Subscription Pricing FAQ

How much does a subscription cost in my country?

Visit https://www.strava.com/pricing to see the subscription price in your region.

How do I check my renewal price?

If you subscribed through iOS:

    1. Open the Strava app and tap the Settings button in the upper right corner.
    2. Under Account, tap Subscription Membership to view your renewal price.
    3. Your subscription will automatically renew at the price shown unless you cancel at least a day before. To learn more or cancel, review your subscription.

If you subscribed through Android:

    1. Open the Strava app and tap the Settings button in the upper right corner.
    2. Under Account, tap Current Subscription to view your renewal price.
    3. If your price is changing, you may need to agree to the new price to continue your subscription. To learn more or cancel, review your subscription.

If you subscribed through the Strava website:

    1. On the Strava website, hover over your profile photo to go to Settings, then My Account to view your upcoming renewal price from your Account Page.
    2. Your subscription will automatically renew at the price shown unless you cancel at least a day before. To learn more or cancel, review your subscription.

How do I change my monthly subscription to an annual one?

If you subscribed through iOS:

    • Strava app Settings > Subscription Membership > Change to Monthly/Annual > select Subscription (1 Year)

If you subscribed through Android:

    • Strava app Settings > Current Subscription > Change Billing Cycle > select Yearly

If you subscribed through the Strava website:

    • At this time there is no way to switch from monthly to annual while keeping an active subscription. First, visit your Account page and first cancel your subscription. You then will need to wait for your subscription to end on the listed date, then you can re-subscribe to an annual subscription.
      • Please note that you will not lose any data by canceling your subscription. 

How will I know if my price is going to change?

From time to time, the price of your Strava subscription plan may change to reflect new subscriber-only features and functionality. If the price of your Strava subscription plan changes, you will receive notice of your price change at least 30 days before your renewal date. This notice will state the updated price and the date when it will go into effect. Please note, that applicable local taxes may change without notice.

I subscribed through Apple. Why can’t I see my upcoming renewal price?

If you subscribed through Apple, please visit the iOS app store to ensure you see the most up-to-date information about your new price.

I’m not currently paying in my local currency. How do I update my subscription?

    • There may be several reasons why your current subscription is not in your local currency. These reasons may include:
      • You subscribed before Strava accepted your local currency
      • You have moved to a new country since you first subscribed
      • You were traveling outside of your country when you first subscribed
    • At this time there is no way to switch your currency while keeping an active subscription. First, visit your Account page and cancel your subscription. You then will need to wait for your subscription to end on the listed date, then you can re-subscribe in your local currency.
      • Please note that you will not lose any data by canceling your subscription. You will only lose access to the paid features temporarily when your subscription expires. Access to those features will be turned back on once you re-subscribe.

I currently have a Student Plan. What’s happening to my subscription?

    • For Strava members who are still eligible for a Student Plan discount, you will be able to receive the same discount towards the updated price.
      • You will receive notice of your price change at least 30 days before your renewal date, stating the updated price.
      • You will need to re-verify your student status before your renewal date in order to continue with the discounted price.
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