How To Cancel Tidal

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Strike the Right Note—Cancel Tidal With DoNotPay

Tidal is a music, podcast, and video streaming service that offers unique original content with high-fidelity sound quality, as well as original video series. Its more than three million subscribers have access to over 60 million songs and about 250,000 high-quality videos. Even with such cool features, you might want to cancel your subscription, and you’re wondering if it’s easy. Read on and find out!

How To Unsubscribe From Tidal Manually

You can unsubscribe from Tidal on your own in three ways, do it via:

  • Website
  • App
  • Email

Canceling Tidal via the Website

To cancel your Tidal subscription online, follow these instructions:

  1. Log into your Tidal account
  2. Click on Subscription
  3. Select Cancel My Subscription
  4. Fill out a survey about why you’re canceling
  5. Confirm your cancellation

Canceling Tidal via their App

Follow the next few steps to cancel Tidal via their app:

  1. Sign in to your Tidal app
  2. Click on My Collection
  3. Tap on Settings
  4. Select Edit Profile
  5. Choose Manage Subscription
  6. Tap on Subscription
  7. Select Cancel Subscription
  8. Confirm your cancellation

Canceling Tidal via Email

In order to cancel Tidal via Email, you’ll need to:

  1. Write an email stating you want to cancel
  2. Send the email to

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How To Cancel Tidal With DoNotPay

Canceling Tidal yourself seems pretty straightforward, but if you want to delegate the task and spare yourself the trouble, we’ve got your back. DoNotPay is able to cancel your subscription for you in mere seconds. Open the app in your and follow the next simple steps:

  1. Sign in to your DoNotPay account
  2. Select Find Hidden Money
  3. Type in Tidal as the service you’re canceling

DoNotPay will cancel your subscription within 48 hours. As soon as your account is canceled, we’ll send you an email to tell you it’s done.

Does Tidal Free Trial Automatically Become a Paid Subscription?

Tidal offers a 30-day free trial for its new users, but after the trial period, the subscription turns into a paid one automatically. You’ll need to cancel your subscription before the 30-day period ends if you want to avoid being charged.

You can request a Tidal refund if you don’t cancel the service in time, or you can avoid this risk entirely by using DoNotPay’s virtual credit cards.

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Can You Pause Your Tidal Subscription?

Tidal doesn’t have the option of pausing your account. The silver lining is—you can always reactivate it and continue using it as if you’ve never canceled.

What Are The Best Alternatives to Tidal?

There is a variety of quality music services out there, check out some of the alternatives in the table below:





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