- Raffle: Mary’s Gone Crackers - November 27, 2020
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- Costco Coupons, Member-Only Savings, December 2020 - November 18, 2020
*I am too tired to think about Cable TV for now. But, I will do my research and update you in a month or two. My goal is to enjoy TV in moderation and save money.
I understand why some people must have cable TV. For example, if I had a son who enjoys NBA (basketball), even if he has a little interest, I will get sports channels for him. I will enjoy watching my son following his favorite players. That alone will be worth of paying big bucks. Or, if I had a father who likes to watch news channels, it will be money well spent.
For now, I live alone and I have my financial priorities.
Hulu is increasing No Ads + Live TV bundle price from $60.99 to $70.99 starting 12/18/2020.
So, I dropped my TV subscription within 5 minutes from receiving that notification email. I will take this as God’s way of making me more productive (play guitar, enjoy hobby, work around the house, personal fitness, etc, etc…). Let’s see if I will ever miss live TV.
I will now pay $11.99/mo for basic Hulu. I may check out Philo ($20/m)
It’s disgusting… I don’t think it’s normal for us to pay $80 a month for TV. Am I wrong? That’s $850 a year. If you add DVR and ability to skip commercials, it quickly becomes thousand Dollars a year. I can no longer justify that much money for TV.
The only thing I will miss on live TV is 4th of July Nathan’s hot dog eating contest. It’s the greatest TV moment in history. George Shea’s introduction needs to be watched live, not recorded.