By Phillip Swann
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YouTube TV is now offering new customers $170 off the price of the 2024 NFL Sunday Ticket if they bundle the package of out-of-market Sunday afternoon games with a YouTube TV subscription. In addition, YouTube TV’s monthly rate for new customers is now $57.99 for the first three months, which would be an additional savings of $45. (If you purchase the Sunday Ticket with a YouTube TV sub, you must maintain the YouTube TV sub to watch the Ticket, although you can pause your sub for up to six months.)

The deal, which is good until May 16, 2024, also includes $100 off if you order the Sunday Ticket via YouTube Primetime Channels. The two offers would reduce the price of the Ticket to $179 and $349 with YouTube TV and YouTube Primetime Channels respectively. YouTube Primetime Channels’ version of the Ticket does not require a YouTube TV subscription, which is why the Ticket’s price is higher.

The Sunday Ticket web site says that the offer is “is only available to new Sunday Ticket subscribers. If you were subscribed this past season, this presale offer does not apply.” However, 2023 Sunday Ticket subscribers who cancelled after the season say they have received e-mail offers of the $100 Primetime Channels discount if they renew their Ticket subscription for 2024. So I would encourage you to try either discount whether you are a new subscriber or a former one.

The TV Answer Man advised readers last December to cancel their Ticket’s auto-renewal option so they would be eligible for possible discounts before the 2024 season. Under auto renewal, subscribers will have to pay the regular rate with no discounts.

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