YouTube TV is Giving Away Chromecasts with Google TV to Select Subscribers




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YouTube TV has a special offer for loyal customers. If you’re a YouTube TV subscriber, be sure to check your email. You might have a message from the streaming service offering you a free Chromecast with Google TV.

“We wanted to say thanks and offer you, a longtime friend of YouTube TV, a new Chromecast with Google TV – on us,” the email says. “With the new Chromecast, you can level up your YouTube TV experience with features like a homepage that makes YouTube TV recommendations based on shows you like, as well as a voice remote to quickly jump to your favorites.”

Each message is exclusive to the recipient, so codes can’t be shared with others. If you’re one of the lucky cord cutters to get the offer, act fast. The offer must be redeemed by December 31.

Those with a family account will only be eligible for one device per account. Those who paused or cancelled their account at any time from June 1, 2018 to December 10, 2020 are ineligible

YouTube TV costs $64.99 per month after a free trial. With your subscription you’ll get over 85 live streaming channels including locals, ESPN, Discovery, Disney, NFL Network, and more.

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