When is Spotify Wrapped 2023 Release Date

If you want to know when the release date of Spotify Wrapped 2023 is going to be, welp, you’re far from the only one. Many, many people can’t wait to post their yearly listening history for… bragging rights, I guess? I don’t know, but that’s beside the point. In this guide, we will discuss when Spotify Wrapped 2023 is coming out, when it stops counting, and more.

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When is Spotify Wrapped 2023 Release Date

When is Spotify Wrapped 2023 Coming Out?

As has been the case from the start, we don’t know the exact release date of Spotify Wrapped 2023, but we can make an educated guess on when it is coming out. Based on previous years, Wrapped 2023 will “launch” either in early December or very late November. We have seen it come out on December 6th, December 5th, December 2nd, December 1st and November 30th. It’s interesting that the date keeps moving earlier year after year. Will the trend continue in the future? We’ll have to wait and see. Keep an eye out on the Spotify website (and the app itself) to see your Wrapped whenever it does come out.

When Does Spotify Wrapped Stop Counting 2023?

Okay, that’s basically all on the release date of Spotify Wrapped 2023, but when does it stop counting? As far as I know, the app begins tracking your yearly activity on January 1st and stops on October 31st. So, whatever you listen to from November 1st to December 31st doesn’t really count. At least, that’s the information I have. If I’m wrong, please let me know in the comments. Personally, I don’t particularly care about these end-of-the-year wrap-ups platforms insist on doing, but if there’s a chance I’ll find some good new music through it, I’ll give Wrapped 2023 a look. The stats don’t interest me much.

How to Get Spotify Wrapped Stats?

Obviously, you are going to get your 2023 Spotify Wrapped stats when it releases on your app. But if you’re really chomping at the bit that bad, you can go to Stats for Spotify and log in using your Spotify account. There’s also Receptify which shows you your listening habits in the form of a receipt, which is neat and highly instagramable. Now, with that said, I don’t know what kind of data these two reap, so exercise some common sense. I’ll just say that uBlock wouldn’t let me open Receptify. Not that that should stop you if you don’t care who harvests your data.

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