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Discussion in 'DIRECTV Programming' started by Zellio, Apr 17, 2009.
Also post which ones.
I just got NHL Center Ice, I also have MLB EI.
None of the above. I like my sports free
None. I used to get free ST, NBA and Hotpass. Ever such a long time ago.
Same here, none of them. Free works for me!
NFL Sunday Ticket
ESPN Full Court
NCAA Mega March Madness
MLB Extra Innings
NBA League Pass
Although I forgot to vote for Sports pack.
Not to mention a lot of WWE PPV's.
None here as well
None, debating whether or not to get extra innings now. I do have sports pack, but I don't really count that.
None. I used to do Hotpass.
I've got 'em all, save for MLS, Setanta & Cricket.
Count me in the none column.
Had NFLST but dropped it a couple of years ago. Wasn't worth the cost for only the 2-3 games I wanted to watch that weren't on my normal channels.
You missed a choice... None!
Extra Innings, Sunday Ticket with Superfan.
Paying for 2009 NFL now, had NBA-LP for this year. Had MLB-EI last year but cancelled due to no WGN America in HD and don't want to pay for MLB-EI if D* doesn't want to pay for WGN America.
Extra Innings, ESPN Full Court and Sports Pack, though I believe I'll start dropping Sports Pack from April to September. Not much in the way of college sports during those months; mostly baseball for me in the summer months, and I think I can get all or most of the MLB games I want with the EI package.
Does that make sense, or am I missing something?
Why isn't NONE an option?
I have absolutely no interest in any Sports package.
I have Premier (includes locals) with HD and DVR Service plus ABC/CBS/NBC/FOX SD DNS service.
NFL ST and SF, MLB EI, NBA League Pass, ESPN Gameplan (May not renew this year though), Sports Pack, Mega March Madness
Prices keep rising, in-game ads keep rising and one-by-one I keep dropping packages each year. Center Ice will bite the dust for me after this season. I am finding that I rarely miss the packages since a number of each sports are still free on ad supported OTA and cable channels.
I thought that I would really miss Sunday Ticket, but I was really tired of all of the commercials. When I noticed that one game stopped for a commercial and I would switch to another game and then another game - all with commercials - I decided enough is enough. Now I have more time for productive things in life.