Capital One sponsors Spotify Spotify and Capital One users are passionate about the music they listen to and the rewards they earn. Starting today, a new special offer from Capital One gives Spotify Premium customers 50% back on the cost of their subscription when they pay with a Capital One Quicksilver® or QuicksilverOne® card, making it more rewarding for listeners to enjoy the music they love, through April 30, 2018.
The North Face partners with Spotify ALAMEDA, Calif., March 13, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- The North Face today officially launched Apex Flex GTX®, the first-ever fully waterproof, soft rain jacket that is made for comfort. Not satisfied with a jacket that people wear only because they have to, The North Face and GORE-TEX® dedicated years of innovation, product development and testing to creating a rain jacket comfortable and versatile enough to wear rain or shine.
Hilton sponsors Spotify Last night, during GRAMMY® Week, Hilton (HLT) launched “Music Happens Here,” a first of its kind integrated music program that provides Hilton Honors members with unique concert experiences and unprecedented access to music and artist connections. The program builds on Hilton’s exclusive partnerships with Live Nation and with The Recording Academy® (the organization which bestows the GRAMMY®), and introduces a new music and travel content creation partnership with Spotify.
New York Times partners with Spotify NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- The New York Times today announced that new Times digital subscribers who sign up for a one-year All Access subscription will receive free, unlimited access to Spotify Premium. The special offer requires a one-year commitment and is available for a limited time to U.S. residents who are not current subscribers to The New York Times or Spotify Premium. The subscription is available at nytimes.com/spotify.
Ainsworth Pet Nutrition signs deal with Spotify PITTSBURGH, Feb. 2, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Ainsworth Pet Nutrition, manufacturer of the Rachael Ray™ Nutrish® line of pet food and treats, announced today that it has partnered with Spotify to sponsor four of the music streaming service's popular playlists throughout 2017 as part of its "Moments that Matter" campaign. Rachael Ray Nutrish is the first of its competitors to advertise with Spotify in this capacity.
Kia sponsors Spotify Spotify has begun letting brands sponsor the most popular playlists curated by the music streaming service, offering advertisers a way to match music with a message. Sponsored Playlists, as they're called, match a marketer with a playlist that lines up with a certain audience they have in mind based on campaign objectives. In a blog post today announcing the new offering, Spotify said it will work with advertisers to drive streams to a playlist during the sponsorship through native promotion, brand marketing and social media.