how to cancel gousto subscription uk

How To Cancel Gousto Subscription UK

Bored of the recipes or wanting to try a different provider and looking for instructions on how to cancel your Gousto subscription (UK)? You’re in the right place. Check out how to cancel your Gousto subscription below.

How To Cancel Gousto Subscription UK

In order to cancel your Gousto subscription, you’ll need to do one of the following:

  • Log in to your Gousto account and choose to cancel your subscription or account via the “My Details” or “My Subscription” tab
  • Contact the customer service team through live chat via the Help Centre
  • Or by calling the customer service team on 020 3011 1002

What is Gousto?

Gousto is a recipe box and meal kit delivery and subscription service. You select the recipes you want, and Gousto will send you all of the ingredients and a recipe card to make it. All of the ingredients are perfectly portioned for the recipe, so you don’t need to buy large packets of obscure ingredients or have any food wastage. As a result of the ease and convenience of the service, lots of people have it delivered every week.

How To Stay On Top Of Your Subscriptions

The fact that you’re here shows you are looking at ways to reduce your monthly subscriptions. Good effort!

Here at The Mindful Money Project, we always harp on about how important stripping back your monthly subscriptions is. These can build up over time and a lot of the time without you remembering or knowing.

Going through your bank statements regularly and cancelling subscriptions you no longer use is a low-effort way to put hundreds (if not thousands) of pounds back into your pocket over the course of a year.

How best to do it?

You could of course do it manually by downloading your bank statement and marking each recurring transaction that happens month to month.,

However, there is an easier way.

You can download one of the top budgeting apps (our favourites are Plum*, Snoop* and Emma*). These will connect to your bank account and automatically categorise your transactions as you make them. They also help flag your monthly subscriptions.

Once you have this list, you can run through and cancel any that you no longer use, or cancel any that you don’t feel you get enough value from to warrant the monthly payment.

*Any links with an asterisk may be affiliate links. Even though we may receive a payment if you use this link to sign up for the service, it does not influence our editorial content and we remain independent. The views expressed are based on our own experience and analysis of the service.

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