If you could use a little good news in your life—and who couldn’t?—we have just the thing to make your September sing.
If you sign up for Spotify Premium over the next few weeks, you can once again redeem a free Google Home Mini to use the service. Spotify is giving away free Google Home Mini speakers with individual and family plans—even if you’re already a subscriber.
Spotify is once again offering a free Google Nest Mini to subscribers of its premium services in the UK and Canada. The offer began late last month and continues through the rest of this month. It’s available to current Spotify premium subscribers and new signups.
That’s right. You can get a free smart speaker just for being that person who pays for Spotify.
Naturally, there are a few caveats: The offer is only available in the UK and Canada for now, and it’s while supplies last. If you already received a free Google device when Spotify offered this deal last year, you don’t qualify for another one. Also, in order to take advantage of the offer, you have to link your Spotify account with a Google Assistant. I mean, you didn’t think you were going to get off without a little data sharing, did you?
Other than that, it sounds like a pretty good deal. All you have to do is agree to the terms and you’ll be using your free Google Nest Mini faster than you can say “cocaine noodles.” Here’s how it works:
For current premium subscribers
Spotify Google Nest Free Streaming
Just go to the Canada or UK plans page and click the link for current subscribers. You’ll be given a special code that can be used in the Google Store. The codes are good until October 31.
Spotify Google Nest Free Trial
For new premium subscribers
Free Google Mini Spotify
Sign up for one of Spotify’s paid tiers. (It offers four, starting at $5 a month for students.) Then, you’ll be given one promotional code for the Google Store. You can find all the details on Spotify’s website in Canada or the U.K.
Spotify Google Nest Free Download
What else to know
Always read the fine print before agreeing to anything. You can find the terms here or here.
This post has been updated to clarify that the offer is only available in the UK and Canada for now.