YouTube TV is offering the first month of service for $14.99, which is $50 off the regular price.
The live streamer says the special price is available as a “limited-time offer.” But it does not say at its web site how long the first month discount will be available so it does not appear to be a Black Friday-only deal.
You can still get a 5-day free trial with the first month discount, which means you can get almost five weeks of service for $14.99.
“Biggest discount ever,” YouTube TV says in a banner at the top of its home page. “Try it free, then $50 off your first month. That’s just $14.99.”
The terms of agreement says the offer is only available to customers who are not current YouTube TV subscribers, have not been YouTube TV subscribers nor participated in a YouTube TV free trial. At the end of the first month, the regular subscription rate of $64.99 a month will apply unless you cancel.
YouTube TV’s pricing has been under fire from subscribers since June 2020 when the streamer raised the monthly rate by 30 percent, from $49.99 a month to $64.99 a month. However, YouTube TV has not raised the base price since then and it has dabbled with various promotional offers lowering the price for the first or three months of service.
To learn more about YouTube TV’s $14.99 offer, click here.
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