Tidal Music – 5 Months of Streaming Service for $5
Tidal Music is offering a fantastic rate to try out this streaming service for just $5 for 5 months for the Premium service – that’s just $1 a month! This plan is regularly $9.99/mo so this is a fantastic savings. Tidal is an artist-owned music streaming service & entertainment platform. It started in 2014.
This special promo rate is available thru Sunday January 12, 2020. No promo code needed to join at $5 for 5 months! This is for new subscribers only & limited to 1 per customer. You will need to enter your payment information as it will automatically renew once the 5 months is up, but you can cancel at any time.
Tidal Music has over 60 million tracks & 250,000 videos in their library, so you will have access to such a wide variety of music. You can create your own playlists or try one of their hand-curated playlists that are curated by music editors or sometimes even the artists themselves.
TIDAL’s Premium tier gives users unlimited music across multiple devices including smartphones, computers, and tablets, as well as access to exclusive TIDAL X events. TIDAL Premium subscribers can also create playlists and download songs to their devices for offline listening – all without intrusive advertisements.
What to Know about Tidal Music:
- Tidal is artist-owned not by a corporation
- Download without wifi with their online feature
- My Mix – A personalized mix of songs based on your listening history
- They offer two different type of streaming services – premium & high-fidelity sound quality
- Features original video series, podcasts, thousands of playlists curated by industry experts, exclusive content & more
TIDAL is artist-owned – the owners are Alicia Keys, Arcade Fire (Win Butler and Regine Chassagne), Beyoncé, Calvin Harris, Claudia Leitte, Clifford “T.I.” Harris, Coldplay, Daft Punk, Deadmau5, Jack White, Jason Aldean, J. Cole, Kanye West, Madonna, Nicki Minaj, Rihanna, Shawn “JAY Z” Carter, Damian Marley, Indochine, Lil Wayne, and Usher.
Have you tried Tidal – what did you think?