- Apple has started selling an exclusive CBS All Access and Showtime bundle this week for $9.99/month to all
Apple TV+ subscribers in the US.
- The CBS All Access Commercial Free plan usually costs $9.99/month and a subscription to Showtime costs $10.99/month, which means you’ll save at least $11/month.
- Apple is still giving customers who purchase a new iPhone, iPad,
Apple TV, Mac, or iPod touch one year of Apple TV+ for free.
From now on, all US
The bundle includes the CBS All Access Commercial Free plan, which retails for $9.99/month, and Showtime, which typically costs $10.99/month. Without the bundle, all three subscriptions would cost $26/month, which means you will be saving $11 every month, or $16 if you got
Ahead of its planned rebranding in 2021, CBS All Access added thousands of TV episodes to its library this summer from channels such as BET, Comedy Central, Nickelodeon, and MTV. As of late last month, CBS All Access now has every episode of SpongeBob SquarePants, Avatar: The Last Airbender, Reno 911!, Chappelle’s Show, Single Ladies, Laguna Beach, and more. In all, the service has over 20,000 TV show episodes and movies, and ViacomCBS says that it plans to bump that number over 30,000 by the time the rebranding takes place next year.
Showtime has had a string of original hits in recent years as well, all of which are included with the subscription, such as Billions, Ray Donovan, Homeland, Black Monday, The Chi, Shameless, and Kidding.