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Free 30 Day Trial for Showtime (YMMV)

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You can always get a free 7 day Trial for Showtime. However, when riding a NYC subway the other day, I noticed an ad for a 30 day free trial. To get the 30 days free, simply go to the usual Showtime website and click on the normal "Start Your Free Trial" which is the usual 7 day trial. It will then ask you to set up a user id and password. After that, it will bring you to a screen to input your personal info. Near the bottom of the info, there is a field PROMO CODE. Click on APPLY PROMO CODE. Then in that field, type in promo code SUBWAY and then click ok. If successfull, you will get the following message "Promotion Applied! Enjoy your extended 30 day free trial!". Now since I live in NYC, I don't know if they tie in the validity of the promo code to the zip code you enter or if it will work for anyone not putting in a NYC zipcode.

Obviously, for new customers only. Cancel anytime before the trial is up. You will not be billed until the expiration of the free trial.
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In for a free 30 days, yee haw!
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worked in NJ
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Thank You---worked w/ PayPal & HI zip! Just in time to watch Billions on Sunday!!!!!!!
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Thanks! Now I can watch the last season of Shameless.
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Is this via the showtime app
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Thanks! Now I can watch the last season of Shameless.
Its on netflix now. New season is being flimed.
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FYI you can cancel the subscription immediately after signing up and it will last for the whole trial and don't have to worry about it charging you.
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Thank you!
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ADDENDUM to Original Post:

As mentioned before, you can cancel your free trial subscription at anytime and your free trial still continues for the entire 30 days. If you go on your account and cancel, you will get a notice that says "Are you sure you want to cancel?" They then have an option where they will offer to extend your free trial another 30 days for you to stay. I took this option and my first billing period was then automatically pushed back another 30 days. So basically this becomes a 60 Day free trial.
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ADDENDUM to Original Post:

As mentioned before, you can cancel your free trial subscription at anytime and your free trial still continues for the entire 30 days. If you go on your account and cancel, you will get a notice that says "Are you sure you want to cancel?" They then have an option where they will offer to extend your free trial another 30 days for you to stay. I took this option and my first billing period was then automatically pushed back another 30 days. So basically this becomes a 60 Day free trial.
What option did you select for your reason for canceling?
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What option did you select for your reason for canceling?
I can't remember all the options but something along the lines of "not enough interesting programming" or something like that. I waited about 4-5 days after I started the trial to cancel.
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Thanks and Promo Code worked for me in Minnesota
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Works in Chicago.
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Signed up using SUBWAY Promo Code, followed cancellation under my account, selected "too expensive" as the reason and was offered an additional 2 weeks for free! So 44 days all together. Thanks OP!
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