Get 6 months of Apple TV+ for free on PS5 before it’s too late
PS5 owners can get 6 months of Apple TV+, but the offer ends July 22
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😲 Get 6 months of Apple TV+ if you own a PS5
⌛ The offer ends July 22, likely before midnight
👍 You’ll save $29.94 and can cancel at anytime
If you’re a PS5 owner, you have until tomorrow (July 22) to redeem a six-month subscription to Apple TV+ for free.
The promotion launched in July last year and is available to new and existing subscribers unless you have an Apple One subscription. PS4 owners can also get three months of Apple TV+ for free.
To snag the six-month subscription, head to the ‘Media’ tab on your PS5, download the Apple TV app, and sign in with your Apple ID or create an Apple ID if you don’t already have one. On PS4, the process is the same, except you’ll have to go to the console’s ‘TV and Video’ section.
Apple TV+ has slowly curated a list of original must-watch shows, such as Ted Lasso, Severance, Prehistoric Planet, and Mythic Quest. If you’re curious about any of these shows or something else entirely, there’s honestly no reason not to sign up for the six-month free subscription. You’ll save $29.94 as Apple TV+ usually costs $4.99 monthly.
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The offer is available in a wide range of countries, and you can see the complete list by scrolling to the bottom of PlayStation’s website.
Just remember to cancel your subscription if you’ve watched everything that takes your fancy before your trial period runs out.
If you’re still struggling to find Sony’s console, check out our PS5 restock page for all the latest updates and exclusive insights on when the next PS5 stock drop will arrive.
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