Say you want to pick a different subscription to get better value-for-money, or some extra features to power up your Match.com experience. Or maybe you want to switch to a shorter subscription because you don't think you'll be using Match.com for much longer. Here's how you do it.
Go to www.match.com in your web browser and log in (if you haven't already). Click the gear icon () in the top-left corner, and select Settings.
When you get to the "Settings" screen, click Subscription Status (in either place highlighted below).
At the bottom of the screen that appears, click Choose an Additional Subscription Package.
You'll now see the subscription packages that you can choose from (see our How Much does Match.com Cost article for more information). Click the tabs at the top to choose between Basic or Bundle plans, then click the button beside the plan you want and click Continue.
If you chose a basic plan, you'll be asked if you want to add any of the additional features that you get with a bundle plan to your subscription.
Click the check boxes beside each feature to add or remove it from your subscription, then click Continue. You can also click No Thanks if you don't want any additional features.
You will now be taken to a screen where you can input your billing information.
Click in each of the boxes in the first highlighted section above and type in or select (from left-to-right, top-to-bottom):
- Your first name (as it appears on your credit card)
- Your last name (as it appears on your credit card)
- Your credit card number
- Your credit card's security code (click the question mark for help in finding it)
- The month and year that your credit card expire
- Your mailing code
(NOTE: The small pictures below the highlighted area should automatically light up with your correct payment type, depending on the credit card number that you enter. If they don't, click the one that corresponds to the type of credit card that you use.)
When you're finished entering information, click Subscribe Now.
The next page you'll see is just a confirmation of your subscription purchase. Congratulations! Now, when your old subscription expires, your account will automatically transfer over to the new one, instead of renewing the old one. Just make sure to remember how long your new subscription lasts so you can change or cancel it in time!
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