Spotify music streaming deals (February 2024)

The latest free trials, vouchers, discounted annual passes and hacks to save money on Spotify.

For me, streaming music is an essential subscription. Whether I’m working or on the train I’m probably listening to my playlists or BBC 6 Music.

The service I like the best is Spotify, and here are ways you can get it for less.

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How much does Spotify cost?

Following a price increase in July 2023, here are the prices for each Spotify tier:

PlanMonthly price
Premium£10.99
Duo£14.99
Family£17.99
Student£5.99

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.

One month free Spotify

If there isn’t an increased offer, when you go direct to Spotify new customers can get usually one month for free. It often applies to the Duo, Student and Family plan too. 

Three months free Spotify with Paypal

New subscribers can get three months free when signing up via PayPal. It was due to end 15 September 2023, but it’s still listed on the site as working. More here.

Four months free Spotify (expired)

New subscribers can get four months free via this deal from Argos. You’ll need to make an eligible purchase at Argos to get the code – including these £5.99 headphones. You need to redeem the offer by 29 November 2023.

Four months free Spotify (ended)

New subscribers can get four months free with this link, offered by Just Eat in its newsletter. You need to redeem the offer by 1 February 2024.

This isn’t open to current subscribers, and remember to cancel the subscription if you don’t want to pay full price, as it’ll renew at £10.99 per month after four months.

Three months free Spotify (expired)

If you go direct to Spotify new customers can get three months for free until 31 December 2023. It applies to the Premium plan only.

Previous Spotify customer deals

These offers for ex-customers are rare, but still appear from time to time.

Two months for £10.99

This “welcome back” offer usually provides three months for the price of one, though in this instance it’s just two months. It tends to run a two or three times a year, usually May, August and November.

If you’ve had a Spotify Premium account but cancelled it before 1 January 2024, then you might have an email offering you two months for £10.99. You can also log in and see if the offer is displayed in your account.

A new condition added this time is that you can’t have taken advantage of a similar offer since 28 November 2021,

It’s for the individual Premium account only, not Duo, Student or Family. It ends 14 February 2024.

Here are the previous dates from recent offers to give you an idea of when it might return.

  • 27 November – 31 December 2022 (for those who cancelled before 27 October 2023)
  • August to 12 September 2023 (for those who cancelled before 16 July 2023)
  • 21 April – 16 May 2023 (for those who cancelled before 19 March 2023)
  • 29 November – 31 December 2022 (for those who cancelled before 28 October 2022)
  • August/September 2022 (for those who cancelled before mid-May 2022)
  • April – 19 May 20222 (for those who cancelled before 14 March 2022)

Existing Spotify customer deals

You don’t need to pay full price for Spotify as an existing customer. Here are my top ways to save.

12 months of Spotify Premium for the price of 9

This is a great deal from Amazon for existing Spotify Premium customers. It’ll cost you £99 rather than £133, so you’ll get three months free based on the new prices.

We expect this to increase in price soon as it’s meant to be 12 months for the price of 10, based on the £9.99 per month cost.

You can stack this with an existing gift card, or buy one now to add at a later date. More on that here.

You can it as a digital or physical gift card that is sent in the post. Frustratingly you can’t use gift cards with Family, Duo or Student accounts.

However, if you pay for your Premium account this way you might not get access to the free Spotify Audiobooks allowance.

Shared Spotify subscription deals

If you live with others who pay for their own Spotify Premium you can save cash by combining them via a Duo or Family plan.

Spotify Family for £17.99 a month and get six accounts

A decent option if there are three or more of you with your own Spotify accounts. Subscribe to a Family pass and you can pay £17.99 all in. So the more of you, the cheaper it gets. You can share with two people but the Duo option will work out cheaper.

Spotify Duo – £14.99 a month for two

Duo is the best option for two people living at the same address, and this is the one we use.

You’ll pay £14.99 a month for Spotify Duo, so £3 cheaper than the family option (£36ish less a year), or £7 less than two standard Premium accounts (£84ish a year). You will be asked to verify your address.

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8 thoughts on “Spotify music streaming deals (February 2024)

  1. Hi. To join the 4 month free for new customers is asking for a code ?? Any help?

  2. I love that article, I refresh it every month, but now the TIDAL offer is expired.

    1. Thanks Dominik

  3. Spotify Family is 5 accounts not 6 as mentioned

    1. It IS 6. We use it in our family and we have an account each and only pay £14.99 a month.

      1. How do you only pay £14.99 Tim?

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