YouTube TV is Offering Up to $20 Off Per Month for Your First Three Months


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YouTube TV has been offering $10 off per month for your first three months for quite a while. Now, the live TV streaming service has an even better deal for some new subscribers, offering $20 off per month for 3 months, bringing your price down as low as $44.99/month.

So, who gets the better deal? These offers seem to pop up randomly when visiting the YouTube TV website and the same offer may not be available every time you visit the site. If you’re looking for the $20 off offer and only seeing $10 off, try refreshing, coming back later, or trying on a different device.

Sound familiar? YouTube TV had the same limited-time offer available around this time last year.

Here are screenshots for both offers, on desktop and mobile.

Source: CCN screenshots

Note that the screenshots say the offers are for new customers only, so if you’re checking from a device where you’ve signed up for YouTube TV or signed into a YouTube TV account in the past, you may not see the offer.

The limited-time offer comes just before the start of March Madness. With a YouTube TV subscription, you’ll be able to catch all the games in the tournament, beginning March 13.

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