Pre-Pay For Two Months Of DIRECTV NOW, Get An Amazon Fire TV

DIRECTV NOW has kicked off a new promotion for those that are looking to cut the cord and get into streaming TV. DIRECTV NOW is going to be offering new users the ability to get a free Amazon Fire TV when you sign up for the service and pre-pay for two months of DIRECTV NOW. Now what that means is that you will need to skip the free trial. However, with DIRECTV NOW being priced as low as $35/month, you can get the Fire TV for its regular price and get two free months of DIRECTV NOW service, which is also pretty sweet.

With DIRECTV NOW, you'll be able to stream TV channels virtually anywhere. Whether you are looking to stream TV on your laptop, smartphone, tablet or even your TV, you are covered here. DIRECTV NOW is available on most platforms, including Amazon Fire TV, Android, iOS, Apple TV, Chromecast (Android Only), Roku, and some Android TV's. DIRECTV NOW offers over 100 channels depending on the package you purchase, you can also add on other channels like HBO for $5/month, which is actually cheaper than most cable providers and streaming providers. So it's definitely worth it for HBO alone. DIRECTV NOW does also offer up 72-hour rewind, so you can rewind and watch an episode you might have missed. There is DVR service, though it's not completely rolled out just yet.

This promotion from DIRECTV NOW is going to be good through May 10, so you have plenty of time to take advantage of this one. It's a great way to pick up a Fire TV since you do also get to use DIRECTV NOW. And that's a good way to check out the service for an extended amount of time, seeing as the normal seven day trial just isn't long enough to really gauge whether or not DIRECTV NOW can replace your existing cable provider. You can sign up for DIRECTV NOW at the link below. You will need to skip the trial and pay for two months now. After checkout, you'll be able to submit for your Fire TV and it should arrive in a few weeks. DIRECTV NOW states around six weeks for it to arrive, but it's typically much sooner.

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