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I just noticed it now because it shows as seperate charges on my credit card. One charge for Spotify for $14.99 and one charge from iTunes from $12.99
Chatted with Spotify from 8:50am to 10:06am before I gave up. They will not help. and are deliberately deceptive.
They tell me I need to get the merchant reference number starting with a P0 from apple to see if I am double billed. Guess what, Apple doesn't have a merchant reference number. Spotify will then refer you to a "Specialty team" who just sends a boiler plate email with no contact number to get back to you.
I am disputing my charge with my credit card company and cancelling my spotify account immediately because of the frustration.
And it is a shame, I have been with spotify since the beginning, l like the service. But when a company pulls something like this and doesn't offer any help, not even a credit, then that is a sign the company just doesn't care about its customers.