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It's the last day to save 50% on your first year of streaming at CBS All Access

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This popular deal ends tonight.

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The market for streaming services is certainly crowded these days, but another one is about to expand its ranks in a whole new way! As of tomorrow, March 4, CBS All Access, will become Paramount+, adding a plethora of new content for its customers. To make sure you don’t miss out on a single show, movie and more, you’ll want to make sure you sign up for the service’s All Access annual plans before today, March 3, at 6:59 p.m. EST—especially since it’s at a 50% discount, with the first week free!

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To get the deal, you’ll want to head to this page, then click the box beneath the pricing that says “Save over 15% off the monthly price with an annual plan.” You can then choose between a limited commercial plan ($59.99 per year) or one that’s commercial-free ($99.99 per year). From there, new customers will be able to use coupon code PARAMOUNTPLUS at checkout to saving 50%, whittling these annual costs down to $30 and $50 for the two annual plans, respectively. That shakes out to roughly $2.50 to $5 per month, which is a huge savings from the current monthly rates of $5.99 to $9.99 per month for ad-supported or ad-free viewing! Note that your promotional code will not work at checkout without marking the aforementioned 15% off box off.

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You’ll get to start with a free seven-day trial prior to payment, giving you access to a large collection of both new and classic CBS shows, such as Criminal Minds, NCISThe Good Fight and tons of Star Trek content right away. 

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Your plan will automatically switch to Paramount+ on March 4, however, so not only will you be able to stream content from the vast libraries of CBS, you’ll have Viacom and Paramount film studio content, to choose from, too. 

While we noted that CBS’ standalone service was a bit limited outside the CBS library (and also lacking in 4K content), the acquisition of Paramount and Viacom properties should surely to help sweeten the pot and help this service to become a fierce competitor in the streaming market. Secure an insanely low price to enjoy a seamless—and affordable!—transition ahead of the switch-over. 

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