Get a free month of Paramount Plus for a limited time (even for new and existing members)

Get full access to Paramount+ catalog for one month at no additional cost
Jul 22, 2022, 5:03 PM UTC
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Get a FREE Month Of Paramount Plus For a Limited Time (Even for new and existing members)
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Want to watch “South Park: The Streaming Wars Part 2” for free? Then you’re at the right place, yes you can now watch South Park: The Streaming Wars Part 2 as well as other shows and movies on Paramount Plus at no additional cost, all that is free for one month, as long as you are not a current subscriber of Paramount+.

From now through July 28, 2022, all new and existing subscribers can get a free month of Paramount Plus when they use the promo code SOUTHPARK at checkout. Now you have full access to “South Park: The Streaming Wars Part 2” which was originally aired last week on the Paramount+ streaming service, as well you can enjoy popular shows and movies on Paramount+.

You must claim this free month of Paramount Plus before July 28, 2022, otherwise, you lose the free month of access to Paramount+ service, however, you can enjoy a 7-day free trial if you do not catch that offer.

Regularly, when you sign up for Paramount+, you get a 7-day free trial, but from now through Jul 28, 2022, you have the option to extend that 7-day free trial to a 1-month free trial and full access to Paramount Plus using promo code SOUTHPARK at checkout. And don’t forget to watch “South Park: The Streaming Wars Part 2” and other shows and movies such as Halo (Season 1 is finished now, and the series has already been renewed for season 2, read our article HERE), Sonic the Hedgehog 2: The Movie, The Lost City, Jackass Forever, Wrath of Man, and the new Scream.

Just in case, if you don’t have access to Paramount+ in your country

You can stream Paramount+ content from anywhere with the help of VPNs because Paramount+ streaming services are only available in several countries (Please see the updated countries list table on Wikipedia), that’s why we’re recommending using VPNs if you’re not able to access Paramount+ in your country.

And, there is great news for Indian fans, Paramount+ streaming services will be coming to India in 2023 anytime and will also come to 5 other countries in the same year (refer to the country table on Wikipedia). They also planning to launch the service in 19 countries scheduled in September 2022 and will add 4 more countries in December 2022, and in the Caribbean in late 2022.

3 Simple Ways to Stream or Browse Content Anonymously Anywhere from Any Location

Step #1: Subscribe or Download: Get our top choice VPN services on your devices and then get set up on your computer, smart TV, phone, tablet, or any other streaming device. Our Top Pick: We’re recommending you use top VPNs for streaming services, so we pick ExpressVPN (You get 3 free months when you sign up for an annual plan), NordVPN (It now shipped free anti-malware protection at no additional cost), Surfshark VPN (You get a top discount of 84% off on 2-year long-term subscription, plus, 2 free months), and Private Internet Access (You get 2 free months when you committed to 2 years long-term subscription, plus, free Boxcryptor for a year at no additional cost).

Step #2: Connecting to VPN Server: Once you choose any VPN from above, now you need to connect the VPN server to any location of your choice via their VPN app.

Step #3: Stream and Enjoy: Now, simply log in or sign up to your favorite streaming account or apps like Paramount+, Hulu, Netflix, Disney+, or HBO Max. Or, enjoy sports streaming via sports networks such as fuboTV, Sling TV, ESPN, or ESPN+ to securely browse or stream any content from any location without any restriction.

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