Cancellation/MLB Extra Innings Question

Discussion in 'DIRECTV General Discussion' started by BreadDawg, May 20, 2019.

  1. BreadDawg

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    My contract with DTV expires in July. I have a monthly subscription to MLb EI. I know I am obligated for 6 payments of EI and I know I can not get out of that, nor do i want to. I am thinking about chordcutting and am wondering what will happen to my payments that are left on my EI if I cancel dtv? DO they just add them to my final balance? My main reason for asking is if I cut the chord I want to make sure I can still use my MLBTV login. Anybody done this or something similar?
     
  2. Rich

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    Is your MLB subscription thru D*?

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  3. lacubs

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    i know you can cancel sports subscription in season and your done with it, i done it twice , no can't still login to your MLBTV
     
  4. BreadDawg

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    Yes I am currently subscribed to Extra Innings through Directv
     
  5. BreadDawg

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    That’s odd because once the season begins you can not get out Sunday Ticket or Extra Innings. My question is in regard to cancelling services as a whole with Directv while being part of one these subscriptions.
     
  6. MysteryMan

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    "Subscriptions cannot be canceled after the start of the season and subscription fee cannot be refunded."
     
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  7. lacubs

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    well , two years ago i cancel the NBA LP because they give me it free the year before and didn't even find out about it until mid January , and i called they told myself you get won't charged for next season so the next season come and i have to call in, and EI this season about a 2 or 3 week into season and they let cancel me it
     
  8. trh

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    As it has been for years, what their stated policy is and what any CSR does is usually different.
     
  9. b4pjoe

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    If I were a betting person I'd bet if you cancel your DirecTV service it would also cancel MLB EI with no refund of any portion of it since you already missed the cancellation date for EI.
     
  10. compnurd

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    This
     
  11. BreadDawg

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    Correct, but since I’m a monthly subscriber, I didn’t pay for the whole season at once, I am to be charged 6 payments. IF i cancel services, would they let me out of the rest of my payments for Extra Innings?
     
  12. b4pjoe

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    I doubt it. I think your final bill would include the remainder of EI. You can cancel EI right now and you will still be charged the rest of the months because you already missed the cancellation date which was April 4 according to the email I got when it told me it was auto-renewing it. AT&T even stopped giving partial month refunds for canceling DirecTV if you cancel before the end of your monthly due date.
     
  13. compnurd

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    I believe the cancellation date is to get a refund.. So if he paid in full and cancelled now, he would get nothing back.. If he paid the 6 months and was 3 deep and cancelled, that would be the end of it
     
  14. BreadDawg

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    I agree with what you guys say. The golden question is will I be able to login to mlbtv using my directv credentials if I’ve paid for the service completely but have cancelled my services altogether with directv? That might be a question for mlb...
     
  15. compnurd

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    It would be and I would assume no. Your going to have to get your own mlb.tv account. Good news is there should be deals coming around soon
     

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