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This 99-Cent Spotify Premium Deal Will Get You Through the Holidays

November 23, 2016
by Lisa Rowan
Writer and Producer

Need some new tunes to get you through the holiday weekend? Or maybe you have a ton of new albums on your wish list, but can’t justify buying them all until after you buy Christmas gifts for your family.

How about three months of music for just 99 cents?

If you’ve never used Spotify Premium, now you have a chance to try it for less than a buck.

While you can always listen to Spotify streaming music for free, upgrading to the Premium service eliminates ads, lets you skip an unlimited number of songs and allows you to search for and play any track on demand.

You can even download music for offline listening — in case you’re going to be on a plane for four hours this weekend without Wi-Fi.

How to Get a Spotify Premium Trial for 99 Cents

Sign up on the Spotify website — it’ll only take a minute. Have your credit card handy to enter payment information.

If you decide not to continue your subscription after your three-month trial, you’ll have to manually cancel — or else you’ll get charged $9.99 per month. If you love Spotify and can’t bear giving up that commercial-free experience, consider these options:

Spotify Premium for Students costs just $4.99 per month

Spotify Premium for Family costs $14.99 per month, but you can have up to six individual accounts. That means everyone in your household could owe $2.50 each for their own account — which feels like a must-have for group houses.

Spotify says it only has a limited number of trial offers available. So if you’re debating whether to try Spotify, take my advice and just do it already (for three months, at least!).

Your Turn: Will you sign up for this Spotify trial? What are you most excited to listen to?

Lisa Rowan is a writer and producer at The Penny Hoarder.

by Lisa Rowan
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