Daisuki Offering Premium Service

Saturday, July 9th, 2016

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Streaming service Daisuki has announced that it will begin to offer a premium service. The premium service will cost $5 a month and will simulcast new episodes for shows such as Love Live! Sunshine, Tales of Zestiria the X, Planetarian, and a few others. There will also be exclusives for premium members. Right now until the end of August these will be Gundam Wing, the two Gundam Seed series, Magical Sisters Yoyo & Nene, and Round Vernian Vifam. Currently if you take part in the premium membership, you will get a 4 week trial instead of the usual 2 week.

So with all the different streaming services out there, are any of you interested in Daisuki’s premium membership?

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  • Paychi

    If the fun police crack down on places like nyaa and the big sub groups I might join Daisuki. I actually paid for some of Unicorn and Gundam Origin from them. I like ’em.

    • Andrea Hubbard

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  • azariosays

    ah they got sunshine!

  • Solbasa

    I think it’s stupid that this is a premium service, yet they still play ads before episodes, when that’s what we’re paying to get rid of

  • Tom

    They kind of jumped the gun on this and miscalculated the fanbase. Almost nobody in Western countries accepts ads for premium subscriptions and I doubt many will pay $5 a month for the very limited library.