Discussion in 'Steelers Talk' started by strummerfan, Apr 11, 2023.
For non-YouTube tv subscribers it’s $449 or $489. Signups in the coming days
Looks to be $250 for people who already have YTtv. Before June 6th
As I said on another site...Virtual reality is the only way I'd even think of paying that much.
Way too easy to watch games for free to pay that BS fee
I was holding out hope that it would be similar to cost of non directtv subscribers.
The streaming services were great but now becoming too expensive . They are only better than cable in the fact that you can cancel at any moment and can easily switch between say Sling and YTTV or fubu or direct tv now, its not the price anymore.
Still cheaper than 4 season Tickets up in 539 at $4,552 for a season...
2 season tickets down in 232 at $6,446 for my 54th season
Well not all of us can be in the Club... us real fans sit up in the 500's with some guy behind you eating his day old Little Caesars Pizza.. Hot n Ready out of a gallon zip lock bag..... LOL
But.. being its your 54th season.... I will let you slide because that is massively long and a large amount of money spent on tickets over that period of time.
That sucks. I really was hoping for a single-team package at a more reasonable price. I'm not sure I can justify $349 for that when I have been getting by with Game Pass at $100.
What was Direct TV charging for Sunday Ticket the past few yrs?
I think it was around the same price. I got it for a while when I first moved to New York and it was around $300.
If they are going to charge that much then they really need to improve the product greatly. They can start by giving everyone who subscribes preseason games. Something that p*ssed me off about Direct TV NFL Sunday Ticket.
I love my DTV so I guess I'll just pay the fee. My only complaint with DTV was losing service during bad weather but they fixed that as it switches to streaming until the weather passes.
It became quite negotiable back before AT&T bought DTV out. If you were a repeat customer they'd make it worth your while for loyalty and often throw in other goodies. When AT&T took over and I called to say I was cancelling Sunday Ticket they'd say - sorry to hear - call us if you change your mind. I remember it being around $250-$300 a year retail.
I got the ticket for several seasons. The Steelers were on almost every Sunday in my area last season. Plus the local watering hole shows the games.
A hell of a jump in price. No thanks.
I Paid my dues sitting near the top of peanut heaven in three rivers for 31 years
I don’t have any kids so I have to spend the inheritance on something
You made me do some quick math
Between tickets beer food and parking in present day dollars that’s about $300,000
I have NFL+.
$80. Watch all games as soon as they end commercial free. Plus condensed versions come out as they get the editing done. Plus All-22.
I'm usually working during Steelers games anyway, unless they are a night game. Then of course the games are too late to watch.
So, for me it's great. And a good price to get all the games. Plus game archives going back years. And NFL Network shows and exclusives.
I've had it since 1997, and I paid...243 dollars last year for it. I just went, and got the bill. Of course I paid it in one payment...instead of spreading it out.
The way that I read this, it’s under $400 if you sign up before the season starts.
I’ve had NFL Ticket since it’s inception, can’t imagine not having it so I’ll be forking over the dough.
I’ll be ending my Direct TV subscription though, that will save me $275 a month. I’ve only had it for Sunday Ticket.
That is part of my thought process, too. I'm not sure I want to give up all the other programming that comes with NFL+, but I'm certainly not keeping that if I pay for NFL Ticket.
What I read elsewhere is that it is $349 before June 6 for those of us who do not subscribe to YouTubeTV.
If you need any kids for inheritance I am here for you, I also have my own kids, if you need any donated Grandkids!
Hey if you like doing it and your have it, then why not you only go around once!
Damn that's a good way to watch the game. I don't get to watch many games because I'm busy on Sundays when the Steelers normally play.