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Jul 1, 2017
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Sportsnet Now Premium - $50 off

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Price:
199.99
Savings:
$50
For a limited time, before the NHL season starts, you can subscribe to stream all your favourite sports including WWE for $50 off the regular price ($249)

Please note... For NHL fans this has taken over NHL Live and now you're now forced to watch your favourite teams on this platform only.
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Dec 25, 2018
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Use promo code EARLYBIRD to get it for $179.99 ($70 off) until Oct 10. Didn’t think it’s worth posting
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Feb 19, 2004
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Mississauga
what a ripoff!
you can get annual IPTV subscriptions for less than this.
please don't slip into my DMs asking for options...
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Sep 30, 2010
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Mississauga
guessguy wrote: what a ripoff!
you can get annual IPTV subscriptions for less than this.
please don't slip into my DMs asking for options...
IPTV is not even reliable
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Jan 16, 2011
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The NORTH
Problem is the ABSOLUTE S*IT connection's you have to suffer thru, constant issues with streams, dropped frames, freezes.... And they have the audacity to call it PREMIUM?!?!
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Sep 10, 2001
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I find it cheaper to add sportsnet and tsn to my TV package since the come with sportsnet and tsn online.
Ymmv.
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Apr 4, 2017
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$200 is ridiculous imo
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Nov 24, 2006
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Winnipeg
Worth pointing out that for much of Canada, you must also have access to TSN to watch your NHL team's games.

I think Montreal, Winnipeg, Ottawa, and Toronto have most of their regular games (the ones not televised nationally) broadcast on TSN.

If you try to watch your team's games on Sportsnet for non-national games, the game will be blacked out. Your can probably get around this with a VPN, if you want to bother with that sort of thing.
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Dec 19, 2018
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kr0zet wrote: Problem is the ABSOLUTE S*IT connection's you have to suffer thru, constant issues with streams, dropped frames, freezes.... And they have the audacity to call it PREMIUM?!?!
I've watched dozens and dozens of different games on my pc using Sportsnet Now and I've never had one dropped frame, freeze or tiny skip. Always just a smooth feed and the picture looks amazing on my monitor. Makes me think it's your connection or hardware that's causing all the issues.
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Feb 24, 2016
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TSN and cbc saturdays would fit most needs.
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Aug 19, 2014
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jackpie wrote: IPTV is not even reliable
Not true at all.
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Aug 19, 2014
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What a joke these online streaming services are? They can't even deliver real time streams with no delay, but price it crazy high. Not to mention, you need multiple subs to get all your sports need.
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Aug 13, 2020
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chhotadon wrote: What a joke these online streaming services are? They can't even deliver real time streams with no delay, but price it crazy high. Not to mention, you need multiple subs to get all your sports need.
Ok
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Oct 2, 2014
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Madden, AB
I just want a cheap way to watch a daily sports highlights show. Any recommendations?
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Oct 13, 2008
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Durham
$200 a season. Hahahahahahahahaha

I paid $250 per box and have all them channels. And no monthly/annual payments. Done.
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Oct 21, 2019
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jdmfishingonly wrote: $200 a season. Hahahahahahahahaha

I paid $250 per box and have all them channels. And no monthly/annual payments. Done.
Box of what
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Nov 26, 2008
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dvdvideo wrote: I find it cheaper to add sportsnet and tsn to my TV package since the come with sportsnet and tsn online.
Ymmv.
Hold on…..

If I put the tsn or sportsnet app on my nvidia shield and log in using my tv provider credentials…I could watch sports events on my lone tv that doesn’t have a cable box?


If so, my mind could be blown.
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Oct 7, 2017
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jdmfishingonly wrote: $200 a season. Hahahahahahahahaha

I paid $250 per box and have all them channels. And no monthly/annual payments. Done.
You're talking about something illegal I presume? Not really a great alternative for a legal service.

$179 with the EARLYBIRD code makes it $15/month. For NHL, MLB, NBA, and other sports. If you're not an NFL fan, but more than just an NHL sports fan, this seems like a much better deal than previous $180 for just NHL Live. Remains to be seen though until the season actually starts and we see how this compares.
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gojetsgo wrote: Worth pointing out that for much of Canada, you must also have access to TSN to watch your NHL team's games.

I think Montreal, Winnipeg, Ottawa, and Toronto have most of their regular games (the ones not televised nationally) broadcast on TSN.

If you try to watch your team's games on Sportsnet for non-national games, the game will be blacked out. Your can probably get around this with a VPN, if you want to bother with that sort of thing.
Yes you can read more about that here: https://www.snnow.ca/support/blog/suppo ... rtsnet-now
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Sep 11, 2013
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Vaughan
Until ISP's lower their pricing to an affordable level and stop gouging, I'll continue to use torrents.

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