$99 Lifetime on All Roamio through 10/31 (not 10 yr loyalty promo!)

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  1. hooper

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    I was able to get lifetime for $99 dollars yesterday. Was on the $6.99 plan since purchase in 11/13. Only saved about $50 from normal lifetime cost of $399. Did the exact same thing with the premiere too in 2013 before selling it.

    Sad to say this will probably be my last Tivo though...
     
  2. tampa8

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    Roamio is now $199 for the unit and lifetime (all in) on the Tivo website.
     
  3. Chris Gerhard

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    Renewed Roamio OTA, 500GB model for $200 and it is a great deal if that is what you want.
     
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    Vadi

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    Anyone getting any deals lately? I have two Tivos that I'd like to get lifetime on for $199 or less.
     
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    rgrounds

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    Me too. I haven't tried lately. I got a Roamio Pro and 3 Mini's about a year ago and have tried 2-3 times to try and get an discount on a lifetime or all in deal with no luck. I was told here that I was wasting my time because they don't offer lifetime deals until after your first year contract is fulfilled.

    I got an email this week that if I bought one of those new Black Bolts they would transfer one of my S2 lifetimes to that new Bolt for $99.

    No thanks. I keep my Roamio that I am very happy with and hope for a deal down the road.


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  6. Apr 1, 2017 #726 of 731
    Vadi

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    I'm ending a two year contract on two refurbished Roamios. Looking to save money, and Comcast is offering their box up included in the plan. I'd rather stay with Tivo, but the $30 a month will be adding up quickly.
     
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    krkaufman

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    Vadi

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    PSU_Sudzi

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    Call them and ask. That's how I got it in the fall for my Roamio Plus after a year being a monthly subscriber.
     
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    Mikeguy

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    We all forget that asking can get somewhere (and, yes, it's a hassle). Amazon.com just gave me 40% off a purchase when it had sent me a slightly different design of a watch band than what I had ordered, when I called this to its attention. :)
     
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  11. Apr 2, 2017 #731 of 731
    rgrounds

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    That is my plan- Like I said I tried calling numerous times with no success. I called on "Major holidays" thinking they would be offering a sale. Granted this was right after Rovi bought TiVo and think some things were on hold initially. As soon as my year is up I am giving it ago.

    Prior to my Roamio Pro I had 5 Series 2 boxes. I had 4 of them on Lifetime and had no plans to upgrade them until Cox Communication turned them into door stops with their all digital conversion last year in my market. I am happy with my Roamio and Mini's, it just wasn't my plan to upgrade at that time.

    Crossing my fingers that I can get an All In deal after my year is up.

    Thanks guys!
     

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