CBS All Access will to become Paramount + and get more content while keeping all of its original shows. What we didn̵
The ad-supported tier is cheaper
CBS All Access is currently available in two tiers: an ad-supported option of $ 5.99 per month and an ad-free tier of $ 9.99 per month. Both levels will have access to live sports and news through local CBS stations.
With the switch to Paramount +, that changes somewhat. While the ad-free level of $ 9.99 will remain unchanged and gain access to more content, the ad-supported level (launched in June) will drop in price and features. It costs $ 4.99 per month and will not get local CBS news and sports, although it will pick up all new content from Paramount + offerings.
Let’s say you already subscribe to CBS All Access. In that case, you’ll automatically transition to the $ 9.99 Paramount + plan or stay grandfathered in the $ 5.99 CBS All Access plan with access to live local stations.
Get 50% off for a limited time
If you want to access the ad-supported subscription with live TV, you need to subscribe now. That level will soon disappear, and if you’re in a hurry, you can get a 50% discount on an annual subscription. Simply go to the CBS All Access sign-up page and create a new account. When you see it, check the box to ‘save 15% on annual accounts’. This is necessary to get the discount.
Then, during the final checkout stage, expand and enter the “coupon code” option
ParamountPlus in the box. That will subtract half the cost from the annual price, and you’ll be grandpa in the current plan. You pay for a year in advance, but that works out to $ 30 with this deal, so it’s a great way to go.
CBS All Access changes to Paramount + on March 4 for the ad-free level. The ad-supported level will arrive in June. The new lower price is a nice surprise as you get access to more content, but there will be a small loss of live TV. However, if you don’t want that, it doesn’t matter. And if you do, sign up now with the discount to get the best possible price.