Samsung Smart TV owners can get three months of Apple TV + free

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In the US, Apple TV+ costs $4.99 per month (after a seven-day trial). The company does, however, offer three months free with the purchase of an eligible Apple device or 30 days with an Apple One bundle. That’s down from the one year Apple offered when it first launched its streaming service, but as it added more noteworthy content like Severance, Cupertino moved to lock in paying subscribers a lot earlier.

Customers with models from 2018 to 22 who qualify can receive three months of free streaming. There is currently a three-month free trial offer available for Apple TV+ for Samsung Smart TV owners who have been debating whether to add another streaming service. Up through November 28th, qualified customers with 2018–22 models can sign up to watch a variety of shows, including Major League Baseball, CODA, the Emmy Award–winning Ted Lasso, and many others (Opens in a new window). Open the Apple TV app on your smart TV and follow the on-screen instructions to access the offer(Opens in a new window).


  • Samsung Smart TVs, meanwhile, support an array of streaming apps like Netflix, Prime Video, Disney+, Apple Music, YouTube, and Spotify. Don’t have a Samsung Smart TV? The manufacturer is offering various styles and sizes at a discounted price(Opens in a new window)—from The Frame QLED 4K Smart TV (2021), on sale for $499.99 ($100 off the $599.99 MSRP), to the Terrace Full Sun Outdoor QLED 4K Smart TV, available for $3,000 off the $12,999.99 retail cost.

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