Patrick Stewart posted a free month of CBS All Access for one month.
"Our #StarTrekPicard season finale is Thursday, and starting today until 4/23, you can watch for free on @CBSAllAccess in the US with the code: GIFT. Link in bio to sign up. I can’t wait to reunite with our cast and crew for Season 2."
I'd like to believe this is a great deal but it sounds like you get the shows WITH commercials WHICH I could live with if it doesn't have the quirk I've experienced with my "$1.99 a month" Black Friday Hulu deal that I tried. When you come back from the commercial, more often than not, the sound for the actual program is out of sync. This can often be remedied by going all the way back to original Hulu menu and then resuming play. Needless to say, THAT gets pretty tedious.
Kinda of a spit in the eye for those that paid for the service. Is this one of those "deals", where you have to sign up with a credit card and it won't be billed if you cancel before your free month is over? That tactic is often used because a good percentage of people forget to cancel before the promotion period ends. Meaning free money for the company. This is also a clever way for CBS/ All Access to artificially inflate subscriber numbers when dealing with advertisers and stock holders.
"Our #StarTrekPicard season finale is Thursday, and starting today until 4/23, you can watch for free on @CBSAllAccess in the US with the code: GIFT. https://t.co/i2IfFQN3I8 It's felt good to bring Picard back. I can't wait to reunite with our cast and crew for Season 2. pic.twitter.com/lSmtMxgrN8 — Patrick Stewart (@SirPatStew) March 24, 2020
The free month is good for both versions of CBS All Access, with limited commercials (normally $5.99 per month), and commercial free (normally $9.99 per month)."
"Now, those who haven’t signed up and those who did the other day can add the promo code ‘ENJOY’ in the ‘Subscription & Billing’ area of your account to add another [second] free month.
The service offers both original shows like “Star Trek: Picard,” “Star Trek: Discovery,” “The Good Fight,” “Strange Angel,” “Tell Me A Story” and “The Twilight Zone” along with a back catalogue of many CBS series currently or recently on air."