During today’s streaming event, ViacomCBS finally answered a question we’ve all been asking since the rebranding was announced: how much will Paramount+ cost? A subscription will cost $4.99 with ads or $9.99 without ads. However, there are a few things to note about the new pricing.
First up, the $4.99 price point is lower than the current CBS All Access pricing at $5.99, though the ad-free price of $9.99 will stay the same. The $4.99 tier for Paramount+ will not go live until June. Until then, the service will keep its $5.99 plan.
When the $4.99 tier goes into effect over the summer, you’ll get live sports, CBSN and CBS News on demand, plus thousands of TV episodes, movies, and CBS content on demand. You’ll need the $9.99 “premium” plan to get additional CBS sports, live CBS news, and your live CBS station.
Sign up for a CBS All Access annual plan today and for a limited time, you’ll get 50% off of your first year. Use the code PARAMOUNTPLUS at checkout. This offer expires at 11:59 pm on March 4, before CBS All Access rebrands to Paramount+, so act fast to get the deal.
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