Are you a fan of Google products? I am a fan of Google since Android Cupcake.
But people usually don’t get products from Google because of some sort of high price. Many of us wanted to get Google Home last year but couldn’t get only because of the price. This year announcement of Google Home Mini made users happy.
Google Home Mini usually available for $49 in all major online and offline stores. But you can get one for $0.99 with Spotify Premium membership.
Spotify is running another deal right now which gets you a Spotify Premium for Family two-month trial for $0.99. This deal and the previously-mentioned deal can be stacked, which gets you a Google Home Mini and a Spotify Premium for Family two-month trial for only $0.99 — total.
You must be a new Spotify user to avail this offer.
Follow these steps to avail the exciting offer:
- The first step is to sign up for the Spotify Premium three-month trial. To get started with that, click here. You will need to either log-in to your existing free Spotify account or create a new account from scratch. This will trial nevertheless you will instantly be charged with $0.99(plus applicable tax).
- You’ll need to upgrade your new Spotify Premium account to the Spotify Premium for Family program. To do that, you’ll need to click here and then click the blue “Get Started” button.
- Now, this is where things get a bit scary. The page where you upgrade to Spotify Premium for Family will say that you’ll be charged $14.99 for upgrading. However, you will not be charged. You’ll need to enter your CC information again and all that, but Spotify will not charge you the $14.99. Instead, your three-month Premium trial will be knocked down to a two-month Premium for Family trial.
After you complete the Premium for Family upgrade, you will get two emails: a “Welcome to Spotify Premium for Family” message and an email telling you how to get your free Google Home Mini. Obviously, that free Mini email is the one you want to open!
Keep in mind that the trial offer and the Google Home Mini offer are only valid until December 31, 2018 in US.
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