This Is The Last Weekend To Save On NFL Sunday Ticket With YouTube’s Discount

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For months now, YouTube has been offering a discount to those who sign up to NFL Sunday Ticket. However, with the 2023 football season now underway, time is running out to score that deal and save up to $50.


When YouTube first opened up the ability to order Sunday Ticket through YouTube or YouTube TV, it was offering a much better discount, with $100 off the cost of a subscription. However, that deal came to an end in June and was replaced with a $50 discount soon after.

While that $50 saving has been on offer ever since, the sale is due to end on September 19, 2023, making this weekend the last weekend where you can sign up to Sunday Ticket and take advantage of YouTube’s discount.


The cheapest way to sign up to Sunday Ticket is by adding it to an existing YouTube TV plan, which is also currently on sale at $54.99 a month for the first three months.

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100+ channels
3 streams
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$54.99/mo for 3 months

With the $50 discount applied, the cost comes down to $299 (or 4 payments of $74.75 if paying monthly). If you want access to NFL RedZone as well, the $50 discount brings the Sunday Ticket-RedZone bundle down to $339 (or 4 monthly payments of $84.75).

For those not subscribed to YouTube TV’s base package, the $50 discount can still be used when signing up to Sunday Ticket through YouTube, and brings the cost down to $399 (or 4 monthly payments of $99.75). Again, if you also want to bundle RedZone, the discount brings the cost of the bundle down to $439 (or 4 monthly payments of $109.75).

It is worth pointing out that, on top of the $50 saving, YouTube TV is also still offering 4 months of Max for free when signing up to Sunday Ticket. Unlike the $50 off deal, the free Max offer is good through the remainder of September.

John Finn

By John Finn

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