Does anyone know what the current "win back" offers are?

Discussion in 'DIRECTV General Discussion' started by 7thton, Feb 25, 2021.

  1. 7thton

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    I am exploring options and I am curious what the current "win back" offers are.

    I have not had DirecTV for over a year and still have the dish installed and the cabling intact.
     
  2. compnurd

    compnurd Hall Of Fame

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    It varies from person to person
     
  3. DMRI2006

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    I asked this in another thread and didn't get a lot of replies in terms of recent examples. I'm a 20+ year subscriber, was disconnected a week ago, have not received any winback offer, nor did I receive any kind of contact in the month leading up to the disconnection date.
     
  4. BreadDawg

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    I signed back up in March last year. You can expect some big bill credits, hbo max for a year, Sunday ticket, 200-300 in gift cards. I would highly suggest you do your research as directv changed its channel packages to new subs. There is a huge price difference and difference in channels between the packages. Hope this helps.
     
  5. carlsbad_bolt_fan

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    I too was with them for 20 years. It's been nearly a year for me since I left and haven't received anything.
     
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  6. 7thton

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    Thanks. Do you know if it is a 24 or 12 month contract?
     
  7. krel

    krel New Member

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    24 month contract. before i left em for good i resigned up 2 days later and got all of the newbie deals credits freebies.. you should not have any problems!!!
     
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    DMRI2006

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    I received a AT&T mail offer to return to Directv -- a $100 Visa gift card, 12 months of HBO Max....and a 2 year commitment at $60/mo only for the first year, Choice package and one HD-DVR (not including $20 activation fee and additional fees). That's not nearly enticing enough.
     
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    harsh

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    For the long-timers, I reason that it would be a new AT&T account rather than a return to DIRECTV so I'm not surprised there haven't been more examples.

    Maybe AT&T can't look into DIRECTV customer account history?
     
  10. DMRI2006

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    I was a sub for 20+ years until last month and just received that in the mail yesterday
     

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