The simplest way to end your Game Pass membership is to turn off concurrent billing. This will allow you to keep using Game Pass for the duration remaining on your subscription (typically one month from payment), before cutting off at the beginning of the next billing cycle.
If you’re using a web browser:
- Sign into your Game Pass account and then select your profile icon and choose My subscription from the menu. Note: If you can’t locate the option in your Game Pass account, you can find it among all of your Microsoft subscriptions.
- Find your Game Pass plan in the list and choose and select the down arrow” on the right side of its entry to reveal a list of your options.
- Select Turn off recurring billing, then confirm.
- Or, if you’d rather cancel right away, select Manage next to the Game Pass menu arrow and then choose Cancel subscription.
Or, if you’re using an Xbox console:
- Press the Xbox button on your controller and select Profile & system from the menu.
- Select Settings, followed by Account.
- Choose your Game Pass membership from the list, then follow the prompts to complete the cancellation process.
It’s worth noting that Game Pass Ultimate plans (and only Ultimate) may also offer an option for a refund of your unused time if you decide to cancel it right away — and if there’s still time left on your subscription, of course.