Apple TV 4K And Free Year Of Apple TV+ Just $90 With This Red Hot Deal

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The Apple TV+ streaming service just launched this morning, and Apple is no doubt excited about the prospects of its new offering and its original programming (i.e. star-packed entries like See and The Morning Show). Apple partner AT&T is also getting in on the action with a particularly impressive deal on the Apple TV 4K.

This is the latest version of Apple's streaming box, and it has an MSRP of $179.99. However, AT&T is offering the box for just $89.99 today while supplies last. We have never seen the Apple TV 4K offered at this low a price -- ever. And it's definitely not a normal occurrence to see a current-generation Apple product offered at half-off. The Apple TV 4K is only available in black, has 32GB of storage, and comes with a Siri -capable voice remote.

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To make the deal even sweeter, we should mention that the purchase of an Apple TV 4K also qualifies you for a free year of the Apple TV+ service. With regards to the free subscription, here are few key details that you should pay attention too (straight from Apple):

  • Only one offer per Family, regardless of number of devices purchased. You can share your 1 year free Apple TV+ with up to 5 other family members via Family Sharing. 
  • Redeem your 1 year free in the Apple TV app starting November 1, 2019. Make sure your eligible device is running the latest iOS, iPadOS, tvOS, or macOS. 
  • Offer must be claimed in the Apple TV app within 3 months after first setting up your new device. To see the offer appear, you will need to sign in with your Apple ID on your new device. If you've purchased your new device before the launch of Apple TV+ on November 1, you will have 3 months starting November 1 to redeem. 

As we previously, mentioned, this deal is only available while supplies last, so if you're in the market for a quality streamer, you'll probably want to act sooner rather than later by clicking the following link to AT&T's site.

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