• FREE Spotify Premium for 6 Months with Walmart+ ($59 value) – New Members Only!

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    Get 6 Months of Spotify Premium for free with your Walmart+ Membership! Through December 31, 2022, this offer will be redeemable for paid Walmart+ members and applies to the Spotify Premium Individual plan. A rate of $9.99 a month after trial will apply and you can cancel anytime.

    This is a great chance to try Spotify Premium for those that haven’t before and you stand to save $59 on your first 6 months!

    Here Is What You Need To Do:

    • If you’re not a member yet, join Walmart+ here.
    • Sign up for Spotify and choose your Premium plan.
    • Get unlimited, ad-free music listening with offline play and on-demand playback for 6 months with Spotify Premium

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    1. 1

      I was charged for the Spotify offer through Walmart +, and I am new to Spotify .

    2. 0

      What if I already subscribed to Spotify Premium? Wil I still get six months free so f I sign up for Walmart+? TIA

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        Helen (Free Stuff Finder) :

        Hello Cynthia! The free Spotify Premium for 6 months offer is only open to users who haven’t tried Spotify Premium before. Hope this answers your question. Have a great weekend!

    3. -1

      do I have to be a new Spotify member as well? I have an account already but am no longer a premium user.. could I still get this deal just for signing up with Walmart+ ?

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