YouTube TV Subscribers Can Still Save On Sunday Ticket (YouTube Users, Too)

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YouTube may have stopped offering its $100 presale discount on Sunday Ticket, but it is still possible for YouTube users and YouTube TV subscribers to save $50 on the cost of the season-long NFL subscription.


Even before YouTube confirmed Sunday Ticket pricing, it had become clear that YouTube TV members would save on the cost. Once the presale opened, TV subscribers were offered Sunday Ticket at $100 less than YouTube users.

On top of this discount, YouTube TV members were also offered a presale discount of $100, bringing the cost of Sunday Ticket down to as low as $249 for the season, or $289 for those that wanted to bundle with NFL RedZone.


Even though that deal has now expired, YouTube is still offering a $50 discount to those who sign up to Sunday Ticket before the start of the season. This discount brings the cost of a Sunday Ticket subscription down to $299, or $339 when bundling with NFL RedZone.

It is worth keeping in mind that both of these deals not only require a base plan subscription when signing up, but they also require the base plan to remain active throughout the season. While you can cancel and resubscribe at a later date to watch Sunday Ticket, you will lose access while unsubscribed.

For those that don’t plan to remain subscribed to YouTube TV’s base plan throughout the entire football season, it might be better to purchase Sunday Ticket as a standalone subscription through YouTube Primetime Channels.


If going the standalone route, the $50 discount brings the cost of Sunday Ticket through YouTube down to $399 for the season or $439 when bundled with NFL RedZone.

Whether signing up through YouTube or YouTube TV, both sets of deals are available from today (June 8) and through September 19. Basically, up until the start of the football season.

John Finn

By John Finn

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