Thanks to a new promotion that is tied to the Labor Day holiday here in the United States, you can get 6 months of free access to Groove Music Pass if you pay for just one month.
As you might expect of such an offer, there are all kinds of caveats. These include:
But there is some good news, too: Those tokens are transferable. So you could take both for yourself, take one and give the other to someone else, or give them both away.
Should you do it?
I don’t feel that Groove Music Pass is as good as any of the top music subscription services—Spotify, Apple Music, and so on—but you can’t beat the price: $10 for 7 months of unlimited music across devices is pretty hard to argue with.
<p>"I don’t feel that Groove Music Pass is as good as any of the top music subscription services"</p><p><br></p><p>Why is that? </p><p><br></p><p>For me it is a non starter because of the lack of a family plan. That said in the limited testing I did with it, it was good service. I have no idea about it's music catalog but it had everything I searched for. I would imagine it is pretty much the same 30-40+ million songs as Apple/Google/Amazon/Spotify. </p><p><br></p><p>The iOS app is nice and simple, much like the Amazon music app. Certainly better than Apple or Google's train wreck of music apps.</p>