Discount Savings Club

Discount Savings Club is a website meant for helping you locate discounts in your area using your city or zip code. The site then brings up results for both shopping and dining discounts that can save you money. The site simply charges a basic membership fee to give you access to these results.

Cutting down on subscriptions is a great way to help save on a budget or perhaps you just aren’t using your membership much. Cancelling memberships can often be confusing but these steps should help simplify the process:

Things You Need To Cancel Your Membership

  • Your full name
  • Your full billing address
  • Your phone number
  • Your email address
  • Your Discount Savings Club account ID
  • Your Discount Savings Club password

To Cancel Your membership via Phone

  1. Call 866-539-4826
  2. Request to cancel your membership
  3. Save cancellation confirmation for your records

If You Need To Cancel a Charge For Travel Savings Club via Phone

  1. Call 866-424-6964
  2. Request to cancel your membership
  3. Save cancellation confirmation for your records

To Cancel via Website

  1. Login at
  2. Navigate to
  3. Follow the instructions to cancel your membership
  4. Enter your information
  5. Save cancellation confirmation for your records

Finishing The Sign up Process

If you signed up and are unable to cancel your membership, you may need to finish creating your account here is how:

  1. Login in with two of the following: Last Name, Phone Number, or Account ID (provided in your welcome letter)
  2. Login at
  3. Register with an email address and password of your choosing (save this information)
  4. Wait for a verification email
  5. Follow the steps for cancelling via the website above


  • Discount Savings Club does not allow you to cancel immediately after creating an account. You will need to finish the full signup process after providing billing information. The steps are available above.
  • You will not receive a refund for unused time. The membership cancels at the end of the billing cycle