AT&T TV · 1 mo ago
from $50 w/ $50 Visa Reward Card and 1 Year HBO

That's a savings of $20 for the usual activation fee, $180 for a year of HBO, and a $50 Visa card to top it all off. Shop Now at AT&T TV

  • The TV price is higher in the second year and a $10-per-month internet equipment fee applies.
  • Be sure to cancel HBO before it renews at full price at the end of the one year period.
  • Save an additional $10/mo. for 12 mos. on TV when you bundle with internet or wireless
  • 1 year of HBO included
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  • Expired 4/12/2020
    Published 4/4/2020
    Verified 4/8/2020
  • Popularity: 5/5
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I second with CJED. Beware of ATT, and their reward card "hook, line and sinker" scam. I never received a $50 Visa Card, and this was even I complained about them not committing to it. Nothing else they did to compensate, in any form.

ATT TV..hahah. I'd rather get a high end Roku model (no fees nor monthly subscriptions, your "hands aren't tied"), and watch any of the numerous free streaming TV channels (i.e. Pluto TV, etc) or ala carte premium channels, etc and be done with it. Enough said.

ATT is simply predatory.
How I detest these "24-month" teases that are actually 12 month deals with another 12 month commitment. Slimy, and totally reflective of the current head of AT&T's similar sliminess.

Deal with integrity - offer a real 12 month or 24 month deal.
Careful with ATT, I had them a few times under similar offers. ATT will not give you the reward card, either because of time limits, or something wasn't done right to sign up.