DirecTV Stream Launches ‘Best Deals Of 2023’ After Increasing Prices

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DirecTV Stream has launched its “best deals of 2023”, offering big discounts when bundling the Sports Pack add-on with a base plan. For those less keen on live sports, these latest bundle deals are still cheaper than signing up for a DirecTV Stream plan at full price, and especially following the recent price increase.


If interested in the cheapest Entertainment package, DirecTV Stream is currently offering Entertainment + Sports Pack at $69.98 a month for the first two months. Following the latest price increase, this bundle deal offers a saving of $25 for each of the first two months, resulting in a total saving of $50.

Again, the same deal is also available with DirecTV Stream’s Choice and Ultimate base plans, when bundling the Sports Pack add-on.


Here’s a summary of the deals available through this promotion

DirecTV StreamDeal PriceUsual Price
Entertainment + Sports Pack$69.98$94.98
Choice + Sports Pack$83.99$123.98
Ultimate + Sports Pack$94.99$134.98

As mentioned, DirecTV Stream only increased the price of its plans yesterday, increasing the cost of the cheapest Entertainment package up to $79.99 a month. The Sports Pack on its own costs an additional $14.99 a month, so signing up to a plan from as little as $69.98 that includes Sports Pack is a good deal.

For those unfamiliar with Sports Pack, the add-on unlocks access to a number of additional sports channels, including NFL Network and NFL RedZone, as well as Golf Channel, MLB Network, NBA TV, NHL Network, and Tennis Channel, among others.

If you are now considering signing up to this DirecTV Stream deal, it is worth keeping in mind that the discounted prices only apply to the first two months. Unless the subscription is canceled before the end of the second discounted month, the plan will auto-renew at the usual, higher price.

John Finn

By John Finn

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