DEAL ALERT: Get Full Year of Paramount+ for Just $24.99, Plus Fire TV Stick Lite for Free
If you want to watch UEFA Champions League, live NFL or college football, new Star Trek series, or the latest in the Taylor Sheridan Universe – you won’t want to miss this deal.
New Paramount+ customers can now get 50% off an annual plan, plus a free Fire Stick Lite (a $29.99 value) for free. That means you can get the streamer’s Essential Plan for just $24.99 or their Premium Plan for just $49.99, and get a brand new streaming device for free.
With this special deal, you can re-watch “Top Gun” or stream “Top Gun: Maverick” when it is released later this year, or catch recently released films like “The Lost City,” “Sonic the Hedgehog 2,” “Jackass Forever,” or “South Park: The Streaming Wars.” If you already wrapped up “Yellowstone,” you can now stream the western’s prequel series “1883,” which is only available on Paramount+.
How to Get a Free Month of Paramount+
- Click Here to activate the deal.
- You will get 50% off either the Essential or Premium annual plan plus a free Fire TV.
- The coupon will automatically apply (if not, use Code: UEFA50).
With Paramount+ you can watch:
- Your NFL on CBS games all season long.
- The SEC on CBS “Game of The Week.”
- Every Italian Serie A, UEFA Champions League, Europa League, and Conference League game.
- Your local CBS affiliate (with Premium Plan, which is included in this offer).
They also have popular movies “House of Gucci,” or family favorites “Clifford The Big Red Dog” and “Paw Patrol: The Movie” – all which are available on Paramount+, so you can stream them from your couch.
The streaming service includes TV shows and movies from channels like CBS, MTV, Nickelodeon, VH1, BET, and Smithsonian Channel, as well as Paramount+ original series like “Star Trek: Lower Decks.”
The service also recently added 1,000 new movies including “Candyman,” “Mission: Impossible — Ghost Protocol,” “Sonic the Hedgehog,” “Grease,” “A Quiet Place: Part II,” “Orphan: First Kill,” and more.
The Paramount+ ad-free tier includes access to your local CBS affiliate, which means you can watch NFL, College Football, College Basketball, and PGA Tour Golf. It is also now the exclusive home to Champions League soccer.
One of the more alluring points of Paramount Plus is the fact that it’s constantly getting additional content; the service will be expanding the company’s library to 30,000+ TV episodes and movies.
You’ll also be able to binge original series like “Star Trek: Picard,” “SEAL Team,” “Star Trek: Discovery,” “Evil,” “The Good Fight,” and more. You can see a full list of original series here.
How to Stream the new ‘Paramount+’ for Free
Stream Paramount+ originals, such as “Star Trek: Discovery” and “Monster High: The Movie” with a one-month free trial. Streamable content also includes live NFL games and on-demand access to 30,000+ TV show episodes.
Paramount+ is a subscription video streaming service that includes on-demand access to 40,000+ TV show episodes from BET, CBS, Comedy Central, MTV, Nickelodeon, Nick Jr. and more. The lineup includes “1883,” “Tulsa King,” “Star Trek: Discovery,” Nickelodeon’s “SpongeBob SquarePants,” and MTV’s “Laguna Beach.” From well-loved franchises to compelling originals, Paramount+ offers a great library worth streaming. Live NFL games are included. The service also offers the option to watch your live CBS affiliate.
Subscribers can choose between the Essentials Plan (which includes ads) for $4.99/month, or go commercial-free with the Premium Plan for $9.99/month. Subscribers can add Showtime to either plan for an additional fee.
With their Premium Plan, in addition to not having ads, you will also get access to your local CBS affiliate to stream your local news, prime-time lineup, and late-night. You will also be able to download offline and watch select shows in 4K.
With the lower cost “Essential” plan, you will still be able to watch live NFL games, Champions League, and national news – but you will no longer get your local CBS affiliate.
With their new app, enjoy advanced recommendations, curated homepages, and new content categories while still being able to stream major live sports like NFL, College Football, College Basketball. Sports fans will also appreciate the service’s inclusion of NFL on CBS, PGA Tour, along with every match of UEFA Champions League and Serie A.
The service was previously called CBS All Access.