In this article, we compiled all the (legal) ways to get Spotify Premium for free, so you can enjoy your preferred artists without worrying about your budget - just keep reading!
What is Spotify Premium?
Spotify Premium is a paid subscription plan that allows users to enjoy the music streaming service without ad interruptions, with unlimited skips, and the possibility to play any song. Another advantage of this plan is the free download feature.
How much is Spotify Premium?
Spotify Premium has four different options: Individual ($9.99/month), Duo ($12.99/month), Family ($15.99/month), and Student ($4.99). Those different plans come with different additional features, such as the number of profiles (2 for the Duo plan, up to 6 for the Family plan, 1 for Individual and Student) and various advantages (for example, the possibility to block explicit music with the Family plan or get the Hulu (ad-supported) plan with the Student plan).
How to get the classic trial?
Heading to the official Spotify Premium page is undoubtedly the easiest way to get the service for free. Creating an account will give you access to a 1-month free trial. After that, you will have to pay the monthly subscription but you can cancel the service anytime, for example, the night before your free trial comes to an end. However, you should keep in mind that this Spotify Premium free trial is available only for users who haven’t tried it before. This means that you can benefit from it only once with the same account. If you want to enjoy it for several months, you will have to create a new account every time the trial expires.
What is Spotify and Xbox Game Pass?
Another ongoing partnership is the one with Xbox. Those who have the Xbox Game Pass and haven’t tried Premium before can get 4 months of the service for free. To claim this offer, you have to go to open the Xbox (mobile, console, or Windows), go to the the Perks gallery. Next, you have to select the the Spotify Premium perk. You will have two options: open a direct link or scan a QR code with your mobile.
This offer ends on May 1st, 2022.
How to get Spotify for TikTok users?
Europe-based TikTok users can now enjoy a 4-months free trial. To claim this offer, you have to open your TikTok account. From there, you have a few options:
Go to the For You page or the Me page and select TikTok Rewards - this way, you will see if you have a TikTok code.
Go to the Discover page and look for the TikTok x Spotify Rewards banner. Click on it and select the Get 4 months for free button.
Just type Spotify in the Search option and then again, select the Get 4 months for free button.
This offer is available in Germany, the UK, Spain, France, Italy Turkey, and Poland.
This offer expired on July 25th, 2022 but we recommend keeping your eye open for a future partnership.
How to get the PayPal trial?
Another way to get the service for free is thanks to PayPal. To do this, you have to claim this option, which will give you access to a 3-month free trial. Just like the classic trial, you will have to cancel it before the 3 months period expires.
Keep in mind that this partnership isn’t always available and you will have to check regularly if it is offered.
For Samsung users
Although this offer has already expired, you should know that Samsung and TikTok have had a partnership in the past, offering a 6-months free trial. So if you are a Samsung user, you might want to check regularly if this partnership isn’t renewed.
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