PS5 Owners Can Get Six Months of Apple TV+ For Free Right Now

Freebie Alert: PS5 owners can now get six months free Apple TV+, and it only takes a few minutes to set up.  

If this sounds interesting to you, this offer can be redeemed right now by PS5 owners at any point until July 22nd, 2022; that’s plenty of time to decide if you want to try out this subscription service and all you need is a PlayStation Network and an Apple ID.

If someone already has a current Apple TV+ free trial subscription, then they can still redeem this offer. However, it’s worth mentioning that if you’ve already subscribed to Apple TV+ through a bundle deal, you will not be eligible for this trial. So whatever you decide, make sure you are aware that it’s a six-month trial and it renews for £4.99/month.

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The app will have Apple Original series and films like the critical acclaimed Defending Jacob, starring Chris Evans, and the well-received comedy series Ted Lasso. If you’re looking for something a bit more lighthearted, many programs cater to families and kids, such as The Snoopy Show and Stillwater. Apple TV+ will also have new Apple original series and films every month, which can only be watched through the Apple TV app.

How to get free Apple TV on PS5

  • Find and download the Apple TV app onto your PS5. (If you’re having a hard time finding the app on your PS5 console, you can find the Apple TV app by looking under “All apps” in Media Home or using the PS5’s search bar.)
  • Open the Apple TV app and follow the on-screen instructions.
  • Sign in with your Apple ID or create an Apple ID if you don’t already have one.

Then you’re all set to sit back and watch six months of Apple TV+, at the cost of nothing.

Source: PlayStation Website

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