Try YouTube Red and Google Play Music before you buy for up to four months

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Play Music offers four month trial

It looks like Google is trying to entice new music subscribers this holiday weekend with new offers for Play Music and YouTube Red. The search giant is apparently using July Fourth and the Independence Day holiday to offer a four-month trial. That’s right. If you sign up for Play Music or YouTube Red, the company is giving you four months of access to both services free of charge.

Normally, a subscription would cost you $9.99 per month so you’re saving pretty close to $40. With that $40 savings you’re getting full access to Google Play’s music library as well as the perks of YouTube Red. Those include ad-free YouTube videos, background playback, playing music offline, etc. As you can see, it’s a pretty big bang for your buck.

Should you sign up, your trial would end in Early November meaning you’d have most of the summer and fall to enjoy Google’s library. Following the trial, you’ll be hit with a monthly subscription of — you’ve guessed it — $9.99. If you’re interested in this offer, there is some red tape you probably should be aware of.

First of all, this is only available for new subscribers. That’s right. If you’ve ever subscribed to either YouTube Red or Play Music before, you won’t be eligible for this offer, sorry. Obviously, if you’re a current subscriber, it won’t be available for you, though that’s kind of a no-brainer. We’re not sure if this is only available in the United States, however with it coinciding with the United State’s independence, it probably is.

If you’re in the market for a music subscription service, and have yet to try Play Music or YouTube Red, now might be a good time to try it. You can do so by hitting the source link below. What better way of celebrating America’s freedom by getting something free yourself?

  Source: Google  via: 9to5Google


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