What if you could get YouTube Premium, the paid version of YouTube that offers an ad-free experience, background audio playback and other cool features, without paying a dime? Sounds too good to be true, right? In fact, there’s a little-known loophole that can give you all the benefits of YouTube Premium for free… at least until Google fixes this in the future. Here’s how to get YouTube Premium for free! Get YouTube Premium for Free: How to exploit a little-known loophole
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Go on a free trial from somewhere like Amazon or Spotify
Amazon is currently offering free trials of their Amazon Prime membership. This includes free shipping, streaming music, and unlimited video streaming from the Prime Video library. With the Prime membership you can also sign up for an Amazon Music Unlimited trial which has over 50 million songs and thousands of curated playlists. Plus, both services are ad free with no commitment or cost after the trial ends.
Spotify is currently offering their premium service on a trial basis as well at no cost with no commitment once the trial ends.
Go onto YouTube, search for Redeem Code in the search bar
YouTube Red, the premium service from Google’s video site, is now available to everyone. It offers ad-free videos and music, as well as offline access to your favorite content and original programming from top YouTubers like PewDiePie. You can subscribe for $9.99 per month or get it with YouTube TV for $11.99 per month. But if you want it for free, there’s a way!
Paste in the code
YouTube is one of the most popular sites on the internet, with millions of users and billions of hours of content watched. The site also has two paid tiers, YouTube Red and YouTube TV. These services offer original programming and ad-free viewing for $9.99 per month and $35 per month respectively. However, there is a way to get these features free of charge–at least temporarily. To start off, you will need access to the Google Play Store app on your Android phone or tablet.
What is YouTube premium?
YouTube Premium (formerly known as YouTube Red) is the paid service offered by Google that gives you ad-free videos, background playing and music streaming, exclusive content from your favorite creators, and access to original series and movies. It costs $11.99 a month.
Why do I want it?
YouTube Premium is awesome because you get ad-free videos and the ability to download videos. So if you want music offline, or want to watch it without ads, then this is the way to go.
But, there’s one problem with getting your own premium account. It costs $12 per month (or $120 per year). That’s $120 every year that could be going towards something else that might be more important, like paying off debt or saving for retirement.
There are two things you need to do in order to get your hands on YouTube Premium without paying. 1. Use Google Assistant on your phone or type YouTube premium into the search bar on YouTube, and say Subscribe. The app will walk you through the subscription process using voice commands and you won’t have to enter any credit card information. 2. You can also sign up with a prepaid Visa gift card. You’ll be asked for a payment method during the checkout process but when you select PayPal, it will automatically default to use your Visa gift card balance if available instead of taking money out of your bank account.
I just wanted to let you know that there’s actually a way to get YouTube Premium for free. This is how it works…
First, you need to have an iPhone running iOS 11.2 or later with the latest version of Google Play Services downloaded on it. Once you’ve done that, open up the Settings app on your phone and tap your Apple ID at the top of the screen. Scroll down until you see Subscriptions and then click Manage. You’ll be taken to a list of all your subscriptions; scroll down until you find the one labeled YouTube Premium. Select it, then click Cancel Subscription in the upper right corner.