If you sign up to Spotify Premium, you'll get a free Google Chromecast worth £30.
Google's streaming device is gratis when you take out a subscription to Spotify Premium for three months, costing you £29.97. That's the standard rate of £9.99 a month.
The offer starts today, and is valid until February 28, or until stocks run out. It only applies to those who don't have Spotify Premium already, and who haven't trialled the pay-for tier before.
Google's Chromecast lets you stream music, films and TV shows from your smartphone or tablet to your TV. So if you've got a meaty set of speakers connected to your telly, why not use them to enjoy what's on your phone?
Chromecast works with iOS and Android devices, Chromebooks, Mac computers and PCs. If you're using your phone, it becomes the remote control, letting you pause, play and adjust the volume. As well as Spotify, Chromecast supports Netflix, YouTube, BBC iPlayer and loads more apps.
It also lets you mirror your web browser to your TV, so you can browse on the big screen. Just make sure it's safe for work.
The Chromecast is one of a new breed of ultra-cheap streaming devices that let you ping your content to your TV over your wireless network. Its rivals are the Amazon Fire TV Stick and the Roku Streaming Stick. They all do pretty much the same thing, and all cost about the same.