who is familiar with handling complaints like yours.

Enjoy Your Savings Without Amazon Prime

Chances are, you signed up for Amazon Prime to get your hands on all kinds of perks, including free two-day shipping. But with an estimated 30 million members, and new features added all the time, it can be easy to lose track of what you really use most. If you’re not using certain features—say, Prime Video or Kindle lending library—it may make sense for you to cut back your membership without any early termination fees. A recent report from Consumer Intelligence Research Partners estimates that about 10 million U.S. households have never used their full Prime membership benefits at all! Don’t let yours be one of them: Use our tips below and get back on track with your purchases before it’s too late!