Spotify is back with its annual “End of Year” Premium offer: Don’t miss it!

Spotify is back with its annual “End of Year” Premium offer
Spotify is back with its annual “End of Year” Premium offer

Spotify is back with its annual “End Of Year” Premium holiday offer to help you listen ad-free to some of your favourite holiday tracks like Last Christmas” by Wham!, “Santa Tell Me” by Ariana Grande or “Jingle Bell Rock” by Bobby Helms.

Beginning today through Dec. 31, Spotify Premium is offering three months free to eligible Spotify Free and first-time users who are new to Premium across the Individual Premium plan.

For those who are missing their Individual Premium plan and cancelled for one reason or another, Spotify is offering three months for 49.99EGP.

Whether you’re binging Laylet Eid or streaming the ultimate ““Christmas Hits” playlist to get you in the holiday spirit, Spotify has you covered with over 60 million tracks available on-demand and ad-free music listening. And while many of us are staying apart physically this holiday season, Spotify’s Group Session Beta feature is available to Premium users, bringing people together by allowing up to five users to tune into the same playlist simultaneously – no matter the distance.

Both offers are available for the Individual Premium plan and sign-ups for the offer begin today through Dec. 31. To be eligible for the three months for 49.99EGP offer, subscribers must have cancelled their Premium plan on or before October 17.

Spotify Premium is available in 92 markets globally.

Users can access 60 million tracks including:

ad-free music listening, music offline downloads, on-demand listening to any song, album or artist, and quality streaming.

For all the details, head to Spotify.com/Premium to sign up.

And be on the lookout for even more exciting holiday news from Spotify over the next few days!

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