Get your ad-free music fix for 90 days at $0.99 with this Deezer Premium deal

Get your ad-free music fix for 90 days at $0.99 with this Deezer Premium deal
Extremely popular in Europe, Deezer finally expanded stateside a couple of years back to challenge music streaming market leader Spotify and then-underdog Apple Music, which of course never really happened.

But if you’re thinking of giving another platform of this type a try this holiday season, Deezer is running a number of winter promotions that might be too good to ignore. The service, available on Android and iOS handsets, as well as Google Home smart speakers and smart displays, and even a few interesting wearable devices, normally starts at $9.99 a month for a Premium tier after a standard 30-day free trial.

Until November 30, however, you can pay a grand total of $0.99 for three whole months of ad-free, unlimited music streaming with offline playback capabilities. There’s obviously a catch, as this crazy good winter offer is only valid for new and Free users with no previous subscription to any other Deezer plan in the last 90 days and no previous Deezer trial or promotions at any time.

The goal is pretty clear, namely to boost a monthly active user base of around 14 million people worldwide, although getting them to pay the usual monthly fee after the promotional period could prove tricky. 

Naturally, Deezer would much prefer if you signed up for an annual subscription right off the bat, bringing its total cost down from $119.88 to $99.90 for a limited time, while Free users not eligible for the $0.99 bargain can still get 90 days of Premium service in exchange for a low one-time payment of $9.99.

At the end of the day, even if Deezer doesn’t prove as “smart” or feature-rich as Spotify or Apple Music, what do you stand to lose by trying it out for a few months? 99 cents?

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1. middlehead

Posts: 456; Member since: May 12, 2014

"Extremely popular in Europe" "active user base of around 14 million people worldwide" Choose one, it can't be both.

2. jmonteiro829

Posts: 261; Member since: Feb 13, 2012

Your comment makes no sense.... it can be popular in Europe where 13 million subscribers have an account and the other million are from other countries outside of Europe. Hence Worldwide.

3. middlehead

Posts: 456; Member since: May 12, 2014

Your comment makes no sense. Even if all 14 million were in Europe, 14 million out of 750 million isn't "extremely popular."

4. KakashiHatake4444

Posts: 79; Member since: Jul 30, 2018

I've subscribed for like 6 months now, and I got a total of 120 days free.... It's really a great alternative for the big hitters in the game.

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