Deal Alert: YouTube Premium Subscribers Can Get 3 Months of Stadia Pro for Free

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Google is offering all YouTube Premium subscribers a 3 month Stadia Pro trial (a $30 value). If you haven’t tried the Stadia game streaming service, now might be the time to pull the gun, so long as you don’t mind paying $12 a month for the ad-free YouTube Premium service.

There are a few requirements here, of course. Current or former Stadia Pro subscribers are not eligible for this offer. Plus, Google is only extending this offer to residents of the United States (excluding Hawaii and U.S. island territories), Canada, UK, France, Germany, Spain, Hungary, Netherlands, Poland, Norway, Romania, Spain, Sweden, and Switzerland.

But free Stadia users are eligible, and you don’t need to be a new YouTube Premium customer to redeem this offer. You simply need to sign up for Stadia (or visit the Stadia Pro page if you’re signed up for free Stadia) using the same Google account that’s linked to your YouTube Premium subscription.

After your 3 month Stadia Pro trial, Google will automatically continue your subscription and charge you $10 a month. Any games unlocked during your Stadia Pro trial will disappear if you choose to cancel your Pro subscription.

Even if you don’t want to become a longtime YouTube Premium or Stadia user, this offer is a pretty good deal. You can pay for three months of YouTube Premium for ad-free videos and play through one of Stadia’s many AAA games for free. Once the trial’s over, you can just cancel your subscriptions and call it a day. Just make sure you redeem this offer before the January 31st, 2022 cutoff date.

YouTube Premium

Sign up for YouTube Premium to get 3 months of Stadia Pro for free. Remember, this offer is only available to people who have never used Stadia Pro.

Source: Google via 9to5Google

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