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Black Friday 2019: Cable TV Deals



Xfinity deals

$150 Visa gift card

From November 27 to December 10, new Xfinity customers can get a $150 Visa gift card with online orders of select Xfinity TV, internet, and phone bundles. That cash can go a long way to help you buy all the Christmas gifts on your list.

If you’re already an Xfinity customer, you can sneak in some savings too. You can get a $50 or $100 Visa gift card when you switch to select TV and internet bundles.

Whichever deal you go with, cash money is never a bad present to give yourself this holiday season.

Verizon Fios deals

$100 Visa gift card and Disney+

If you sign up for select two-year service deals from Verizon before January 8, 2020, you can look forward to a $100 Visa gift card in return. You’ll also be gifted keys to the Disney Vault with a year of Disney+ on the house.

Not sure two-years of commitment is right for you? Skip the two-year deal, and Verizon will still treat you to a year of Disney+ with your new plan. It’s time for you to dive into the new Disney+ Originals and old classics like you’re Scrooge McDuck diving into piles of gold.

In select Verizon Fios areas. Deals applicable to new customers.

AT&T deals

HBO®* and 30 GB mobile hotspot data per line

We don’t talk much about mobile phone deals here at CableTV.com, but this deal is right up our alley.

When you sign up for AT&T Unlimited Elite, you’ll get HBO included and 30 GB of hotspot data for every line. Plus, this plan comes with high definition streaming and 100 GB of premium unlimited data per line—an excellent holiday gift for every on-the-go TV viewer.

*Video may be ltd. to SD. Must activate HBO at www.att.com/myatt. Compatible device req’d (sold separately). Content, programming and channels subj to change. Speed, limits & other restr’s apply.

About the Author

Rachel has spent the past two years at CableTV.com writing articles that demystify hidden fees, DVRs, sound systems, and more. She makes door-to-door DISH and DIRECTV salespeople uncomfortable with her in-depth questions—but if that’s what it takes to get you the best TV experience, she’s happy to do it. In addition to writing for CableTV.com, Rachel’s work has been featured on Today.com, TechGuySmartBuy.com, HowtoWatch.com, and SatelliteInternet.com.

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