Did You Get the DIRECTV NOW $35 Promo Deal? You Need to Check Your Payment Method




Did you get in on the DIRECTV NOW $35 a month promotional offer before it ended? If so, you better double check to make sure your payment method is valid.

If your payment method is no longer valid you may lose the $35 a month 100-channel deal. Yes, a missed payment means you no longer will be grandfathered into the $35 a month 100-channel deal.

It seems several readers who took the deal where you prepay for 3 months of DIRECTV NOW had their payment method change and lost the deal.

This is not only a warning for anyone who got the free Apple TV if they prepaid but also to anyone who had the now expired $35 a month promotional deal. If you miss a payment you will lose the $35 promo rate.

The following are the current rates for DIRECTV NOW packages:

  • Live a Little: 60+ channels: $35 a month
  • Just Right: 80+ channels: $50 a month
  • Go Big: 100+ channels: $60 a month
  • Gotta Have It: 120+ channels: $70 a month

So make sure to tell anyone you know who has the $35 promo deal.

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