Bundle Paramount+ and Showtime for $9.99 a month
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With the sheer volume of streaming subscriptions and streaming catalogues available, streaming and entertainment costs can add up quickly.To combat subscription fatigue, streaming services like Disney+, ESPN and Hulu offer subscription bundles to help users save money, and now ViacomCBS is offering up similar model in the form of a Paramount+ and SHOWTIME bundle.
From now until Monday, October 18, you can bundle Paramount+ and SHOWTIME for as low as $9.99/month.
There are two version of the bundle:
- The Essential, which offers access to the ad-enabled tier of Paramount+ and the full SHOWTIME subscription for $9.99/month.
- The Premium, which upgrades to the ad-free tier of Paramount+ and the full SHOWTIME subscription for $12.99/month.
With the Essential bundle, you'll save $5.99/month on the cost of ad-supported viewing from Paramount+ and SHOWTIME, and with the Premium, you'll save $7.99/month on ad-free viewing—**your first seven days of either version of the bundle are free**. You can save even more by paying annually: A year of the Essential plan is $99.99 (a savings of $19.89 even over the reduced sale price) and a year of the Premium plan is $129.99 (a total savings of $25.89 from the already-reduced bundle price).
Within Paramount+'s relatively new roundup of films and series you can find past and current CBS series and Paramount films, as well as shows and films from Nickelodeon, MTV, Comedy Central and more. That means you can catch up on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert or Love Island while you're in the middle of a rewatch of classic series like The Real World, Avatar: The Last Airbender, The Good Wife and more. Paramount+ also has its own original series like Evil, the reboot of iCarly and Star Trek: Picard.
SHOWTIME is also home to a huge range of films and television series, from shows like Ziwe, Bilions, The L Word, Desus and Mero and Penny Dreadful to films like American Psycho, 21 Bridges, 1917, Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark and many more. Both platforms are adding new films and series constantly, so between the two services, you're unlikely to run out of options. You can also tack live news from CBS and download capabilities onto the bundle if you go with the Premium version.
Whichever bundle you choose, there are serious savings to be had; sign up today to start watching!
Prices were accurate at the time this article was published but may change over time.