If you have a Spotify gift card, you can use it to pay for a Spotify Premium subscription. A Premium subscription allows you to listen to music without ads, download songs, build playlists, and on your phone or desktop computer. Spotify gift cards can only be used for normal Spotify subscriptions, not student or military ones. 

Moreover, gift cards can’t be redeemed for trial offers, Premium Family, or Premium Duo accounts. You can only use them to get a Premium Individual plan.

If you’ve got a Spotify gift card and aren’t sure how to use it, you’ll need to go to your computer first. Spotify gift cards can only be redeemed online.

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Here’s how to redeem your Spotify gift card to pay for a premium subscription.

1. Log in to your Spotify account at www.spotify.com/redeem on your Mac or PC.

2. On the back of your gift card, find the PIN or code. Use the zip code associated with the address you provided when you created the account.

3. Click “ENTER CODE”.

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The funds on your gift card will be redeemed and put into your account.

The country or region settings in your account must match the location where the gift card was purchased.

At any given time, you can only redeem up to 18 months of Premium on your account.

The gift card will be applied to your subscription payments beginning on the date of your next payment. After the full amount of the gift card has been spent, your payments will resume as usual.


Do Spotify gift cards expire?

Spotify gift cards are valid for 1 year from the date of purchase. There are also no service fees or inactivity fees associated with Spotify gift cards.

Where can I buy a Spotify gift card?

Spotify gift cards are available at most leading retail and electronic stores. You can purchase them in a physical form or as an e-Gift card from retailers such as Walmart.

Is there a Spotify premium 1-year gift card?

Yes, a Spotify Premium 1 year gift card does exist, and you can get 12 months for the price of 10 months.

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