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Spotify offers discounts on Premium subscriptions just in time for the holidays

Spotify appears to be getting into the festive spirit with the holidays just around the corner. The popular music streaming service is offering consumers in both the UK and US special promotions on its premium subscription to tempt them into taking out new accounts for 2015. How does three months' worth of Spotify Premium for just $0.99 sound?

If you reside in the US, you'll be able to pick up that deal highlighted above, using the links below. However, if you're in the UK, Spotify is offering two months of Premium for free when you subscribe for a single month at £9.99. While it's not the same deal as the US, it's still an offer worth taking up. You have until December 31 to act.

Source: Spotify Holiday Deal (US) (UK)

32 Comments
  • 3 months for 99 cents? I'm in. For 3 months... Posted via Android Central App
  • Yeah IKR.
  • OK so I signed in and its saying 9.99 per month...maybe cause I had a free trial before? Or its only new users? Or a glitch? Posted via Android Central App
  • Same thing here, I had a promo a few years ago, I am guessing it is for new users only.
  • I think I had a promo too, so it won't let me do it. But I'll keep trying. Lol Posted via Android Central App
  • Maybe I'll try making a new account:) lol Posted via Android Central App
  • I've done the free trial in the past, and I was able to get the 99 cents deal. I think it's just a glitch.
  • Unfortunately... NO. I was just ROBBED of $9.00 because I assumed the discount would be applied. Android Central needs to update this article immediately before anyone else is ripped off by these crooks!
  • Those wretched vandals! LOL calm down bro
  • Spotify is at fault for your assumption? If you had scrolled down to the bottom of the page, you would have seen this: * Spotify® Premium Introductory Trial Offer Terms and Conditions apply. Users who have subscribed to the Premium or Unlimited service or who have taken a trial are ineligible for this offer.
  • if you just signed up just call Spotify and be polite and calm, they will refund you if you just explain the situation. Posted via the Android Central App
  • I'm in! Posted via Android Central App
  • No Chromecast, no buy. Period. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Too true. Plus the addition of Songza and videos has put Google Play Music at the top for me. Posted via Android Central App
  • the device authorizations on google music bother me Posted via the Android Central App
  • Disclaimer : " * Spotify® Premium Introductory Trial Offer Terms and Conditions apply. Users who have subscribed to the Premium or Unlimited service or who have taken a trial are ineligible for this offer." Bummer. Posted via Android Central App
  • Suuuuuucccckkkksssss! Posted via Android Central App
  • You seem to be super distraught by this... I don't think you realize that they really don't want your "business." The point here is that it's a discounted/free trial, to see who will continue with the service at full price. But you just want something for nothing, and that's not how the world works.
  • I'm currently on a free trial so I guess I'm not eligible. :-( Posted via the Android Central App
  • I'm on a free trial right now and I'm not eligible :( should have waited 3 weeks. Posted via Android Central App
  • Before I sign up with the free trial. Any input on how it works. Comparing to Rhapsody?
  • It was $1.09 for me, the .99 cent had taxes (thats okay though) It's funny, I JUST added the Spotify app on my nexus 6 last night.
  • I use both Spotify (premium) and Google Music (free). My CDs are uploaded to Google's server. I also use my Google Opinion Rewards credits to buy the occasional track or two. I like that Spotify warns me when I'm adding a duplicate to a play list (Google REALLY needs to add that functionality). I DON'T like that I cannot sort my Spotify playlists alphabetically. Neither service is perfect on its own so I am resigned to using both. If Google ever fixes the duplicate issue, I'll switch to its music service exclusively (are you listening Google?).
  • That's my issue...none of these services have gotten it right yet leaving me one unhappy customer. SPOTIFY
    Much nicer interface
    Better social integration
    Tells me about live gigs
    Has a free tier
    Mix and gapless works well! - No Chromecast support
    - Missing more music than Google
    - slow to update
    - artist view does not show all albums for some strange reason
    - (for me) more expensive GOOGLE I can almost always find what I want
    (For me) cheaper @ $7.99 - gaps in music
    - sometimes doesn't want to play something
    - bigger files
    - garish bright colors that hurt my eyes
    - playlist listings are all thumbnails instead of a nice text list which drives me crazy So both leave me wanting....big time. Posted via Android Central App
  • That's a pretty good run down.
  • I never got a too many authorized devices on Spotify. I have on google music and now you can't fix it. ROM flashes count as new authorizations on google music too. Posted via the Android Central App
  • you can sort alphabetically. Just go to the play list and scroll up as far as it will let you. A filter menu will appear and sorting alphabetically is one of the options. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Ah yes so you can in the app but it doesn't carry over to the desktop which is what I use at work.
  • Links don't even give you more info, it immediately goes to sign up page, screw that, Spotify doesn't need people to register just to see terms and website, click bait spammed by Android central Posted via the Android Central App
  • Do you understand what click bait is?
  • "It appears that you are not eligible for the discounted product that you are trying to purchase. If you'd like you can still upgrade your account to premium at any time." Denied. I am a former premiums sub.
  • is ashame that if ya in the UK it costs £9.99 instead of 99¢ why have different prices for different territories ? Posted via Android Central App