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If you love music, you’re probably signed up to some sort of streaming music service, but if you’re a Chromecast owner you can now sample Deezer Premium+ for 3 months for free thanks to Chromecast offers.

The Deezer Premium+ options is worth $11.99 per month, but you won’t pay a cent till the trial runs out. You have to sign up for a Deezer account though and that includes pre-adding a payment method which can be either PayPal, or a Credit Card (Visa, Mastercard or AMEX).

As you can see, Deezer Premium+ isn’t the only offer at the moment, you can also still grab a CrunchyRoll trial or a 3-month Google Play Music All Access trial if you want as well

This isn’t the first time that Deezer has offered a 3-month trial, so if you missed out the first time, you can now grab it. Head to chromecast.com/offers or open the Chromecast app on your phone and select ‘Offers’ to redeem your subscription.

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    Phill Edwards
    Phill Edwards
    4 years ago

    “…open the Chromecast app on your phone and select ‘Offers’ to redeem your subscription”.
    I don’t see Offers anywhere in my Chromecast app. Where do you find it?

    Daniel Tyson
    4 years ago
    Reply to  Phill Edwards

    Select your Chromecast > Open the three dot menu > View Chromecast offers.

    vijay alapati
    vijay alapati
    4 years ago

    i used the free 90 days subscription few months back, can i re use it again?

    Daniel Tyson
    4 years ago
    Reply to  vijay alapati

    Unfortunately not. At least the last time I tried it said no.

    vijay alapati
    vijay alapati
    4 years ago
    Reply to  Daniel Tyson

    :'(
    I really liked it when used the free trail, but i felt its bit expensive to continue

    Daniel Tyson
    4 years ago
    Reply to  vijay alapati

    I didn’t either, but my wife absolutely loves her All Access subscription.d

    Benjamin Dobell
    Benjamin Dobell
    4 years ago
    Reply to  vijay alapati

    I’d be inclined to think “no.” That’s the way the Google Play All Access streaming offer works anyway – new customers only.