Paramount+ Black Friday: Free Month, No Obligation!

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Paramount+ is one of the best streaming deals around. For just $4.99/mo, you get access to its awesome library of ViacomCBS properties plus three live channels and a ton of live sports.

But this Black Friday period — now through Cyber Monday (Nov 29), Paramount+ is offering a month-long free trial. Normally, it’s just 7 days, but this 30-day trial gives you time to really get to know the system, all its content, and if it’s right for you.

30 Days of Paramount+ Free!

Why Get Paramount+

You may think of Paramount+ as just a channel streaming service. That may have been true back in the CBS All Access days. But Paramount+ has become so much more than that. To start, it offers shows from various channels:

It also comes with a vast film library including all 6 Mission: Impossible and all 13 Star Trek films. And it includes lots of exclusive content like The Twilight Zone (with Jordan Peele — but Paramount+ also includes the original).

And then there’s the live content:

  • Live NFL on CBS
  • Live UEFA Europa and Champions League soccer
  • Exclusive live channels: CBSN, CBS Sports HQ, and ET Live.

And if you go up to the Premium plan for $9.99/mo, you get ad-free streaming of on-demand shows and movies as well as the live stream of your local CBS affiliate.

Get Paramount+’s Black Friday Deal!

Paramount+ Black Friday Deal

This Black Friday through Cyber Monday (Nov 29), Paramount+ is offering 30 days free! There’s no obligation. Cancel and any time! We think you’ll be impressed — even if you aren’t a Trekie. But especially if you are!

This deal is active now! But it ends with Cyber Monday, November 29th. Don’t miss it!

Get 30 Days Free of Paramount+!

By Frank Moraes

Frank Moraes is a freelance writer specializing in technology, business, and film. You can see his writing on low-budget and "weird" film at Psychotronic Review -- and many other places.

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