World of Warcraft has a three-tier plan. $14.99 on a monthly basis, $13.99 on a quarterly basis, and $12.99 for half a year. If you had subscribed for any of the one WoW subscription plans it will be auto-renewed in the next billing cycle. In this article, I will help you with the exact steps on how to cancel WoW monthly, 3-months, and 6 months subscription plans. Also, what are the terms and conditions to get a refund back?
How To Cancel WoW Subscription?
WoW, subscription can be canceled online or via the Battle.net desktop app. Keep your login details ready and follow the below steps.
- Log in to Battle.net and click on Games and Subscription
- Or click on the above link to directly visit the Account page.
- On the left look for Games & Subscription.
- Click on Manage next to WoW.
- Click on Cancel Subscription.
How to Get a Refund after canceling WoW Subscription?
WoW subscription is non-refundable. After paying for 1-Month, 3-Months, or 6 Months, you can either cancel the subscription or stop using the same. But once paid the amount is not refundable as per battle.net terms and conditions. It is best to go for one monthly plan if you are just trying this service. And then go for bigger plans in case you are interested. Or else once paid there is no way you can get the money back.
But still, if you want to try out claiming a refund refer to this link. If you had accidentally made a purchase then you can connect to battle.net and request for refund.
How to fix WoW Subscription Required Error?
Subscription Required is an error by a companion app. If you are facing this or if you ever came across this error then try the following steps to resolve this.
- Buy Shadowlands Expansion
- No Game Time in Account
- Reset Password
- Re-install the app.
These are common fixes that will help you to get rid of subscription-required errors. This is for those players who are already having the updated games, DLCs, and game time. The error is linked with the app as it is unable to update and download the latest info from the server.