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which is the absolute cheapest package that included TBS HD? (for baseball fans)


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#1 OFFLINE   tenwinecans

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Posted 02 October 2013 - 11:23 AM

which is the absolute cheapest package that included TBS HD?

(for baseball fans who want to catch the first few post season games)

 

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#2 OFFLINE   Willh

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Posted 02 October 2013 - 04:10 PM

i think that would be the America's Top 120 package. 


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#3 OFFLINE   Mojo Jojo

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Posted 03 October 2013 - 10:09 PM

The America's Top 120 package is currently $49.99/month.

 

According to channel lineup cards, there are even cheaper packages. (Note: I would definitely compare the channel lineup cards to see what channels are in each package as America's Top packages differ from Dish America packages and Dish Latino packages [which do contain quite a bit of English channels as well as Spanish channels].)

 

Dish America ($39.99/month) also contains TBS HD.

 

Dish Latino Plus ($41.99/month) and Dish Latino Dos ($48.99/month) also have TBS HD and qualify for HD Free for Life. I can confirm that Dos does contain TBS HD. In addition, if you are a baseball fan, you may want to pay the extra $7-$9/month for Dos rather than Plus because it also contains MLB Network HD on channel 152 as well as regional sports networks (RSNs) avaialbe in your area through Dish along with more channels. Dos is also a dollar less a month than America's Top 120, and the channel lineups do differ in terms of channel tiers when comparing the two types of packages.

 

If you can do without HD (and if Dish allows you to transfer to the package as it is usually used for retention although some exceptions can be made at times), TBS SD [not HD] is included in the $19.99/month Welcome Pack if you are looking to save some money.


Edited by Mojo Jojo, 03 October 2013 - 10:13 PM.





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