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First YouTube TV Month Is Just $25 With This Halloween Code

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YouTube TV is currently offering $40 off the first month of a live TV subscription thanks to a Halloween 2022 promotional code. With more than five million subscribers at the last count, YouTube TV is currently the most popular live TV streaming service in the United States, and for good reason. YouTube TV is a great option for anyone looking to stream live TV over the internet.

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One of the main downsides with YouTube TV is the price. With a base plan costing a minimum of $64.99 per month, YouTube TV is not the cheapest live TV service around. While there is a free trial available that makes it possible to test the service before paying, it won’t reduce the actual cost of a subscription like a discount can.

Right now, those new to YouTube TV can find out what a subscription has to offer at a rock bottom price. Simply using the promo code SPOOKY when signing up through the YouTube TV website will take $40 off the usual cost, bringing the price down to just $24.99. This code only applies to the first month, and once that month has come to an end, the subscription will automatically renew at the higher $64.99 monthly rate unless canceled before then.

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It is worth noting that this Halloween code is only for those new to YouTube TV. While the service sometimes allows returning subscribers to take advantage of a promotion, this is not one of those times, and probably due to the level of savings that are on offer here. For reference, this promotion also excludes those that have participated in a YouTube TV trial in the past and this is irrespective of whether they actually ended up becoming a paid subscriber or not.

Still, for those that haven’t signed up to YouTube TV in the past, this is a major discount on the usual cost and a promotion worth taking advantage of. The promo code went live today (October 19) and can be used through October 31, 2022 – after all, it is a Halloween code.

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John Finn

By John Finn

John started Streaming Better to help consumers navigate the live TV streaming and subscription service landscape. John has been writing about technology and TV-related services and devices since 2014 and believes the best streaming approach is to bounce between services as needed. Contact John via email at john@streamingbetter.com or on Twitter

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