Spotify is giving away free Google Home speakers to subscribers

Spotify is giving away free Google Home speakers to subscribers

Procrastinating over finally signing up to Spotify Premium is, as any lazy music lover will tell you, incredibly easy. Yes, it’s annoying having terrible voice actors interrupt you when you’re in the middle of enjoying S Club 7’s classic eponymous debut album, but actually taking the time to sit down and pay for more music than you could possibly know what to do with still seems like an impossible mountain to climb. For the admin averse, we need an extra incentive. Fortunately, Spotify may have a solution. 

As part of a new promotion, the company has decided to offer free Google Home Mini speakers to anyone who signs up to the service. That means that you could have access to one of the sexiest sound systems on the market, as well as finally get rid of the irritating faux-teenagers trying to persuade you to spend £10 extra per month. Talk about two birds, one stone.

Of course, there are a few caveats. For starters, the offer only extends to include 2017’s speakers, rather than this year’s new Nest speaker system, meaning that you won’t quite be as cutting edge as you might hope. You will also be unable to receive a speaker set if you signed up to similar promotion last year, ensuring that would-be speaker stockpilers are set to be disappointed. 

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However, provided you’re happy with the above criteria, receiving the gadgets is incredibly straightforward. Simply log in to your account and click either “Get Individual” or “Get Family”, depending on the type of subscription you want to create. 

You will then be prompted to log in a second time, at which point, after agreeing to a few terms of service, you will receive an email containing a link to the google store, where you will see the speakers reduced to $0. It’s as easy as that. You can thank us later.

According to Business Insider, the promotion will run until November 15, or while stocks last.