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We Are Giving Away a FREE Fire TV, TERK Antenna, Along With Gift Cards to Sling TV, Hulu, & Netflix


Giveaway! Today we are giving away a great cord cutting kit for new or current cord cutters. In this kit, you will find a 2nd generation Fire TV with 4K and a TERK Trinity indoor antenna. Now the Fire TV is a great device but it is even better with something to watch on it so we are including a $25 Hulu gift card, a $30 Netflix gift card, and a $25 Sling TV gift card.

A little bit more about the Fire TV:

  • Amazon Fire TV supports 4K Ultra HD for true-to-life picture quality. Watch high-definition 1080p streams on Amazon Video, Netflix, YouTube, Hulu and more, even without a 4K TV.
  • Enjoy over 15,000 apps, games, and Alexa skills including access to over 300,000 TV episodes and movies on Netflix, Amazon Video, HBO NOW, Hulu, and more.
  • Launch and control content with the included Alexa Voice Remote. Simply say, “Play Game of Thrones” or “Launch Netflix” and Alexa will respond instantly. Plus, play music, find movie show times, order a pizza, and more—just ask.
  • Find the best way to watch with universal search results from over 140 channels and apps including Netflix, Showtime, and Amazon Video
  • Includes 75% more processing power than the previous generation Amazon Fire TV, a dedicated graphics engine, better Wi-Fi support, 2 GB of memory, 8 GB of storage and expandable storage of up to 200 GB

How to enter the giveaway:

Log in via email or Facebook to the entry widget below and do at least one of the following things to enter. The more you do, the more chances you get!

  • Visit and like the Cord Cutters News Facebook page
  • Visit and join the Cord Cutting Tech Support Facebook Group
  • [email protected] on Twitter
  • Tweet a message about the giveaway on Twitter
  • Sign up for the Cord Cutters Club Weekly newsletter
  • Sign up for the Cord Cutting Daily newsletter
  • Or leave a comment on the giveaway through the giveaway block below

To enter the giveaway please make sure to use the Rafflecopter giveaway block at the bottom of this post. (After you enter the giveaway maybe think of a friend who wants to be a cord cutter and send them a link to the giveaway.)

The contest ends at 11:59 pm Eastern on July 24th 2017 so make sure to enter soon! (Open to residents of the United States.)

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  • Alex Simson

    Please pick me! I have a chrome cast but I’d love a fire tv to have a set top to use!!! Thanks!!

  • Soyntgo4it

    Oh boy I need a new one mines on the fritz.

  • David Washburn

    I hope I win this prize!!!! Please!!!

  • Richard Ashbaugh

    I cut the cord to save money.

  • Jared Hamilton

    I think I should win this prize!

  • Ricky Inman

    I hope I win!

  • Branden Brown

    After getting laid off we needed to save money. This was a great first step.

  • they keep raising the prices and taxes fios. they give you discounts the first 2 years or 3 then after that they go for your wallet

  • Karen Bauer

    Just became a cord cutter recently…love it!

  • David

    Nice prize package!

  • Cooper McChester

    Cord Cutter News was a big help in making the decision to cut. It showed me that I was not alone in needing to save money, it also gave me alot of info on how to do this….

  • Mark Sloat

    Stream away I say!!

  • Micheal Kirke

    I am glad to be a Cord Cutter; I just wish Sling Tv would give me ABC, CBS, NBC and The CW! The substations I like (Buzzr, Antenna, MeTv) all come in great via antenna).

  • Travelguy2

    Our numbers are growing…thanks for the sweeps chance.

  • Taylor Cerimele

    Got rid of DirecTV and started streaming Playstation Vue. Best decision I have made so far in 2017! Looking forward to football season to see how well live college football streams. I am really glad I found this site! Lots of good info daily!

  • Lee

    Great job. Doubt I’ll win but you never know

  • Kim Maloney

    Best of luck to all!

  • Anthony Nguyen

    What a great service to keep updated on all the latest in cutting the cord. Got Tablo after reading about it here. Using SlingTV for my news station and saving a ton of money!

  • got tired of being screwed over by comcast

  • Brett Hall

    Might have to try the Netflix 4K content if I win.

  • Brian Nelson

    Cost was the driving factor to my becoming a cord cutter.

  • rosalyn221

    Haven’t cut the cord yet, but working on the details.

  • Robert Clark

    It would be nice to win the fire tv box, then I can really cut the cord.

  • Zero_me

    I could use the gift cards ad the antenna, definitely.

  • Cindy Tomamichel

    Great giveaway! I hope I win!

  • Cindy Tomamichel

    We cut the cord because we finally got tired of paying such high prices to watch tv.

  • Justin Ingraham

    Switched from Comcast to PS Vue because of the rising prices. Couldn’t keep paying $20 to 30 more every year or two. Not to mention, out of the hundreds of channels they have, I only watched about 10-15. Saved a lot switching and have been much happier ever since.

  • Greg Sellers

    Pick me! 😉

  • ROSSIE TAYLOR

    This would be an awesome price to win hope I win this

  • gmantb

    stupid fees is why im sick of cable

  • Darby Hill

    Doing my research. I think I am ready to cut the cord! The giveaway would help!

  • Donald Pappas

    I’d like the Fire Tv for my mother-in-law’s room!

  • Rik Deering

    Thanks for keeping it fun with all of the five aways!

  • I suppose I became a cord cutter in order to watch what I wanted to watch when I wanted to watch it without using a box rented from the cable company.

  • Nick

    Sick of the price hikes

  • Sean Berends

    I was tired of the high cost of cable and all of the little extra fees and taxes they tack on.

  • michele

    The final straw with me was when my bill went up and they took away channels all in the same month!

  • Adam Kenney

    I was tired of paying 110 a month for cable, now all my costs is 35 a month.

  • Marlene Stockard

    I am not quite a cord cutter. More of a cord whittler. I called to cancel Uverse TV and took advantage of the promo they offered. When it expires I will cut the cord if they don’t have another great deal.

  • Jason Byrd

    Way to much money and plenty to see with OTT services

  • Richie Webb

    The price kept going up no matter who you would switch to.

  • Amy Vantine Martin

    The price Was getting too high for the content.

  • BrianH1972

    I am now with DTVN having been so since day 1 of their launch. I stuck it out with their repeated failures early on but they seem to have settled in nicely as of now. I have tried SLING PSVue and DTVNow as well as a brief trial with HULU’s live streaming.

    I am very happy with DTVNow. I only need them to get ATT Sports Net so I can watch the Astros.

  • IlliniMick

    I was just tired of the 2-year commitment needed to get a decent price. Also, I hated all the extra fees, $5 for this, $10 for that. Dropped cable TV almost 3 months ago and enjoy the flexibility of OTT streaming services. It’s been an enjoyable summer hobby trying out different services.

  • Barcthespark

    My breaking point with DIRECTV was the fact that every single year the price would go up and every single time I would drop either equipment or channels to offset the price increase. Once I reached the bottom of my plan/equipment without losing must have channels and could no longer offset the price increase I was out of there.

  • Bobette Kyle

    I have long been frustrated with the rising costs–it is so time consuming to *not* pay outrageous fees. Plus, you always pay more than advertised. When I discovered Sling has Fox Sports I quit Spectrum TV in a heartbeat.

  • Comeon man

    Cable’s f******* attitude.

  • grumpytner

    When we moved here from up north, I chose Charter with Internet and all Premium channels. Telephone wasn’t available at the time. Promotion price was low, but after a year prices climbed dramatically. i dropped all premium channels save Showtime; then cable started creeping towards $180/month. That was it; January 2015 I cancelled cable, bought router/modem, ClearStream 2V antenna, two Roku 2 plus Roku stick. Also got Hulu, Netflix , Sling TV, etc. Went from $180 to $110/month.

  • PS

    Save the money

  • Carrol Andrews

    Been a CC for 7 years now…don’t miss one thing about being ripped-off. Thanks for the contest.

  • Kitty Krash

    I just started looking into cord cutting recently, because I found out Spectrum is going to jack up my price again soon, this time an extra $30 per month. I just can’t afford it. So now I’m almost ready. I just need to save up for an antenna and a magic jack for the phone part. And then I’ll be ready.

  • AaronMichael

    Cutting the cord next month that. This would be the perfect gift to get started!

  • Craig W

    Every year the charges went up until it was as much as a car loan payment. “It stops TODAY!” I told myself.

  • Chris C.

    I visit this site daily. I have a problem. Love the giveaways though!

  • Nona Bouwes

    Spectrum took over for TW. First month up $20, next month another $20, then another $10 the following month. We decided to cut the cord and couldn’t be happier!

  • Gregg Boedeker

    calling Comcast every 6 months when the rates went up got boring…and the discounts for getting transferred to the customer retention line got less….

  • Lori Rowland

    The cable bills were getting out of hand. We had all the channels in the world and nothing to watch! Now we watch whatever we want, when we want and pay a fraction of the price!

  • Jon Inman

    The monthly bill was too high!

  • John Burgess

    I switched due to high bills and having to call every few months to get the best price….gets old real quick.

  • KBR1NK

    Pricing was way to high. Tired of paying for rental boxes for multiple rooms.

  • Bayou Runners (HD)

    The Price!! Shelling out over $150 a month for channels I never watch was the breaking point!

  • Ken Haynes

    I was tired of the high cost of cable & went to DirecTV. They jacked up my rates worse than the cable company. I’m done! TiVo OTA, Hulu & Netflix give me all, I need, except CBS all access for Star trek in the fall. Ugh.

  • Jessie Mack Farr

    I got tried of the charges kept on going up so I said there has to be a cheaper or free way to watch tv….

  • ClickClick

    My Comcast Cable/Internet bill is higher than my electric bill.

  • Kolok

    I got tired of paying $100+ a month.

  • rrnyc1

    The high prices for stuff I never watch.

  • famewolf

    My local cable company are idiots and they have a monopoly on our area.

  • Patti Roper

    My breaking point with cable TV was when my monthly bill nearly doubled & without notice. I couldn’t believe it…it made me feel like I was being robbed.

  • Dan Dykstra

    I like to pick what and when I want to watch something. The price difference is huge and I despise commercials.

  • Chris Snyder

    Prices go up, channels stay the same.

  • Lauren

    The big push for me to buy out my contract was the constant raising of prices. I have had PlayStation Vue for almost a year now and am having flashbacks. The good thing this time is I have no contract to buy out. I understand they keep getting more channels but, I do not necessarily want those channels.

  • Crissie Woolard

    Sick and tired of paying ridiculous prices but having nothing to watch

  • Debra London

    When I last moved I couldn’t deal with the hassle of signing up for cable so I just decided to skip it and use streaming services and an antenna; never looked back.

  • Eric Beagles

    Cablevision was greedy.

  • Andrew Ruscil

    So done with cable

  • Home Run Phil

    I needed a break from so many channels, and so after a few months without them, I realized I don’t really need more than a few, and could do without the rest, and save the extra money for something else.

  • Skip Rose

    I enjoy this website very much

  • Larry Glaser

    I was tired of being robbed by the cable tv companies. They steal from us!

  • whiterat

    Tired of paying for dozens of channels I would never watch.

  • marcicornelius

    the cost

  • susiegalore

    I am just so tired of their customer service, or lack there of. I wound up switching from Verizon to Brighthouse because of it, and now Brighthouse is even worse!!!! I need to cut the cord!!!!!

  • Sigmund (*The Deplorable)

    So tired of paying the insane cable companies prices. They have a monopoly in my area!

  • jless

    I became a cord cutter, because of the always rising cost and declining customer service, also the terrible way they force you to a package with many useless channels to get the few you want! I only regret I didn’t do it earlier!

  • BD

    There is no set price. Depending on what day you call or chat online and whom you get and how hard you persist or just get lucky on the first get go, the price and packages you can get will always vary. This applies to all services and is so lame.

  • annms

    I had to cut cable because i Moved 1000miles away and have no income while waiting on surgery and med attn so my family won a 4k ultra tv and they cannot get cable or afford it we have bad reception in these moutains we are trying HULU and Amazon tv but we sure could use this box to help family who are turning 75 and 80 to learn how to use it easier thank u for the chance..

  • Hoffman

    I am going to move into my own place soon and will be a cord cutter.

  • Phil Birkhimer

    My bill kept going higher, just not worth it anymore!!

  • Vickie

    My de-cording came when all I was getting was internet at my house, $35 a month, but then it jumped to $72! Crazy and I was only allowed to stream what I paid extra for. Now my new internet is great, I got a discounted price of $10 for life! I am able to sign up with whatever channels I want also. Score! No more cable bills!

  • imwithstoopid

    I’m not (yet) a cord cutter as I’m not sure just how these (boxes) work without a “cord”. I see a number of them but nothing really substantial. This is, more than likely because most, if not all, of you understand the ways and means.

    Please direct me to some real place that’s giving full information and not just a shill trying to get me to buy something, I don’t mean this site by he way.
    Everything on this site is directed to those that already know how “cord cutting” works. Thanks.

    • Ohh… It’s not going to be easy for you if you have a slow Internet connection and bad antenna reception. We’d be better able to help you if we knew how slow it is though. Typically, a good rule of thumb is to have at least 5Mbps per member of the household.

      I honestly believe that some of the best beginner resources are from companies that have relevant products (or services). (I happen to use them myself.) You just have to keep in mind that there are alternatives and so don’t want to buy from them before you explore some more.
      http://store.gomohu.com/cordcutting-101-digital-hd-tv-antenna-basics
      https://www.roku.com/how-it-works
      http://untangle.tv/home
      https://cordcutter.plex.tv/

      When you have questions/doubts about anything, ask questions. Plenty of people have tried cutting the cord without doing enough research first and have been rather unpleasantly surprised by some issue or other.

      • imwithstoopid

        Thanks for the info, much appreciated.
        Did see the name Pluto come up and did a search.
        I read what I could find and decided to that the plunge.
        Gee, for a “free” program / app it was surprisingly decent for what it offered and it worked fairly well. Too bad they can’t get locals, but are a nice adjunct to my lowest cost Dish that gives me HD locals and others. Heck it even has an Anime channel.
        Hopefully it will get more stuff.
        Oh yeah, lots of commercials, so what else is new.
        Speed ping dwn 3.65 – up 1.6
        ATT on IPVanish.

        • You weren’t exaggerating, that _is_ slow. That’s so slow you have to keep in mind what devices on your home network might be running updates while idle and browsing the Web while watching videos isn’t much of an option (unless you limit your videos to so called “standard definition” — “old standard” is a better name now).

          If you’re looking for local news, try seeing if any of your local stations have joined NewsOn or have their own Roku channel or FireTV app. Otherwise, you’ll have to pay to get access to that.

          I recommend you check out what DVDs your local public libraries have; they’re often great for free DVD “rentals”. And it may be worth watching deal sites for free Redbox rental codes, if there’s any convenient locations near you. Also you might want to consider using Netflix’s DVD-by-mail rental service to access more content without streaming it. Renting Blu-ray discs probably still costs extra though (and you might not have a Blu-ray player).

          • imwithstoopid

            Thanks, I’ll make do. Pluto seems good to go.

  • George Shiflett

    got tired of high prices and bundles so cutting the cord was the best way ,to go

  • Logan

    Appreciate this site…keep up the good work

  • Joan Bond

    With Comcast if you drop TV the Internet costs more…makes me furious!

  • Adrian Ojeda

    love cord cutting and the fact that I like different options

  • chromiumman (at) mail (dot)com

    i cut the cord when i saw how easy a friend had it without cable, and had him set up a system for me

  • Renee Roberta Nash

    I was trying to cut the cord back in 2012. I was watching more and more and more content online. The only reason that I had DirecTV was because of my dear old dad living with me. In his 90s, he could figure out the remote for the DVR tuner, but just barely. When he died in 2014, I finished out the month and went to basic until the contract ran out. At one time, we were paying $170/month for sat tv. I like things the way they are, with Over The Air Broadcast TV for FREE and watching stuff online. YAY!!

  • elizabeth m

    I want to be a cord cutter because every single month I get my bill from Verizon it goes up 1-2.00. In addition we are paying over 200 a month and do not even have any premium channels.

  • Kelli A

    The price, poor customer service, the number of channels that I didn’t watch.

  • Robert W.

    I am in process of still trying to cut cord with Comcast, every time I moved it reset my contract agreement. My partner and I only watch 2 of the many channels.

  • jwilker2

    We finally cut the cord, with DirectTvNow atm and I swear our service is better than with AT&T UVerse for a $100 less per month.

  • Timothy Rowan

    The last 2 apartments I rented did not have cable hookups in the bedrooms, only in the living room. Easiest way to get TV in all the bedrooms was cutting the cord. If I do move into an apartment with cable hookups in other rooms, I’ll still use my PSVue, cheaper and better than cable for sure!

  • Wendy

    Thank you for the great tips, tricks and offers!

  • Tony Cruz

    The bill was becoming outrageously expensive!!!!

  • Kyle Tweed

    Slowly making the shift. Just trying to get rest of household used to new ways of watching TV/Movies.

  • Amy

    I just can’t justify paying what I do for cable. I feel like it is a total rip off for what I receive, and I could be spending my money on better things! So many of my friends and family members are cutting the cord, which inspired me to do the same!

  • Joel Merritt

    I would really like the whole package

  • Dan Bu

    The best day to cut the cord was yesterday!

  • Tawney Mazek

    I’ve never had satellite or cable tv – so technically I’m not a cord cutter I guess – but once we got dsl (just enough to watch things) we we able to access Amazon and Google Play, etc so for us it’s more not less.

  • Libertatem Bellator

    The more options I try, the better my cord-cutting experience will be! Cable-free since last year and damn effing proud of it too!

  • Kimberly Yager

    Thanks for a marvelous give away AND the great info from the blog, FB, Twitter, newsletter etc!

  • hochoch

    to save money of course! screw big cable!!!

  • Patricia Blair Alner

    I love the savings and better quality that I receive from cord cutting. I have plenty of my favorite content to watch an enjoy the flexibility of watching on any device. I love being cable free and will never go back! I am kinda bummed about PSV increasing their prices. I just hope that it isn’t a trend to put my bill back where it was.

  • donrull

    After years of Comcast not charging what they promised, I finally ditched them. Someday Comcast will get what’s coming to them.

  • Matt Nakamura

    Cordcutting is an adjustment for my family but enough training and showing them the bottom line of savings, it’s definitely doable. Thanks for all your great info!

  • Missy Penick

    Now I’m used to cord cutting I will never look back! I don’t get all the negs about SlingTV either, I love it!

  • Linda Idies

    I am sick of the cable and internet TV service always rasing the price. Comcast had tax hikes every month

  • Jay Peters

    Just didn’t want to sign up with Comcast.

  • Comeon man

    mine

  • John McClane

    Good luck everyone!

  • Vincent

    Woo Hoo! Another giveaway!!!

  • Andrew Ruscil

    please 🙂

  • John Burgess

    love the giveaways…now, if i could actually win one…lol.

  • Cenarl

    My bill just became too high with taxes, fees + base cost after the 1 year discount was up haha.

  • Doug Roberson

    I love cord cutting. FIGHT THE POWER!

  • Mike McDonald

    We’re getting close to a truly open marketplace for content consumption but not quite there yet. True alacarte selection should be the ideal but the content owners refuse to play along.

  • Mike D

    Wonder whivh service will move to the front of the pack!

  • Stewie Stewart

    became a cord cutter

  • SlowingYourCommute

    Primarily I was unsatisfied with the DVRs offered by the cable/satellite companies. I also don’t watch enough cable shows to justify the prices (does anyone?).

  • Steve Fornshell

    cable/satellite is too expensive!

  • Kate Rawstron

    We cut the cord b/c we felt like we were paying too much $$ for stuff we didn’t watch.

  • Tanya Lee Mattson

    Haven’t had cable in years and certainly don’t want to start NOW

  • Elle

    Cable is very expensive in my area.

  • Although cable is expensive, cord cutting would result in a loss of content and would require access to multiple streaming services and a reliable internet connection.

    • I would challenge you to give it a try. I think you will find with services like Sling, PS Vue, and DIRECTV NOW you will get all the content cable has to offer cheaper. Add it services like Netflix and Hulu to get even more content than what cable could ever offer.

      Also internet is really not a issue.

      • Peyton L. King-Clegg

        Can you please tell me how Internet is not an issue when it is needed to watch Sling, Roku, Netflix and other services? Is there something else out there than the cable companies?

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  • Jason Hardy

    After Charter finished off its acquisition of TWC, the quality of the TV service went down the toilet. My DVR didn’t record about half of the shows it should have. Many other people in the are also began having similar issues. They tried to say that it was due to equipment, but when all devices throughout the house and the neighborhood have the same issue, I tend to call BS on that. I got tired of it and canceled TV service (which was much more expensive under “Spectrum”) and switched to VUE.

  • CTask

    Rising costs and fees NEED TO STOP!

  • Mary Robling Meadows

    You get a good deal the 1st year with cable then the 2nd year the price doubles or triples!

  • Mary La Nette O’Donnell

    For years I have paid for a service that I can only get 14th of what I pay for!! No more TWC/Spectrum

  • Ruben Robles

    Couple of years ago I moved from Iowa, where I’d been using Satellite TV for years, to Denver area. Before moving and as a mission to simplify I started using just a TV antenna … from there the cord was cut and I will never look back at having long term commitments for my entertainment …

  • Judy Neff Blevins

    I wanted to get my expensives down, so I cut cable.

  • Nick Van Nocker

    I am just starting to make the transition to becoming a cord cutter and this website has been fantastic in helping me learn about what is going on in the industry. Thanks!

  • Brandon Wiggins

    With the amount of money we were forking over each month, cutting the cord was a no brainer and we haven’t looked back since 2014.

  • Teresa Taylor

    Just retired and need to get busy finding a cord cutting solution to save money. Just starting to do my research!

  • Lee Duncklee

    Just “cut the cord” this monday. it is so different. hope it all works out.

  • So How

    I started cord cutting because of the high price of cable. You get a deal and it’s not that bad, but once that deal ends your stuck switching from company to company. We are saving over $2k a year and with your website we stay in the know for cord cutters – Thank you!

  • ChelleBear

    I hated paying for channels I didn’t want just to get the ones I did want. And then flipping through 100+ channels to find there was never anything good on! And then the cable box would reboot in the middle of me watching a show, or lose my recordings. The box would go out in bad weather, like it thought it was satellite or something! Ridiculous! One box shorted out and killed my tv. I got reimbursement for it, but it was a ridiculous hassle. That’s all over now! Saving $90 a month and I get most everything over the air. What I don’t get from my antenna, I find in apps. I’m happy now. But I want a TiVo Romeo!

  • Rick Bell

    I got tired of Comcast and DirecTV jacking up my rates! I used to play the switch game and go back and forth between the two… Not anymore!

  • mdleslie

    What is the best service to get BeIn Sports and NFL Network? Sling?

  • loop6719

    The cost/value of cable tv for what I watched

  • flahan

    On my way to cutting the cord.

  • ClickClick

    Comcast is the worst. My bill is ridiculously high.

  • L Leinonen

    I’m very close now to becoming a cord cutter, just need to find an internet source and I’m set! So looking forward to paying less.

  • jennifer christensen

    very happy that we became cord cutters, saving money and watching what we want when we want.

  • Rust

    My breaking point was the $100+ per month (absolutely insane) and the shady practices of the cable company. To add insult to injury, THEY get to decide which channels I have access to — not me. I’m a news watcher but there is no more *news* anymore, it’s all commentary and feels like propaganda, No more.

  • Derek Anderson

    Gotta get off the cable company’s leash and pay for what I want! Not what they want me to get.

  • JenH

    I just took the plunge today and cancelled my Charter TV package because it was just too damned expensive for the handful of channels we watch! Plus, the DVR prices and fees are just ridiculous! OTA TV and our Roku should suffice, I hope!

  • Diane Elizabeth

    My cable bill jumped to 120 a month for just basic channels. I bought a roku, added unlimited data to my internet plan and I’m paying 55 a month now. My biggest regret is removing the “eyesore” tv tower when I bought this house.. I would definitely be using that right now.

  • Leslie Davis

    I’m on disability so it’s not a cost I can justify spending.

  • Zach McIntosh

    I love bing a cord cutter, partly because I can keep up with all the latest through Cord Cutters News. Thanks for another great giveaway!

  • Joseph Nicewander

    There’s so many different ways to access content that’s cheaper than what these companies try to charge. I’m currently using DirectTV Now and it’s working pretty well, plus the ability to add HBO for $5 is pretty awesome!

  • Jay Smith

    I’m so tired of the constantly rising cost and declining quality of cable with frequent outages and “weekly tests” breaking into my favorite shows and movies. Go Roku !! Cut That Cord, People !!

  • Maggie Ewain

    Became a cord cutter long time ago due to increasing costs and limited options.

  • konvajw

    Flexibility and variety. Still waiting on more local sports stations to be streamed though to fully cut the cord.

  • Can’t wait to try Youtube TV and Hulu TV (waiting for availability/the right promo offer)

  • Judy328

    I cut the cord when I got really mad at the cable company. Got a smart tv, great, but not so great in the app department. I got a Roku, and will never go back to cable

  • Dawana Newton

    We have cut the cord because the price just keep rising, the price rose within 2 months of getting our bundle package, then again a few more times, then when Spectrum bought out TWC our price raised another 25 dollars and when I called to inquire about it, the lady said there was nothing cheaper that in fact in two months my price would jump another $100 dollars when the contract run out..

  • Bianca Munoz

    I want to become a cord cutter! It would help a lot in our household!

  • Chris Chapman

    I’ve been a cord cutter for nearly 4 years now and never looked back. Love the cost-savings, all of the different options in the package selections (though true a la carte would be preferable!) and can’t wait for 5g to finally release me from Comcast’s grip!

  • Jack Black

    I’m in, I moving out of traditional cable service area towards the end of the year so I’m going to need this!

  • Larry Glaser

    Everything a cord cutter could need! This is the most complete giveaway prize combination I’ve ever seen. Good luck to everyone. I really would love to win this one.

  • Dan Dahlstrom

    I became a cord cutter because cable/satellite costs too much money for too many channels I never watched.

  • Zach B

    Rising costs, too many ads, etc.

  • Phyllis L

    Cord cutter for a few years now. im still learning new ways to keep cost down but still be able to watch what I want.

  • bjwanlund

    As someone who has toes in both ponds, I am a cord cutter on the TV I have in my room with a Mohu Curve antenna I won in one of their Super Bowl giveaways (I haven’t won since they and almost everyone else I know went with Rafflecopter). That being said, I live in a place now where I can pretty much pick up any station I want, unless I wanted to upgrade to their new Mohu Leaf Glide, which I am considering but I am NOT holding my breath that I’ll be winning one of the 10 they’re giving away.

  • chtulu21

    I want to become a cord cutter because I’m overpaying for channels I don’t watch.

  • Jeremy Lester

    The breaking point for me was the skyrocketing cost of dtv after the promotional period was up. That and the slightest bit of inclement weather always screwing up the signal was very frustrating.

  • PhancyPheet

    I cut the cable because of slow on demand menus!

  • Cutting the cord was really the best option. I don’t care about the majority of cable channels. If you really want to see something that is not OTA, you can temporarily subscribe to the service that offers it and binge watch, or simple buy it outright from Google or Amazon.

  • Dhaval Shah

    Freedom from cords and save money.

  • I just cut the cord last week. The breaking point was my wifi stopped working and after so much time I thought, I just can’t stand the idea of being with comcast. I was lucky to find another internet provider and that’s when I completely cut the cord. Plus I constantly complained about having nothing to watch on TV! That was another factor! So many stations, so much cost, and I never enjoyed it.

  • Terri Weber

    Love Cord Cutters. We all should cut the cord!

  • steve weber

    I cut the cord because the on demand was super slow!