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Old 09-25-2016, 08:56 PM   #1  
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Will be getting direc soon just like to know when the best time spring, Summer, winter are fall are is there a good time to get one lol
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Depends -If you are tree covered -Then winter is the best time for you as the Spring,summer & fall the leaves could block your line of sight LOL!
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True but a saw will take any trees down in my way. Looking at direc and dont see nothing but a bill lol and just asking hope to land a good package
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If your a AAA member you can a slight discount. I did that a few years ago when we got D.

http://ww2.aaa.com/services/cms/temp...=1474931006822
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Will be getting direct soon just like to know when the best time spring, Summer, winter are fall are is there a good time to get one lol
August if you'e a NFL fan. On the more expensive packages, you get "Sunday Ticket" for free the first year. After that, it costs $250-$330 yearly (read Sept to Dec).
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ok good then looks as i need to waite till August Thanks isszguy and no i not a AAA member Al and is it just football that Direc offer ?
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Will be getting direct soon just like to know when the best time spring, Summer, winter are fall are is there a good time to get one lol
Actually, anytime is a good time to get DTV. Not sure the offer is still on, but signing up through Costco nets you a $300 cash card. Others offer a $200 cash card that I think you can use anywhere.
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Depends -If you are tree covered -Then winter is the best time for you as the Spring,summer & fall the leaves could block your line of sight LOL!
Ummm.... so that would be the WORST time to get it!!!

Get it with all the leaves on the trees so it works ALL year is what i would recommend LOL

Right now is time to sign up with all included with up to 4 rooms, couple months ago same price only got you 2 rooms, and that is locked in forever till you cancel, so right now is the best deal of all time!
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Ummm.... so that would be the WORST time to get it!!!

Get it with all the leaves on the trees so it works ALL year is what i would recommend LOL
I got my latest installation via Costco and they told me the installer would NOT install it unless I had something like 99% signal strength. They didn't want a customer complaining about anything to do with the service. I'm in the Seattle area and most of the trees that might effect signal strength are evergreens.
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