Spotify, it’s a blast!

Spotify is really the reference app for music: the catalog is immense, you can find absolutely everything (except the excellent remix of“Say My name” by Cyril Hahn), in short, we love it. But frankly, we can’t stand pubs that are always badly chosen and are downright unmanageable for an evening with friends. So we wondered how to get a Premium account at a low price, and we share our solution with you because we are so nice!

Spotify Premium, Spotify Family, Spotify Duo… a look at all these packages

Spotify Free at €0 per month is the company’s free service. It allows you to use the service for free but you will be regularly interrupted by advertisements. You will not be able to choose the order of the music in the playlists, nor will you be able to skip all the music you don’t like.

Spotify Premium at €10.90 per month is the paid version of the service, with no advertising, allowing you to listen to music offline and freely choose the music you want to hear. It allows only one user.

Spotify Duo, at €14. 99 a month, offers the same benefits as Spotify Premium, but for two people. It is designed for couples living under the same roof

Spotify Premium Family at €17.99 per month offers the same services as the Premium version, but can be shared between 6 users, reducing the cost per user to €2.99. A good deal.

Can I share my Spotify subscription?

Spotify Duo and Family accounts, designed specifically for Spotify account sharing, offer solutions tailored to the varied needs of users. With the Duo offer, you can invite your spouse or roommate to join in this musical sharing. In addition, the Family offer extends the possibility of Spotify account sharing account sharing by allowing up to 5 additional guests, creating a space for the whole family to discover and listen together.


I have a subscription and want to offer my available seats to save money.


I would like to subscribe to a low-cost subscription by joining a cost-sharing group.

How many devices can you use Spotify Duo or Family on?

For theFamily subscription, each account can install Spotify and use it on 5 devices (i.e. 6 users x 5 devices in the family), however, listening is only possible on one device at a time per account.

For the Duo subscription, the same principle applies, but you are restricted to two accounts (i.e. 2 users x 5 devices).

How do I listen to Spotify on 2 devices at the same time?

You can’t play your Spotify music on two devices at once. However, you can connect to the number of devices of your choice, but if you start playing on a second device, it will cut off the music on the first. So you can only play your music on one device.

How do I share my Spotify Duo or Family account?

Time needed: 5 minutes

Are you the subscription manager and want to know how to invite to Spotify Family? Here are the actions to perform:

  1. At the top right, click on “Profile” and then on “Account”.

    partage abonnement spotify famille methodologie

  2. In the left menu, click on “Spotify Family”.

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  3. Click on “Add to family subscription”.

  4. Click on “Invite to Spotify Premium subscription”.

  5. Copy the invitation link and send it to the members you wish to invite,

    Be sure to specify the mailing address you provided in your account

Are you a guest on a subscription and want to know how to use Spotify Family?

  1. Click on the invitation link you received
  2. Register if you don’t have an account. If you already have a free one, you can use it to log in and keep all your playlists.
  3. Confirm your address. It must be the same as the owner’s.

By sharing your account, you can divide the cost by 6. This costs €2.99 per user, and represents a saving of €90/year compared with the individual Premium offer.

How much can I save by sharing my account?


I have a subscription and want to offer my available seats to save money.


I would like to subscribe to a low-cost subscription by joining a cost-sharing group.

How do I share the subscription fee with my co-subscribers?

Spotify does not offer to split the fee between plan members, but you can easily share the fee by signing up for Sharesub. By entering some information about the subscription, you will get a sharing link: this link will allow your co-subscribers to enter their payment card and a monthly debit will be made to credit your account. Let your friends and family enjoy this Spotify account for a small fee by sending them a Sharesub sharing link. They will love you!

Possible interactions between co-subscribers

Sharing Spotify Premium is also an opportunity to share playlists and follow fellow subscribers, discover new tracks and avoid getting stuck in your own playlists.

Is it safe to share a Spotify account?

Account sharing is not a security risk because each user has their own credentials. However, the company asks that sharing a family account be limited to the family, and asks users to declare a common address. It is therefore necessary for the person sharing the subscription to give you the address they entered in the account.

About Spotify

Spotify is a Swedish company, founded in 2006, that offers online music streaming services. It develops a website as well as applications for smartphones and for PC and Mac, which provide access to the music of over 100,000 artists. The service had over 100 million users in 2019.

The Spotify app and its strengths

Spotify music streaming is a very high quality service offering a huge catalog of music. It is currently competing with Deezer and Apple Music. Spotify’s music catalog has more than 40 million tracks like Deezer’s.
One of Spotify’s strengths is its ability to offer new discoveries: daily mixes, playlists and personalized radios allow you to discover and renew your everyday music. Based on our preferences, recommendation algorithms are often advice.
We also like in this music streaming service the possibility to follow artists to be warned of the next concerts in our area, to be able to follow friends to discover their new hits. Because we all have a good friend with a passion for music whose playlists we love!

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