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Who subscribes to the sports packages?

Discussion in 'DIRECTV General Discussion' started by Proc, Aug 14, 2006.

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  1. Proc

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    What did we do with our time before the advent of the sports subscriptions?

    I have the NFL Sunday Ticket, MLB Extra Innings and NHL Center Ice and am like a little kid. I've watched so much baseball this year (GO TIGERS!) .

    Which sports subscriptions do you have?
     
  2. saleen351

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    MLB and NFL

    but next year, I'm dropping MLB, way way too many blackouts for the yanks, plus I want to watch them on the YES feed, not the freaking opposing teams feed.
     
  3. Stevies3

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    Long Island, NY
     
  4. DCSholtis

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    NFL ST With Superfan, MLB, NHL Center Ice, NBA League Pass, NCAA Game Plan, NCAA March Madness. I MAY cancel the NBA League Pass this year since it seems that so many games are on TNT and ESPN/ABC already but Im not sure yet.
     
  5. HockeyKat

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    I have NHL Center Ice. Gotta have a source of GOOD hockey to watch when the Caps are sucking. :lol:
     
  6. sports828

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    NFL Sunday Ticket, NBA League Pass, NCAA Basketball and of course March Madness
     
  7. DCSholtis

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    Hell be glad you got the Caps and not the Columbus team as your local team..:lol:
     
  8. HockeyKat

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    True - At least we have Ovechekin. I think if I lived somewhere else, I'd get Center Ice just to watch that kid play. :)
     
  9. FLWingNut

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    Just NHL Center Ice. Guess which team I root for.
     
  10. ansky

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    I don't subscribe to any. Here in the NYC area we have so many RSNs and teams to watch there is no time to watch any other games on the sports packages.
     
  11. Wolffpack

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    NFLST so I can watch the Lions out here in AZ.
     
  12. morgantown

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    I live in my hometown DMA (distant fringes) and still get the NFLST to watch the rest of the games. If I did not have season tickets to my alma mater, I'd probably get the ESPN GamePlan too...
     
  13. The_Geyser

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    I have MLB so my wife can watch Derek Jeter...I mean the Yankees.
     
  14. Blitz68

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    NFL Sunday Ticket, Super Fan, NHL Center Ice, MLB Extra Innings.

    Oh, yeah GO STEELERS
     
  15. Bornzo

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    NFL Sunday Ticket, Super Fan and MLB Extra Innings.

    Go Raiders and White Sox!!!!
     
  16. Xram

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    NFL Sunday Ticket, Super Fan and NBA League Pass. Won't see the light of day on sundays for the next 4 months.
     
  17. matty8199

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    Extra Innings is a complete waste now that you can get MLB.tv for less than $80 for the entire season...
     
  18. FLWingNut

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    Who watches TV on a PC?:nono2:
     
  19. JLucPicard

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    Exactly what I was thinking! A waste would be having a 60" HD TV and watching BASEBALL, of all things, on a computer screen. Oy!
     
  20. Blitz68

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    Nod. Yup!!!

    TV on a pc :lol:
     
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