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New YouTube TV Subscribers Can Now Save $10 A Month ($30 Over 3 Months)


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YouTube TV is now offering new subscribers a $10 monthly discount on the first three months of a subscription. This latest promotion reduces the cost of the base live TV package down to $62.99 a month.

As is typical of YouTube TV, the current deal only appears to be available to new subscribers and not those that have been a base plan subscriber in the past, or those that have previously taken advantage of a free trial.

Save $30 over three months

While a $30 saving over the first three months is a good deal in general, this follows months of YouTube TV offering a $15 monthly discount ($45 over three months). The previous deal ended on July 3 and was replaced with this new $10 a month discount.

In addition to the lower discount, it also looks like this promotion is available for a much shorter time than the previous deal. According to YouTube, the $10 monthly discount promotion is due to end at 8:00 am PST on July 11, 2024.

As it currently remains unclear whether the latest deal will be replaced with a newer promotion later next week, those looking to save on the cost of YouTube TV in the opening months may want to sign up before this offer comes to an end on July 11.

As a reminder, YouTube TV provides access to more than 100 live TV channels in addition to a wide variety of on-demand content. Subscribers also get access to YouTube’s Multiview feature, which has proven particularly popular with sports fans.

Speaking of sports, it is also possible to bundle NFL Sunday Ticket with the base YouTube TV package for an additional $349, or four monthly payments of $87.25. The bundled price works out to be $100 cheaper than subscribing to the standalone NFL Sunday Ticket subscription through YouTube Primetime Channels.

John Finn


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