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It’s the festive season, and like the previous years, Spotify is offering a sweet holiday deal: a three-month subscription for Spotify Premium at no cost.

Whereas previous Spotify Premium promos heavily slashed prices, this time it’s totally free. There’s no catch whatsoever, but you do have to avail of the offer on or before December 31, 2021. This is simply the best time to try Spotify Premium if you’ve never used it before.

Spotify offers 3-month premium subscription for FREE. Here’s how to get it.

For Philippine users, simply head to the official Spotify Premium page, click the Get 3 Months Free button, and log in with your account. If you don’t have an account yet, just choose the signup option.

You’ll have to provide your preferred payment method (i.e., your credit card information or a Paypal account), but you won’t be charged until after three-month trial has ended. Remember to cancel your subscription before then if you have no plans to continue with a paid subscription.

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That’s basically it. At this point, you are now a subscriber of Spotify’s Individual Premium plan for three months for free. A similar promotion is available for Spotify Premium Duo and Spotify Premium Family, but it only comes with a one-month subscription with waived prices.

Per Spotify’s blog post, the three-month promo subscription is only available for certain Spotify Free and first-time users. Former Premium subscribers may be eligible but only if they cancelled their plan before October 29, 2021.

In the Philippines, Spotify Premium regularly costs Php129 per month for the individual plan. There’s also a Premium Mini for Php7 per day or Php26 per week. Premium features include ad-free music, on-demand playback, unlimited skips, the ability to download, and access to 320 kbps audio streaming (versus 128/160 kbps for the Free version on the desktop/mobile app).

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