Get 3 free months of Apple TV at Best Buy

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If you’ve been meaning to start Ted Lasso but lacked the right streaming platform to get started, we’ve got excellent news: Best Buy is offering three free months of Apple TV+ to new subscribers—no purchases required and no strings attached.

Right now, Best Buy is running a massive promotion on Apple services. You can get 3 free months of Apple TV+ and Apple Fitness+, or sign up for 6 free months of Apple Music or Apple News+. The tech retailer is offering this bonkers promotion to all visitors of the site—meaning you don’t need to actually purchase anything from Best Buy to take advantage of the savings.

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How to get a free trial of Apple TV+

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To access your free trial of Apple TV+ at Best Buy, visit the site and select “Add to Cart,” as you normally would with any other purchase at the retailer. Once the trial is in your cart, you can checkout and follow the prompts to access your digital download. The code will only work for new subscribers, so be sure to use an email address that hasn’t previously been associated with an Apple TV+ account.

Once you’ve signed up for Apple TV+, you’re still eligible for the remaining Apple promotions, including 3 free months of Apple Fitness+, 6 free months of Apple Music and 6 free months of Apple News+. Simply add the promotions to your cart and checkout.

What is Apple TV+?

Apple TV+ is a streaming service that launched in 2019 and has gained prominence over the past several years with breakout TV hits like Ted Lasso, The Morning Show and Severance. The platform carries a number of original critically acclaimed series and movies, including the 2022 Best Picture Oscar-winning film Coda.

As the streaming service has grown in its subscriber base, its media offerings have strengthened as well. New hit series and shows like Pachinko continue to draw praise from critics and viewers alike.

How much is Apple TV+?

Without any special savings, Apple TV+ costs $4.99 per month, which falls on the lower end of the subscription service cost spectrum. Through the current Best Buy promotion, Apple TV+ is free for 3 months. Students are eligible for a free Apple TV+ subscription, while anyone who’s recently purchased an Apple device can also access the service for free for 3 months.

What are the best Apple TV+ shows?

'Ted Lasso' season 3 on Apple TV+.

If you’ve just subscribed to Apple TV+ for the first time, here are the must-see shows you’ll want to binge first:

  • Ted Lasso: This loveable comedy series follows football coach Ted Lasso as he tries to go from coaching American football to European football. There’s a reason this series has racked up an impressive number of Emmys and critics’ choice awards.
  • Severance: One of the newest shows gaining traction at Apple TV+ is Severancea psychological drama that stars Adam Scott and follows a company that actively separates people’s work and at-home personalities.
  • Pachinko: Recently renewed for a second season, this Korean drama series based on a novel of the same name. It follows four generations of a Korean family living in a Japanese-occupied state and boasts a strong cult following of viewers and critics.
  • The Morning Show: One of Apple TV+’s first hits, The Morning Show, was recently renewed for a third season. The series stars Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon and Steve Carrell and follows a crew of people who work at a morning broadcast program.

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