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I'll update this info since I have replaced my peeling spoiler. It was cheaper to replace it with a pre-painted from Ebay than to repaint the original.
There's a clip on either side. When the dealer installed mine, they drilled the holes for the clips all the way through the inner panel so I was able to shove a socket wrench over the clip to depress the tabs on either side. It's a pain in the ass.
If you remove your spoiler though, you'll be left with 6 ugly holes especially if whoever installed it used a dull screwdriver to make the holes. (Dealer didn't even paint up the cut edges, luckily no water got in there.)
2009 Mazda 6 GT in Sangria Red.