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Nfl 2011 season pricing

Discussion in 'DIRECTV General Discussion' started by bigmike200587, Jan 3, 2011.

  1. zimm7778

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    This is irony. For the first half of the season I saw I think maybe 2 Jaguars games because I was out of a job and had cut off Directv. Then we got 4 straight. The week I got hired and was able to turn the service back on was the same week Directv dropped the ST price down to $99. Plus, that one the weekend before was the last locally televised game until this last weekend. Guess I was able to get situated and signed back up at just the right time.
     
  2. MattScahum

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    can confirm what BigMike said. It was released in our systems as a notification for customer care reps that get calls asking about it. Those are just regular rates. The early bird rates will come out some time around the draft like usual and existing subscibers will most likely get a deal as they have for every year I've known people to have it. Those prices would be if you signed up the day after the Super Bowl(which I obviously don't recommend for obvious reasons.lol)
     
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  4. hdtvfan0001

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    That's the key point.

    It creates the "wait and see" in this process each year as to whether or not to renew.
     
  5. Boston_bill

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    I like having choices when the Patriots dont play and Ive become an Arizona fan in the NFC and they're almost never on national TV. I go through this every year and I know when August comes around Im gonna want the package but when is the price too high. I say I dont go to many games at all in person and I love my NFL on Sunday.
     

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