Paramount Plus lands tomorrow and so you only have today to get 50% off

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March is here (somehow) and with it the much-anticipated launch of the new Paramount Plus streaming service. Thursday, March 4 is the date for your diaries, which means you only have a few hours left in which to bag a generous 50% off an annual subscription.

The service, which rebrands the existing CBS All Access streamer, will feature new originals and become the home to TV shows from the Star Trek franchise – like Strange New Worlds or Discovery season 4. Not to mention the obvious place to watch Frasier's return when America's favorite radio shrink hits screens again, and a platform to catch the best of CBS's live sports action without having to splash out on pricey cable.

You can sign up to Paramount Plus (currently still called CBS All Access) here. Then, using the offer code PARAMOUNTPLUS, you'll see 50% knocked off both the Limited Commercials plan ($30 from $60) and the No Commercials plan ($50 from $100).

We'll be reviewing Paramount Plus when it lands in the US, so if you want to wait and see what we think, it's worth keeping in mind. If you'd rather take advantage of this offer now, though...

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Enter code PARAMOUNTPLUS for 50% of the annual plan (Image credit: Future)

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Paramount Plus | From $60 $30 | Use code PARAMOUNTPLUSSave 50%

Paramount Plus | From $60 $30 | Use code PARAMOUNTPLUS
Save 50% on the new Paramount Plus service – a rebrand of CBS All Access. Note you'll be signing up to CBS All Access, and the service will change over on March 4. Click the box to select an annual subscription, log in with a CBS All Access account, enter the code (as shown below)... and start watching!

Adam Marshall

Adam was formerly the Content Director of Subscriptions and Services at Future, meaning that he oversaw many of the articles TechRadar produces about antivirus software, VPN, TV streaming, broadband and mobile phone contracts - from buying guides and deals news, to industry interest pieces and reviews. Adam has now dusted off his keyboard to write articles for the likes of TechRadar, T3 and Tom's Guide.