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Anyone have any luck starting a new service with either company. I'm looking to have a 2 year lock with 4 tvs with Dvr for less than 60 bucks. Can't seem to talk the people down though

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reduce tvs

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4 tvs? The boxes alone is like $24 and that leaves you with 36. I don't think it will fly.

Get DirectTVNow or Vue instead?

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Costco offers a $300 Costco card for Directv, it says up to 4 devices included, free whole home HD Genie and up to 3 minis, included
That's about the best promo I have seen

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LORENW said:   Costco offers a $300 Costco card for Directv, it says up to 4 devices included, free whole home HD Genie and up to 3 minis, included
That's about the best promo I have seen

  
All D* deals are good for the first year, but you are stuck with a 2yr contract.

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rsuaver said:   
LORENW said:   Costco offers a $300 Costco card for Directv, it says up to 4 devices included, free whole home HD Genie and up to 3 minis, included
That's about the best promo I have seen

  
All D* deals are good for the first year, but you are stuck with a 2yr contract.

  Direct TV lets you get a new 'lower' rate if you resignup for another year.

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LORENW said:   Costco offers a $300 Costco card for Directv, it says up to 4 devices included, free whole home HD Genie and up to 3 minis, included
That's about the best promo I have seen
  

They must have reduced it to a $200 card. And the AAA offer appears to be gone.

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tjguitar85 said:   
LORENW said:   Costco offers a $300 Costco card for Directv, it says up to 4 devices included, free whole home HD Genie and up to 3 minis, included
That's about the best promo I have seen

  

They must have reduced it to a $200 card. And the AAA offer appears to be gone.

  The offers change from time to time, The last one I saw at Costco was $300 and the second year was also discounted, just not as much as the first year
Menards gave $75 card at the same time, and no second year discount
Quite a difference

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Which is best? direct TV or Dish?

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Where do you live

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Up until recently you could have receivers that if you did not have a telephone connection, Directv would have no idea if they were in the same household or not. That made it easy to share an account and have activated receivers in different households with someone you trusted and essentially split a bill if you so choose.I don't think you can do this anymore with the Genie.
Seriously though I dropped Directv 2 years ago because I got tired of having to pick up the remote every 8 minutes to zap out the insane amounts of commercials of anything I DVR'd. I could not really even enjoy anything I watched.

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