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This page helps: https://help.audible.com/s/article/how-can-i-cancel-my-membership?language=en_US

If you decide to cancel your Audible membership, remember to use your credits. Your books will keep. But if you do want to back up Audible books on your computer, suggest you use Audio Converter to convert audiobooks offline. It saves Audible books and you can play them anywhere in a plain format. I use the DRmare Audio Converter.

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You can find all the info on the many different options for cancelling your Audible account on the Audible website:

http://audible.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/3765/~/cancelling-audible-membership

Hope that helps!

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To cancel your Audible plan, follow these instructions:
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