Time Is Running Out To Save On NFL Sunday Ticket

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If you’re a YouTube TV member, and have been considering adding Sunday Ticket, tomorrow is your last day to sign up and save on the NFL add-on. If only planning to sign up through YouTube, it is still probably worth signing up before Wednesday.


While the new season is still a few months away from starting, YouTube TV has been allowing subscribers to pre-order Sunday Ticket and either with or without NFL RedZone. What’s more, YouTube TV has been providing those that do pre-order with a $100 discount.

This pre-sale price is due to end tomorrow, June 6, making today and tomorrow your last chance to sign up and save. Considering the standard price of NFL Sunday Ticket through YouTube TV costs $349, the early bird discount of $100 reduces the price down to just $249.


If you also want NFL RedZone, then the Sunday Ticket and RedZone bundle drops down from $389 to $289, thanks to the $100 saving. Again, these discounted prices have been live for some time now and are due to increase on Wednesday.

One of the big changes with Sunday Ticket this year, is that you can also sign up and watch without the need for a live TV plan. This has been made possible through the release of Sunday Ticket as a standalone Primetime channel on YouTube.

While the YouTube route does cost more than YouTube TV, the same $100 saving helps to lower the cost. If just signing up to NFL Sunday Ticket through YouTube, the current deal drops the price down from $449 to $349. If wanting the NFL bundle, the cost drops down from $489 to $389.


Once again, these Sunday Ticket YouTube Primetime channel discounted prices are only available through tomorrow, June 6.

John Finn

By John Finn

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