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Paramount+ offering 25% off annual plan before Champions League

Paramount+ offering 25% off annual plan

In a deal that has flown under the radar, Paramount+ is offering 25% off its annual plan right before the Champions League returns.

An annual subscription to Paramount+ is usually $49.99. However, you can get twelve months of Paramount+ for $37.50 if you sign up before Monday, September 5. That’s just in time before the UEFA Champions League returns on Tuesday, September 6.

You can watch every single game of the Champions League on Paramount+. And per our report, CBS Sports are bringing back all the major talent as well as adding Ray Hudson to the crew.

Here’s how to get the Paramount+ special offer

Here are the steps to save 25% on an annual plan:

1. To get the savings, first activate the special offer. Then click the ‘Try It Free’ button, you’ll see the following page that explains the two choices you’ll find. Click ‘Continue’ to be presented with the options:

Details about Paramount+ offering 25% off annual plan

2. Choose between the ‘Limited Commercials’ or ‘Commercial Free’ option. If you want to save over 15% with an annual plan, click the checkbox. Then hit ‘Continue’ to move on.

Paramount+ offering 25% off annual plan

3. Next, you’ll need to create a free Paramount+ account:

4. Enter your contact details, and click ‘Continue’ to move to the next step.

5. The following page explains the free 7-day trial:

6. Enter your payment details. On the right, you’ll see a link for “Have a coupon code?”. Click that and enter promo code MORESPORTS — and then click ‘Start Paramount+’ to subscribe.

Paramount+ offering 25% off annual plan


Paramount+ features more than 2,400 live matches each year. In addition to every single game from the UEFA Champions League, the extensive portfolio of soccer properties also includes Serie A, Coppa Italia, UEFA Europa League, NWSL; The Women’s Cup; Concacaf national team competitions (Men’s World Cup Qualifiers, Women’s World Cup Qualifiers, Men’s Nations League, and Women’s Nations League); Argentina’s Liga Profesional de Fútbol; Brazil’s Campeonato Brasileirão Série A; and AFC competitions (AFC Asian Qualifiers – Road to Qatar, AFC Champions League, AFC Women’s Asian Cup and AFC Asian Cup).

Paramount+ includes exclusive original programs such as Evil, Star Trek Discovery, Star Trek Picard, The Good Fight, and The Stand, as well as movies including A Quiet Place Part II, Infinite and more. You can also stream CBSN (CBS News), CBS Sports HQ and ET Live, as well as — with the Premium Plan — your local CBS network.

Paramount+ is available on PC or Mac as well as Roku, iPhone and Android phones, Apple TV, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, PlayStation 4, Samsung smart TV, Vizio and XBOX One.

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  1. JD

    September 3, 2022 at 12:35 pm

    Has anyone got the correct link to this discount? The link within the piece isn’t offering the discounted price.

    • Christopher Harris

      September 3, 2022 at 1:11 pm

      It’s for residents in the United States only. When you get to the screen that asks for a promo code, enter MORESPORTS

      I used it this morning myself to get a 25% discount for the next 12 months, so it works.

      • JD

        September 3, 2022 at 1:28 pm

        Thanks Chris. My fault, I didn’t read that far down! It worked for me.

  2. Kate

    September 2, 2022 at 10:34 pm

    So what benefits do long time annual subscribers get? Hmmm

  3. jason

    September 2, 2022 at 12:54 pm

    I wonder if both Paramount and Peacock smell a chance with D+ going up. I wish I could take advantage of it. I have the kids factor that locks me into D+. Wife likes Hulu too.

    Might violate my pay for 1 streaming service at a time policy though if Peacock is $2 a month and I can get World Cup games. (dont care about commentary language). Its more of the World Cup and less the EPL that appeals me to Peacock right now.

    Paramount deal looks good. But timing is not right.

    • dave

      September 2, 2022 at 3:12 pm

      I wonder as well if P+ and Peacock see opportunity as a big competitor raises prices. Peacock has much lower paid subscriber numbers and may have greater need to experiment
      I tested Peacock for Spanish-language coverage of Chivas. It was solid, including pregame, game, and postgame. Peacock will reportedly carry the full World Cup live in Spanish. If that is all you need, perhaps sign-up November 20 for the monthly plan, cancel before December 20, and enjoy lawful, live access to Spanish coverage of all World Cup games for $5

      • jason

        September 2, 2022 at 5:37 pm

        Interesting points there. You are right no doubt! I dont speak a lick of spainish myself. So the the pre game stuff does not mean much. You got USMNT centered YT channels like 11 Yanks, Tactical Manager, Best Soccer Show, that will have pre game, half time and post game analysis covered. And I can watch the game on peacock…in theory. I will probalby lock in the $2 plan before Sept ends.

  4. dave

    September 2, 2022 at 10:13 am

    Interesting that Paramount+ are discounting. The Q2 2022 earnings release shows strong growth in Paramount+ subscriber numbers. Reading between the lines, P+ likely has higher ARPU than ESPN+ but lower ARPU than Hulu/Disney Bundle
    * 43 million paid subscribers to Paramount+, up ~4 million
    * 64 million global paid DTC subscribers, up ~1 million (up ~5 million ex-Russia)
    * $800 million per quarter of DTC subscription revenue (~$4 per DTC subscriber per month, likely higher for Paramount+/US)
    * $400 million of DTC advertising revenue (~$2 per DTC subscriber per month)
    * Operating loss for DTC of ~$450 million (~$1.8 billion annualized)
    * Operating profit for Linear of ~$1.4 billion (~$5.5 billion annualized)

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