Spotify Premium - Come back to Premium 3 month for £9.99
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Spotify Premium - Come back to Premium 3 month for £9.99

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Found 16th May
Come back to Spotify Premium 3 months for £9.99. Not available to anyone who cancelled premium after 15/4/18.

This Re-Engagement Offer is limited to those users who subscribed to the Premium or Unlimited service before the date shown in the offer. If you subscribed to the Premium or Unlimited service on or after this date, you are ineligible for this Re-Engagement Offer. Current Spotify Premium Subscribers are also ineligible for this Re-Engagement Offer. The Spotify service may not be available on certain personal devices. Neither prepaid cards nor Spotify gift cards can be used as a valid payment method for this offer.

A limited number of Re-Engagement Offer Offers are available, while supplies last. This Re-Engagement Offer expires and must be redeemed before the date advertised. Spotify reserves the right to earlier terminate this Re-Engagement Offer at any time and for any reason. After such time of termination, Spotify shall not be obligated to redeem any further Re-Engagement Offers.
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Masteryates45 m ago

It's crazy the amount of young people I know who can't afford a property …It's crazy the amount of young people I know who can't afford a property but must have a subscription to services like this.


I don't think having a music subscription is the reason young people can't afford property
Masteryates16th May

It's crazy the amount of young people I know who can't afford a property …It's crazy the amount of young people I know who can't afford a property but must have a subscription to services like this.


That's because the old people have bought all the £9.99 houses!
Got a house already so will get on to this offer - gave up premium a year ago (saving was immense as I now have my own house, as already stated).

Thanks OP.
Edited by: "atif21" 16th May
hethekid36 m ago

This is also for old members but how hard is it to make a new account and …This is also for old members but how hard is it to make a new account and transfer music. It will save you so much ( £1 for 3 months rn)


Just follow your other profile and you can save all the songs to your new one takes about 30 seconds depending on how many playlists you have
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This is also for old members but how hard is it to make a new account and transfer music. It will save you so much ( £1 for 3 months rn)
hethekid36 m ago

This is also for old members but how hard is it to make a new account and …This is also for old members but how hard is it to make a new account and transfer music. It will save you so much ( £1 for 3 months rn)


Just follow your other profile and you can save all the songs to your new one takes about 30 seconds depending on how many playlists you have
Currently trialling Apple Music but seriously tempted to just go back to paying for Spotify to save myself from having to use iTunes.
Deezer only. Spotify app is absolutely dreadful.
Tried all the major streaming services (Tidal being the worst) and always come back to Spotify, maybe it's simply personal preference but they just seem to get more right than the others and have a superior experience
gopolog8635 m ago

Just follow your other profile and you can save all the songs to your new …Just follow your other profile and you can save all the songs to your new one takes about 30 seconds depending on how many playlists you have

If you set the old playlist to collaborative first you can follow your old account while also adding songs to playlists. I have about 5 alternative 'Me' that I follow
dribspak8 m ago

If you set the old playlist to collaborative first you can follow your old …If you set the old playlist to collaborative first you can follow your old account while also adding songs to playlists. I have about 5 alternative 'Me' that I follow


yeah thats what i meant, you just explained it alot better than me
It's crazy the amount of young people I know who can't afford a property but must have a subscription to services like this.
Brilliant - thank you!
johnny7181 h, 22 m ago

Tried all the major streaming services (Tidal being the worst) and always …Tried all the major streaming services (Tidal being the worst) and always come back to Spotify, maybe it's simply personal preference but they just seem to get more right than the others and have a superior experience


Same here, trialled them all and prefer spotify to the rest. I'm currently 2 months into a 6 month tidal offer and quite looking forward to going back to spotify.
Masteryates45 m ago

It's crazy the amount of young people I know who can't afford a property …It's crazy the amount of young people I know who can't afford a property but must have a subscription to services like this.


I don't think having a music subscription is the reason young people can't afford property
No thanks im on Deezer 99p for 3mths
xmikebx8 m ago

I don't think having a music subscription is the reason young people can't …I don't think having a music subscription is the reason young people can't afford property


What I'm saying xmikebx, is that some get paid well, but refuse to forgo luxuries like, iphones, spotify, holidays, cars, to concentrate there money on saving for a property. They then complain that they can't afford a property.

A Spotify subscription, is a great example of a luxury item.
Spotify is a great money saving "luxury" 20 years ago i used to buy at least a couple of CD albums per month which was about £20-30.

It really is great value
Masteryates2 h, 10 m ago

What I'm saying xmikebx, is that some get paid well, but refuse to forgo …What I'm saying xmikebx, is that some get paid well, but refuse to forgo luxuries like, iphones, spotify, holidays, cars, to concentrate there money on saving for a property. They then complain that they can't afford a property. A Spotify subscription, is a great example of a luxury item.


I know what you mean I wish I'd listened to more music 20 years ago rather than trying to afford a property.
JAMAL1 h, 3 m ago

Spotify is a great money saving "luxury" 20 years ago i used to buy at …Spotify is a great money saving "luxury" 20 years ago i used to buy at least a couple of CD albums per month which was about £20-30.It really is great value


JAMAL, listening to music is a Luxury, whereas having a property to live in is a Necessity.

I'm not saying that Spotify isn't a good value Luxury.
Masteryates16th May

It's crazy the amount of young people I know who can't afford a property …It's crazy the amount of young people I know who can't afford a property but must have a subscription to services like this.


That's because the old people have bought all the £9.99 houses!
When does it expire
koahhe44 m ago

That's because the old people have bought all the £9.99 houses!


Its all relative to the time Koahhe, £9.99 house, get paid 5p a week etc.

There are young people around me who are getting on the property ladder. There the ones that have been saving for the last 5 years and have old Samsung S5's with smashed screens.

The others, rocking there iphone X's and still living with Mummy and Daddy, are the ones complaining.
I have only ever used the normal free version, got to much of my own music , vinyl and cd, which i pop onto the pc then onto mp3 , audio players.....but got email offer today ....3 months for 0.99p .....
Whats the normal cost after offers expire....im guessing about £10 a month.
Edited by: "funkymartyn" 16th May
Got a house already so will get on to this offer - gave up premium a year ago (saving was immense as I now have my own house, as already stated).

Thanks OP.
Edited by: "atif21" 16th May
Love this site, Spotify deal and we're reading about poor hard done by millennials! - I think they'd probably get on the property ladder if they got rid of their horrible beards and the buns on their heads.


I'm just jealous of their youth really
Any idea when the offer expires?
The offer ends on 30th June 2018.
ollie8713 m ago

Yeah especially since saving for a £20k deposit at £9.99 a month would o …Yeah especially since saving for a £20k deposit at £9.99 a month would only take them 2,002 years. [Charlie Brooker voice]The youth of today eh?![/Charlie Brooker voice]


Not quite but your point more or less stands:

£9.99*12 = 119.88 saved by foregoing spotify per year.

£20,000/119.88 = 166.8 years (assuming house prices stay where they are and the required deposit size doesn't increase even further. Unlikely!)

They do say the first person to live to 150 is already alive today, pity they wouldn't be able to hang about for a few more years, they might be able to afford a deposit then!
Edited by: "trickyrick" 17th May
trickyrick1 m ago

Not quite but your point more or less stands:£9.99*12 = 119.88 saved by …Not quite but your point more or less stands:£9.99*12 = 119.88 saved by foregoing spotify per year.£20,000/119.88 = 166.8 years (assuming house prices stay where they are and the required deposit size doesn't increase even further. Unlikely!)They do say the first person to live to 150 is already alive today, pity they wouldn't be able to hang about for a few more years, they might be able to afford a deposit then!



Doh! Serves me right for trying to post on HUKD while forcing down a Tesco meal deal at my desk.
Surely everyone is part of a family paying £30 a year already?
Arsenal12343 m ago

Surely everyone is part of a family paying £30 a year already?



Oh yeah surely.

You can't see me, but I'm rolling my eyes.
Cheers OP - gave this a try over Christmas through Alexa along with Amazon Music. Have to say that for me Spotify is streets ahead of Amazon in terms of choice of music (I like some obscure stuff) but I still can't justify a tenner a month for it. £3.33 is acceptable though.
Masteryates21 h, 19 m ago

Its all relative to the time Koahhe, £9.99 house, get paid 5p a week etc. …Its all relative to the time Koahhe, £9.99 house, get paid 5p a week etc. There are young people around me who are getting on the property ladder. There the ones that have been saving for the last 5 years and have old Samsung S5's with smashed screens. The others, rocking there iphone X's and still living with Mummy and Daddy, are the ones complaining.


People who can save up enough for a deposit after five years of saving are either top earners, or received help with deposits. Not many are as fortunate as those people.

Don't use exceptions as the rule.
wewtwewt36 m ago

People who can save up enough for a deposit after five years of saving are …People who can save up enough for a deposit after five years of saving are either top earners, or received help with deposits. Not many are as fortunate as those people. Don't use exceptions as the rule.


I feel sorry for those who do save for 5 years and are not able to afford a property.

I have no sympathy whatsoever, for those moaners who can't live without the luxuries.

My point is, too many have got there priorites wrong.
was 99 cents for 3 months on spotify Germany for new customers (just put a new full stop in your gmail).
ollie871 h, 1 m ago

Oh yeah surely. You can't see me, but I'm rolling my eyes.


Sometimes people have issue typing and difficulty spelling you know, it helps if you cut them some slack as often one a knock back has more of an effect then you think on people when they are just regain there confidence to be more active online again after a dyslexia test.
Arsenal12342 h, 3 m ago

Sometimes people have issue typing and difficulty spelling you know, it …Sometimes people have issue typing and difficulty spelling you know, it helps if you cut them some slack as often one a knock back has more of an effect then you think on people when they are just regain there confidence to be more active online again after a dyslexia test.



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I think you missed the point. My point being, why are you making weird assumptions about the way people use/pay for an app?
Edited by: "ollie87" 17th May
Masteryates2 h, 48 m ago

I feel sorry for those who do save for 5 years and are not able to afford …I feel sorry for those who do save for 5 years and are not able to afford a property. I have no sympathy whatsoever, for those moaners who can't live without the luxuries. My point is, too many have got there priorites wrong.


must be nice to be so out of touch with people who aren't exactly like you
I got this email.
I deleted this email.
wewtwewt5 h, 1 m ago

People who can save up enough for a deposit after five years of saving are …People who can save up enough for a deposit after five years of saving are either top earners, or received help with deposits. Not many are as fortunate as those people. Don't use exceptions as the rule.


Rubbish.
Hi....Winston Wolf here
Masteryates7 h, 7 m ago

I feel sorry for those who do save for 5 years and are not able to afford …I feel sorry for those who do save for 5 years and are not able to afford a property. I have no sympathy whatsoever, for those moaners who can't live without the luxuries. My point is, too many have got there priorites wrong.


I actually completely agree with this, and I'm a millennial that bought a house 11 months ago.

I have an oldish phone with a cheap sim only contract, I drive an old car, I don't by designer clothes and I eat out very rarely. I also have friends on similar money to me who have the latest phone, drive a nearly new car and are always out drinking at weekends. They also complain that they don't have the money for a deposit!

Cancelling Spotify by itself won't make any difference on it's own at £9.99 a month, but multiple cut backs on luxuries (which is what they are) can quite easily add up to make a huge difference.
I’m ok with using my brothers Spotify account
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