Jennifer Vermeer | 

Paramount+ With Showtime Trial Offer: Get It Free for 7 Days

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Right now, you can try Paramount+ with Showtime for free for seven days. After that, you'll pay $11.99 per month for this bundle.

Some of our favorite shows to stream on Paramount+ include the newest season of Survivor, Lioness, 1883, and Mayor of Kingstown (new season coming this summer). But you can also stream kids' shows, sports, and more.

Not interested in Showtime? You can also sign up for a free 7-day trial of just Paramount Plus.

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How to get the deal:

  • Head to the website and click the "try it free" button.

  • Under the Paramount+ with Showtime plan, click the "continue with free trial" button.

  • Create an account.

  • Enter your billing information and complete the sign up. You will not be charged until after your 7-day trial offer ends.

What is Paramount Plus?

Paramount+ is a streaming service with a large library of TV shows, movies, and original content. It includes content from networks like CBS, MTV, Nickelodeon, and others. You can add Showtime to expand the offerings to include premium content like hit TV series, movies, documentaries, and sports programming from the Showtime network.

The fine print:


Bottom line cost: You won't pay anything for your the 7-day trial. After that, the cost is $11.99 per month for the bundle.

Do I need to cancel? Yes, this is a subscription service. You'll need to cancel before the end of your seven day trial if you don't want to continue using these services.

To do so, log in to your account and head to your account settings. From there, look for the option to manage your subscription or billing. Follow the instructions to cancel your subscription.

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