Sony Interactive Entertainment on Tuesday announced that the price for Spotify Premium on PlayStation Music has been slashed for active PlayStation Plus subscribers.
For both new and existing PS Plus members, Sony has revealed that the monthly subscription fee for Spotify Premium will drop by ten per cent.
Spotify’s music subscription provides new users with a thirty-day free trial, with the subsequent monthly fee costing $9.99 (€9.99/£9.99).
Signing up for the music-streaming service’s subscription provides additional benefits, including the removal of adverts, listening to music offline, unlimited skips and the ability to play any song.
According to Sony, the offer will last on the PlayStation Store until October 10, 2018.
“The offer is available starting today and the savings will be applied to ongoing monthly recurring Spotify Premium subscription fees for as long as players continue to maintain an active PlayStation Plus membership,” Sony said.
Sony and Spotify entered into a partnership in 2015 with the introduction of PlayStation Music, which replaced the now-defunct Music Unlimited.
PlayStation Music, which is available in over 40 markets, can be downloaded from the PlayStation Store for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4.
Read more about PlayStation Music in Hardcore Gamer’s hands-on session with Sony’s music service.