If you’ve never used Spotify Premium and want to finally try it out, now you can get a free trial for three months instead of the regular month (opens in new tab).
The new deal applies to the Spotify Premium Single plan – which usually costs $10 / £10 / AU$12 a month – saving you extra cash compared to the regular one-month trial. This deal will also give you a little more time to decide if Spotify Premium is really the best music streaming service for you.
Unfortunately, there are some restrictions to this agreement, the main one being that your account cannot have a Premium subscription beforehand. If so, you will be blocked from this agreement, although that doesn’t mean you still can’t save to Spotify.
If you opted out of Spotify Premium before July 15, 2022, you can restart your Individual plan subscription and get two months free when you pay the first one – saving you $20 / £20 / AU$20.
If you want to take advantage of this Spotify offer, do it quickly. The deal is only available until September 9, 2022.
What is Spotify Premium?
Spotify Premium comes with a number of benefits that free subscribers don’t get; You can download songs to listen to them offline, you have more freedom to listen to the songs you love thanks to unlimited jumps, and you can enjoy an ad-free experience.
Plus, if you have a compatible smart speaker – like one of the best Sonos speakers – you can finally use Spotify Connect to directly stream your music to it.
At some point in the future, Spotify Premium should also give access to Spotify HiFi. However, despite announcing it over a year ago, Spotify’s Hi-Res Audio feature has yet to materialize.
If you’re not sold on Spotify Premium, then you’re not the only one – it’s supposedly lost about 1 million subscribers (opens in new tab) in the UK in Q1 2022. Instead of Spotify, you can check out these three streaming services (opens in new tab).