YoutubeTV subscription now $64.99/month

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Google has raised the price of Youtube TV by 30% to $64.99/month. Late last year it was increased by 25% from $39.99 to $49.99. It's a good service, but the constant price increases make it less appealing.
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At this point it's a good cable alternative if you want to stream on devices, or have lots of tvs, but if you're trying to "cut the cord" with 1 or 2 TVs there's no way it will save money.
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Sling is $30 (increased a few months ago from $25 for the Blue package I have, although they added DVR and a few channels for that price).
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Is this for everyone or only new subscribers? I haven’t received any notification yet.
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For new subscribers, the price hike is effective tomorrow. For existing subscribers it’s your next billing date on or after July 30th. I expect Google to notify subscribers shortly.
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I was going to subscribe to YouTubeTV, primarily to get football in the fall, but I’ve discovered that I don’t miss the lack of sports or live tv, and that price is just too much.

Basic internet is around $50 a month, and add $65 to that for YouTube? I think I’ll pass. Might be better off just getting a newspaper subscription.
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Wow. That is my worst streaming TV nightmare.

I think that may price it out of reasonable for us. $50 was marginally acceptable.

I guess streaming will go the way of cable. Endless price increases. Sad.

Not great timing because there is nothing on to watch right now. No new shows. Very few live sports. They should have timed it with MLB or NFL coming back on. I'm out. We need to watch less TV anyway.
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Yea, this really sucks. $50 seems to be my limit of what I’m willing to spend. $65 just seems to be an awful lot for something I don’t use *that* often.

I’ll talk to the Mrs. to see if she wants to keep, dump, or try Sling which is still $25-$45 depending on package. No local TV channels though and my house isn’t situated where it gets good OTA signal.
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This comes at such a good time. I was notified that I had just paid my $50 and was thinking about canceling. I use Netflix, Amazon, Britbox, Acorn, Sundance, and some others, but don’t recall watching Youtubetv in the past month.

Thank you. Will cancel. It’s okay but not worth it, and I’m usually pretty price insensitive.
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Just maybe they have discovered the "pain threshold" here. Stay tuned for the price reduction.
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dukeblue219 wrote: Tue Jun 30, 2020 2:05 pm At this point it's a good cable alternative if you want to stream on devices, or have lots of tvs, but if you're trying to "cut the cord" with 1 or 2 TVs there's no way it will save money.
I think it is still cheaper than the same TV channel package and DVR from my cable company but the gap keep shrinking as youtube keeps adding channels I will never watch. I sort of wish they would start making these new channels optional.
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I've been thinking that we are in the golden age of streaming and it will end soon. I have my doubts whether $65 is worth it. I watch mostly Netflix and Amazon (and subscribe to various channels at times like Acorn, BritBox, etc.).

The built in DVR function is nice but far from what Tivo provides. I've yet to figure out how to resume a show that I left. Unlike a tivo if you have a series recorded, you have no idea, except from memory, what episodes you have already watched.

And it seems like more shows are coming with built in ads you cannot skip.

It is nice at $40 or $50 but $65 is probably what I can get from my cable provider (which I only use for internet now) although I doubt I will go that route.

I might end up canceling it and see how life goes :)
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Yikes. It may be time to look into going back to cable. I love the service, but it has gone from something like $39.99 when I started subscribing to $64.99.
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This thread is now in the Personal Consumer Issues forum (Youtube subscription).
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$64.99 too much - Not exactly wholesome television.

Personally I ditched TV years ago. Maybe a decade at this point. Life is better without it. Once you have been absent from it you’ll be disgusted with it.

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Thank goodness we dumped all these type of live services long ago and only use Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime. They more and more approach the cost of cable tv, if not already there or surpassed it when you consider most cable services are always offering special deals.
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I just switched from YouTube TV to Hulu Live TV since we already had Hulu. Hulu Live TV is $55 and has almost the identical channels that YouTube TV has. Plus you can get a discount if you bundle with Disney + and ESPN +.
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That sucks. This is just enough increase for me to cancel.
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One of the main reasons people hang onto cable or get a streaming service like YouTube TV (as opposed to just Netflix, Amazon Prime, etc) is because of live sports. Now there’s limited/no live sports but they jack up the price. Doesn’t seem wise.

$65 is going to be the breaking point for many. I know it is for me. I’ve signed up the past 2 years for football season when it was $40 and then $50. Was already planning on probably not doing it this year for various reasons, but not a chance I’m doing it for $65.

I’ve also numerous times mentioned to people who are still with cable that I‘ve loved my experience with YouTube TV and would absolutely recommend they switch. But at $65 no way am I telling someone “hey you should cut cable that you’ve been happy with for decades and switch to this other service that you’re unfamiliar with for $65/month”. No way.
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Since this is ViacomCBS's doing, I'll probably cancel CBSAllAccess and Showtime to recoup the costs. :)
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Having worked in the pay tv industry, I can tell you it was only a matter of time before the TV like streaming services had to increase prices. The cost they pay for the content they provide is just too high to continue offering subscriptions at $30-$40, unless the package of content is limited (like Sling).
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ChiKid24 wrote: Tue Jun 30, 2020 3:25 pm Having worked in the pay tv industry, I can tell you it was only a matter of time before the TV like streaming services had to increase prices. The cost they pay for the content they provide is just too high to continue offering subscriptions at $30-$40, unless the package of content is limited (like Sling).
At some point, and maybe that point has arrived, it will make more sense to just go back to cable rather than using these streaming services. I only use them for live sport, which of course is nonexistent right now. Otherwise, I'd be perfectly happy canceling outright. I am going to check on cable bundles tonight and weigh their cost versus keeping Youtube TV.

It appears they are adding CBS/Viacom channels, which are all irrelevant to me. I wish we could simply choose them as an option.
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lazydavid wrote: Tue Jun 30, 2020 3:17 pm Since this is ViacomCBS's doing, I'll probably cancel CBSAllAccess and Showtime to recoup the costs. :)
Speaking of CBS All Access, they seem to have free month coupon codes nearly every month or so that even work for existing subscribers. I seem to rarely pay for this service (and would likely cancel soon now that I have watched Picard and Discovery).
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I think that is probably the breaking point for me. We don't watch a ton on youtube TV anyways, mostly just holding in anticipation to watch baseball and hockey (on cable only NESN in the Boston area). But their won't be much of it this year anyways.

Can still catch football and local channels (not sports) via the HD antenna in the attic I guess.

Any other alternatives? Will check into Sling.
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I use Sling for $30/month and it works well and has all the channels that I'd want.
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If you pay $65+/month for streaming and another $65/month for internet, you might consider going back to cable at those rates.
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I had been considering cutting the cord and signing up for YouTube TV but the new price increase makes it pointless. We have 100 mbps Internet (unlimited data) for $10/month as long as we subscribe to cable TV. We have a cable TV package that provides hundreds of channels for $110/month, including all taxes and fees. So the total bill comes to $120 for cable + Internet. We sometimes subscribe to HBO, which is discounted at $10/month through the cable company instead of $15/month if we were to stream. Cutting the cord would result in far fewer channels and possibly a slower Internet speed for the same cost. With YouTube TV increasing their cost so much over the past couple of years, I wouldn't be surprised to see people signing up for cable again. Sometimes they offer good promos for the first year or two.
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Forum rules prohibit me from using the words I am thinking right now. New channels have no value to my household. I will be checking around.
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atdharris wrote: Tue Jun 30, 2020 3:31 pm
ChiKid24 wrote: Tue Jun 30, 2020 3:25 pm Having worked in the pay tv industry, I can tell you it was only a matter of time before the TV like streaming services had to increase prices. The cost they pay for the content they provide is just too high to continue offering subscriptions at $30-$40, unless the package of content is limited (like Sling).
At some point, and maybe that point has arrived, it will make more sense to just go back to cable rather than using these streaming services. I only use them for live sport, which of course is nonexistent right now. Otherwise, I'd be perfectly happy canceling outright. I am going to check on cable bundles tonight and weigh their cost versus keeping Youtube TV.

It appears they are adding CBS/Viacom channels, which are all irrelevant to me. I wish we could simply choose them as an option.
The advantage streaming has over cable is there typically isn't any upfront costs to the provider (no boxes, wiring, installation). Cable (or Satellite) has those costs, so their margin on programming needs to cover the cost of the content they are providing PLUS all those up front costs they invest in you. Hence the reason you typically have to enter into a 2-year contract with cable since they are out money on day 1. The cable tactic to get the subscriber is low intro pricing for year one (so they can compete with other cable offers and streaming services), with a price increase in the second year of your 2-year contract so they can cover that upfront fixed cost and their programming margin.
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Surprise, surprise -- the traditional cable bundle has been a fine deal for someone who watches sports or has use for lots of channels.
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For live sports, the delay and latency with streaming services even with a high speed connection is definitely noticeable due to the number of internet hops from the TV to the service aggregator, and then to the actual service itself. Cable providers are better for live sports.
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Back to using my mother-in-law's Netflix, sister-in-law's Hulu, (and them using our Disney+ account) and save myself the $65 per month. I am pretty much disinterested in all sports at this point anyway after the last month or so, and I'll leave it at that. Maybe that'll change in the future, but for now I don't think I'll even miss it.
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Sucks! I just quit Comcast cable for this recently. Even with the price increase though, I will be saving ~$60/month as compared to Comcast Triple Play (much of that coming from not having to pay for set-top boxes and all sorts of fees associated with cable) and that is before the next inevitable fee increase from Comcast. I'll stick with YTTV through the next price gouge (er... increase).
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pcsrini wrote: Tue Jun 30, 2020 3:48 pm For live sports, the delay and latency with streaming services even with a high speed connection is definitely noticeable due to the number of internet hops from the TV to the service aggregator, and then to the actual service itself. Cable providers are better for live sports.
If I understand your complaint correctly, there's only two reasons I can think of why this would be a problem:

1. You're watching the game on TV while you're physically at the stadium, and the video delay is messing with your head.
2. You must obsessively check twitter every three seconds 24 hours/day, and are worried about a play being spoiled that you won't see for another 6 seconds.

But then again, though I watch plenty of sports, there's just no allure to watching them literally live. I would much rather watch five football games on Sunday with no commercials, than two games with hours upon hours of commercials. I think I've had a game "spoiled" for me twice in the last 3 years. Not the end of the world.
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You all know you can share this subscription with two family members or friends? So it’s really only $20 per month each person. Just can’t have more than 3 devices logged in at once
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Lucky2Invest wrote: Tue Jun 30, 2020 4:11 pm You all know you can share this subscription with two family members or friends? So it’s really only $20 per month each person. Just can’t have more than 3 devices logged in at once
If you're a fan of violating contracts (and the guidelines of this board), sure.
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We pay $30 for sling's blue package which gives us the channels we'd watch. We'll sometimes upgrade for a month or two to get additional channels like the sports package but mostly we just go with the basic and it seems like a decent compromise relative to an expensive cable subscription.
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lazydavid wrote: Tue Jun 30, 2020 4:10 pm
pcsrini wrote: Tue Jun 30, 2020 3:48 pm For live sports, the delay and latency with streaming services even with a high speed connection is definitely noticeable due to the number of internet hops from the TV to the service aggregator, and then to the actual service itself. Cable providers are better for live sports.
If I understand your complaint correctly, there's only two reasons I can think of why this would be a problem:

1. You're watching the game on TV while you're physically at the stadium, and the video delay is messing with your head.
2. You must obsessively check twitter every three seconds 24 hours/day, and are worried about a play being spoiled that you won't see for another 6 seconds.

But then again, though I watch plenty of sports, there's just no allure to watching them literally live. I would much rather watch five football games on Sunday with no commercials, than two games with hours upon hours of commercials. I think I've had a game "spoiled" for me twice in the last 3 years. Not the end of the world.
You are right - its on very few occasions that this is an issue. For some of the marquee playoff highly watched games that go down to the wire, and when we are watching with friend groups, the phone texts start going off immediately as plays happen live, and the play is still developing on Youtube Tv due to the latency.
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Netflix is 12.99/ month

I currently have CBS. All access during the pandemic, but probably won't keep it. About $6/month with the commercials.

That and HD antenna gets me all I need.
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lazydavid wrote: Tue Jun 30, 2020 4:10 pm
pcsrini wrote: Tue Jun 30, 2020 3:48 pm For live sports, the delay and latency with streaming services even with a high speed connection is definitely noticeable due to the number of internet hops from the TV to the service aggregator, and then to the actual service itself. Cable providers are better for live sports.
If I understand your complaint correctly, there's only two reasons I can think of why this would be a problem:

1. You're watching the game on TV while you're physically at the stadium, and the video delay is messing with your head.
2. You must obsessively check twitter every three seconds 24 hours/day, and are worried about a play being spoiled that you won't see for another 6 seconds.

But then again, though I watch plenty of sports, there's just no allure to watching them literally live. I would much rather watch five football games on Sunday with no commercials, than two games with hours upon hours of commercials. I think I've had a game "spoiled" for me twice in the last 3 years. Not the end of the world.
And even TV isn’t truly up to the second live for sports. Try watching a game on TV muted with the radio call going on at the same time. You’ll find out you’re a good 5-10 seconds behind.
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Cancelled about a month ago with the intention of going back once sports resumed but now probably won’t. I just don’t see the value over cable with the rapidly escalating prices
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That's really sucks, I just cancelled Verizon cable yesterday and signed up for you tube TV at savings of $40/month. My excitement did not last more than a day.
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Annoying, but still much better value than a cable bundle and the absurd extra charges for equipment/DVR/etc.
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investor4life wrote: Tue Jun 30, 2020 3:59 pm Sucks! I just quit Comcast cable for this recently. Even with the price increase though, I will be saving ~$60/month as compared to Comcast Triple Play (much of that coming from not having to pay for set-top boxes and all sorts of fees associated with cable) and that is before the next inevitable fee increase from Comcast. I'll stick with YTTV through the next price gouge (er... increase).
I went back to Comcast last year. The difference for me between internet only and internet at double the speed with a full set of something like 200 channels is $30 including all fees. I do not use any Comcast equipment and am streaming all my content. I watch with the Xfinity Stream app on Roku for TV’s or on any phone or computer. Includes 20 hours on cloud DVR.
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Google has raised the price of Youtube TV by 30% to $64.99/month.
:shock: oh h#ll no. Throw in taxes, prob $70-75 a month?
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Google’s comparison of the options for live TV. It does not Include a comparison with bundles of internet and TV.

https://tv.youtube.com/welcome/
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Guess the cable companies were right all along. You need certain channels to attract enough people to be viable. And those channels cost a lot of money and come with lots of useless channels because of the way the major networks operate. Sigh.
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I pay DirecTV $40.43/month for the Premium Choice Plus (250 channels) + HBO.

If you’re looking around ...
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Past the point of logic. Might as well go back to cable/satellite; there is an ease of use factor that is worth something...
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canderson wrote: Tue Jun 30, 2020 7:25 pm I pay DirecTV $40.43/month for the Premium Choice Plus (250 channels) + HBO.

If you’re looking around ...
What is full price after the promotion ends? 1 TV or 5 TV?
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