Spotify and TikTok team up to launch free Spotify Premium offer

If you’re eligible, you can now get four months of Spotify Premium free through TikTok.

Want free Spotify Premium? Become a TikToker. TikTok and Spotify have just launched a Premium offer for eligible TikTok users.

The social media video app is giving four months of Spotify Premium to people in in the UK and other European countries who are over the age of 18 with a TikTok profile. From today TikTok users in France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Spain, Turkey and the UK, who have not previously subscribed to Spotify Premium, can receive the unique code to redeem the reward.

Those eligible can activate the TikTok Spotify Premium offer on mobile here, or head to the TikTok Rewards badge on the For You page or Me Page. Alternatively, tap the “TikTok x Spotify Rewards” banner or search for Spotify from the Discover page.  

Marc Hazan, Spotify’s Vice President, Global Head of Premium Business Development said: “As the world’s leading audio streaming service, we are thrilled to offer eligible TikTok users in several markets access to all the music and podcasts they love anytime, anywhere.

Spotify connects artists and listeners in a way that wasn’t possible before, building a diverse community of music fans driven by discovery and inspiration. We are proud to introduce TikTok’s enthusiastic and growing user base to the many benefits of Spotify Premium: millions of songs ad-free, on-demand, and offline.”


Curious about how to put your music on TikTok? RouteNote can help with that. We distribute music for free, so you can get your tracks on social media platforms and earn money when your song is used. We also upload music to Spotify for free, as well as all the major streaming services, so everyone can hear your music. Find out more here.

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