How much is TIDAL monthly?

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TIDAL music streaming app offers sleek and sophisticated streaming in high quality audio. Interested? Here’s how much TIDAL costs per month.

Does TIDAL cost money? The platform is aimed at music lovers who want to experience high-quality audio when they stream music online. There’s no free version of TIDAL, unlike Spotify or YouTube Music which offer music streaming for free with advertising.

TIDAL has several subscription tiers and a Family option, and they all offer the same music catalogue, offline play, playlists and music videos.

The cost of TIDAL varies depending on where in the world you are. In the US, the tier begins with Premium, which is $9.99 USD per month. That gets you standard playback quality (320 Kbps).

The HiFi tier is $19.99 per month. A big jump from the standard membership, but an attractive option for fans of high-quality audio – you get lossless High Fidelity CD-quality sound and the highest quality Master Quality audio. HiFi also includes the immersive audio experiences of Dolby Atmos and 360 Reality Audio.

Then there are two Family memberships – Family Premium, $14.99 for standard audio, for up to six family members (including you). Family HiFi gives you all the benefits of the higher audio quality and audio extras for six of your household, for £29.99 per month.

In the US, TIDAL also offers discounted plans for eligible Students ($4.99 or $9.99 for HiFi), and Military and Community Heroes discounts ($5.99 or HiFi for $11.99).

There’s no rush – before you make a decision, you can sign up for a free trial of TIDAL. Right now you can get three months of Premium or HiFi standard or Family memberships for free.


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