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Enjoy Apple TV + free for three months with your Samsung Smart TV

Visit the Apple TV app on 2018-2022 Samsung Smart TV models to take advantage of this limited time offer.

Until November 28, Samsung Smart TV owners around the world can sign up to enjoy Apple TV+ free for three months. Eligible customers with 2018-2022 model years can redeem this limited-time offer by opening the Apple TV app on the Samsung TV home screen and following the on-screen instructions.

Apple TV+ is the home of Apple Original dramas and comedy series, feature films, documentaries, and entertainment for kids and the whole family, including multiple Emmy Award-winning “Ted Lasso,” and hit series like “Severance,” “Loot” , “Pachinko”, “For All Mankind” and many more, as well as sports, starting with “Friday Night Baseball”.

Samsung continues to set the standard for what viewers can expect from a Smart TV experience. With technology that enables immersive picture and sound quality, Samsung users can enjoy a premium streaming experience.

Apple TV+ is available in the Apple TV app in more than 100 countries and regions and on more than one billion screens. After launching on November 1, 2019, Apple TV+ became the first all-original streaming service to launch worldwide, premiering more original hits and receiving more award recognition faster than any other streaming service. on his debut. To date, Apple Original Movies, Documentaries and Series have won 250 awards and 1,115 nominations.

Remember that this offer is available for Samsung TVs in models manufactured from 2018 to 2022; and ends November 28, 2022. Valid only for new Apple TV+ subscribers in your region, ages 13 and older. Limit one offer per TV and Apple ID. Plan automatically renews at the price for your region each month until cancelled. Requires Apple ID with registered payment method. Apple’s terms and privacy policy apply. See the applicable terms at https://www.apple.com/legal/internet-services/itunes/us/terms.html

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