Spotify offers free Chromecasts to new Premium subscribers

Sign up for three months and Google will throw in a free streamer.
Matt Brian
M. Brian|02.17.16

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Matt Brian
February 17, 2016 10:19 AM
Spotify offers free Chromecasts to new Premium subscribers

Chromecast offers are normally something we'd associate with Google's Play Music service, but for a limited period this month, Spotify has decided to get in on the act. From today until February 28th, the streaming service says it will hand subscribers a free Google streamer if they sign up for a three-month Premium account that costs $30/£30.

With Apple Music breathing down its neck, Spotify is keen to convert its millions of free listeners into paying customers. The service hasn't been available to stream on the Chromecast for very long, so it's a good way for newcomers to try it out and add Google's latest streaming dongle to their household AV setup in the process. Currently, the offer is only available to US and UK customers who haven't redeemed Spotify's free monthly trial -- make sure to bear that in mind before signing up.

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Spotify offers free Chromecasts to new Premium subscribers