Right now, Paramount+ is offering 50% off its annual subscription price. Now through March 3, new users who sign up for a yearly CBS All Access subscription will get it for half price for their first year, including when it transitions to Paramount+ on March 4.
To get the deal before the service rebrands, click here to go to the CBS All Access sign up page. Click Continue then choose an annual plan. (Be sure to click the box next to “Save over 15% OFF the monthly price with an annual plan!”) Create your CBS All Access account. Use the code PARAMOUNTPLUS when entering your payment information to get 50% off your subscription.
Paramount+’s subscription cost has still not been revealed yet, but ViacomCBS is expected to announce pricing and share more information about the rebranding during its Q4 earnings call on February 24. Right now, CBS All Access costs $9.99 per month without ads and $5.99 per month with ads. Since Paramount+ will have even more content, it’s likely it’s subscription rates can be up from there.
The company announced in September plans to rebrand CBS All Access to Paramount+. The streaming service will include content from the company’s portfolio, including broadcast, news, sports, and its popular entertainment brands, like MTV, BET, Comedy Central, CBS, Paramount Television Studios, Nickelodeon, and Smithsonian Channel. The service will also include movies from Paramount Pictures.
“The Paramount brand is known and loved all around the world, and is synonymous with great entertainment. It’s always brought people together, which makes it a perfect fit for a streaming service that’s uniquely positioned to do the same,” Josh Line, chief brand officer, ViacomCBS, said in the original announcement. “The Paramount+ streaming service will elevate ViacomCBS’ iconic family of brands.”