Enjoy Apple TV+ free for 3 months from Best Buy


Enjoy Apple TV+ free for 3 months from Best Buy
You could watch all these shows for the low, low price of $0.
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The best way to make Apple TV+ better is to make it free. And that’s exactly the deal Best Buy is offering right now: three months of Apple’s streaming service for $0.

If you want to try Severance after the psychological thriller scored 14 Emmy nominations, you probably won’t get a better chance.

It’s hard to beat free Apple TV+

Apple’s streaming service offers a growing catalog of content that racked up an impressive collection of awards and nominations. And it’s watchable on a wide variety of devices, including Roku and Amazon Fire.

Those who would like to try Apple TV+, or give it another try, can pick up a free three-month trial subscription from Best Buy. (Sorry current subscribers, this deal isn’t isn’t for you. It’s clearly labeled “new or returning subscribers only.”)

After three months the subscription automatically continues at $4.99 per month unless it’s canceled. But once you watch the films and series on Apple TV+ you might be happy to pay.

After signing up for the trial, those who have an Apple Card can get three more months free.

There’s a lot to like

It might shock some viewers, but there’s more on Apple TV+ than just Ted Lasso. Sure, the third and last season is coming fairly soon and Ted and his coworkers earned a whopping 20 Emmy nominations, but there are other shows.

Severance‘s many nominations already came up, but also up for Emmys this year are Schmigadoon! (four), The Morning Show (three) and The Problem With Jon Stewart (two). And Apple TV+ also has more dramas, thrillers, comedies, sci-fi, documentaries and kids shows.

Get the deal: Best Buy


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