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Discussion in 'TiVo Premiere DVRs' started by freeze12, Mar 8, 2012.
Great deal but can't add it to cart.
I had no problem adding it.
Can Lifetime be added to this box?
I just looked and I guess for $99 I also would also have no problem adding it!!
Tivo currently has a ad on that they give you the box for free if you pay for service. Maybe they will give you a box for free if you pay for lifetime?
Looks like it was a one day deal, and that day was yesterday (which I missed). Bummer.
Oh yah, MSD Lifetime also, TiVo wants the $20/month for the Free TiVo
Add the code "MARCH2012" and it will take it back down to sale price.
Got that info from Slickdeals
I just added it to cart again 03/09...still comes up as $49.95...
+ $9 shipping
Would your monthly subscription change if you ended up buying one of those for 49.99 or could you keep the same monthly rate and just replace the boxes?
TiVo doesn't do TSN swaps anymore. You might can get a CSR to do it but it is rare these days. All new activations require an all new commitment.
These are refurbished or used CORRECT ?
can only buy one at that price
The heading says "Buy it New"
TiVo also has a promo $79.99 + $14.99/mo 1yr commitment
OP thanks for the post. I have 2 HD units and was going to wait to upgrade to Premiere units. I was able to buy a regular premiere and an elite for $468.93 including shipping from Electronics Expo. I got the Premiere for $49.95 + $8.99 shipping and the Elite for $400 + $9.99 shipping. I tried to get them to combine shipping but they wouldn't/couldn't because I had to buy the Premiere online and had to call the store for the Elite. Like I said I wasn't going to upgrade but I couldn't really pass this deal up. If I would have bought directly from Tivo ( free shipping but would have had to pay 8% sales tax) the two units would have cost $538.91 (assuming they would have sold me the Elite for $399).
I was going to pull the trigger on this deal, but then I discovered that neither Firefox nor IE would connect to the checkout page with a secure connection. Firefox said the connection is only partially secure and IE showed no indication of the relevant pages being secured at all. As I'm not familiar with this store, I'm going to be overly cautious and pass on this deal.
Your loss, EE is an authorized Tivo reseller. I got my Premiere from them a couple of days ago.
I haven't tried buying from Electronics Expo. Maybe they had a server glitch or he has an out-of-date browser or something. But "authorized Tivo reseller" or not, I agree with S3-2501 that there's no way I'm going to enter credit card information into any web site that can't make a secure connection.