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Directv New Customer Offer for Fall 2012

bbixler 520 July 19, 2012 at 03:21 AM in Services (4) More Direct TV Deals
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NEW CUSTOMERS ONLY.

Directv double savings event. Lock in 2 years of savings on every package. 24 month contract. ETF of $480 reduces by $20 after each month of service.

Offer Expires to December 5, 2012

directv.com or call 1-800-507-4045

Entertainment Package - $29.99 for 12 months. $44.99 for 2nd 12 months. $54.99 regular price. Free HBO, Showtime, Starz, and Cinemax for 3 months. Free HD DVR and 3 HD Receivers. Free HD service with HD DVR and auto bill pay. Free standard installation.

Choice - $34.99 for 12 months. $53.99 for 2nd 12 months. $63.99 regular price. Free HBO, Showtime, Starz, and Cinemax for 3 months. Free HD DVR and 3 HD Receivers. Free HD service with HD DVR and auto bill pay. Free standard installation. Free Sunday Ticket MAX for 2012!

Choice Xtra - $39.99 for 12 months. $58.99 for 2nd 12 months. $68.99 regular price. Free HBO, Showtime, Starz, and Cinemax for 3 months. Free HD DVR and 3 HD Receivers. Free HD service with HD DVR and auto bill pay. Free standard installation. Free Sunday Ticket MAX for 2012!

Choice Ultimate - $44.99 for 12 months. $64.99 for 2nd 12 months. $74.99 regular price. Free HBO, Showtime, Starz, and Cinemax for 3 months. Free HD DVR and 3 HD Receivers. Free HD service with HD DVR and auto bill pay. Free standard installation. Free Sunday Ticket MAX for 2012!

Premier - $89.99 for 12 months. $109.99 2nd 12 months. $119.99 regular price. Free HD DVR and 3 HD Receivers. Free HD service with HD DVR and auto bill pay. Free standard installation. Free Sunday Ticket MAX for 2012!

DIRECTV CINEMA™ Connection Kit included with all packages, free.

Whole Home DVR service $10 per month.

Additional receiver fee, after 1st, of $6 each.

On top of these national offers you can stack many other deals. You may only use ONE of the below additional offers on top of the national offer.

Get a $200 Costco cash card if you order through Costco. cw.directv.com

Save $10 for 20 months by ordering through AAA. Call 1-800-370-3578.

Get a $150 Best Buy gift card if you activate service and spend $399 or more at Best Buy. bestbuy.directv.com

You may also stack the Directv referral discount. Use an existing Direct TV customer as your referral and you and the referral will each save $10 for 10 months. You must order service through the specific means above and then prior to your installation date call 877-848-4623 with your referral account to have them add this discount. You cannot order through the referral line and then call for the Costco, AAA, or Best Buy deal. You can however stack the referral discount and the Costco discount easily by completing your order online.

Any questions, please ask. Numerous posters on this board have Directv and there have been numerous money saving threads on here as well. Directv is one of the easier companies to get discounts and perks through.

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#1186
My dads install was on the 17th, and he got his Costco card on the 3rd. Pretty quick!
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#1187
i am on month 15 of the 2 year agreement. It is expensive now, anyone have any luck of them lowering rates now? Or any competitors that would pay your early termination fee?
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#1188
anyone have any luck of them reducing the bill before your 2 yr agreement is up? I am on month 16 of the 2 year agreement. Or is there any competitor that pays your early termination fee?
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Quote from wfumike View Post :
anyone have any luck of them reducing the bill before your 2 yr agreement is up? I am on month 16 of the 2 year agreement. Or is there any competitor that pays your early termination fee?
Tons of deals here...........

http://slickdeals.net/f/140292-DirecTV-customers-Free-offers-to-stay-with-DirecTV?v=1
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Quote from wfumike View Post :
anyone have any luck of them reducing the bill before your 2 yr agreement is up? I am on month 16 of the 2 year agreement. Or is there any competitor that pays your early termination fee?
Yes, of course, almost all SD customers call after Month 12 and play the script - get retentions, ask about ETF, use a sob story, and get new credits/rebates/pricing. Play CSR roulette as needed. Repeat every 6-12 months.
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Quote from Iron_Chin View Post :
My dads install was on the 17th, and he got his Costco card on the 3rd. Pretty quick!
My install was on the 1st Dec. and I got my card today! shake head
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What sort of verification do they do? I just canceled DTV and will use Uverse for the next 6 months at $59/mo. Plan to then switch back to DTV under a relative's name.
I don't think you'll have any trouble as long as you canceled before signing up under someone else's name. But, don't they do a credit check? Won't your relative's name show up with a different address?

Our new equipment was working nicely until about two weeks ago. Now it seems like we have to reset the receiver every second or third time we turn on the tv. Sometimes the receiver is fine but the small secondary Genies can't find the main server, and that also requires a reset.
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#1193
I have a "hypothetical" question for all you experts on pinching pennies.

I have a relative who lives nearby who has a directv dish installed. Can I loan them a receiver from my house, and have them be able to watch the same programming as I have on it when in my house?

A related question...If I purchase NBA League Pass in an account located in another state, could I by borrowing a Directv receiver from that account, be able to pick up Houston Rocket games that are blacked out on directv in this area? (The same problem exists for Laker games in Los Angeles)

In short, how would Directv know that the receiver/smart card is not located where it was when it was activated?

Would such sharing be considered the same as cable theft of signal?
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Quote from bgammill View Post :
I have a "hypothetical" question for all you experts on pinching pennies.

I have a relative who lives nearby who has a directv dish installed. Can I loan them a receiver from my house, and have them be able to watch the same programming as I have on it when in my house?

A related question...If I purchase NBA League Pass in an account located in another state, could I by borrowing a Directv receiver from that account, be able to pick up Houston Rocket games that are blacked out on directv in this area? (The same problem exists for Laker games in Los Angeles)

In short, how would Directv know that the receiver/smart card is not located where it was when it was activated?

Would such sharing be considered the same as cable theft of signal?
Yes, they could watch the same programming package as you have. Directv doesn't know where the receiver/smart card is located but it is against their terms to do this. If you have service and use receivers at two locations (like a vacation home/hunting cabin) you are only supposed to use one location at a time. The only issue you would run into is being out of the spotbeam for locals but if the other house is close that shouldn't be an issue. That should work for the NBA games as well...but I'm not 100% on that one.
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Yes, they could watch the same programming package as you have. ...
Carrying the receiver to someone else's house sounds like a lot of trouble. If they have internet access and don't care about live TV, you could use your DirecTV password at their house to watch TV on a phone, tablet, or computer. Or, a Slingbox would let them see whatever you're watching on your tv.

If they don't have internet access, the DirecTV Nomad (or something like the Hauppauge 1212 HD-PVR) would allow you to copy shows from your DVR to an iPad or computer.
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#1196
Is this deal officially dead, or is there a new one that replaced the one that ended on 12/5/12? My TWC two year contract ends on 12/31 of this year, and I'm looking ahead so that I'm ready to to switch. Is there a "New Customer Offer for Winter 2012"? Any and all info is appreciated. Thanks
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Quote from xxxsdesdexxx View Post :
Is this deal officially dead, or is there a new one that replaced the one that ended on 12/5/12? My TWC two year contract ends on 12/31 of this year, and I'm looking ahead so that I'm ready to to switch. Is there a "New Customer Offer for Winter 2012"? Any and all info is appreciated. Thanks
New one replaced it, essentially the same except of course no NFL Sunday Ticket.
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#1198
Winter thread has been created.........Please continue discussions there so we keep the thread clean.

http://slickdeals.net/f/5678506-Directv-New-Customer-Offer-for-Winter-2012?v=1
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