Why your Netflix price changed

As we continue to add more TV shows and movies and introduce new product features, our plans and prices may change. We also may adjust plans and pricing to respond to local market changes, such as changes to local taxes or inflation.

When we change plans or prices, we're always working to improve the Netflix experience and invest in quality content for our subscribers around the world.


Here are answers to a few common questions about price changes:


How will I be notified of a price change?

If your price is changing, Netflix will send you an email, as well as display a message when you sign in to Netflix, with details about the price change at least 30 days before the billing date on which your price will increase.

You can also go to the Billing details section of your account to verify your billing date and your plan price.


What if I didn't see the notification about the price change?

If you did not see the email, please confirm that the email address associated with your account is correct.

If you did not see the message when you signed into Netflix, it's possible that someone else who may use your account saw it and took action already.


Where can I compare Netflix plans and prices?

You can compare our current plans and pricing and change plans at any time.


Can I keep the old plan price?

Out of fairness to all of our members, the new plan prices apply to everyone once a price update is announced.