A couple of you have commented lately about cancelling those free Coupons.com Savings Club accounts before you get billed. (I’ll be cancelling mine as well — it’s been nowhere near worth $3.00 a month, and I have a philosophical objection to paying for printables.) Don’t worry — I have posts already scheduled to remind you to cancel a couple weeks before the end of each free trial period I posted last year. But here’s how you cancel a Coupons.com Savings Club account, since they hide it.
How do I cancel my Coupons.com Savings Club membership?
Sign into your account in the upper right corner of Coupons.com.
Once signed in, look in the upper right where it says “Welcome, YourName” and click the drop-down arrow on the right.
Choose “Account Setting” from the menu.
Scroll down to the Savings Club section of your account, and click “Contact Support.”
Put in your name, your email, and change the drop-down to “I want to cancel my Saving Club account.” Click the green Submit button bottom right. And that’s how you cancel your Savings Club account. You should get a confirmation via email when it’s cancelled.
Some people don’t have the “I want to cancel” menu option. I’m not sure why. Choose “I want to update my account” and type that you want to cancel in the message box. They will ignore whatever you say, and will also ignore the “I want to cancel,” and in both cases send you a generic email. Reply to THAT email and let them know you want to cancel. When I replied, they sent me a confirmation that I was cancelled within an hour.
However, it’s still showing Savings Club coupons in my account. So we’ll see if it actually does cancel at the end of the month (or the end of my free trial, which is around the third week of Feb.). I’m keeping the email just in case! Update — it did cancel at the end of January. I’m no longer seeing Savings Club coupons when I log in.