Cancel the reoccurring payments following the sign-up to prevent future subscription payments after the trial ends, or perhaps a single-use/temporary card like what Zip offers? Alternatively, pay 23.99/M for Standard Hi-Fi or 35.99/M Family Hi-Fi.
EDIT: The VPN trick works with Tidal. Sign up with an Argentina location for 2.03/M Standard Hi-Fi or 3.14/M Family Hi-Fi.
I'm unsure of how the family account works, so I'm going to signup using a new account, then investigate inviting my previous Tidal account into that family to share the benefits.
If I'm unable to get these benefits on my preferred Tidal account, I highly recommend using the service soundiiz.
It allows for easy migration of tracks and playlists from one streaming service to another. The paid version of soundiiz is not necessary, it just makes the process a bit quicker and more convenient when trying to move or sync playlists.
The free version to my memory doesn't like to copy entire playlists, although you can get around that by selecting all the songs within the playlist and then migrating that into a new playlist on another platform, or activating the sync process(one active sync for free version), so delete the active sync after it does a copy.
This service doesn't let you have two different Tidal accounts logged in simultaneously, so you'll have to sign in with your original Tidal within your soundiiz account, transfer the playlists and liked songs to something like Spotify or Deezer, then sign out of Tidal on soundiiz and in again on the new 90-day one to be able to send/receive your Tidal catalogue to the new one.
For users looking to use the service permanently, it appears from the below commenters that the VPN trick works, I haven't personally verified the lowest prices myself yet.
Approximately $3 with Argentina VPN
Approximately $4 with Turkish VPN
A couple of users have reported that Tidal doesn't always respect a cancellation of reoccurring payments, I have never had an issue with payments over a few trials and a legitimate use with an account, however, due to the mention of this problem by more than one user, I recommend that users prioritize cancelling their Tidal authorization from the PayPal side of things to be safe. It'll be in the area where all of your other subscriptions are located. (I forget the navigation queues off the top of my head)
I hope this additional information helped, I'll update the second, fourth and fifth paragraphs once I've had time to investigate on a PC later today.