Perhaps the only thing more frustrating, with respect to Priceline.com, than trying to figure out how to unsubscribe from Priceline mailings, is trying to figure out how to cancel your Priceline account. It turns out that your frustration with trying to delete your Priceline account is both understandable, and shared by others. That’s because there is no way to cancel your Priceline account via the website, even if you are logged in to your account. There aren’t even any instructions for how to cancel your Priceline account.
In fact, there is no way to cancel your Priceline account on your own.
You have to contact a live person.
And guess what. There is no obvious way to contact a live person – such as live chat support – on the Priceline.com website either.
So, here is how to contact live chat support at Priceline.com, which, not coincidentally, is what you need to do to cancel your Priceline account (you can also call them, if you feel like picking up the telephone, but we believe that you shouldn’t have to do that to cancel your account).
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Note: You must be logged in to your Priceline.com account for this to work.
Once you are logged in to your Priceline account:
This link takes you to your “my trips” page on Priceline, and on that page, unlike most of the other pages on Priceline, you will get a popup that offers you “Click here to chat” live chat support:
Once you click on the “Click here to chat” box, a chat window will open, and you will be connected to a live Priceline support person. You can ask them to cancel your account, and they will.
You can, of course, also ask them for other assistance.
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