US Spotify Premium subscribers can bag themselves a free Google Home Mini

But it's for the older speaker, not the new Nest Mini

Spotify gives away free Google Home Minis
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It's that time of the year again: Spotify is once again giving away free Google Home Minis to subscribers, and this year even more people can bag one.

Whereas only subscribers to the family plan were eligible in last year's deal, this time all new and existing Premium members in the US can get in on a free Mini.

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The offer is available from now and will run "until supplies last," says Spotify. However the offer is for the older Google Home Mini, not the newer Nest Mini, and to be honest this deal is probably Google's way of clearing out some of its old stock.

But hey, a free $50 smart speaker is better than a kick in the teeth, and if you are interested, just head to either the Premium or Family plan page to claim your free smart speaker.

If you're on the Premium Student membership tier, you're unfortunately ineligible. Same goes if you just sign up for a free Premium trial just to get a free Home Mini. Nice try, but it won't work.

While the partnership will help bring Google Assistant to more homes, it also helps Spotify expand its reach into smart home devices. Apple recently opened up Siri integration with Spotify, letting subscribers control their music using the Apple assistant.

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