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    Re: $100 off NFL Ticket

    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Silver View Post
    Ola my friends,

    I just wanted to let you guys know that YouTube's last days of offering $100 off NFL Ticket ends. The 6th is the last day. Anyway, as an out-of-market fan, I used to hack streams and share them with a few other out-of-market people here. I won't be doing that at all this year and if you want in on the deal sign up soon. I added Redzone, so my bill is a little higher, but here is the receipt.

    You got a different deal, and better, than me. I also got $100 off but it was $449 - $100 so the total price was $349. No redzone. I don't have YouTubeTV so I don't know if that the difference.


    Membership details
    NFL Sunday Ticket
    Regular season $449.00
    Inaugural offer
    $100.00 discount limited to your purchase today $100.00
    Recurring annual charge
    Billing starts: Aug 1, 2024 $449.00
    Tax $22.16
    Total today. $371.16

    I've had Sunday Ticket since 1999. I watch every Ravens game and many others. With DirecTV I used to record 8 other games and watch them throughout the week. I'm curious to see how it works on YouTube





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    Re: $100 off NFL Ticket

    Just made it happen thanks for this





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    Re: $100 off NFL Ticket

    Im not cheap about many things but this rather criminal to me.





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    Re: $100 off NFL Ticket

    Quote Originally Posted by balbomb View Post
    I’m not cheap about many things but this rather criminal to me.
    It's $26 a week before discounts. I tend to watch 5 games on the Sunday Ticket a week. That's about $5 a game. That's not too far off from renting a $4 movie. I don't think it's great value but as big NFL fan I think it's fair. If I was just watching Ravens games as many who post here seem to then it would be expensive. The value is in watching multiple games every week.





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    Re: $100 off NFL Ticket

    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Silver View Post
    If Firestick could stream NFL Games, it would be, but it can't.
    Sorry firetv the square not the stick. But it can stream iptv services, I've used one for years.

    If you go to developer options you can enable third party apps and side load other apps. Ppl use to use Kodi but now there are a bunch of simple streaming apps for iptv options
    Burn it down





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    Re: $100 off NFL Ticket

    Quote Originally Posted by HbgPARavenfan View Post
    Sorry firetv the square not the stick. But it can stream iptv services, I've used one for years.

    If you go to developer options you can enable third party apps and side load other apps. Ppl use to use Kodi but now there are a bunch of simple streaming apps for iptv options
    You are missing the point. You will not be able to get NFL Ticket on anything other than Youtube.





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    Re: $100 off NFL Ticket

    Quote Originally Posted by GOTA View Post
    It's $26 a week before discounts. I tend to watch 5 games on the Sunday Ticket a week. That's about $5 a game. That's not too far off from renting a $4 movie. I don't think it's great value but as big NFL fan I think it's fair. If I was just watching Ravens games as many who post here seem to then it would be expensive. The value is in watching multiple games every week.
    Or if you are out of market, there is no way to watch Ravens games.





  8. Re: $100 off NFL Ticket

    Just to clarify, you need a Smart TV, that is, one with a Youtube option/button? What is the advantage of also subscribing to Youtube for the rest of the year?
    Last edited by Ego1911; 06-05-2023 at 10:01 AM.





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    Re: $100 off NFL Ticket

    Quote Originally Posted by Ego1911 View Post
    Just to clarify, you need a Smart TV, that is, one with a Youtube option/button? What is the advantage of also subscribing to Youtube for the rest of the year?
    From what I understand, yes. I think you can get a device that can stream if you have a dumb TV.

    I cut the cord, so YoutubeTV is my "cable" channel now. Works the same as cable in most regards, just better and cheaper.





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    Re: $100 off NFL Ticket

    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Silver View Post
    From what I understand, yes. I think you can get a device that can stream if you have a dumb TV.

    I cut the cord, so YoutubeTV is my "cable" channel now. Works the same as cable in most regards, just better and cheaper.
    yep you can use something like a Roku if you don't have a SmartTV, you can use a roku even if you do have one.

    World Domination 3 Points at a Time!





  11. #23

    Re: $100 off NFL Ticket

    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Silver View Post
    You are missing the point. You will not be able to get NFL Ticket on anything other than Youtube.
    ....You know you can watch YouTube on Firestick, right?
    "Everyone is entitled to their own opinion, but NOT to their own facts" - Daniel P. Moynihan





  12. #24

    Re: $100 off NFL Ticket

    Quote Originally Posted by MarkS View Post
    ....You know you can watch YouTube on Firestick, right?
    ETA: Besides, what HbgPARavenfan is talking about is side-loading other "unofficial" apps onto the FireStick which allow you to stream live sporting events. So yes, if one is so inclined, one can use FireStick (or FireCube, or Roku, etc) to stream NFL games without SundayTicket.
    "Everyone is entitled to their own opinion, but NOT to their own facts" - Daniel P. Moynihan





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