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Select Returning SiriusXM Radio Customers: 5-Years $149, 3-Years

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SiriusXM is offering for select Returning Radio Customers: SiriusXM Music & Entertainment Plan for 3-Years for $99 or 5-Years for $149 when you enter your Radio ID and Account Number in the Offer Page (available offers may vary, not all accounts will be eligible).

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SiriusXM is offering 3-year and 5-year deals for inactive radios, though I'm not sure of the exact details of which radios qualify. Streaming is included in the plans. The plan is the "XM Music & Entertainment" plan.

The 3-year deal is for $99, while the 5-year deal is $149. Each gets the 21.4% royalty fee plus local sales taxes added. Neither plan automatically renews.

This offer came in the mail. It listed my radio ID and an account #, which I plugged in to https://siriusxm.com/3yeardeal.
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MichaelP3 asked this question on 12-03-2021 at 01:17 PM
12-05-2021 at 10:55 AM
This is for the XM Music & Entertainment package.
n0fx asked this question on 12-03-2021 at 02:27 PM
12-05-2021 at 10:56 AM
I believe it's $15.
blinkr asked this question on 12-10-2021 at 10:49 AM

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Royalty fee is a false advertisement scam. No other online music providers charge it. I run as fast as I can once I hear it.
Looking a little further, it appears this offer will only be extended to radios in cars that have not had a subscription for 5 years. So that means that unless your car is a 2015 model or older (considering that most cars with a sirius/xm radio also have a free subscription for a good chunk of time which would have to run out), your car radio is pretty much automatically disqualified from this promotion.
They want new customers to show growth. Obviously you keep renewing so there's no need to send you a discount offer.

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Royalty fee is a false advertisement scam. No other online music providers charge it. I run as fast as I can once I hear it.
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Hmmmmm. I have been getting it for $5 a month, but still active. I may call about this. Does it stay with teh car or can you switch cars?
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No luck here on my inactive radio. YMMV.
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Tried inactive radios from two different cars of mine (one Ford, one Chevrolet FWIW) and neither had this offer available.
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Looking a little further, it appears this offer will only be extended to radios in cars that have not had a subscription for 5 years. So that means that unless your car is a 2015 model or older (considering that most cars with a sirius/xm radio also have a free subscription for a good chunk of time which would have to run out), your car radio is pretty much automatically disqualified from this promotion.
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Looking a little further, it appears this offer will only be extended to radios in cars that have not had a subscription for 5 years. .....
Not really. I just checked my 2014 Honda CRV listed as "No Active Service, Last Service Ended 03/22/2020" and found that it is qualified for the "36 Months for $99.00" or "60 Months for $149.00". I am considering getting the 3 years one.
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SiriusXM is offering 3-year and 5-year deals for inactive radios, though I'm not sure of the exact details of which radios qualify. Streaming is included in the plans. The plan is the "XM Music & Entertainment" plan.

The 3-year deal is for $99, while the 5-year deal is $149. Each gets the 21.4% royalty fee plus local sales taxes added. Neither plan automatically renews.

This offer came in the mail. It listed my radio ID and an account #, which I plugged in to https://siriusxm.com/3yeardeal.
I've seen that offer for older cars, I assume in the hope it won't make it the 3 or 5 years. I started mine last year on an 08 Chevy.
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Really hate how deals are only ever for people who are not customers. Despite my insistence, my wife has continued to be a customer for about 10 years, now. The only deal we ever see is 1 year for about $99, which comes out to be about $120 after fees and taxes.
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Really hate how deals are only ever for people who are not customers. Despite my insistence, my wife has continued to be a customer for about 10 years, now. The only deal we ever see is 1 year for about $99, which comes out to be about $120 after fees and taxes.
They want new customers to show growth. Obviously you keep renewing so there's no need to send you a discount offer.
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What do we use for the Account number? If the unit is inactive, we don't have an account number.
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I've seen that offer for older cars, I assume in the hope it won't make it the 3 or 5 years. I started mine last year on an 08 Chevy.
Does it really matter whether your car makes it 3 or 5 years? It doesn't cost them any more to send signal to 1 million cars than it does 1.5 million cars. They get the money up-front. And now that they offer streaming, even if your car doesn't make it, you can still use the streaming aspect (I listen more to 1st Wave on streaming as I'm hardly ever in the car anymore.).
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Really hate how deals are only ever for people who are not customers. Despite my insistence, my wife has continued to be a customer for about 10 years, now. The only deal we ever see is 1 year for about $99, which comes out to be about $120 after fees and taxes.
It's generally not fun, but if you end up calling their customer service you can talk them in to 6 months for $25-30...problem is you have to do it every 6 months.
edit: they will likely say "We can give you a free month!" but not say that it goes up to a hiked price after. Or even offer a free radio to keep you on.

This thread actually jogged my memory so I logged into my wifes account to see if I can change/chat/cancel through there and it said a better rate was available for 12 months at $60...but for some reason there are like multiple subscriptions now under the account so going to give it a couple days to see if it clears up and then call if not.
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Does it really matter whether your car makes it 3 or 5 years? It doesn't cost them any more to send signal to 1 million cars than it does 1.5 million cars. They get the money up-front. And now that they offer streaming, even if your car doesn't make it, you can still use the streaming aspect (I listen more to 1st Wave on streaming as I'm hardly ever in the car anymore.).
I feel that same way about cable... Smilie
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