T-Mobile Tuesdays will offer free Tidal Premium and other entertainment deals in May

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Many people have been quarantining at home for a couple of months now, and after all that time their entertainment options may be drying up. T-Mobile wants to help.

T-Mo today announced several deals coming to T-Mobile Tuesdays in May designed to help keep you from being bored at home. They include 3 months of free Tidal Premium, which will be available to save in the T-Mobile Tuesdays app any time between May 19-27. You’ll then have to redeem the offer from Tidal by June 2.

Tidal is a music streaming service that includes more than 60 million songs as well as music videos, documentaries, live concert footage, and more. Normally priced at $9.99 per month, Tidal Premium gets you ad-free listening, HD music videos, personalized playlists, and “expertely curated editorial”.

Sprint has long offered a free Tidal subscription to customers with select plans. Now that T-Mobile and Sprint have merged, that partnership that Sprint had with Tidal is resulting in a deal for T-Mo customers as well.

Also coming to T-Mobile Tuesdays this month is a free $2 standard definition movie rental from FandangoNOW on May 12. The following week on May 19, T-Mo customers can get 30 days free access to Openfit, an online fitness service that offers at-home workouts. After those 30 days, your subscription will automatically renew at a price of $19.95 for a 60-day subscription.

Finally, on May 26 T-Mobile customers can get a $15 credit for Udemy, an online learning site.

Source: T-Mobile Tuesdays

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  • psychoace

    Getting the normal free trial of Tidal is hardly a benefit of the T-Mobile/Sprint merger.

    • JG

      Too bad they can’t keep the deals in place and merge them… All New T-Mobile customers get Tidal, Hulu and Netflix as part of their plan.

      (Doesn’t someone give some Google One storage away to? Or was that just a one-off special?)

    • Willie D

      Considering Sprint also offers a 6 month trial to Tidal for those on a plan without it free, a 3 month subscription seems pointless.

  • JG

    The following week on May 19, T-Mo customers can get 30 days free access to Openfit, an online fitness service that offers at-home workouts. After those 30 days.

    After those 30 days, … What happens?

    • info411man

      Free Burger King Whoppers will be back LOL

  • vrm

    Not sure tidal is such a useful service. The “premium” (CD quality) costs $20/mo. For $20, you can buy 15-20 songs of CD quality and play them anywhere, without relying on data. Phone, PC, Home Hi-fi, Car etc. For a year’s worth, you can have 200 songs ! These are yours forever and your favorite songs.

    I burned all my CDs to flac and play them on my home stereo, car, phone everywhere- much better sounding than mp3 or AAC.

  • Francisco Peña

    not putting money into Jay-Z and Beyonce’s pockets.

  • Adam

    Isn’t Tidel the service for musicians that believe the market created Spottily and Pandora too cheap? They believe their music is worth more than supply and demand dictates. I know how they feel, I’m thinking of selling my old car on Autotrader, because cars on Craigslist are too cheap.

  • the martian ambassador

    Already have paid subscriptions to SiriusXM streaming and LiveXLive (Slacker). Listening to Tidal with mobile data will get you to the data prioritization threshold pretty quickly.

  • I’ll try anything free once.

  • Jesse

    Tidal sucks. They focus heavily on Hip Hop which is heaven for Hip Hop fans. When I had a subscription, I would search the Rock Genre list and in the results I would see 80% rock and 20% Hip Hop. The same thing would happen with the Deep House music Genre. I’m like, what is it with this company. I then realize the creator of this service is Jay-Z.

    Right now I use Amazon Music HD. Very neutral in terms of Genre focusing.