- Click the Me icon at the top of your LinkedIn homepage.
- Select Access My Premium from the dropdown.
- Click the Manage Premium account button on the right rail. You’ll be redirected to your Premium Subscription settings.
- Under Manage subscription, click Cancel subscription.
At any moment, you can cancel LinkedIn Premium (for example, a membership, promotion, or trial). Your plan will expire at the end of your current paying cycle if you cancel it. You must cancel your plan at least one day before your next scheduled billing date to prevent being charged for another billing cycle.
Because you can’t cancel LinkedIn premium accounts using the official LinkedIn mobile apps for iOS and Android, you’ll have to use a web browser to do it. If you bought it through iTunes, you can cancel it by going to your iTunes Subscription Management page.
Open the Settings application.
At the top of the screen, tap your name.
Select “iTunes & App Store.”
Tap “View Apple ID” on the pop-up window after tapping your Apple ID at the top of the screen.
Select “Subscriptions” from the drop-down menu…
To cancel your subscription, tap “Cancel Subscription” and then confirm your decision.
You might have a Premium subscription, a job posting, or an ad active. For a recent purchase, free trial, job posting, or advertisement account, your bank may have placed an authorization hold.
To delete a credit card:
Click the Me icon in the top right corner of your LinkedIn homepage.
From the dropdown menu, choose Settings & Privacy.
In the top right corner of the page, underneath your connection count, click Company Account.
Select Payment methods from the drop-down menu.
Next to the card you want to get rid of, click Delete.
Premium subscriptions to LinkedIn are non-refundable, including Premium Career, Business, LinkedIn Learning, Recruiter, and Sales Navigator. All Premium services, including InMails, will expire at the end of your paying cycle if you cancel your Premium subscription.
Premium Career assists you in making connections and locating employment. That’s why LinkedIn Premium might be worthwhile for you. Premium Career’s InMail credits, visibility into who saw your profile, and more job information will all be very valuable if you’re looking for work.
Go to your Recruiter account and sign in.
Move your cursor over More at the top of your Recruiter site and click Admin Settings.
In the Manage Your Account box on the left, click Cancel Subscription.
Click the “Cancel subscription” button below the “Manage subscription” subheader. Prompts will display to ask if you’re sure you want to cancel. To terminate your LinkedIn Premium subscription completely, follow the steps below.