YouTube discreetly implemented an annual plan for YouTube Premium and Music Premium in recent weeks. It currently offers significant savings as compared to monthly payments. However, this offer will expire very shortly.
New YouTube Premium and YouTube Music Premium customers are presently seeing a “Or save money with an annual, family, or student plan” option under the standard subscription/”Try it free” button. The final two options have been there for a while, but the yearly plan is new.
Instead of paying $11.99 per month for YouTube Premium, you pay $107.99 for a year’s worth of ad-free, offline, and background streaming. Users who pay in advance save $3 per month or $36 per year. An annual subscription to YouTube Music Premium costs $89.99, saving you $2.50 each month. This discount rate expires on Sunday, January 23, and the regular price after that is as follows:
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According to the support website, this is a non-recurring membership that must be renewed manually every year, and no partial refunds are available.
Annual plans are only offered to individual subscribers in the following countries: the United States, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Russia, Turkey, Germany, Thailand, India, and Japan. Those who are new to Premium may join up on Android or the web (except iOS) by:
First, need to open the YouTube or YouTube Music app/website.
Then select your profile picture > Tap to get YouTube Premium. Spend less on a yearly, family, or student plan.
Tap “Get Annual Plan,” then follow the on-screen instructions to complete your transaction.
Existing monthly customers may upgrade to an annual membership by cancelling their current subscription and signing up for it again.