November 10, 2017

DirectTV Now + Ebates = Make $6 and Get a FREE Month of TV

DirectTV Now has a discount right now for $25 off of their normal $35 monthly subscription.   This makes the cost just $10.     Ebates  has $16 cash back for DirecTV now.   

If you combine the two deals you can get a free month of TV and make $6.   

$10 for the service with $16 cash back nets $6.

The deal is for new customers and negates the 7 day free trial.   But its better than 7 days anyway as you end up getting a full month for free.
Its a "limited time offer" but I don't see anything about when it expires exactly.   However this deal is for their birthday of the service so I expect it won't last too long.

Here is the fine print on the DirecTV now offer:

$25 Off First Month: Enter promo code BDAY2017 at checkout to receive $25 off the price of the first month of any DIRECTV NOW package (premium add-ons optional). Second month will be at full price, and renews monthly (min. $35/mo.), charged to your payment method on file until you cancel. Limit 1 code per customer. New subscribers only. Not combinable with any free trial or certain other offers/discounts/credits. GENERAL: Compatible device & browser req’d. U.S. only (excludes Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin Islands). Pricing, channels, features, and terms subject to change & may be modified or discontinued at any time without notice. Cancellation: View, modify or cancel at any time at Once canceled you can access DIRECTV NOW through the remaining monthly period. No refunds or credits for any partial-month periods or unwatched content. Limit 2 concurrent streams per account. Programming subject to blackout restrictions. Taxes may apply.

Standard Ebates blurb: To get cash back from Ebates you need to be signed up with Ebates.  Then simply go to Ebates to get the referral to the store before you do your shopping.  I also get a referral bonus if you use my links to sign up with Ebates.  

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