CBS is putting on a huge show for the 60th Annual Grammy Awards from Madison Square Garden. And while the network sells plenty of expensive TV advertising time to cosmetics, tech and music companies, the broadcasting giant is also pitching its own over-the-top cable cord cutters’ business. CBS All Access is CBS’s robust streaming service, offering access to everything CBS all the time, from major sporting events and other live broadcast TV events to a vast catalog of iconic shows to — yup — entertainment mega shows like the Grammy Awards. Want Bruno Mars, Cardi B, SZA, Sting, Elton John, Luis Fonsi, Daddy Yankee, Kendrick Lamar, U2, Sam Smith on your mobile device live as it goes down in NYC? (Or on Apple TV, Roku, Chromecast, Fire TV, PS4, Xbox or Windows 10?)
You’ve got two great options. The first one is free. CBS All Access is confident in its product and offers a CBS All Access 7-day free trial to any new user. Sign up today and that free access will get you the 60th Annual Grammy Awards — it’s a pretty nice introduction to the CBS ALL ACCESS service. CBS is also offering 20% off CBS All Access streaming (for three months) if you use the special promo code: GRAMMY. This is a good option for returning CBS All Access subscribers who have let their subscriptions lapse. The free trial is available only to first time users, so the special GRAMMY offer is a good second option with the discount lasting throughout the three month commitment. (You can unsubscribe anytime.) The GRAMMYS promo offer is good until Jan 31 at midnight.
[NOTE about streaming CBS dramas, events, sports and comedies: Cable cutters can also watch a live stream of CBS and choose from its catalog of shows through Amazon Prime. As with the standalone CBS All Access option, current Amazon Prime members can stream the Grammy Awards, CBS dramas and CBS comedies here using Amazon Fire TV, Fire TV stick, or Amazon Video app.]