Spotify Premium Subscribers Get A Free Google Home Mini While Supplies Last
We wrote about a ridiculous Amazon Echo Dot sale yesterday, but there's another stellar smart speaker deal that you may be able to take advantage of right now. From now until November 15, Spotify Premium subscribers can get a free Google Home Mini while supplies last.
The promotion applies to new and existing customers who subscribe to individual or family premium plans. If you have an account already, simply go to this page while logged in to register for the promotion. You'll receive an email shortly after that will take you to the Google Store. A promotional code discounts the $50 Google Home Mini to zero dollars. You must claim your free Google Home Mini by December 31.
The Google Home Mini functions similarly to other smart speakers. It can play music such as Spotify playlists, answer questions, and interact with other great smart home devices. It's one of the smallest smart speakers around, but thanks to Google Assistant, it can make a significant impact in your home.
Google recently released the Nest Mini, the follow-up to the Home Mini. While this promotion doesn't apply to Google's newest smart speaker, it's still a no-brainer if you're a Spotify Premium subscriber. And if you have been considering subscribing to the $10/month premium service, a Google Home Mini certainly sweetens the pot.
If you've already claimed a Google Store promotion via Spotify in the past, you sadly aren't eligible for this deal. Additionally, the promotion doesn't apply to student plans or free/discounted trials.Got a news tip or want to contact us directly? Email [email protected]
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