Xfinity To Reward Eligible Customers With $200 NFL Sunday Ticket Discount

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If you’re an Xfinity Internet and TV customer, it is worth noting that you might soon be able to save up to $200 on the cost of an NFL Sunday Ticket subscription.


YouTube is the provider of NFL Sunday Ticket this year, offering football fans the option to sign up to a standalone Sunday Ticket subscription through YouTube or an add-on subscription through YouTube TV.

While YouTube is offering its own discount for those that sign up directly, a number of other companies, including Frontier, TCL, and Verizon, have all started offering their own Sunday Ticket deals and discounts. Comcast’s Xfinity will also soon join that list.


Beginning Aug. 23, eligible customers enrolled in Xfinity Rewards will be able to receive a discount of up to $200 on the cost of a subscription to NFL Sunday Ticket on YouTube.

How much of a discount an individual customer will be eligible for depends on their account and services.

New Xfinity Internet and TV* customers$200 off
Existing Xfinity Internet customers adding TV*$200 off
Existing tenured Xfinity Rewards customers with Xfinity Internet and TV (Diamond and Platinum only)$100 off
*Requires Choice TV or above.

As is typically the case with Xfinity Rewards, eligible customers will need to redeem the NFL Sunday Ticket offer through They will then receive a unique code via email which they can use to redeem the discount.

As mentioned, this reward goes live on August 23 and is currently due to remain available through September 29, 2023.


For those in need of a reminder on pricing, the cost of Sunday Ticket depends on whether signing up through YouTube or YouTube TV. If signing up through YouTube, Sunday Ticket costs $449 (or $489 with NFL RedZone). If signing up through YouTube TV, Sunday Ticket costs $349 (or $389 with RedZone).

Regardless of whether an Xfinity customer, YouTube is currently offering $50 off these YouTube and YouTube TV prices for those that sign up before September 19th.

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