Though TripAdvisor may be a great way to learn about travel destinations all over the world, you may have grown tired of it, and/or decided to move on to another travel or booking website. In this article, we’ll explain exactly how to remove your TripAdvisor account. If you’re looking for an alternative to TripAdvisor, check out our article on the best 9 websites like TripAdvisor!
Need more detail? Check out our step-by-step instructions (with pictures) below.
Go to www.tripadvisor.com and sign in to your account.
Click on your name, and then click Account Info from the drop-down menu.
Scroll to the bottom of the page and click Close Your Account.
You will now be given options regarding why you wish to close your account. Click Change Subscriptions (to emails), Remove Your Review, Disconnect Facebook (account), or Disconnect Google (account) if you wish to do any of these things instead of deactivating your account. If you don't, then click on one of the bubbles on the left side of the screen to indicate why you are leaving TripAdvisor.
You can also choose “I Have Other Reasons for Leaving” if none of these apply. If you do, you can click in the box below it (highlighted here) and type in a message to their customer service team. Then scroll down for the final step.
Click in the box labelled "Please Enter Your Password to Finish Closing Your Account" and enter your account password. Then click the Close My Account button to the right of your password.
And that’s how you cancel your TripAdvisor account! Visit our previous article to learn more about TripAdvisor alternatives, if you’ve still got the travel bug and are interested in other booking and travel websites.
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