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Students can take up to 50% off of YouTube Premium and YouTube Music
- Google has announced student pricing for YouTube Music and YouTube Premium, available starting today.
- YouTube Music for students costs $5 a month (regularly $10) and YouTube Premium is $7 a month (regularly $12).
- Sign up by Jan. 31, 2019, and get YouTube Premium for $5.99 a month.
Services like Amazon, Spotify, and others have student subscription plans that are reduced in price but don’t skimp on the features. Announced earlier today, Google is now offering student plans for YouTube Premium and YouTube Music that saves users up to 50 percent.
Since launching/rebranding YouTube Premium and YouTube Music in June, Google has been adding new features to both services. Now, Google is pushing to get more users using both services.
As seen in the graphic, YouTube Premium offers ad-free, original program, and more. The service usually costs users $12 a month, but students can grab it for $7 a month. YouTube Music offers a similar ad-free listening experience and is available for students for $5 a month (normally $10).
And remember, by subscribing to YouTube Premium, you gain access to YouTube Music for no added cost.
Additionally, if you act fast, Google is offering the YouTube Premium student plan for $5.99. This promotion ends on Jan. 31, 2019.
Eligible students can sign up for the YouTube Premium student plan here and the YouTube Music student plan here.