YouTube TV’s 14-Day Free Trial Offer Ends Tomorrow

Been thinking of trying YouTube TV? Well you may want to hurry as right now YouTube TV is offering a 14-day free trial. YouTube TV has for some time been changing the length of their free trial. At one point it was even as high as 30 days. More recently it has been a 7-day free trial. Right now though you can get a 14-day free trial but you need to hurry as the 14-day free trial ends tomorrow.

Terms and Conditions:

General YouTube TV Offer Redemption Terms

Offer only available to customers who are not current YouTube TV subscribers, have not been YouTube TV subscribers nor participated in a YouTube TV trial previously. Promotional value of subscription(s) are nontransferable, not for resale, and not redeemable for cash. Offer available in markets where YouTube TV service is available. Valid form of payment required at sign-up but will not be charged until the trial period expires. At the end of the trial period, you will be automatically charged the standard subscription price, currently $40.00USD per month. You can cancel your trial at no charge at any time before the trial is over. Offer requires a Google account. Full terms here: https://www.youtube.com/t/terms_paidservice

Specific Offer Terms: YouTube TV Extended Free Trial

This YouTube TV 14 day trial promotion is only open to participants in the United States in live YouTube TV DMAs between August 1, 2018 and August 14, 2018 (by 11:59pm PST). This promotion is only open to participants who are new users and have not had a YouTube TV free trial before and is not open to participants who use Apple IOS Billing. Offer must be redeemed by 11:59pm PST

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