The music streaming services has been amping up there game by offering discounts and even temporary free membership. Get them hooked, then shoot the prices, kidding. But like almost all the music apps out there, Tidal already offered military and student discounts. Now it’s offering a “Community Heroes” discount. These Discounts are for the first responders. They’ll be the recipients of a 40 percent discount off the premium and HiFi plans. Doing the math, this makes Premium $5.99 per month and HiFi worth $11.99 per month.

Tidal, announcing the discount, said on Twitter, “We’re celebrating those who take action on the front lines for #FirstRespondersMonth by launching our Community Heroes discount program.

First Responders in the US are now eligible to receive 40% off both premium & HiFi plans.”

To honor their service, the discount will be available to EMT, EMS, firefighters, and police officers. And for the freebies, you’ll have to confirm your eligibility like you have to do for other hefty discounts.

Here’s a list of discount shared by Tidal, look for the one you’re eligible for, and go for it… 

Premium – $9.99 a month with standard sound quality, high definition music videos, and expertly curated editorial.

HiFi – $19.99 a month with lossless High Fidelity sound quality, high definition music videos, and expertly curated editorial.

Family Premium – $14.99 a month including up to 5 additional family members totaling 6 on the account. Standard sound quality, high definition music videos, and expertly curated editorial

Family HiFi – $29.99 a month including up to 5 additional family members totaling 6 on the account. Lossless High Fidelity sound quality, high definition music videos, and expertly curated editorial.

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Prices vary depending on region and local currency for Premium, HiFi, and Family Plans.

Student Premium – $4.99 a month

Student HiFi – $9.99 a month

Must be able to confirm eligibility and reverify every 12 months. Not available in all regions.

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Military Premium – $5.99 a month

Military HiFi – $11.99 a month

Must be able to confirm eligibility. The US Only.

First Responder Premium – $5.99 a month

First Responder HiFi – $11.99 a month

Owing to the changes made this year, now you can pay with the Venmo app. And if you want, you can now stream Tidal on Amazon Echo devices or stream it on Roku. Now you can even share songs you like as Stories on Instagram and Facebook.

Harsh Vardhan

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