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How to cancel your Tinder Gold subscription?

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Tinder is by far the most popular dating app on the planet with over 300 million downloads since it launched in 2012. So much so that the concept of swiping has become synonymous with online dating. Adding to its already impressive list of features, Tinder also has three paid subscriptions that get your more perks, namely Plus, Gold and Platinum, that give you a lot more control over what you see and swipe as well as how your profile appears to other people on the platform. 

Since Tinder’s release, a slew of online dating apps popped up but none were quite able to compete against Tinder on a global platform.

However, if for whatever reason the subscription didn’t quite work out for you, or you’re one of those chosen few who seem to not even need it after the first ten days, you can always choose to cancel your Tinder subscription at any time.

So, if you need to get rid of your Tinder Gold subscription, here’s how. This method also works for Tinder Plus and Platinum.

Also read: Tinder Plus vs Tinder Gold vs Tinder Platinum: What’s the difference?

Cancelling your Tinder Gold subscription

Cancelling your subscription is quite a simple task actually. Follow the steps below to cancel your Tinder Gold, Plus or Platinum subscription.

  • Head over to the Google Play Store.
  • Open the menu by tapping the hamburger menu (triple horizontal bars) icon.
  • Then tap on Subscriptions.
  • Tap on the Tinder subscription.
  • Here you will see all your subscription details, the option to update your payment method and the option to cancel it as well.
How to cancel your Tinder Gold subscription? | Candid.Technology

If you’re using Tinder the iPhone, you can cancel the subscription by going to your phone’s Settings > Apple ID > Subscriptions > Tinder. And that’s how easy it is to cancel your subscription. If you feel like you’ll need it again, you can always go ahead and take another subscription. 

Also read: How to manage subscriptions on the iPhone?

Yadullah Abidi

Yadullah Abidi

Yadullah is a Computer Science graduate who writes/edits/shoots/codes all things cybersecurity, gaming, and tech hardware. When he's not, he streams himself racing virtual cars. He's been writing and reporting on tech and cybersecurity with websites like Candid.Technology and MakeUseOf since 2018. You can contact him here: