YouTube TV is On Sale For $54.99 & It Comes With a 3 Week Free




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Have you been thinking about giving YouTube TV a try for the upcoming fall sports? Right now may be the best time to do it as YouTube TV has brought back its three-week free trial and offer of $18 off your first three months. If you want to take advantage of this deal, you need to hurry it’s a limited time deal.

This is a great way to test out YouTube TV before just as college and NFL football season kick off. Also, you can save some money on the first three months of your service as you enjoy those games.

Also, right now, NFL Sunday Ticket is on sale for $50 off if you subscribe before September 19th, 2023.

For YouTube TV subscribers with a Base Plan, the NFL Sunday Ticket add-on is available during the presale at $299 for the season, a special savings of $50 off the retail price of $349 for the season. YouTube TV will also offer a bundle option with NFL Sunday Ticket and NFL RedZone for a total of $339 for the season during the presale, another launch offer of $50 off the retail price of $389 for the season. YouTube TV subscribers will have access to every Sunday game, including local, national, and out-of-market games.

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