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Spotify Membership (12 Months) for $118.99 ($24 off) @ Costco (Membership Required)


New at Costco, yearly Spotify membership for price of 10 months

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  • +19

    People should really be looking at doing the family membership…

    • +4

      Or Free 3 month trial if you are a Student and $5.99/month thereafter. Personally on Spotify Family.

    • +9

      Or the YouTube Premium Family Subsciption from India if Spotify isn't your thing!

      • Please explain ?

        • +3

          99INR (AUD $2) if you just want music - but I have the family Youtube Premium for my family 189INR (AUD $3.90) which allows ad free videos and Google Music.

          • +1

            @jj212: Is this per year or per month?

          • @jj212: It works great especially for family. Only costs me $3 a month

      • I will only use Sportify if they offer something similar to YouTube Premium Family from India

        • +1

          Like Spotify Family?

        • I have prepaid single user spotify premium service from India. Paid $26 per year after conversion. Unfortunately spotify does not have family prepaid service in India.

    • +10

      Coincidently I received an email this evening from Spotify stating that there’s new T & Cs for Spotify family accounts. I’m on a family plan, and, like most here the other members aren’t my real family! Here’s some T and Cs from the email, I’m not sure if they are completely new or not, but am hoping there’s not going to be crack down on the family accounts…

      A. In order to be eligible for the Premium Family Subscription, the primary account holder and the subsidiary account holders must be family members residing at the same address.

      B. Upon activation of a subsidiary Premium Family account, you will be asked to verify your home address.

      C. We may from time to time ask for re-verification of your home address in order to confirm that you are still meeting the eligibility criteria.

      We use Google Maps address search to help you find and set your address. The address you enter upon activation or re-verification will be subject to the Google Maps Additional Terms of Service and Google Privacy Policy.

      • +11

        That Google maps thing is concerning

        • +1

          Yeah I read that part too.

          Oh well if they wanna cancel I won't stop them…..

          They'll lose heaps.

          • @DisabledUser139667: It's just like if Netflix and the sharing of account… They know people do it, but they'll lose a heap of money

      • +3

        I also just received this email. A quick search shows they have been doing this in America and Germany since late last year to crack down on family accounts.Time to cancel

      • +2

        Can't you just all say the same address? How would they know you don't actually live there?

      • A. In order to be eligible for the Premium Family Subscription, the primary account holder and the subsidiary account holders must be family members residing at the same address.

        This has been the case for a while, but they seem to be reiterating that in the new T&C.

      • The new Terms and Conditions for Spotify Premium for Family have this sting in the tail: “If Spotify increases the monthly fee in the future, we will provide you notice. Price changes will take effect at the start of the next subscription period following the date of the price change. By continuing to use the Spotify Service after the price change takes effect, you accept the new price. The Spotify Service may not be available on certain personal devices.”
        Interestingly, Variety reports that Spotify plans to “trial” a 13% price rise for Family Premium in Scandinavia ( Talk about shooting themselves in the foot. This Spotify Family Premium subscriber will be among the droves of subscribers who will vote with their purses and wallets and tell them what they can do with their price increase.

      • I think this was stupid in the first instance - I for one use the family plan for family and some of us obviously don't stay in the same address (we use our family home address, which is our default address for stuff like this).

    • +1

      You can use spotify gift cards to redeem family membership with this hack.

    • I do that for Apple Music. On paper it should cost me $3 per month. in reality the moochers don't pay up, but if Apple Music stops working for even one moment they will call you for free tech support. Oh well, at least family members are getting a bargain.

  • Isn't it normally $8 a month for non family anyway?

  • +3

    On a new 90 day trial atm ;)

  • Or get a fake email generating app and sign up with that for free. Also if you're on android, get the app FireTube (not on the app store) and use that to play YouTube videos as audio only, for free, no ads.

    • I use YouTube Vanced for the same thing, are there apps that allow you to watchh premium content, for free?

      • Can you trust YouTube vanced? I've never installed apps outside of play store for security reasons.

        • I just used a burner Gmail account. I've had it for around a year and a half now. Can't say that it's 100% trust worthy, but I use it.

        • +1

          YouTube Vanced works well and I’d recommend it with a disposable gmail. Another alternative is newpipe which is open source and available on f-droid so that one should be trustworthy

  • +1

    Wow I had no idea Spotify was so expensive. Music through youtube and using an adblocker has always worked well for me.

    • Too much for music,

    • Lol yes but u gotta keep it open all the time..

  • +2

    Phillipino spotify guys. Search ozbaragin :)

    90c per person per month for a family plan

    • Yep was looking for this comment, the old Phillipino spotify is the best by far. <$6AUD a month for 6 accounts. So good!

  • Vpn and sing up as if you are from the Philippines. I am paying about 5 bucks per month give or take for the Spotify account.

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