Spotify increasing subscription prices in the US (family plans only) and Europe
Spotify is rolling out increased prices for its Premium plans across Europe, the UK, and the United States.
In Europe and the UK, the Student, Duo, and Family Premium plans are all getting price bumps. The price increase in the US, comparatively, is minor, with only its Premium Family plan changing its price, and only by a single dollar.
The full price increase list is the following:
Student — £5 ➡️ £6 (+£1) Duo — £13 ➡️ £13.994 (+£1) Family — £15 ➡️ £17 (+£2)
Student — €5 ➡️ €6 (+€1) Duo — €12 ➡️ €13 (+€1) Family — €15 ➡️ €18 (+€3)
Family — $15 ➡️ $16 (+$1)
The price increases will go into effect at the end of April for any new user signups, with existing users having until June. Spotify also mentioned that similar price changes will be coming to Asia and South America, though specific countries and price adjustments were not yet announced.
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