Connect with us

Entertainment

Get Apple TV+ for free if you have a PlayStation 4 or 5

Get Apple TV+ for free if you have a PlayStation 4 or 5

Do you have a PS4 or PS5 in your living room? You are in luck. Sony is offering  three months of Apple TV + for free to a good number of users. In this article we will tell you if it applies to you and what you have to do to get this interesting promotion that will help you save a little on your streaming subscription services while discovering a new catalog of movies and series.

How to get three months of Apple TV + for free

This promotion is intended for  new Apple TV+ users . That is, you will not be able to have the service active or have had it before. For the promo to apply to your home, you must have  a PS4 or PS5 and a PlayStation Network account .

The steps to claim the offer are very simple. First, download the  Apple TV+ app from the PlayStation Store , directly on your console. Now, open it and  sign in with your usual Apple ID. If you don’t have an Apple ID yet, from this screen you can create a new one, directly from the console, without having to change your device to register.

Once you log in, the promo will appear to enjoy these three months of Apple TV + for free. Accept the conditions and you’re done. You can now enjoy series like Ted Lasso, The Morning Show or See, among many others, from your PlayStation.

When will I start paying?

Keep in mind that this promotion  has no permanence , so if you want to cancel your subscription before completing the three months so that you are not charged anything, you can do so. In case you want to renew (or do not remember to cancel on time), just after three months you will be charged  4.99 euros.

Click to comment

All TechWeek writers are indepentent and from many different countries. Some english misspelling and grammar mistakes may occur. Report article.

Advertisement
Latest news and reviews in hi-fi, home cinema and technology reviews, products, news, advice, videos and more, from around the world! All pictures and articles written on techweekmag.com are owned by respective freelance authors. If you find a article that violates copywrite infringement, please report article here!