Do you have DISH for your TV service? You may want to get ready to pay even more. DISH is raising their TV prices by $5 a month on most plans and adding a regional sports fee in markets that still have a regional sports network.
This price hike was first spotted by the Satelliteguys, a website that tracks everything happening in the world of satellite TV. Here is a quick break down of the new pricing on DISH TV plans.
|Package||2020 Price||Increase from 2019|
|America’s Top 120||$72.99||$5.00|
|America’s Top 120+||$77.99||$5.00|
|America’s Top 200||$87.99||$5.00|
|America’s Top 250||$97.99||$5.00|
|America’s Everything Pack||$122.99||$5.00|
|Dish America Silver||$72.99||$5.00|
Package pricing does not include $12/month Local Channels price.
All packages, programming, pricing, surcharges and fees are subject to change. See your agreement for additional details. If you are currently enrolled in a price-lock or the preferred customer offer, your programming will not change and the Regional Sports Surcharge will not be applied until your offer ends. Effective 1/14/20, the price of Welcome Pack for customers who subscribed to it prior to 1/15/19 will be $30.99/month. Package prices do not include $12/month Local Channels price
DISH will also be adding a fee for regional sports networks in markets that still offer them. This means if you have an NBC Sports network, for example, you will be paying up to an additional $3 a month. DISH’s contract with NBC Sports is reportedly coming to an end soon. This new fee may be a way to help cover the cost of the new contract.
This all comes as AT&T, Comcast, and Spectrum are also raising their prices on TV customers. Spectrum’s TV price hike took effect last October. Comcast is raising its price later this week, and AT&T is raising its TV price in January 2020.
You can learn more about the DISH price hike and see what your new Regional Sports Fee will be on DISH’s website HERE.
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