If you’ve been looking to sign up for Paramount+, but wanted to get it for less, now is the time. Paramount+ has its Black Friday sale going on right now, which is 50% off of its annual plans.
The way that breaks down is, the Essential plan is now $24.99 for the first year. And the Premium plan is $49.99 for the first year. The main difference between the two is ad-free and downloads available on the Premium plan.
This is a great deal for those that want to check out the Star Trek original series, or any of the other originals that Paramount+ has available. Remember that Paramount+ owns the CBS and Viacom channels. That includes CBS, Comedy Central, MTV, VH1 and a few others. So there’s plenty of content here. And with the Essential plan, that comes out to about $2 per month. Or around $4 per month for the Premium plan. A really good deal here.
If you’re a cord-cutter, and also a football fan, then Paramount+ is a good option. As you’ll be able to watch the NFL on CBS live, instead of watching it later on, like some other services do. You also get 24/7 live news with CBS News, which is free anyways, but now it’s one less app to use. You’ll also get top soccer from the Champions League.
Some of the originals that Paramount+ has includes Tulsa King, 1883, Seal Team, The Good Fight, Ink Master, Evil, and many more. You’ll also see Paramount films on here. But new releases may not be available here. Top Gun: Maverick is a prime example of just that. It’s still not available to stream anywhere.
You can sign up for the 50% off Paramount+ annual plans by clicking here. This offer is available until November 27, so there’s not a lot of time to take advantage of this one.