Get your music on: Tidal will be free for 12 days starting December 25

Tidal, one of the top subscription-based music and video streamingservices in the US(and not only) will be free to use starting on Christmas - but only for 12days. From December 25 through January 5, 2018, anyone will be able to activate apreview account on Tidal with just an email address (credit card informationnot required). The free preview account provides access to the full Tidal platform,including Hi-Fi and Premium services, new original content, livestreams, andeven ticket giveaways.  


It looks like this 12-day preview offer will be valid in all 52countries where Tidal (owned by Jay-Z and Sprint) is currently available. You can check out the company's website - via the second source link below - to see if the service is available in your region. 

During this promotion period, users will be able to access Tidal for free on their phones and tablets (via the official mobile app), aswell as on their PCs (via the desktop app, or the web player). Nice, huh?


sources: Press release, Tidal



5. w1000i

Posts: 251; Member since: Jul 22, 2015

Tidal has better (The best) HIFI-lossless- with MQA library.

3. Clars123

Posts: 1082; Member since: Mar 16, 2015

LOL. This was bound to happen, I love the artists in Tidals portfolio but Im not willing to pay for the service outside my Spotify subscription, just to access a couple of artists.

4. HansP

Posts: 542; Member since: Oct 16, 2011

Spotify consistently offers 90 day free premium trials, so, what does that say about Spotify? :) I've used both and they both have their upsides. Hopefully Spotify will get prices down on lossless streaming when they eventually go full live with their service one day, but until then Tidal do have the most complete library of any lossless service.

2. Nopers unregistered

Because they’ve already admitted they’re in deep s**t.

1. uzbek-mobile-man

Posts: 118; Member since: Sep 27, 2014


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