How to Get a Free Month of DIRECTV NOW




AT&T has been aggressively offering deals—from free devices to discounts, AT&T has tried it all—to encourage people to be DIRECTV NOW subscribers.

Now AT&T is teaming up with Best Buy to offer a free month of the DIRECTV NOW “Live a Little” package, which typically costs $35 a month. If you buy an Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Roku Premiere, or Google Chromecast you will get a free month of DIRECTV NOW.

It’s not a bad deal, especially when you look at the Google Chromecast for $35.

Now this deal won’t start until Sunday, so don’t run out today. Wait until tomorrow to get the deal. I would assume that this deal will be available online and in stores similar to how Best Buy offered a similar deal for Sling TV.

DIRECTV NOW offers the following packages:

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

You can also get HBO and Cinemax for $5 each or Starz for just $8 a month.

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