How to get Paramount Plus free for 30 days to watch The Family Stallone season 2 [Update]

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Update April 9 at 12:39 p.m. ET: The 30-days of Paramount Plus free coupon code expired. However, you can get Paramount Plus free for 7-days  — no coupon required. 

You can get Paramount Plus free for 30 days to watch The Family Stallone season 2 and other hit TV shows and movies. Paramount Plus is one of the best-streaming services around and has a massive selection of movies and TV shows. If you're on the fence, you can try Paramount Plus free for 30 days when you apply the latest working Paramount Plus coupon code at checkout. 

Our step-by-step guide will show you how to get Paramount Plus free for 30 days to watch The Family Stallone season 2 You'll also get to enjoy other Paramount Plus originals and popular shows like the Sylvester Stallone starrer, Tulsa King as well as Halo. Lawmen: Bass Reeves, Frasier, and Special Ops: Lioness — all for free. 

Start enjoying your free Paramount Plus 30-day trial via coupon, "STALLONE" in just a few easy steps. When your trial ends, if you decide to continue the service, you'll be billed $5.99 a month for Paramount Plus Essential or $11.99 monthly for the semi-ad-free Paramount Plus with Showtime plan. This is one of the best trials for watching free live TV, shows and movies. New subscribers with a valid e-mail address are eligible for this offer. 

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Get Paramount Plus free for 30-days when you apply coupon, "STALLONE" at checkout. To get this deal, you must be a new subscriber and have a valid email address. Paramount Plus includes access to thousands of TV shows and movies, NFL on CBS live, top soccer games, limited ads, CBSN 24/7 live news, and more. You will not be charged if you cancel your plan before your trial ends. There's no risk since you cancel your plan at any time. 

Paramount Plus is worth considering if you want to switch from cable and makes a great gift for any occasion. Subscribers can watch movies, TV shows and live TV on up to three devices. It works with Android and iOS, PlayStation, Xbox, Chromecast, Fire TV and more.

Paramount Plus offers two tiers of service plans. The base tier, Paramount Plus Essential costs $5.99/mo. or $59.99 a year ($5/mo.). This plan includes thousands of TV shows and movies, NFL on CBS live, top soccer games, limited ads, and CBSN 24/7 live news. The upper tier, Paramount Plus with Showtime is priced at $11.99/mo. or $119.99 annually ($10/mo.). You get everything in the base tier plus more live sports, no ads (except for live TV and some shows), your local CBS live channel, and download functionality.

Securing yourself a Paramount Plus 30-day free trial is a simple three step process. First, choose your preferred plan from the Paramount Plus Pick Your Plan page. Next, enter coupon, "STALLONE" in the "Have a coupon code?" drop down menu on the Payment Method page. The Paramount Plus free trial offer will then change from 1 week to 1 month. Enter your first and last name, billing address and credit card or PayPal payment information. 

You will not be charged if you cancel your plan before your trial ends. If you decide to keep Paramount Plus, you will be automatically billed after your trial ends. You may cancel your Paramount Plus plan at any time, so there's no risk. 

So if you want to ditch your cable company for a streaming service, try 30 days or Paramount Plus for free. 

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