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    sirius radio pricing

    My Sirius ran out today while driving, and my other car in a month. They offered me regular pricing and I said no thanks, I know they haggle pricing a lot.

    What are you guys paying?



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    Re: sirius radio pricing

    i think i just pay for the whole year at once at it is like 120 bucks or something. i was without my sirius for a month and came running back. You get used to it and it is far superior to regular radio. 120 i think is a really good deal.


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    Re: sirius radio pricing

    Thats actually what they offfered me was $120.

    I cant live without it, how anybody can listen to regular radio is beyond me.



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    Re: sirius radio pricing

    I pay a year at a time. $142 for the year. I have had it since 2006



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    Re: sirius radio pricing

    That's about what mine was after telling them I was going to drop it. Mine is old XM, no Howard Stern, but I don't miss him much. (the $120 rate)



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    Re: sirius radio pricing

    Quote Originally Posted by bringmagicback View Post
    Thats actually what they offfered me was $120.

    I cant live without it, how anybody can listen to regular radio is beyond me.
    i'm a rep so i spend insane amounts of time in my car, and I actually put it on my expense report.


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    Drop it. I do every time. I get 6 months at $24, and I've been doing it for years. You only have to wait a month or so, and they'll mail you a card with that offer.



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    Re: sirius radio pricing

    Quote Originally Posted by bringmagicback View Post
    Thats actually what they offfered me was $120.

    I cant live without it, how anybody can listen to regular radio is beyond me.
    I better call in November when it's time to renew. I love having it. Hardly ever listen to local stations anymore.



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    Quote Originally Posted by JP4CY View Post
    Drop it. I do every time. I get 6 months at $24, and I've been doing it for years. You only have to wait a month or so, and they'll mail you a card with that offer.
    Ya ive heard that they will practically give it away so thats what I was wondering.



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    Quote Originally Posted by bringmagicback View Post
    Ya ive heard that they will practically give it away so thats what I was wondering.
    I'm probably on my 6th or 7th six month @$24 plan. I just put a sticky note on my computer monitor of when to call in and not renew in 5 1/2 months and sometimes they re offer the plan, or if they don't, I decline it. Then a card will come in the mail in a month with that offer.



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    Re: sirius radio pricing

    I've ended up just streaming to my cell phone and plugging that into my car instead. With Tune-in, you can get pretty much everything that's on Sirius (that I listened to anyway).



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    Re: sirius radio pricing

    The only thing I miss from my Sirius trial was Faction to listen to Jason Ellis.



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    Re: sirius radio pricing

    Quote Originally Posted by Clonehomer View Post
    I've ended up just streaming to my cell phone and plugging that into my car instead. With Tune-in, you can get pretty much everything that's on Sirius (that I listened to anyway).
    I do that as well, and also cache stations with Slacker. Audio quality is great and I can skip songs or ban ones I don't like.



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    Quote Originally Posted by huntt26 View Post
    The only thing I miss from my Sirius trial was Faction to listen to Jason Ellis.
    That guy is nuts, he was on howard the other day talking about his new book and his dad molesting him and how he and his g/f cut each other and drink their blood.

    Hes a pretty cool guy but seems real fd up



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    Re: sirius radio pricing

    Never been a fan of Ellis.

    We bought a new car in January and the 3 month trial is set to expire in about 10 days. Had a friend buy the same car and a month after expiration they offered him a deal at $5/month. I'm holding out for that.



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