Spotify Premium is now just 99p for three months – and existing users can save money too ahead of Black Friday

Spotify isn’t calling this a Black Friday offer, but it’s falling right smack bang in the middle of the Black Friday 2017 deals bonanza.

Spotify Premium is now just 99p for three months - and existing users can save money too ahead of Black Friday

From 20 November until 31 December 2017, anyone who signs up to Spotify Premium for the first time can get the ad-free service for just 99p for three months.

Three months of Spotify Premium also gives you access to higher quality audio on Spotify’s catalogue of 30 millions songs, compared to Spotify Free, it lets you download songs to your device to listen to offline and gives you unlimited skips.

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At the end of the three-month period, you can cancel your Premium subscription or pay £9.99 a month.

 First-time Spotify Premium users

get the deal as long as they haven’t previously provided credit card information, or used a 30-day trial. Existing Spotify Premium users who did not have an active account as of October 21, 2017 can additionally receive three months for the price of one (£9.99).

The full terms and conditions are here.

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Additionally, you can buy a Premium for Family subscription for £14.99 per month, which is ideal if you have more than two people in the same house who want to use the ad-free service. Up to five people can get their own Premium account for this monthly fee.

Students get 50% off Spotify Premium, generally, taking the price down to £4.99 a month if you have a valid student ID, and Spotify recently added Spotify Music to PlayStation Music on both free and Premium subscriptions.

It is likely Spotify launched this pre-Black Friday (but not actually Black Friday) deal after Amazon dropped the price of its own Amazon Music Unlimited to just 99p for three months. 

You can sign up to Amazon Music Unlimited here, and go whole-hog with a Prime membership here.

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