How to Trial Spotify Premium for Free (Without Getting Charged)

Spotify allows users to listen to almost any song they want absolutely free, but if you want to remove the ads you have to pay for a Premium account. In fact, there is a way you can get Premium Spotify for free up to 30 days: sign up for a Spotify trial.

We’re going to teach you how you can enjoy Spotify Premium for up to 30 days on a free trial account, without having to pay for automatic renewals.

Does Spotify Offer a Free Trial?

Spotify certainly does offer a free trial to new subscribers that sign up. The trial lasts 30 days, so you can listen to your favorite tracks on the go without any ads messing up your experience.

The only problem is that your trial will automatically become a paid membership if you don’t turn off automatic renewal before the 30-day period. That means you could potentially be charged for months without even realizing it.

To avoid this problem, you’ll need to navigate through the Spotify settings to turn off automatic renewal. Companies often use the automatic renewal method as a way to get more money from new subscribers. You can always turn it off, but it takes manual work to do so.

From time to time, Spotify will also offer special promotions for specific devices or payment options. In the past, it was offering a three-month free trial period if you paid using PayPal. It also offered a six-month trial period for select Samsung users for a period of time.

Doing a bit of research in the months before you subscribe will help you find the best deals. You may be able to combine several of these offers for an extended free trial period, giving you access to all the new features Spotify is constantly expanding.

How to Get 30 Days of Spotify for Free

Heading to the Spotify website is the easiest and fastest way to sign up for your free trial. If you haven’t already registered an account with Spotify, which is free to do, you will need to create one to claim the free Premium trial.

You can use your Premium trial account on almost any device including the Spotify desktop app, the mobile app, and web-based browser.

  1. Go to
  2. Click Premium
  3. Click Get Started
  4. Log in to your account
  5. Click Try Premium
  6. Select your payment method
  7. Enter your personal information

You will need to enter your payment information because this is what Spotify will use to automatically charge you after the free trial period is over. For now, your checkout amount should equal zero, and you won’t be charged anything.

At this point, you can go ahead and start listening to your Premium Spotify account with no ad interruptions for the next 30 days. Just keep in mind that you’ll need to manually shut off your subscription before getting charged for the next month, which we’ll detail below.

How to Cancel Your Automatic Spotify Subscription

Since you are technically a Spotify subscriber, you will need to cancel your subscription before getting charged for your first month’s bill. Even though you cancel your subscription, you will still get the full 30 days to try out Spotify Premium for free.

  1. Go to
  2. Log in to your account
  3. Click your profile name
  4. Click Account
  5. Select Available Plans
  6. Click Cancel Premium (under Spotify Free)

Once you confirm your cancellation, you will no longer have a Premium account subscription, but you will still have access to your 30-day trial of Premium Spotify.

You may have noticed that although your Premium plan has been canceled, you still have a Spotify account. There is a separate method to deleting your Spotify account, which will remove all your account data with it.

It’s Easy to Try Premium Spotify for Free

You can get a Spotify Premium account for free when you become a new subscriber. The trial lasts for 30 days, but it will automatically renew after a month and charge the card on file. If you know the proper steps, you can cancel this renewal to prevent spending more money.

If you’re using the Spotify desktop app for your listening pleasures, you may want to consider changing over to the web player for easier access and more features.

Author: Raul Mercado

Source: Raul Mercado.” How to Trial Spotify Premium for Free (Without Getting Charged)”. Retrieved From

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