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Apple Offers CBS All Access and Showtime Bundle for Apple TV+ Subscribers

If you subscribe to Apple’s original content via Apple TV+, you can now purchase a bundle of CBS All Access and Showtime for $9.99 per month, about half the usual cost for the two streaming video services. To take advantage of the deal, you must sign up through Apple TV Channels in the Apple TV app.

To sign up, load the Watch Now screen of the Apple TV app on Apple TV, iOS, or macOS 10.15 Catalina. Scroll down and you should see an ad for the deal. You can try the service for free for 7 days.

The bundle in the iOS app

The move comes among rumors of Apple creating more service bundles alongside the next iPhone release. Who knows which of the rumors will pan out in the end, but it seems clear that Apple is continuing to focus on ways of increasing revenue in its Services division.

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Comments About Apple Offers CBS All Access and Showtime Bundle for Apple TV+ Subscribers

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  1. Not available to Australian subscribers, unfortunately :disappointed_relieved:

  2. Because the Apple announcement is vague on certain points, here’s some extra information that may help other TidBITS readers.

    I got a complimentary 1 year Apple TV+ subscription when Apple replaced my swollen battery iPhone last Fall, and I currently subscribe to CBS All Access. Turns out, this combination made me eligible to add the Showtime channel to CBS All Access at no extra charge. Just had to accept the Free Trial offer on the Showtime channel in the TV app to do it.

  3. This is pretty good, we subscribe to CBS All Access ad-free when certain series are running then we come off. Looking forward to more bundles…

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