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Tidal Free Music Streaming for 6 Months

AdriVelazquez 23 30 October 28, 2014 at 01:43 PM in Music (3)
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Last Edited by cricket702 October 28, 2014 at 03:50 PM
Apparently Tidal has a 6 month trial that they aren't advertising if you change the URL to below.

I'm going to use the magic words, but it's a mistake / error that they left that route open.

https://go.tidalhifi.com/us/reg/U...ptout/HIFI

So enjoy high quality music for the next 6 months.

Paypal even has the description as 6 months.

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Thank you for posting! I have given you reputation points.

I first read about TIDAL a few weeks ago in a DigitalTrends.com article [digitaltrends.com] and have been looking forward to testing it due to its offer of lossless audio tracks. I have also been following Deezer [deezer.com] news for some time, and am even subscribed to Deezer's waitlist, but Deezer hasn't quite made it to primetime yet.

I hope TIDAL takes off because it's about time that streaming music is of higher quality. I also am supporting TIDAL for other reasons, including the ability to stream music videos, a - supposedly, at least - team of expert curators, and multi-platform support.

The subscription fee is quite high at $19.99 a month, but TIDAL stated that some of the profits will go back to the artists in the form of royalties, which I would be happy to support.

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been waiting for this...thank you!!
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Wow... this is decent. Don't know if I could reason $19.99/mo; but I'm loving the quality for the free trial.
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The offer is NOT a "mistake" as the page clearly says "Try it out free for 6 months" but is rather a "unpublished" or "unknown" offer.
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Worked for me. Thanks!
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SD effect in 3...2...1... website down
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Quote from SpinDizzy View Post :
The offer is NOT a "mistake" as the page clearly says "Try it out free for 6 months" but is rather a "unpublished" or "unknown" offer.
Its definitely a mistake, web developer probably forgot to take down the route.
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would love to split the subscription with someone after the trial expires.
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No AMEX and PayPal makes me default to my checking account instead of my CC?
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Takes me to a 404 page now. Bummer...
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Quote from AdriVelazquez View Post :
Its definitely a mistake, web developer probably forgot to take down the route.
So you think different offers aren't made to different avenues? The service went live recently. How do you know for a fact that they don't have multiple offers lined up in the pipeline and/or those varying offers going out to different avenues? Oh yea, you don't.

Edit to add proof to my statement...

Quote from whoorwhomami View Post :
If you change the number in the url to 30, 60, 90 you can get trials for that length of time.
See, multiple offers already in the pipeline.
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Last edited by SpinDizzy October 28, 2014 at 02:34 PM
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Um....
"TIDAL HiFi
Your subscription will automatically renew 11/27/14. You will be charged $19.99."
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Error, now they're just going to get thousands of emails for free
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