Spotify Premium Gives 3 FREE Months To New Canadian Members

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The worlds most popular streaming service is now gifting Spotify Premium for three months, to listeners based in Canada, but only for new members.

For the few that have not subscribed to the Spotify Premium music service are in luck, for a limited time, the service is offering a FREE three-month trial for Canadian customers with a couple of conditions. The new customer can’t be based in the Quebec region and must have not been a former subscriber to the premium service before. Spotify Premium also grants access to exclusive content, such as The Joe Rogan Experience Podcast, The Giant Bombcast, The Official gaming-based Podcast, and even our very own Pixels & Ink weekly podcast can be found on the service.

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Besides the two strict guidelines listed above, there are a few more things of note to view from their terms and conditions before signing up, provided by Spotify.

  • “Each Promotional Offer is made available in connection with a form of Paid Subscription,” when making the new account, a user will need to cancel before the end date of the three month period if they choose to, otherwise they will be charged in accordance with the Spotify Premium plan chosen.
  • “Unless otherwise advertised, provide Spotify with a valid and current payment method that is approved by Spotify,” a payment method acceptable from Spotify must be presented at the time of signing up, or it won’t be possible to do so, and cant be from a ‘third-party’ unless Spotify Premium approves.
  • You will automatically become a recurring subscriber to the type of Spotify Premium Service that you chose to sign up to,” like any Spotify subscriber, accepting the terms and conditions will be signing a dotted line that says you allow Spotify to take the monthly premium after the promotional period ends every payment period until you manually cancel the subscription.

If all of the above sounds good to an aspiring Spotify member or those wishing to jump to a new music service, listeners can swing over to their website to sign up for their membership or just use the smartphone App. The offer ends on December 31, so those on the fence should make their decision before then.

Philip Watson
Philip Watson

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