Solved: Transfer Spotify Playlist to Another Account There’re situations when you want to just delete your old Spotify account and create a new one. No matter it’s because you don’t want your Facebook friends to know what you’re listening or you just simply want a new account to let Spotify learn your taste all over again. In the following parts, I’m going to show you how to copy Spotify playlist to another account and play Spotify songs unlimitedly without Premium. 4 Ways to Transfer Spotify Playlist to Another Account 1. Drag and Drop Playlists from Spotify This is the easiest way you can copy Spotify playlist to another account: 1. Drag and drop playlists from the old Spotify account to the desktop of your computer. A web link of the playlist then will be generated on your desktop. 2. Log out of your old account and log in with new Spotify account. 3. Drag and drop the links to the Spotify client, the playlist should show up on the page. And you can click the Heart icon to save it to your library. 2. View Old Account Profile Before you try this way, make sure that every playlist on your old account is public. 1. Log in with new Spotify account, and search for the user profile of your old account. 2. Click public playlists, then right-click on the playlists and click Save to Your Library. Then the playlists on your old account can be all saved on the new one. 3. Copy from Web Player In this example, you can log into both your accounts on one computer. Before you get started, make sure that you log in to your old account on Spotify web page and new account on the desktop app. 1. On Spotify web page, right-click the playlist name > Share > Copy Playlist Link. 2. On the Spotify desktop app, paste the link on the search bar. 3. Click the Heart icon to save the playlist to your library. 4. Use SpotMyBackup You can use this online tool to backup playlists on your old account and import them to the new one: 1. Open your browser and type in spotmybackup.com. 2. Click Login with Spotify with your old account. 3. Click Agree, then the tool will start backing up your playlists. 4. After it finishes, click Export. Then you can download the JSON file to your computer. 5. Log out of the old account and log in with the new one on SpotMyBackup. 6. Click IMPORT, and add the JSON file. Then all the playlists will be restored on your new account. Download Spotify Playlists without Having to Transfer to Another Account Ways listed above all work to transfer Spotify playlist from one account to another. But to be able to play these songs unlimitedly, you’ll have to pay for the Premium plan. With TunesKit Spotify Music Converter, you can download all your Spotify songs to your computer without Premium. And then you can play them on any media player, there’s actually no need to switch to another account to play playlists from your old account. TunesKit Spotify Music Converter is designed to convert Spotify audio files into 6 different formats such as MP3, AAC, M4A, M4B, WAV and FLAC. Almost 100% of the original song quality will be kept after converting process. With 5X faster speed, it only takes few seconds to download each song from Spotify. 1 Launch TunesKit and Import Songs from Spotify Open TunesKit software and the Spotify will be launched simultaneously. Then drag and drop tracks from Spotify into the TunesKit interface. 2 Set Up Output Parameters After adding music tracks from Spotify to TunesKit, you can choose the output audio format. There’re six options including MP3, M4A, M4B, AAC, WAV and FLAC. And then you can adjust the audio quality by selecting the output channel, bit rate, and sample rate. 3 Start the Conversion Once all the setting is finished, click the “Convert” button to start loading Spotify music tracks. After the conversion, all the files will be saved to your specified folder. You could browse all the converted songs by clicking “Converted” and navigate to the output folder. 4 Play All the Spotify Songs You Love Offline After downloading Spotify songs to your computer, you can now play them on a media player without Spotify. So now you don’t even have to transfer Spotify playlist to another account to play these playlists, and it’s totally free without Premium.