For a limited time, new Paramount+ subscribers can join the streaming service for 50% off their first year of membership when they sign up for one of the Paramount+ annual plans and use promo code SPORTS at checkout. The deal is available until September 20.
With this promotion, new members can pay just $30 for a full year of Paramount+ Essentials (normally $60/year), or $60 for Paramount+ with Showtime (normally $120/year). Paramount+ annual plans save you money compared to paying monthly for a full year, and this deal makes the yearly memberships even cheaper. For example, while you’re paying $30 upfront for Paramount+ Essentials, that works out to just $2.50 per month, which is much cheaper than the $6/month options. Alternatively, you’re getting Paramount+ and Showtime for only $5/month with this deal.
By using this deal, you’ll forego the usual seven-day trial period and will have to pay the discounted annual price upfront–but considering you’re getting 50% off the normal price, losing out on the free week isn’t a huge loss. Note that your plan will switch over to the full annual price after your promotional year is over unless you cancel beforehand. Existing and returning members are not eligible for this deal–though it’s possible lapsed subscribers could create a brand-new account to get the deal.
This half-off deal comes at the perfect time as a bunch of great content is coming to Paramount+ over the coming months, including Survivor Season 45 and Amazing Race Season 35 starting September 27–which you can watch live as new episode air with your subscription–plus new movies like Pet Sematary: Bloodlines on October 6 and Goodburger 2 later in November. The new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem is also slated to join Paramount+ after its theatrical run.
Of course, the SPORTS promo code is timely with the 2023 NFL and college football seasons starting up. Paramount+ lets you stream live games from your local CBS affiliate, so this is a cheap way to watch the upcoming action on the gridiron.
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