Nowadays, it seems like there are so many streaming platforms it’s hard to choose which ones you want to subscribe to and which ones to sacrifice. But with its latest bundle deal, Paramount+ is making it easier for you to access all your favorite shows without breaking your budget.
For a limited time, you can save 28 percent when you combine Paramount+ with Showtime. New subscribers will have access to a one-week free trial, after which you’ll start paying $12 per month for the Essential plan or $15 per month for the Premium plan. You can save more by choosing to be billed annually, which drops the monthly price for the Essential plan down to $10 per month, and $12.50 for Premium, respectively.
Whether you’ve been looking to cut your cable plan or catch up on trending shows, this bundle deal could be a great option. Avid sports fans looking to watch Super Bowl LVI can tune in on Sunday, February 13, through either the Essential or Premium Paramount+ plans. Both options offer 24/7 live television, access to NFL on CBS, a massive catalog of television shows and movies, and full access to Showtime’s shows (like the hit drama Yellowjackets), movies, and more.
You’ll also get to watch this year’s crop of Super Bowl commercials during the game, as it’s live television. However, if you want to avoid ads after the game when you’re streaming shows like Star Trek: Discovery and Picard, the Premium plan is ad-free, while the Essential option has limited ads. In addition, with Premium, you can download shows you want to watch later. You’ll also have access to top shows like The Late Show with Stephen Colbert and The Daily Show with Trevor Noah on the other networks on the Paramount+ platform, including CBS, Comedy Central, MTV, BET, Nickelodeon, and the Smithsonian Channel.
Check out the latest Paramount+ bundle deal with Showtime and save while enjoying more entertainment.
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