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Save on your subscription to Spotify Premium with this discounted gift card

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Discounts on Spotify don't come around often at all, but Black Friday is your rare opportunity to score a saving. Right now, Best Buy is offering 15% off the $60 Spotify gift card (opens in new tab) meaning you'll pay just $51 for it. This gift card is only valid for individual Spotify Premium accounts; Student and Family plans are excluded. However, it's worth noting that both new and current users of the service can take advantage of this offer. This deal is for a physical gift card that will be shipped to you for free, or you can choose to pick up in-store. While you may have to wait a few days to get it versus a digital code, you're basically getting free money if you'd regularly pay for Spotify Premium anyway. A physical card is also better for giving as a gift.

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Discounts on Spotify don't come around often at all, so you should make the most of them when they do. This Black Friday offer saves you $9 on the $60 physical gift card. It ships free and will make a great gift for any music lover (or yourself).

Spotify is well-regarded for its ability to learn what sort of music you like and make recommendations to you so you always have something new to listen to. Once it has discovered some of your music tastes, it will start suggesting new albums and artists for you to check out and curate playlists designed for you which actually hit the mark pretty well. It's a great way to discover music and also relisten to your favorite jams. You'll be able to stream all your favorite music. Play those songs anywhere, including your mobile devices and you'll stop getting interrupted by ads like in the free version. There are also several interesting podcasts that are exclusively available to Spotify listeners only, plus Spotify Wrapped is always a fun way to see how your year in music played out.

If you're torn between going with Spotify or Apple Music and this deal hasn't convinced you, we've put together a handy comparison of the two services so you can figure out which is right for you.

Adam Oram is a Senior Writer at iMore. He studied Media at Newcastle University and has been writing about technology since 2013. He previously worked as an Apple Genius and as a Deals Editor at Thrifter. His spare time is spent watching football (both kinds), playing Pokémon games, and eating vegan food. Follow him on Twitter at [@adamoram](