Bored of your subscription or wanting to move to another provider? We get you. We’ve done the research and laid out the steps you need to take below to cancel your Les Mills On Demand subscription (for our UK based readers).
How To Cancel Les Mills On Demand UK
- Sign in to your account
- Hover over your profile in the top right and select “Account” from the dropdown menu
- Under “subscription details”, press “Cancel Subscription”
- Follow the prompts until you have a cancellation confirmation
If you were signed up to Les Mills On Demand through a 3rd party such as your workplace or gym, then the above steps will likely not work and you will need to contact the partner that signed you up directly (i.e your gym or workplace).
What is Les Mills On Demand?
Les Mills On Demand is a fitness and workout content business, providing structured workout videos, classes and content digitally. You can watch through a variety of devices and apps. This is the same brand that designed the popular Les Mills series you’ll see in many physical gym classes around the country such as GRIT and BodyBalance.
How To Stay On Top Of Subscriptions
Given you are here cancelling your subscription, it is clear to see you are already on top of your subscriptions and it is great to see!
We always wax lyrical here at The Mindful Money Project about how important it is to stay on top of your monthly subscriptions. This is one of the easiest ways to give your personal finances a spring clean. We recommend running through your subscriptions regularly, at least twice a year, to trim out any that you no longer use.
Doing this can save you hundreds (if not thousands depending on how many subscriptions you have) per year.
How to find out which subscriptions you have?
You can do this manually by downloading your bank statement and tagging up any repeating transactions from month to month.
However, there is a much easier way.
These apps connect to your bank accounts via Open Banking and will automatically categorise your transactions. They will also flag any monthly subscriptions you have (as well as much, much more).
Once you have the list of subscriptions, you can scan through and cancel these one by one if you either don’t use them or they don’t give you enough value to justify their cost.
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