Back in 2014, Tidal was an excellent music premium streaming service, but nowadays, in my eyes, the only good thing about their service is that you can unsubscribe at any time. But since then, way too many competitors have come to the spotlight like Spotify, Apple Music, or Amazon Music HD. And in my eyes, Tidal has no chance of competing with them. So I can completely understand why you what to cancel your Tidal paid subscription, or if you have signed up for a 30-day free trial, there are better companies out there. Follow this tutorial step by step, so you won’t get charged in the future for service that you don’t use!
For those of you who have to opt-in for a month’s trial from Sprint, don’t worry. You can cancel it too. A tutorial for this is at the end of the article.
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How to cancel Tidal subscription
Choose the Tutorial by the device on which you are using your Tidal subscription. I wrote separate tutorials for Android, iPhone, PC, and Mac. The smartphone app tutorial works both on iOS and Android, but only if you have paid within the app via Paypal or Credit card.
iPhone & Android Tutorial
If you have Tidal app on your smartphone, this tutorial is perfect for you.
- Launch Tidal app
- Sign in to your account
- Tap on the “My Collection” button
- Choose “Settings”
- Tap on “Edit Profile”
- Tap on “Manage Subscription”
- Tap on “Subscription”
- Tap on “Cancel Subscription”
This is how you cancel Tidal subscription on iPhone and Android phones via the app.
Apple Wallet/iTunes Tutorial
This method works only on iOS devices, so if you are using an iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad, this Tutorial is perfect for you.
- Open “Settings”
- Tap on “your name.”
- Tap on “Subscriptions” [ If you don’t see Subscriptions as a clickable option, go to iTunes, then click on Apple ID, then click on View Apple ID, then sign in and scroll down until youSubscriptionsptuons” and tap on it!
- Tap on Tidal subscription
- Tap on “Cancel Subscription”
- Now confirm that you want to unsubscribe!
Congratulations, you have successfully unsubscribed from this service if you have completed all of the steps above!
Have you signed up on Tidal through desktop pc or mac? Follow these instructions carefully to unsubscribe from your paid plan or free trial.
- Open your main browser
- Go to URL: my.tidal.com
- Log in
- Click on “Subscription”
- Click on “Cancel My Subscription”
- Just confirm the cancelation, and you are done!
Unfortunately, if you have signed up through Sprint when purchasing an unlimited plus plan. None of the tutorials above won’t work in your case. Since the subscriptions are “paid” by Sprint. You will have to cancel your subscription via the MySprint website, don’t worry. The Tutorial is relatively easy. Here is how you can do this:
- Open your main internet browser
- Go to URL:sprint.com
- Log in
- Choose your device
- Click on “Change my services.”
- Scroll down until you see TIdal
- Click on “Tidal”
- Click on “Unsubscribe”
Is it easy to cancel Tidal?
Yes, if you follow one of my tutorials, you can easily cancel your subscription in less than a minute. And yes, these tutorials also work for 30-day free trial accounts!
Can you cancel a subscription by deleting the app?
No, if you delete the app, the only thing that is going to happen is that you will get charged each month depending on your subscription plan until you cancel your subscription. Suppose you have already deleted the Tidal app from your phone. Follow my browser tutorial to cancel your plan.
Does Tidal give refunds?
If you live in the United States, I have awful news for you. You won’t receive any refund from this company. So please, if you have a subscription running, please go ahead and start canceling your subscription right now with one of my tutorials from this article.
If you live in the European Union or in the United Kingdom and you have a paid subscription plan, you can receive a full refund if you ask for a refund with in the first 14 days of your subscription plan. But only if you have not downloaded or streamed any of the Tidal app or website content.