- The easiest place to check if you have an active TIDAL subscription.
- Go to listen.TIDAL.com and then sign in.
- To view your subscription, click on the If you do not have an active subscription, please.
- Click on the subscription you wish to proceed with and enter your payment details.
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Tidal VS Spotify
If you did not receive a text or email from Best Buy thanking you for your offer, follow the steps in this article to see whether it was accepted. You may redeem the code by clicking “Activate Now” within that email or going to offer.TIDAL.com/BestBuy. After you’ve entered the code, you can establish or reactivate your TIDAL account. You will be notified by an email after your TIDAL account registration has been completed
70 million songs, ad-free with unlimited skips, offline play, personalized mixes and radio, high definition music videos, and unique content are all included with each subscription. Premium – $9.99 per month for standard sound quality (320 Kbps)
Make sure that your TIDAL software is up to date. Force-close and restart TIDAL. Delete any temporary files on your computer. Play the desired music on a different device or through TIDAL.com
If you don’t cancel your Tidal Premium subscription, then it will renew for either $9.99 or $14.99 per month, depending on whether you have the regular or premium version of Spotify. If you buy qualifying items with a yearly account, you’ll get 12 months of TIDAL Premium or HiFi for $79.99 and $119.99 each year respectively
TIDAL was developed by Norwegian firm Aspiro in 2014, and it was subsequently acquired by Jay-Z after his purchase of Aspiro under Project Panther Bidco Ltd in 2015. Other artists who have invested in the music streaming service include Beyoncé, Rihanna, Madonna, Nicki Minaj, and Alicia Keys.
Tidal costs $9.99 per month for the basic service and $19.99 per month for the premium service. What’s the difference? Only on the premium level does Tidal provide high-fidelity sound, which means you’ll be able to listen to CD-quality music using the Free Lossless Audio Codec or ‘FLAC.’