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How to get one free month of CBS All Access

The folks at ViacomCBS want to make sure viewers are getting the full benefits of streaming its content this summer.

CBS All Access has TV shows on-demand such as “Big Brother,” “Mom,” “Young Sheldon,” as well as other notable adult and kids shows such as “Jericho,” “Sam and Cat” and “Danny Phantom.”

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Additionally, users can stream their local CBS station live from the service, and stream CBSN and CBS Sports HQ too.

Right now, for both previous and current subscribers, you can get one full month of CBS All Access for free.

To do this, when in the payment info section of either making your account or modifying your account information, type in the code “MORE” in the promo code spot. Once that is done, users will be able to get a month of the service for free.

Users are able to subscribe to either the version with ads (regularly $5.99 a month) or the ad-free version (regularly $9.99 a month).

The expiration date for the promotional code is Sunday, Aug. 16, 2020.

CBS All Access is available to stream on the iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Apple TV and Mac.

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