Get 3 months of ad-free, offline music with SoundCloud Go+ for just $1

SoundCloud are currently offering their new ad-free subscription service and all of it’s bonuses at a special price of just $1 for three months.

For a limited time SoundCloud are offering a very special deal that cuts their cost in 30 as you can purchase 3 months of SoundCloud Go+ right now for just $1. Thats a tenth of the service’s usual price of $9.99 for a month and 1/30 as you get not just one month, but 3 in the massive deal.

SoundCloud Go+ is the new name for SoundCloud’s subscription service launched last year and features an expanded library of over 150 million tracks, no adverts and the ability to save tracks to listen to offline. With the introduction of SoundCloud Go+ earlier this year they launched a basic SoundCloud Go option for $5.99 a month that features a smaller music library without premium tracks.

Currently SoundCloud Go+ is an even better option than it’s normally cheaper counterpart at just $1 for 3 months, after which the normal subscription charge resumes. If you fancy trying out all that SoundCloud has to offer then there’s no better time than now, with 3 different options to choose from and the best one going at just $1 for a quarter of a year.

You can find out more about the optional SoundCloud tiers and sign up to a trial or subscription here:

SoundCloud Go and SoundCloud Go+ are available through SoundCloud’s existing apps on the iOS App Store, Google Play or by logging on to in the US, UK, Ireland, France, Australia, New Zealand, Canada and Germany. You can sign up for a free, 30-day trial of SoundCloud Go or SoundCloud Go+, after which a monthly subscription free applies: SoundCloud Go is $4.99 (web/Android)/$5.99 (iOS) per month in the US, SoundCloud Go+ is $9.99 (web/Android)/$12.99 (iOS) per month in the US. iOS users can avoid the App Store surcharge by visiting instead.

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