Win A Year-Long Spotify Premium Subscription

We have 2 to give away!

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Just in time for Christmas, we're teaming up with Spotify we are giving two lucky WhatCulture readers the chance to win a year-long Premium subscription for the service.

Spotify Premium is the perfect Christmas gift for music lovers. So why not indulge the music buff in your life with Spotify Premium this year? The scale is endless: you're giving them access to over 30 million tracks, without adverts and the opportunity to download music to listen offline, enjoy high quality listening and play any song they like at any time they like. It's the perfect gift for music lovers. That's a hell of a present!

Spotify Premium can be trialled for free for 30 days, and then is just £9.99 per month.

They also offer Family Subscriptions, allowing you and five other family members to all have your own individual Spotify Premium accounts, for one fixed price – a sure fire way to keep everyone happy this Christmas!

Spotify Premium for Family is available for just £14.99 per month.

And then there's Spotify for PlayStation Music, which is perfect for the musical gamer, allowing users to listen interrupted while they game, choose from millions of songs on demand and control the music from their phone or tablet. Spotify even offer pre-created gaming playlists including the latest tunes from Kanye to Dr.Dre to Drake to power them up as they play the latest games on offer this Christmas.

Spotify is available on PlayStation Music for just £9.99 per month, with the first 2 months of Spotify Premium for just £1.99.

To be in with a chance of winning one of the two Premium subscriptions up for grabs then simply submit your name and address details to contest@whatculture.com, remembering to quote 'Spotify' in the subject line. Competition closes on 5th December 2016.

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