But it's free for two weeks, so you might as well try it
YouTube gives you a 14-day free trial of YouTube Red when you sign up, so give it a test drive without shelling out a cent, then decide whether it's worth your 10 bucks a month. For my part, after playing around with it for a day I can say that the slick interface and Offline Mixtape feature were genuinely impressive, but not enough to make up for the lack of playlists. For now, I'm sticking to Spotify.
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Joe McGauley is a senior writer for Thrillist who would be woefully lost without his library of playlists.