Looking to trim back your subscriptions and cancel your Virgin Active membership in the UK? Nice, we’ve laid out the steps on how to cancel your Virgin Active membership below.
How To Cancel Virgin Active Membership (UK)
To cancel your Virgin Active Membership in the UK, you have two options:
- Cancelling online
- Calling the customer service team
See below for more details on how to cancel via each route:
How To Cancel Virgin Active Membership Online
- Log in online or into the Virgin Active app
- Select “Manage Membership”
- Choose “Cancel Membership
You’ll have a minimum 30 day notice period (once you’re out of your minimum contracted period), so you’ll need to check when your billing date is in order to ensure you get your cancellation in ahead of the 30-day limit otherwise you’ll be charged for another billing period.
How To Cancel Virgin Active Membership By Calling Customer Services
Alternatively, you can contact Virgin Active customer services to cancel your membership by calling 020 7717 9000.
What is Virgin Active Membership?
Virgin Active operate a range of high-end fitness clubs and gyms across the UK. They offer a range of services and facilities from gym classes, personal training, swimming and spa facilities, that vary across their different clubs.
How To Stay On Top Of Monthly Subscriptions
Seeing as you are on this page, you are clearly already working through your subscriptions and trimming some you don’t need. Good work!
Here at The Mindful Money Project, we always harp on about the importance of regularly staying on top of your monthly subscriptions. These can easily get out of hand. And a quick 30 minute check a couple of times a year can save you hundreds (if not thousands) of pounds a year. There aren’t many things that have such a good return on investment for such little time.
How to check what other subscriptions you have though?
You could of course do it manually by downloading your bank statement and tagging up any repeating transactions from month to month.
However, there is an easier way.
These apps connect to your bank account and automatically categorise transactions for you. They will also flag any recurring expenses, as well as a whole bunch more.
Once you have the list of recurring transactions, you can run through and cancel any that you don’t use, or don’t use enough to warrant the monthly cost.
Doing this every 6 months or so is a great (and easy) way to stay across your personal finances.
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