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Get a Google Home Mini Free from Spotify

Get a Google Home Mini Free from Spotify

Streaming music services and voice assistant devices are a perfect match! There isn’t an easier way to fill your home with music than to sprinkle smart speakers all over and to ask your favorite music service to play some tunes. Google and Spotify couldn’t agree more, so they have gotten together to offer a pretty nice deal!

Now through the end of the year, you can claim a free Google Home Mini for signing up for a Spotify Premium for Family account.

Spotify Premium for Family is a great deal for anyone looking to get multiple individual accounts for one of the best music streaming services available. While a single Premium account will set you back $9.99 every month, the family plan works for six individual accounts and only adds $5 to the monthly bill. All six accounts are completely separate, so you don’t need to worry about sharing playlists or your significant other’s terrible music choices impacting your recommendations.

While the Google Home Mini isn’t going to blow you away when listening to music, Google is clearly just trying to get their voice assistant devices into more homes. They are banking on the fact that once you experience the benefits of their service that you’ll want to purchase more smart speakers.

If you’re already a Spotify Premium for Family subscriber you’re probably assuming that this deal doesn’t apply to you. Typically offers like this only apply to new subscribers. Perhaps the most surprising aspect of this promotion is that even current customers can redeem a free Google Home Mini.

Source: Spotify

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Josh Pollard

Josh has been writing software since his parents brought home their first computer. His love for gadgets and technology eventually spurred a passion for home theater technology. After starting the DMZ, he received Microsoft’s MVP award for Windows Media Center. Even though the beloved home theater PC platform is all but dead he continues to tinker with consumer entertainment technology. He’s a life-long gamer and DIY smart home enthusiast. He co-hosts the Entertainment 2.0 podcast with Richard Gunther and the DMZ’s gaming podcast, Story Players, with Joe DeStazio.