DEAL ALERT: Select New YouTube TV Subscribers Can Get $10 OFF For the Next Year (15% OFF)
After making up with NBCUniversal last week, it looks like YouTube TV is going hard to get new subscribers. While they have been promoting $10 OFF for three months on their website for a while, some users are now being targeted on their website for $10 OFF for the next six and even 12 months.
To get the offer, you might have to try a few different browsers and even private browsing mode. We were able to get it to work on Mobile Safari on Private Browsing mode.
This is just one of the many streaming promotions that is going on right now:
- Hulu + Live TV: Get $10 OFF for Three Months
- Hulu: Get 30-Day Free Trial
- Sling TV: Get $25 OFF Your First Month, Just $10
- Philo: Get a 7-Day Free Trial
- fuboTV: Get a 7-Day Free Trial
- DIRECTV STREAM: Try 14-Day Risk Free
This joins the already existing promotion that T-Mobile offers that will give existing subscribers $10 OFF per month. It doesn’t look like the two offers will stack however.
How Does YouTube TV Compare to Other Streaming Services
This is probably the closest one-to-one comparison to YouTube TV. You’ll get access to up to 97 channels.
Hulu Live TV also provides a phenomenal on-demand library of original titles, including “The Handmaid’s Tale,” “Little Fires Everywhere,” “Palm Springs,” “PEN15,” “Shrill,” and a great rotating library of blockbuster movies. If you bundle Hulu Live TV with Disney+ and ESPN+, you’ll save $7/month. With a free trial, this is an easy choice.
Hulu includes a cloud DVR with 50 hours of capacity, though you can’t fast-forward through commercials. You can upgrade to the Enhanced Cloud DVR for $10/month. That provides 200 hours of storage space and you can skip ads.
Key takeaway: Comparable channel lineup with great, exclusive originals on demand.
Full breakdown: Hulu Live TV vs. YouTube TV ►
Billing itself as a sports-lover’s dream, fuboTV includes free 4K broadcasts (unlike YouTube TV), and a ton of flexible sports add-ons. FuboTV can give you as many as 109 channels. You would lose access to Cartoon Network, CNN, TBS, TNT, and truTV, however. You do get a free trial with fuboTV, so it’s also an easy one to try.
FuboTV provides a 250-hour cloud DVR. For another $5/month, you can upgrade to a 1,000-hour DVR.
Key takeaway: Sports options galore with free 4K.
Full breakdown: fuboTV vs. YouTube TV ►
DIRECTV STREAM can get expensive quickly, but that might be worth it for access to as many as 210 channels, including more regional sports networks than any other service. There are four tiers of service available, so you can tailor your choices.
DIRECTV STREAM’s included DVR only provides 20 hours of cloud storage. You can upgrade to Unlimited Storage for $10/month.
Key takeaway: The most channels available to stream, the best Regional Sports Network options.
Full breakdown: DIRECTV STREAM vs. YouTube TV ►
Sling TV has the most flexible channel packages available, allowing users to save a lot of money. The service offers two separate channel packages for $35 or a combo of the two for just $50. Sling TV does not offer ABC, CBS, Telemundo, The CW, and Univision. But you can get Fox and NBC in select markets.
You can add NFL RedZone to Sling TV.
Sling TV includes 50 hours of recording space with each subscription. For $5/month, you can have up to 200 hours of recording space.
Key takeaway: Save money with skinnier bundles.
Full breakdown: Sling TV vs. YouTube TV ►