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  • YouTube Sunday Ticket

    The details are out. Looks like the "early price" is $249. Regular price is $349. This price requires a YouTube TV subscription. Thoughts?

    https://tv.youtube.com/learn/nflsundayticket/#id-plan-matrix

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  • #2
    I'll continue to stream for free.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Vera Hara View Post
      I'll continue to stream for free.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by Gutless Drunk View Post

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        Maybe they should make it more affordable then!

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        • #5
          I'm sticking with game pass for a hundred bucks. It teaches me patients and I get off social media for most the day. It's a win win. Until the broncos prove to me that they are worth 400 hundred dollars for live games again. This is my decision .

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          • #6
            Originally posted by quoydogs View Post
            I'm sticking with game pass for a hundred bucks. It teaches me patients and I get off social media for most the day. It's a win win. Until the broncos prove to me that they are worth 400 hundred dollars for live games again. This is my decision .
            Might be awhile

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Gutless Drunk View Post

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              So?

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Vera Hara View Post
                I'll continue to stream for free.
                How are you streaming for free?

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Broncos_Avs_4L View Post

                  Maybe they should make it more affordable then!
                  Lol wow dude I stream fir free a couple season’s, but 250 is NOT expensive for the ability to watch every game dude smh you cheap or broke as shit brother because 250 is legit nothing

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by quoydogs View Post
                    I'm sticking with game pass for a hundred bucks. It teaches me patients and I get off social media for most the day. It's a win win. Until the broncos prove to me that they are worth 400 hundred dollars for live games again. This is my decision .
                    400? it’s 250 clown

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Jeudy10Hamler1 View Post

                      Lol wow dude I stream fir free a couple season’s, but 250 is NOT expensive for the ability to watch every game dude smh you cheap or broke as shit brother because 250 is legit nothing
                      NFL makes more than enough money. Not buying it. If that bothers you that’s your problem.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Jeudy10Hamler1 View Post

                        400? it’s 250 clown
                        I don't have nor want to have youtube TV. The price without YouTube TV was announced at 400

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Jeudy10Hamler1 View Post
                          How are you streaming for free?
                          Websites exist where people can stream the games of their favorite teams (and others) for free. Been that way for years. Where have you been?

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Jeudy10Hamler1 View Post

                            400? it’s 250 clown
                            I know this is a reading comprehension thing, but the actual price starts at $349 (and goes up to $489) IF you pay the other $72 for YouTube TV. The $100 off is an early bird discount, but right below that it says you also need the $72/month plan.

                            FYI clown

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                            • #15
                              Lots of better ways to spend $400 or $500.

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                              • #16
                                I've had YouTube TV for a few years now, and I have added the ticket. 249 to watch all Broncos games is good to me.

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                                • #17
                                  Originally posted by BamaBronco16 View Post
                                  I've had YouTube TV for a few years now, and I have added the ticket. 249 to watch all Broncos games is good to me.
                                  If you have youtube.tv then yep it's a great deal. If you don't and your team is fire then still might be great. If we played like we did last year and I paid 400 bucks for sub. I'd be pissd.

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                                  • #18
                                    Originally posted by Vera Hara View Post
                                    Lots of better ways to spend $400 or $500.
                                    Exactly. And I spend $30 per month to have every channel imaginable with the streaming service I use. It’d be cheaper but I pay extra to stream on 3 different devices at the same time.

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                                    • #19
                                      Originally posted by Vera Hara View Post
                                      I'll continue to stream for free.
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                                      LAW AND ORDER!!!!!

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                                      • #20
                                        Originally posted by Broncos_Avs_4L View Post

                                        Exactly. And I spend $30 per month to have every channel imaginable with the streaming service I use. It’d be cheaper but I pay extra to stream on 3 different devices at the same time.
                                        I'm a firm believer in saving wherever you can.

                                        High-speed internet prices have doubled here in a bit. I am on Prime, Peacock, and Paramount. A little over $100 for my access to entertainment. Throw in my cell phone bill (only $15 a month) and I'm under $125 for my connectivity.

                                        Seems like a win to me.

                                        I'll save the monthly cost on Sunday Ticket over the next five years and have a few thousand in my bank account to show for it and keep streaming.

                                        It's the smart decision.

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                                        • #21
                                          I have left Directv after umpteen years. Whenever NFL Ticket was awarded to them I was a subscriber. I was paying $160 a month for a bunch of channels I never watch, and I have zero premium channels with them.

                                          I made the move to YouTube TV after the other thread about the NFL Ticket was posted. I now save roughly $88 a month from Directv, and have every single channel I want for only $72 mo.

                                          Do the math, I’m saving $88 x 12= $1056 a yr. I think I can pay $250 for The Ticket on YouTube.

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                                        • #22
                                          One other thing about saving money. I just dumped Spectrum cable internet service after many years also because their service is now up to $80 a mo, and I own the modem! It’s also an old “grandfathered” plan that is pretty slow: 65 mps download speed & 5.5 mps upload speed. I will say though that it was fast enough to stream Netflix w/o any problems.

                                          Anyway, I’m sick of Spectrum so I stumbled upon T-Mobile’s 5G home internet plan for $50 a month. And that’s not an introductory price, that’s a locked in price (they say). There is no equipment fees as they mail you a modem/router for free, nor any contracts. It’s also waaay faster than my cable: 225 mps download & 45 MPs upload. What a difference!

                                          Getting hosed by cable or DSL internet? Go to T-Mobile’s website and put your address in to find out if it’s in your area. And no, I don’t work for them, I just can vouch for it.

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                                          • #23
                                            further disclosures could show that the talks with Apple failed because Apple wanted to make the package significantly cheaper for consumers. The plaintiffs in the Sunday Ticket antitrust litigation essentially are arguing that the league has withheld documents that would show Apple wasn’t selected due to its plan to offer the package for less than consumers have been paying.It has been suggested that Sunday Ticket can’t be offered at a significantly lower price, due to the NFL’s contracts with CBS and Fox. Beyond the price of the full package, Apple might have wanted to allow consumers to buy Sunday Ticket for all games of only one team, or one week or game at a time.

                                            As it stands, Sunday Ticket continues to be an all-or-nothing proposition. One large, flat fee for everything. If you only want Packers games, you have to take the rest. If you only want certain weeks, you have to take them all.

                                            Regardless of the outcome of the pending case, a potential P.R. disaster is looming for the league, if/when fans realize the lengths to which the “football is family” crowd has gone to make it unreasonably more expensive for families across the country to watch only the out-of-market games they want to see.

                                            If, for example, the NFL could have gotten the same money from Apple for Sunday Ticket and consumers could have gotten the games for less, that’s about as bad of a look as the NFL could have to some of its most rabid and loyal customers.

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                                            • #24
                                              Originally posted by GoneFishin' View Post
                                              No $upris$e

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                                              • #25
                                                I refuse to put money in the league’s pocket after it went political.

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