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New TIDAL Subscribers: 120 Days of Tidal Music Streaming Service

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TIDAL is offering New Subscribers: 120 Days of Tidal Music Streaming Service (Premium or HiFi) for $4. Thanks jimminychristmas

Note, your Tidal subscription will automatically renew at the standard monthly price for the plan you've chosen when the promotional period ends, unless canceled (manage your subscription here).
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Select either the Premium or HiFi plan using the tabs on Tidal's website. Offer for new users only.

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This is most likely for new users only, per the previous offers' terms

Sign up via this link [tidal.com]

It gives you the choice between Premium and HiFi streaming for one person

120 days for $4 and renewal at $9.99 or $19.99 for each tier, respectively, so don't forget to cancel before that, if you don't want to get charged


Looks like it's only for new subscribers:
based on this member's experience



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Don't use a regular credit card! They will randomly reactivate months after you cancel and refuse to refund your money.
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I did this 4 month trial of Tidal just to see if I can hear a big difference between Spotify. I have Sony WF-1000XM3 and the WH-1000XM3 cans and cannot tell a difference in sound quality. Additionally I have a home theater system and Aiwa Exos-9 Bluetooth speaker and also no noticeable difference. If someone has a track that's more noticeable can you please suggest it? I do listen to all types of genres but couldn't detect anything

As a side note, I absolutely love Spotify for their music Discovery. Tidal isn't even in the same class for music Discovery. Their recommendations seem to be based on what THEY want to push and not your music tastes. You can find most songs by manually searching for them but the difference is Spotify would lead you to those songs whereas Tidal could never. Just my experience.
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With all the unlimited data that's being given away for the next 2 months, might as well get HiFi
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Awesome. Thanks. Just got some sweet new speakers and I want to try to see if I can hear the difference between the Masters quality on here and very high on Spotify premium.
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With all the unlimited data that's being given away for the next 2 months, might as well get HiFi
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Can I download the FLAC files from tidal...?
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Can this be stacked on an existing membership? What if I cancel my prepaid 5 months and then try to join this?
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Tidal has the best sound quality. Will need this when my 5 for 5 expires. Choose HIfi if you have good headphones.
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Can I download the FLAC files from tidal...?
You can make the tracks available offline, but not download to use on other devices.
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You can make the tracks available offline, but not download to use on other devices.
Yeah, found out the hard way. The files are encrypted, so I have to use Tidal for offline usage.
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Can I download the FLAC files from tidal...?
Yes, FLAC which is the hifi or masters can be downloaded for offline use while you have the subscription active.
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Don't use a regular credit card! They will randomly reactivate months after you cancel and refuse to refund your money.
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Yes, FLAC which is the hifi or masters can be downloaded for offline use while you have the subscription active.
I subscribed to Hifi already. Kinda disappointed cause I wanted to share the (M) Kidz Bop 40 version of songs with my sister. The normal variants are usually inappropriate.
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I did this 4 month trial of Tidal just to see if I can hear a big difference between Spotify. I have Sony WF-1000XM3 and the WH-1000XM3 cans and cannot tell a difference in sound quality. Additionally I have a home theater system and Aiwa Exos-9 Bluetooth speaker and also no noticeable difference. If someone has a track that's more noticeable can you please suggest it? I do listen to all types of genres but couldn't detect anything

As a side note, I absolutely love Spotify for their music Discovery. Tidal isn't even in the same class for music Discovery. Their recommendations seem to be based on what THEY want to push and not your music tastes. You can find most songs by manually searching for them but the difference is Spotify would lead you to those songs whereas Tidal could never. Just my experience.
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I did this 4 month trial of Tidal just to see if I can hear a big difference between Spotify. I have Sony WF-1000XM3 and the WH-1000XM3 cans and cannot tell a difference in sound quality. Additionally I have a home theater system and Aiwa Exos-9 Bluetooth speaker and also no noticeable difference. If someone has a track that's more noticeable can you please suggest it? I do listen to all types of genres but couldn't detect anything

As a side note, I absolutely love Spotify for their music Discovery. Tidal isn't even in the same class for music Discovery. Their recommendations seem to be based on what THEY want to push and not your music tastes. You can find most songs by manually searching for them but the difference is Spotify would lead you to those songs whereas Tidal could never. Just my experience.
There recommendations are terrible! You're right it's just what they want to promote and have nothing to do with what you listen to.

Here is a song where you can hear the difference on a Master. Faith No More > Introduce Yourself Master (Album) We Care a Lot (Track).
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