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DEAL ALERT: Get 2 Months of Vidgo For $14.99 When You Switch From PlayStation Vue

Jason Gurwin

Vidgo, the upstart Live TV Streaming Service that offers 45 channels including NFL Network, Discovery, Hallmark, A&E, Paramount, HGTV, Food Network, Pac-12 Network, and History Channel for $15 a month is offering a special deal for PlayStation Vue subscribers. Until December 31st, any PS Vue subscriber can get their second month of service free when they try out Vidgo’s National Plan ($14.99).

How to Get Vidgo Deal

  1. Click here to sign up for Vidgo’s $14.99 National Plan
  2. Download the Vidgo mobile app for iOS or Android
  3. Submit a copy of your PS Vue bill via Vidgo’s online redemption site by providing a
    screenshot, email, or copy of your PlayStation Vue bill.

Those who sign-up for their early adopter program will be able to keep the plan or upgrade to their official $40 and $50 Premium plans launch soon.

Top Channels

Vidgo Early Adopter Plan vs. Other Skinny Bundles (Philo, AT&T WatchTV, & Spectrum TV Essentials)

Vidgo Philo AT&T WatchTV Spectrum
“Early Adopter” “Philo” “WatchTV” “TV Essentials”
Free Trial Free Trial Free Trial Sign Up
$15 $20 $15 $15
A&E
AMC -
BET
Bravo - - - -
Cartoon Network - - -
CNN - - -
Comedy Central
Discovery
Disney Channel - - - -
Disney Junior - - - -
E! - - - -
ESPN - - - -
Food Network
Fox News - - - -
Freeform - - - -
FX - - - -
FXX - - - -
Hallmark
HGTV
History
Investigation Discovery
Lifetime
MSNBC - - - -
MTV
Nickelodeon
Paramount Network -
Syfy - - - -
TBS - - -
TLC
TNT - - -
Travel Channel -
truTV - - -
USA Network - - - -
VH1
WE tv -

When they officially launch in the next month, they will be offering two traditional plans similar to other Live TV Streaming Services like Hulu Live TV, YouTube TV, and PlayStation Vue.

Their $40 Core Plan will includes channels from ESPN & Disney, as well as from FOX like FS1 and BTN. Their $50 Premium Plan will include NFL RedZone, Pac-12 Network Regional Channels, and smaller networks from Discovery and Viacom.