Add Headspace to Spotify Premium - Free for 3 Months £9.99 @ Spotify
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Add Headspace to Spotify Premium - Free for 3 Months £9.99 @ Spotify

FREE£29.97Spotify Deals
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Found 17th Dec 2017
The deal for students is even better, add Headspace for FREE for as long as Student Status, just £4.99/month
After 3 month period, Headspace is half price at an extra £4.99 instead of the usual £9.99



Get Spotify Premium and unlimited access to Headspace under one low-priced subscription package.

What’s more, if you’re a college or university student, you can get an even lower price.

Meditation to calm the mind, music to soothe the soul.

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Sign up for the Spotify and Headspace bundle here.
If you’re a college or university student, sign up for discounted Premium plus free Headspace here.
Note: It's not possible to purchase this offer with a gift card or combine it with any trial offers or Premium for Family.



Get Headspace,
free for 3 months.
Add the app that makes meditation simple.
Only with Premium.

After offer period, £14.99/mo for both subscriptions.
Cancel anytime. Limited eligibility. Terms apply.



Show your mind some love with Headspace.

Start meditating.
Short, voice-guided sessions help you perform at your best.


Listen anywhere.
On the train. In the tub. All you need are a few minutes, and ears.


The full, paid app.
Just for Premium fans. Access hundreds of meditations on tons of topics.


Headspace is free for 3 months.
You'll still pay £9.99/mo. Then £14.99/mo for Headspace and Premium together.



Students get Headspace free with Spotify Premium.
Unlimited music, plus the app that makes meditation simple. Just £4.99 a month for both.

£14.99 a month after your student subscription ends. Cancel anytime. Limited eligibility. Terms apply.
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6 Comments
Is this an app?
What is it exactly?
Original Poster
Suin29 m ago

Is this an app?


Yes, Headspace and Spotify are both separate apps though.
Original Poster
nixpix26 m ago

What is it exactly?


"Headspace is a digital service that provides guided meditation sessions and mindfulness training. Its content can be accessed online, or via their mobile apps. In April 2016, Headspace claimed to have over 6 million people using the app."
I tried Headspace but wasn't impressed. It's expensive for what it is. There is a huge amount of free stuff on the internet - including the Insight Timer app, which has hundreds of free guided meditations. If you want a simple app with a few meditations, the basic version of Destressify is free.
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