So you signed up for NFL Game Pass to stream every out-of-market preseason game, replays of every game, NFL Films, and more. But now the season’s over, your team didn’t make the playoffs (again), and you’re wondering why that $99 charge keeps hitting your credit card. Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Canceling NFL Game Pass is actually pretty straightforward if you know the steps. In just a few minutes, you’ll be saving almost 100 bucks a year and waving goodbye to auto-renew. Keep reading and we’ll walk you through how to cancel NFL Game Pass in three easy steps. Before you know it, you’ll be sipping a cold one without worrying about next season’s bill.
Log Into Your NFL Game Pass Account
To cancel your NFL Game Pass subscription, just follow these easy steps:
1) Log into your NFL Game Pass account. Head to nflgamepass.com and sign in with the email and password you used to create your account.
Once you’re logged in, you’ll see your account details, subscription info, and options to watch games or highlights. Look for the ‘Manage Subscription’ link – this is where you’ll go to cancel.
2) Select ‘Cancel Subscription’. This option may be under a ‘Settings and Billing’ or ‘Account’ menu. When you find it, click ‘Cancel Subscription’ or ‘Cancel NFL Game Pass’.
3) Confirm your cancelation. You may be asked why you’re canceling – you can select a reason from the list or choose ‘Other’. Then, just click ‘Yes, cancel my subscription’ or ‘Cancel Subscription’ to confirm.
Your NFL Game Pass subscription will remain active until the end of your current billing cycle. You’ll still have access to watch games and content during that time. But no more charges will be made to your payment method on file after cancelation.
If you ever want to reactivate your subscription, just log in again and select the ‘Restart Subscription’ or ‘Resubscribe’ option. All your account info and details will still be there waiting for you.
Canceling NFL Game Pass is quick and painless. In just a few clicks, you can say goodbye to those monthly or annual charges and enjoy the games for free over the air or through a streaming service. Let the savings begin!
Confirm Your Cancelation
Once you’ve canceled your NFL Game Pass subscription, you’ll want to confirm the cancelation to avoid being charged again. Here are a few steps to verify your NFL Game Pass subscription has been successfully canceled:
Check your account status
Log into your NFL Game Pass account and look for messages indicating your subscription has been canceled. It may say something like “Your NFL Game Pass subscription has been canceled” or “Your subscription is inactive.” If you see a message your account is still active, contact NFL Game Pass customer service right away.
Look for a cancelation confirmation email
NFL Game Pass should send you an email confirming your request to cancel your subscription. Check your inbox and spam folder for an email with a subject line like “Your NFL Game Pass Subscription Cancelation Confirmation.” Open the email to verify it lists the date your subscription will end. If you don’t receive a confirmation email within 3 business days, contact NFL Game Pass to confirm your cancelation request was received and processed.
- Call NFL Game Pass customer service
For peace of mind, you may want to call NFL Game Pass customer service directly to confirm with a live agent that your subscription has been canceled. Have your account information handy, and ask the agent to verify the status of your subscription and the exact date it will end. Be sure to note the date for your records.
- Monitor your statements
Carefully review your credit card and bank statements to ensure you are not charged for NFL Game Pass after your subscription end date. Dispute any charges immediately with your financial institution and NFL Game Pass. Staying on top of your statements is the best way to catch any improper charges and avoid unwanted subscription renewals.
Following up to confirm your NFL Game Pass subscription cancelation will give you confidence your request was properly received and processed. Be proactive and don’t hesitate to contact customer service with any questions or concerns. The last thing you want is for your subscription to renew automatically without your consent!
Alternatives to NFL Game Pass
Streaming Sports Services
There are several streaming services that offer live sports programming similar to NFL Game Pass. Here are some good alternatives to consider:
- ESPN+ is ESPN’s streaming service with live sports, original shows and films, and an on-demand library of content. It features live NFL, NHL, MLB, MLS, PGA Tour, and Grand Slam tennis matches, as well as college sports. At $6.99/month or $69.99/year, it’s very affordable.
- FuboTV is a live TV streaming service focused on sports, carrying major sports channels like NFL Network, NBA TV, and MLB Network. The base plan includes over 100 channels for $64.99/month. FuboTV offers a free 7-day trial so you can test it out.
- YouTube TV offers over 85 channels including major sports networks. Plans start at $64.99/month. YouTube TV is a great option if you want a full lineup of sports and entertainment channels to replace your cable service.
- Hulu with Live TV provides 60+ live channels including sports networks like ESPN, FS1, NBCSN, and Golf Channel. Pricing starts at $64.99/month. Hulu’s on-demand library is also included, making it a compelling choice for sports fans and entertainment lovers alike.
- Sling TV has two base plans – Sling Orange and Sling Blue – each with 30+ channels for $35/month. Add-on packages provide sports channels like NFL RedZone, NBA TV, NHL Network, and more. Sling TV is a budget-friendly option to stream live sports without a long-term contract.
Rather than paying for NFL Game Pass, you have several live TV streaming alternatives that provide a wider range of sports and entertainment content for a similar or lower monthly cost. Be sure to take advantage of any free trials to find the service that suits you best. Canceling NFL Game Pass is a breeze once you’ve found a suitable replacement.