You’re probably tired of hearing the same song over and over again on Spotify, Apple Music, or any other streaming service.
But there’s a simple trick Spotify has mastered that’s going to make it stand out even more from the rest of the pack: its monthly subscription plan.
If you’ve got a music subscription plan that doesn’t require you to add new songs to your library each month, you’re going to love Spotify’s monthly subscription.
This is because you’ll be able to skip the entire $5.99 monthly fee, and instead get a full month of Spotify Premium.
That’s right: $10 of Spotify’s $50 monthly fee is worth it if you want the full Spotify experience for just $5 more per month.
Spotify Premium is also going to give you a whole lot more free music than Spotify’s free plan.
Spotify Premium has no ads, no in-app purchases, and only requires you to have a Spotify Premium subscription.
And that’s good because you can use your Spotify Premium money to buy all of your music, instead of just the most popular songs.
Spotlight’s monthly fee of $10 will make it worth your while to start subscribing.
But Spotify Premium isn’t just a cheaper way to pay for music.
If you have an existing Spotify subscription, the monthly fee will be waived, meaning you’ll get the full music experience without paying anything extra.
That means you can stop skipping songs from the first week you sign up, and you’ll still be able get your entire library, even if you don’t add any new songs.
If there’s one thing that Spotify has perfected, it’s getting more and more expensive every year.
But Spotify Premium’s free tier is only $10 per month, and that’s more than enough to keep people coming back.
Spotify’s also introducing a new subscription service, Music Plus, which will give you full access to Spotify’s catalog.
If all of that’s too much for you, Spotify has also dropped the $5 monthly fee altogether, giving you unlimited music for $5 per month instead.
Spotify Plus, Spotify Premium, and Music Plus are all free, and they’ll all be available for $10 a month, which means you’re getting more than you’ve ever gotten in your entire life.