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Paramount+ is hoping to score big with sports fans and cord-cutters with its fall deal to kick off the NFL season. Formerly ViacomCBS, the Paramount Global-owned streaming service is offering 50 percent off both of its packages through Sept. 20 — so there’s still time to get the discount before the Sept. 10 game between the Philadelphia Eagles and the New England Patriots.
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The limited-time deal applies to new annual subscribers of the ad-supported Paramount+ Essential tier or the ad-free Paramount+ with Showtime bundle, which normally cost $5 and $12 per month (or $60 and $120 annually), respectively. Those who bill annually already save 16 percent at the regular pricing, and the promo brings the subscription cost down to $2.50 to $5 monthly or $30 to $60 per year.
Paramount+ Subscription (50% off)
Both packages offer a free seven-day trial and include live NFL games and Champions League soccer (among other sports) on CBS; tens of thousands of TV episodes and movies, including the Indiana Jones franchise, Top Gun, Sonic the Hedgehog 2 and The Lost City; Paramount+ original shows such as the Yellowstone prequel series 1883, all of the South Park specials, Star Trek: Strange New Worlds, Picard, The Godfather-inspired series The Offer, video game-inspired show Halo, RuPaul Drag Race All Stars and more; and content from BET, Comedy Central, MTV, Nickelodeon and the Smithsonian Channel.
However, only the Paramount+ with Showtime plan lets subscribers enjoy an ad-free experience on most content, stream their local CBS station live and download select shows and movies to watch later. Subscribers can stream on up to three devices and create profiles for other household members. The deal doesn’t apply to the Paramount+ channel on Amazon Prime Video.
Save 50 percent off Paramount+’s Essential package or the Showtime bundle when you sign up online through Sept. 20 here.
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