YouTube TV Offers a Three-Day Showtime Preview

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If you’ve been dying to try Showtime, you’ve come to the right place. YouTube TV is running a three-day preview of the premium service. The service usually costs $11 a month, but you can get started for just $5 a day for the first six months of the trial. YouTube TV announced the preview in a bizarrely long tweet. However, the trial isn’t limited to this particular service — it also works on Amazon Prime.

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If you’re currently a premium subscriber to HBO Max, you can’t add this add-on to your subscription. If you’re a current customer, you’ll need to cancel your existing subscription before you can add the add-on. Otherwise, you may be stuck paying twice for the same service. However, this is not a major issue. There are some other advantages to the Entertainment Plan. It offers cheaper billing and combined service management.

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Currently, the service is only available in five U.S. markets. If you’re interested in testing out the service, you can get a free 30-day trial of Showtime. As a bonus, you can also get 30 free days of Acorn TV, Shudder, Sundance Now, and the Urban Movie Channel. You can sign up for the free trial right now to get a taste of the content.

YouTube TV offers free trials for new subscribers to its base plan. These trial periods vary, but are usually seven days long. You can watch the same channels as you would if you paid for the service, but you will need to cancel after the free trial period ends. If you cancel the subscription, you’ll have to pay for the add-on service before the trial ends. You can take advantage of YouTube TV’s trial anytime, but be sure to read the terms and conditions.

Regardless of how long you’ve been watching TV, there are more premium channels available on YouTube than ever before. You can even customize your subscription to Showtime, Starz, and Hulu Live TV with a seven-day free trial. The only downside is that these premium add-ons cost extra money. So if you’re an avid movie fan, a free trial will be worth it.

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