YES, you heard right Spotify and TikTok team up for premium subscriptions trial.
Because we all know the streaming experience of Spotify and the virality of the TikTok craze across the globe. Now, these two popular applications want to collaborate to capture each other’s users.
TikTok’s users of European countries eligible for this can enjoy a four-month Spotify subscription at a very nominal cost.
The conditions of being eligible and getting this opportunity are
- Above 18 years old
- TikTok users accounts
It should be in the UK, Germany, France, Poland, Italy, Turkey, and Spain.
- Who has not subscribed to the Spotify premium yet.
This offer starts on 13 July. The eligible users get a four months subscription, where other region’s users can get only three months.
Those who are eligible for this can get a unique redeem code to collect the rewards. In addition, they can tap the banner of TikTok×spotify or search for Spotify on TikTok’s discover page.
So that TikTok Spotify premium offer activates or you can visit the TikTok Rewards badge from you and my page section.
“TikTok is an incredible music & lip singing platform where users can connect and engage with the contents by their hearts” —- said David Nunez(TikTok head of growth, Europe).
He also said they are happy to announce “collaborating with Spotify premium” to bring the best music lover audience.
This collaboration can help get lots of young users of TikTok who want to enjoy viral soundtracks on Spotify.
TikTok has 2 billion monthly downloads globally in August. They also have 100 million monthly users alone in the USA.
On the other hand, Spotify has 158 monthly paid subscribers in March and 3 million new subscribers in the first quarter of 2021.
When these two biggest platforms like this came together, this could be the most significant collaboration in the century.
Marc Hazan – Spotify vice president, gave clarity that they are happy to get such an authentic and genuine music lover during this.
This collaboration can be the most extensive chapter of this music and video industry.
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