BritBox free trial and discount codes

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Launched in 2019 as a joint venture between the BBC and ITV, BritBox is a streaming service specialising in British classic series such as Only Fools and Horses, Downton Abbey, Dr Who and The Sweeney. It offers some original shows, too.

How do I get the free trial?

You can access BritBox through most Internet-ready devices, including smartphones, laptops and tablets. You just need to register online to start your free trial and monthly subscription.

Follow these steps to get started:

  • Step 1. Click on “Get deal”, above.
  • Step 2. On BritBox, click “Start your free trial”.
  • Step 3. Fill in your details on the form and click “Create account & continue”.
  • Step 4. Choose between £5.99 or an annual subscription of £59.99 (the free trial of 7 days applies to both).
  • Fill in your card details and start your subscription – money will be deducted after the 7-day free trial is finished.
  • You can cancel any time.

Which forms of payment does BritBox accept?

  • Visa
  • Mastercard
  • Google Pay

Can I cancel BritBox?

Yes, you can cancel any time. But if you cancel after your free trial has ended, you’ll be charged according to whichever subscription you opted for.

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