Spotify Spotify: Spotify Family is Now Available for $14.99 per Month Spotify Family is Now Available for $14.99/Month!

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Share a Spotify Premium subscription with up to five family members with this offer from Spotify, as Spotify Family is now available in Canada for $14.99 per month!

A Spotify Family subscription gives you up to six individual Premium accounts, which means you don't have to share subscriptions with someone else or see embarrassing music suggestions on a shared account. For comparison, a single Spotify Premium subscription is currently $9.99 per month.

Premium features include:

  • Unlimited skips
  • Offline playback
  • No ads
  • Higher quality audio
  • Chromecast/GoogleCast Support

This offer is perfect for large households (who don't mind the omission of Taylor Swift), as all members must reside at the same address. All saved music and playlists will carry over from your current subscription and you'll receive one bill for Spotify Family if you're upgrading from a standard or individual Premium account.

Thanks to eternity525 for posting this offer in our Hot Deals forum!

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    • I'm hoping to create a family account with family members that travel a lot. Spotify live-chat told me that if we get a plan in Canada and a family member travels to the US for more than 2 weeks, the traveling family member will have an issue. Anyone experience this? Any way around this?
      I had this issue previously. I got around this by signing into the spotify via VPN on my phone to show up as being in Canada then going back to usual normal usage. It just needs to recognize that you have used it in Canada every interval but I remember it being longer than two week intervals...
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    • Is anybody opening up a group buy? I just need one spot for one year.
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    • It is not rocket science. Use a different email address and credit card each time. Between my wife and myself that is 8 free trails. If I snag a three month deal once a year and I do the PayPal accounts that is long enough to start all over.
      Thanks for the info 😎
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    • How you do it educated me?
      It is not rocket science. Use a different email address and credit card each time. Between my wife and myself that is 8 free trails. If I snag a three month deal once a year and I do the PayPal accounts that is long enough to start all over.
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    • Hmmm. The must lose a lot of money on those deals. I'm just about to sign-up for another free trial. Most people run out of credit cards and e-mail addresses to use, eventually. But when they do longer term deals like 6 months, then it is much easier to stretch the free-trial chain.
      How you do it educated me?
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    • when they gonna bring back 99 cents for 6 months deal.
      Hmmm. The must lose a lot of money on those deals. I'm just about to sign-up for another free trial. Most people run out of credit cards and e-mail addresses to use, eventually. But when they do longer term deals like 6 months, then it is much easier to stretch the free-trial chain.
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    • when they gonna bring back 99 cents for 6 months deal.
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    • I just spoke to Spotify and have daughters in Ottawa and Toronto. Cannot sign them up under family plan unless everyone lives in the same house. What the hell is that about. How do they even know where they are living. Disappointing.
      Just have them sign up under your adddress.. My mom in Montreal is on my family plan and I'm in Ottawa, no issues at all.
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    • I just spoke to Spotify and have daughters in Ottawa and Toronto. Cannot sign them up under family plan unless everyone lives in the same house. What the hell is that about. How do they even know where they are living. Disappointing.
      Just have them write the same home address - Spotify doesn't check.
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    • I'm hoping to create a family account with family members that travel a lot. Spotify live-chat told me that if we get a plan in Canada and a family member travels to the US for more than 2 weeks, the traveling family member will have an issue. Anyone experience this? Any way around this?
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    • Great, so they do not confirm the address?
      They do not confirm the address. Setup the account with your address and instruct the family members to enter your address when prompted.
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    • When you setup the family plan and enter their email, they will receive an invite to join the family plan. When they join, Spotify asks for their address. If all of you enter the same address then it works out just fine. I have a Spotify family that I've never met and have no idea where they live.
      Great, so they do not confirm the address?
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    • I just spoke to Spotify and have daughters in Ottawa and Toronto. Cannot sign them up under family plan unless everyone lives in the same house. What the hell is that about. How do they even know where they are living. Disappointing.
      When you setup the family plan and enter their email, they will receive an invite to join the family plan. When they join, Spotify asks for their address. If all of you enter the same address then it works out just fine. I have a Spotify family that I've never met and have no idea where they live.
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    • I just spoke to Spotify and have daughters in Ottawa and Toronto. Cannot sign them up under family plan unless everyone lives in the same house. What the hell is that about. How do they even know where they are living. Disappointing.
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    • My deal for free Spotify with Rogers ends in a couple of days. Can you tell me how you renewed? did you let Rogers deal lapse and then signed up with a new family?

      Regards

      My Rogers deal just lapsed and I think you'll have to go to Spotify to renew/upgrade (Same account and all your playlists etc will be the same)
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    • I tried last year and there wasn't since its managed by Rogers. It made for a good trial and I've been subscribing to Family plan since, once the Rogers deal ran out.
      My deal for free Spotify with Rogers ends in a couple of days. Can you tell me how you renewed? did you let Rogers deal lapse and then signed up with a new family?

      Regards
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    • Did everyone else get their code? I ordered mine on Sept 4th, but still haven't received mine. It's supposed to be sent out 3 days prior to the renewal date?
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    • I've got free Premium from Rogers for another year, is there a way to upgrade to the Family plan and pay the extra $5?
      I tried last year and there wasn't since its managed by Rogers. It made for a good trial and I've been subscribing to Family plan since, once the Rogers deal ran out.
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    • I've got free Premium from Rogers for another year, is there a way to upgrade to the Family plan and pay the extra $5?
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    • Where did this question come from? Spotify doesn't do any kind of IP tracking.
      In the thread where people are grouping up they're all geographically grouped. Spotify must be cracking down?
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    • Thanks for this deal! Does anyone know the best way to share with friends or otherwise? Does one person pay and the other 5 give him $30 for the year? Or is there an easy automated way of collecting $2.50 per month from each person?
      Whoever you are sharing the plan with, I would say that it is probably easier to collect the yearly amount from each "family member" so that you don't have to collect monthly. A suggestion would be to collect payment from members via Interac e-transfer or pay-pal on a yearly basis to avoid paying re-occurring monthly transaction fees. It's too bad Spotify does not accommodate yearly payment option for Family plan.
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    • If each family member uses their cellphone to access this service, they would have different IP's. Plus, how would they use it at work if they tracked IP's? Can anybody confirm this?
      Where did this question come from? Spotify doesn't do any kind of IP tracking.
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    • If each family member uses their cellphone to access this service, they would have different IP's. Plus, how would they use it at work if they tracked IP's? Can anybody confirm this?
      What are you asking? Spotify doesn't track IPs or otherwise track the location of family plan members.
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    • If each family member uses their cellphone to access this service, they would have different IP's. Plus, how would they use it at work if they tracked IP's? Can anybody confirm this?
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    • If you were searching in expired hot deals, or across the whole site. Most people only search in hot deals when they are looking to post a new deal.
      Thanks wearysky, yes I searched under Hot Deals before I posted. Anyways I am happy about the family Spotify deal :-)
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    • Reported. A simple search would show that there is already a pre-existing thread: Your text to link here...
      If you were searching in expired hot deals, or across the whole site. Most people only search in hot deals when they are looking to post a new deal.
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    • Better late than never :-) I just got the email from Spotify today......
      Reported. A simple search would show that there is already a pre-existing thread: Your text to link here...
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    • This should be moved to the group buy area
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    • Better late than never :-) I just got the email from Spotify today......
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    • been available since sept...
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    • Finally the Spotify Family plan for up to 6 people is here in Canada for $14.99 per month. No more fighting with my daughter for music when I am working out in the gym and she is at school!

      https://www.spotify.com/ca-en/family/
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    • The price goes up as more member you add. I added 5 people and price went up to 29$
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    • On Spotify you can export the playlists but not the songs. So it's not completely lost, but still kind of is unless you find an app that can read the playlist and find the songs.

      Thanks, good to know. So you're just paying for the streaming rather than owning the songs. That's an interesting model, yet, one can basically do the same free on youtube, without the nice interface. The big advantage on youtube is that you can export the music out and basically own it.
      Youtube has ads and if you're stealing from youtube, you might as well torrent the album.
      I get very virtually no ads on youtube probably due to adblocker. Torrent sites tend not have less known artists or the speed is very marginal due to few seeders. The only advantage I see for services like Spotify is the discovery effect as the suggestions tend to be good based on your prior listening, but one can do that on free websites too. People also need to lay off the stealing argument, as it's likely the same people who buy VPNs to get US Netflix, use Kodi and download/stream free movies too. Zero difference. If it's there I use it, until the paid service becomes the only choice OR totally outweighs the free alternatives with quality, which I feel Spotify and Google music is close to doing in this case. The family pricing might be the tipping point for me, but I still dislike that all playlist building is kind of lost once you unsubscribe.
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    • I'm trying to decide between Google and Spotify. Sounds like both services are good. My main newbie question would be: can I keep the music outside of their platform which I've already selected if I stop paying for their service or is the music strictly locked to their software? I ask because people can spend considerable time exploring music and building their playlists. What happens if these services go dead or you just want to end your subscription for whatever reason? Does all the work get lost?
      On Spotify you can export the playlists but not the songs. So it's not completely lost, but still kind of is unless you find an app that can read the playlist and find the songs.

      Thanks, good to know. So you're just paying for the streaming rather than owning the songs. That's an interesting model, yet, one can basically do the same free on youtube, without the nice interface. The big advantage on youtube is that you can export the music out and basically own it.
      Youtube has ads and if you're stealing from youtube, you might as well torrent the album.
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    • I'm trying to decide between Google and Spotify. Sounds like both services are good. My main newbie question would be: can I keep the music outside of their platform which I've already selected if I stop paying for their service or is the music strictly locked to their software? I ask because people can spend considerable time exploring music and building their playlists. What happens if these services go dead or you just want to end your subscription for whatever reason? Does all the work get lost?
      On Spotify you can export the playlists but not the songs. So it's not completely lost, but still kind of is unless you find an app that can read the playlist and find the songs.

      Thanks, good to know. So you're just paying for the streaming rather than owning the songs. That's an interesting model, yet, one can basically do the same free on youtube, without the nice interface. The big advantage on youtube is that you can export the music out and basically own it.
      Exporting the music from YouTube is not "owning" it, that's "stealing" it. The YouTube terms clearly say it's prohibited to use unauthorized methods to rip songs off it, in practice no different than torrenting. With Spotify every time you listen to a song the artist gets paid some fraction of a cent, that's why you can't keep the songs without the app. But you can download them to listen offline within the app (as long as the app can periodically connect to Spotify to verify your membership). You are paying for two things: 1) discovery (Spotify makes it easy to find music) and 2) music management (you can easily sync playlists with your phone, play on Chromecast, desktop, etc.).
      It's not perfect because a lot of songs are still missing, but it is the best I have found so far. Especially at the family plan price.
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    • I'm trying to decide between Google and Spotify. Sounds like both services are good. My main newbie question would be: can I keep the music outside of their platform which I've already selected if I stop paying for their service or is the music strictly locked to their software? I ask because people can spend considerable time exploring music and building their playlists. What happens if these services go dead or you just want to end your subscription for whatever reason? Does all the work get lost?
      On Spotify you can export the playlists but not the songs. So it's not completely lost, but still kind of is unless you find an app that can read the playlist and find the songs.

      Thanks, good to know. So you're just paying for the streaming rather than owning the songs. That's an interesting model, yet, one can basically do the same free on youtube, without the nice interface. The big advantage on youtube is that you can export the music out and basically own it.
    • Report Post
    • I'm trying to decide between Google and Spotify. Sounds like both services are good. My main newbie question would be: can I keep the music outside of their platform which I've already selected if I stop paying for their service or is the music strictly locked to their software? I ask because people can spend considerable time exploring music and building their playlists. What happens if these services go dead or you just want to end your subscription for whatever reason? Does all the work get lost?
      So you're just paying for the streaming rather than owning the songs. That's an interesting model, yet, one can basically do the same free on youtube, without the nice interface or playlist functionality. The big advantage on youtube is that you can export the music out and basically own it.

      On Spotify you can export the playlists but not the songs. So it's not completely lost, but still kind of is unless you find an app that can read the playlist and find the songs.
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