Spotify offers, 99p albums, free tracks, cheapest new release MP3 and CDs
I love music but rarely pay full price to listen to it at home. On this page I’ve rounded up the best MP3, CD and music-related deals I’ve found.
If you’re not sure which streaming service you want to use, then check out this video where I share ways to save and which ones I think are decent value for money.
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Spotify deals, offers and vouchers
Existing Spotify customer deals
These offers are rare, but still appear from time to time.
Welcome back offer- three months for the price of one
This offer tends to run a couple of times a year, and last ran May to June 2020. If you’ve had a Spotify Premium account but cancelled it then you might have an email offering you three months for £9.99.
Twelve months of Spotify for the price of ten
This is a great deal from Paypal for existing Spotify customers. As long as you pay via a Paypal account, it’ll cost you £99 rather than £120, which is a saving of 17.5%. Frustratingly you can’t use gift cards with Family or Student accounts.
One reader let me know that he was charged a “cash advance” fee on his purchase via this offer, but that is because Tesco Credit Cards treat this kind of purchase like this. Most other cards should be fine, but it’s worth bearing it in mind.
It’s also now available on Amazon. You can it as a digital or physical gift card that is sent in the post.
Spotify Duo – £12.99 a month for two
A brand new option could be good for two people living at the same address. You’ll pay £12.99 a month for Spotify Duo, so £2 cheaper than the family option (£24ish a year), or £7 than two standard Premium accounts (£84ish a year). You will be asked to verify your address.
Spotify Family for £14.99 a month and get six accounts
A decent one if there are two or more of you with your own Spotify accounts. Subscribe to a Family pass instead and you can pay £14.99 all in. So the more of you, the cheaper it gets.
New Spotify customer deals
A couple of times a year there tends to be a new customer deal offering three months for 99p. When these come about I’ll list them below. Otherwise, new customers can always get one month for free.
Three months free with Paypal
New subscribers can get three months free when signing up via PayPal. More here.
One month free
New customers can get usually One months for free. It applies to the Duo, Student and Family plan too.
Sometimes, usually two or three times a year, the free trial period is extended to three months. The last time this ran was May and June 2020.
Other music streaming deals
Tidal deals and trials
90 days for £3
This offer gets three months of Premium for £3, or three months of HiFi for £6. It could work for existing as well as new customers.
30 days free
This limited offer will get you a month of any Tidal plan, including the top-level HiFi plans for free. You can even get the family plan for this price which allows up to five different accounts for the one price.
Three months of Deezer free
You can get three months of any Deezer membership for free if you’ve never used it before. This is different to the usual one month free
50% off annual Deezer plan
New customers and anyone who cancelled a subscription before 27th August 2020 can claim this offer. Ends 13th December 2020.
£20 off annual Deezer plan
Pay upfront for Deezer Premium for a whole year and you’ll pay £99.90 instead of £119.88.
Amazon Music Unlimited trials and offers
Three-month free trial
This offer to try Amazon Music Unlimited is just for new customers and ends 21st July 2020. You don’t need Amazon Prime to take out this trial. It will cost £9.99 a month afterwards.
£6.58 a month trick
Find out about my trick to get Amazon Music Unlimited for just £6.50ish a month in my Ways to save on music streaming article.
MP3 Download deals, vouchers and offers
iTunes code and card deals
From time to time you’ll be able to get a discount on iTunes cards and codes. I’ve written a dedicated page for these deals so keep checking it. It’s harder to save on these now than it was a few years ago, but you can sometimes save as much as 20%.
Sell your old CDs, DVDs, games and books
If you’re looking to clear out some old music and other media, then you can get a free £5 credit at Music Magpie when you first make a trade. You’ll be sent a unique code to use which lasts seven days.