Check If You Received Additional Credit for Your Google Play Music Subscription

Google Play Music is leaving and will be replaced by YouTube Music in the coming weeks. Google has made the transition easy for anyone who has ever used Google Play Music by offering several tools to transfer your library, playlists, and other data. What about your subscription ?

The answer depends on how you paid for Google Play Music. Google Play Music subscribers could purchase or receive a free three to six month subscription. As a result, many users now have prepaid Google Play Music subscriptions that go beyond the Google sunset in September / October.

Fortunately, Google is celebrating prepaid and gift subscriptions by giving users Play Store credit equal to the remaining subscription value in their account, although some users say they ‘ve received much more generous amounts .

Google notifies users of a store loan, but you probably already have funds in your Google account. To check, log into Google Play on your desktop or open the Google Play Store app, then select Payment Methods from the side menu. The credits will appear on your gift card balance.

Play Store Credit can be used for any apps, in-app purchases, movies or music available on the Google Play Store. It will not expire. However, if you plan on using your gift credit to buy music on Google Play, do so now as the Google Play Music store is closing in just a few days.

However, your Google Play Music library will be available until December 2020, so you’ll be able to download those last-minute purchases – as well as all your other tracks and playlists – a little more .

As for users with an active Google Play Music subscription, you probably already pay for YouTube Music Premium or YouTube Premium (depending on your Google Play Music subscription level). There are also reports of users canceling their subscriptions without warning rather than transferring them to YouTube Music Premium. Whatever the case with your account, you can check or cancel these subscriptions from the My Subscriptions menu on Google Play. (It’s probably best to do this after backing up your Play Music library.)

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