YouTube TV’s Price Goes Up Next Week


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Depressed mature man holding paper and looking at it while sitting on the couch at homeBack in February YouTube TV announced that they are adding new channels but also that they will be raising their price. Starting March 14 new subscribers to YouTube TV will be paying $40 a month for the service. So right now you only have about a week left to get YouTube TV for $35. According to reports YouTube TV will be honoring the current price for current subscribers as long as they stay subscribed. (Always subject to change.)

With this price change YouTube TV has added TNT, Adult Swim, TBS, CNN, Cartoon Network, truTV, and Turner Classic Movies. They will also be adding sports networks such as NBA TV, MLB Network, and you will be able to subscribe to add-on services like NBA League Pass. (Note: YouTube TV has not said when the MLB Network would be added.)

This makes YouTube TV a great choice for March Madness, who need channels such as TBS, TNT, and TruTV.

The downside is that starting March 14, 2018, new subscribers will pay $40 a month. The best we can tell, current subscribers will continue to pay $35 a month, so make sure to subscribe before March 14 if you want the lower price.

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