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Old 01-04-2004, 03:01 PM   #31 (Print)
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Which HD receiver are they shipping with this offer?

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Old 01-04-2004, 05:14 PM   #32 (Print)
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Could taking DirecTV up on this offer limit any possible deals with the upcoming HD TiVo? Don't know if they'll discount it at all for existing customers, but I'm for sure going to buy one and don't want to miss out on any discounts...
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Old 01-04-2004, 05:35 PM   #33 (Print)
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Which HD Receiver with this deal?

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Which HD receiver are they shipping with this offer?


My understanding is that it is the Philips HTL-HD (an LG Variant that has a few less bells and whistles as the Sony SAT-HD300 and LG LSS-3200A) or the Samsung TS-160.

They both go for between $499-$599 at most electronics stores (BB/CC etc) on any given day.

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Old 01-04-2004, 05:41 PM   #34 (Print)
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Which HD Receiver with this deal?

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Which HD receiver are they shipping with this offer?


My understanding is that it is the Philips HTL-HD (an LG Variant that has a few less bells and whistles as the Sony SAT-HD300 and LG LSS-3200A) or the Samsung TS-160.

They both go for between $499-$599 at most electronics stores (BB/CC etc) on any given day.

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Old 01-04-2004, 06:18 PM   #35 (Print)
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Re: Which HD Receiver with this deal?

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My understanding is that it is the Philips HTL-HD (an LG Variant that has a few less bells and whistles as the Sony SAT-HD300 and LG LSS-3200A) or the Samsung TS-160.

They both go for between $499-$599 at most electronics stores (BB/CC etc) on any given day.

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Don't see that model listed on Philips site. Isn't the HTL-HD a Hughes model?

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Old 01-04-2004, 06:27 PM   #36 (Print)
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The HTL-HD is a Hughes unit. That's the one that I received with the $399 deal. Hopefully, I can get a partial refund on that price because of what I've read here. Whatever refund I may get can help offset the cost of an HDTiVo.

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Old 01-04-2004, 06:49 PM   #37 (Print)
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Just called back regarding the OTA-antenna and I was told that they are only able to provide the antenna to customers who live in certain states and mine (Ohio) wasn't one of them.

Now that is funny...
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Old 01-04-2004, 07:34 PM   #38 (Print)
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To get directly to the retention department you can call
1-800-494-4388

Then choose option 0 for more options...
Then choose 3 for canceling your account...

This should get you right to a retention specialist... The first time I called I got a CSR who said the only deal she knew of was $399 and wouldn't connect me, then basically hung up on me. Nice...

My first year commitment ends this month. I called, and they have a $199 offer for those with at least one year with the company. I noted that Dish Network has a FREE HDTV offer for new customers and asked if there was anything I could do to get the $99 offer. The guy was really cool,and tried to get me a two year commitment with for the $99 package. He sent it up two supervisor levels before it was turned down. They wouldn't budge and asked me to call back after this month to get the $199 offer.

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Old 01-04-2004, 09:39 PM   #39 (Print)
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This is a hard deal to pass up, but I'm going to do so. Most of the HD content I'm interested in is OTA, and DirecTV's offerings just aren't varied enough to justify the extra monthly cost of the programming. Not to mention that I still need to get an HD-capable TV to go along with the box (Best Buy is making this decision extra-tough by offering 2-year no-interest financing on new TV purchases right now). In the end, I'm going to wait until the HDTiVos are introduced -- I wouldn't be surprised if DirecTV eventually offers those in a package deal, and that capability is really what I'm after anyway.
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Old 01-04-2004, 11:21 PM   #40 (Print)
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Sorry if this is a dumb qyestion!

How many hours of recording does this unit supply?

Thanks for the ridicule free answers!

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Old 01-05-2004, 02:43 AM   #41 (Print)
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How many hours of recording does this unit supply?

These are just HDTV receivers, not HD-DVRs - so 0 hours of recording time.

You will need to wait until the HDTiVo is released before there is HDTV DVR on DirecTV.

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Old 01-05-2004, 07:48 AM   #42 (Print)
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This sounds like a great deal. Here is my question, if I get this deal and then in 3-months when the HDTiVO comes out will I be able to sell the HD receiver?

All of my locals broadcast in HD so that will be nice. Also I have only been a customer for a year and a half, will this kill the deal? They are charging the full price then giving you monthly credits for the rest? That's odd.

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Old 01-05-2004, 10:55 AM   #43 (Print)
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This sounds like a great deal. Here is my question, if I get this deal and then in 3-months when the HDTiVO comes out will I be able to sell the HD receiver?

All of my locals broadcast in HD so that will be nice. Also I have only been a customer for a year and a half, will this kill the deal? They are charging the full price then giving you monthly credits for the rest? That's odd.


From what I was told by D* you are committing your ACCOUNT to a 1 year extention, not the receiver. I asked him when HD TiVo comes out can I sell this and upgrade and he said YES.

This deal is PERFECT for me. I needed an upgraded dish anyways and I can live without being able to record HD for 3 months. Plus the big bonus with this $99 deal is I can ebay the HD receiver for $300+ when HD TiVo comes out to help with the cost of that unit. Looks like a WIN/WIN to me!

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Old 01-05-2004, 11:27 AM   #44 (Print)
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I called once to Retention and got a CSR who didn't know anything about this deal.
I did CSR Roulette, and called again and got a CSR who knew this deal precisely and stated that it went live yesterday 1/4/03. He was extremely surprised that I knew about it already. I signed up ofcourse - he stated you'll either get the Samsung or the Hughes HD Receiver.

Here's the deal - 399 plus tax/shipping (447 for me) gets charged automatically, plus the supervisors there apply a $300 credit to your DirecTV account - which probably equates to about 4 or 5 months of free service. I also got them to include ShowTime and HBO for 6 months for $2 total a month ($12 for HBO, $10 credit each month, ShowTime FREE for 6 months). I ofcourse have to continue to commit to 12 months of service with them.

If you have trouble getting it, just play CSR Roulette.
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Old 01-05-2004, 11:28 AM   #45 (Print)
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I just called and got the deal. Just called to cancel, mentioned that Dish Network had a FREE HD receiver for new customers. They put me on hold then came back with $399.00 + shipping MINUS a $300 service credit! I asked about an OTA Antenna and my address qualified. It was an additional $50.00 for the Antenna INSTALLED. A very sweet deal considering installing an antenna on a two story house is a pain in the.... Total was $499.xx - $300 service credit = $200 installed with antenna HD service! Thanks to the OP for this sweet deal. I was going to order it for $399 this morning and just thought I would check for a better deal before calling. Saved me $300!

Now when HD TiVo comes out I can sell this receiver and cover about 1/2 the cost of the HD TiVo.

Deal of the year (and the year just started!) They are coming to install on Wednesday morning. They also are running a second line to my DTiVo in the Master Bedroom upstairs included in the deal.

Sorry for rambling, just excited to be getting HD!

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Old 01-05-2004, 11:53 AM   #46 (Print)
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This sure sounds like a good deal, but I know I would be kicking myself later in the year when the hdtivos come out.

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Old 01-05-2004, 12:22 PM   #47 (Print)
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This sure sounds like a good deal, but I know I would be kicking myself later in the year when the hdtivos come out.


Why would you kick yourself when HD TiVo's come out? You can ebay this unit for $300-$400 when HD TiVo's come out. (That is what I will be doing) If anything it will help lower the cost of your HD Tivo buy giving you a PROFIT from selling this unit. You have to extend your DirecTV contract for 1 year, NOT the receiver. The receiver is yours to do what you want.

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Old 01-05-2004, 12:29 PM   #48 (Print)
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Why would you kick yourself when HD TiVo's come out? You can ebay this unit for $300-$400 when HD TiVo's come out. (That is what I will be doing) If anything it will help lower the cost of your HD Tivo buy giving you a PROFIT from selling this unit. You have to extend your DirecTV contract for 1 year, NOT the receiver. The receiver is yours to do what you want.


I don't understand why someone would pay $300-$400 for a used unit, when they could get a new one installed for $400.

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Old 01-05-2004, 12:58 PM   #49 (Print)
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I don't understand why someone would pay $300-$400 for a used unit, when they could get a new one installed for $400.

And I don't understand how the value of these unit will remain so high when the HDTivos come out. Frankly, I'll just wait until March and see what specials they are offering at that time.
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Old 01-05-2004, 01:01 PM   #50 (Print)
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I don't understand why they pay sooo much for used HD DirecTV receiver either but I guarantee I will sell mine and make a profit over the $99.00 I paid!

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Old 01-05-2004, 01:31 PM   #51 (Print)
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Because in a "free market", people are free to buy and sell many items at whatever price the market will bare!

Without going into specifics or start a "hacking" discussion:

Years ago the access card would sell for hundreds of dollars and the receiver for literally "pennies". Before the "spot beamed locals", certain receivers sold at a "premium" because they received locals in the 900's range (the 100 or so offered by DTV). Now locals are available in over 100 markets via the spot beam, so getting out of area feeds are "almost" impossible. East/West feeds are still available in most areas and "moving" is always an option to get adjacent network signals.

Getting a new receiver and 5-6 months of serice credits for a net of $99 is a pretty good deal. I have not made the HDTV plunge yet. Too much time spent doing homework (graduate school, and my too children) plus finishing other projects around the house are consuming my television watching time. I hardly have time to watch the stuff redorded on my 2 Directivo's!

Bottom line, after 6 months, the receiver should sell easily for more than $99. Even at $99, you will break even!
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Old 01-05-2004, 01:33 PM   #52 (Print)
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I totally agree Mr Pieces --- I jumped on the deal this AM also and my logic is that I'm paying $99 + tax/shipping and without a blink of an eye, at the very least, you'll get that amount on eBay.

Why would someone pay ~$300+ on eBay, that's because there's millions of people in this country, and not everyone is on the up and up on deals, etc. Plenty of people pay top dollar because they don't look or do their research - don't you just love capitalism.
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Old 01-05-2004, 01:44 PM   #53 (Print)
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The UMF is really pulling me on this. I am still debating, can't decide if I can even watch live TV anymore. Or if I want to up my DirecTV expense $15 a month.

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Old 01-05-2004, 01:50 PM   #54 (Print)
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well question I have is that they'll likely have some deal for the HD Tivo when it comes out and are you making yourself ineligible for that deal if you take advantage of this deal now. For example, I know that you can only purchase one DirecTivo per year at their promotional price. I wonder if they'd give you static if you try taking advantage of an HDTivo promotion later if you get this promotion now?

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YEAH BABY!!!
Not only did I get this deal for myself but while on the phone, I explained that my girlfriend had gotten the $399 deal in December and could she get the $300 credit as well...no problem. Took care of me and her in one phone call. FANTASTIC...woohoo! However, where we are in Virginia we were not eligible for the OTA antenna.

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Old 01-05-2004, 03:13 PM   #56 (Print)
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Well, I could not get the $99 deal, but I did get if for $199 deal. This is because I have only been a customer for one year. Still, not a bad deal at all!
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well question I have is that they'll likely have some deal for the HD Tivo when it comes out and are you making yourself ineligible for that deal if you take advantage of this deal now. For example, I know that you can only purchase one DirecTivo per year at their promotional price. I wonder if they'd give you static if you try taking advantage of an HDTivo promotion later if you get this promotion now?


This is my question exactly. DTV could very well be offering a deal in the future to its "best" existing customers and by taking this deal you could lose that opportunity. I would at a minimum check with a CSR before doing taking advantage of the deal. Also, although the deal sounds great (and at present prices it is), (i) your monthly cost will go up $5 for the receiver and an additional $10 for DirecTV HD, (ii) in order for this to be of benefit you need to watch live TV, something I really don't do (although it may be worth it just to watch the Super Bowl), (iii) assuming you hook up the HD receiver and the DirecTiVo to the same TV, it will be a bit of a pain to switch back and forth (you'd have to switch both the TV Video signal and your AV receiver's audio signal - although a high end remote could make this a bit easier) and (iv) the $99 deal may just be an indication of what is to come in terms of pricing thereby making any future Ebay sale at $300 - $400 less likely. Instead, it may be better just to buy the receiver now and sell it on Ebay unopened!

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This is my question exactly. DTV could very well be offering a deal in the future to its "best" existing customers and by taking this deal you could lose that opportunity. I would at a minimum check with a CSR before doing taking advantage of the deal. Also, although the deal sounds great (and at present prices it is), (i) your monthly cost will go up $5 for the receiver and an additional $10 for DirecTV HD, (ii) in order for this to be of benefit you need to watch live TV, something I really don't do (although it may be worth it just to watch the Super Bowl), (iii) assuming you hook up the HD receiver and the DirecTiVo to the same TV, it will be a bit of a pain to switch back and forth (you'd have to switch both the TV Video signal and your AV receiver's audio signal - although a high end remote could make this a bit easier) and (iv) the $99 deal may just be an indication of what is to come in terms of pricing thereby making any future Ebay sale at $300 - $400 less likely. Instead, it may be better just to buy the receiver now and sell it on Ebay unopened!


Don't you think one of the reasons they are offering such a good deal is the fact that the HDtivo's are coming out soon, and a regular HD receiver won't be an easy sell for DTV. The prices that these go for off the shelf don't seem to be a huge amount less than the cheapest HDTivo seems to be priced at...

I'm not so sure there will be similar $300 off deals on HDTivo's.

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You guys are great. I just called and they are crediting my account for $357.87 which also covers the s&h I paid for the unit. Total cost $99. Fantastic
All I told him was that I had heard of this deal and if I could get in on it. He went and talked with his supervisor and all was set.

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I love TiVo as much as the rest of you. I have had it since the 2nd month it was on the market, have it in everu room in the house, and love it. What alot of you are missing on the HD receiver deal is the price point. HD TiVo is VERY expensive to the average Joe. Most people don't drop $900 on a toy like HDTiVo. I know I will have an HD TiVo the minute I see one for sale and IN STOCK. But I am not the average consumer when it comes to toys like this. (I love living on the bleeding edge of tech!)

I'm sure the ebay price of HD receivers will drop some when HD TiVo comes out but I agree with the earlier poster that you will still AT LEAST be able to get your $99.00 back.

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