What is a good rate to pay for Sirius xm?

IA Shelby

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I have three cars that are Sirius enabled. I have let 2/3 lapse. The one that is still active I find myself listening to quite a bit.

I know they are quick to negotiate on rates.

What is the best deal you have all received on Sirius?

I thought I read someone got them to agree to $100 a year.
 

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$25 for 6 months is usually what I get renewal offers for.

That's what I pay. Comes to just under $30 with taxes. It auto renews at the full price after 6 months but you can call and have them adjust the price back to the "promotional" rate and refund you the difference.
 

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I like it when you are on the phone with them and they end with "we know you have choices in satellite radio, thank you for choosing SiriusXM" I have wanted to ask what my other choices are. I had an issue with them earlier this year. My mom bought me a 2 year subscription for my 2014 along with the Travellink updates for my nav system, they never activated the nav updates. Had to escalate it a few levels, but finally got it handled.
 

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they are running three month free right now. At least, they are for me. I got a letter in the mail saying I was getting it for a free trial.
 

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The 90 day free trial on my 2011 GT lasted from Jun 10 - Jan 14. I guess they finally did an audit and turned it off. I was nearly convinced it would be free forever. I stopped the subscriptions on my other two vehicles before I bought my 2011 when they insisted that they wanted full price after I was getting it deeply discounted for several years. Full price is just way too pricey IMO.
 

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Free. It was pointless. Most channels suck then the ones you do use play the same loop of songs just like regular radio.
 

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$25 for 6 months is usually what I get renewal offers for.

That's what I pay. Comes to just under $30 with taxes. It auto renews at the full price after 6 months but you can call and have them adjust the price back to the "promotional" rate and refund you the difference.

I call every six months and tell them that I want to cancel my service, and I get this deal every time.


THIS^^^ anything more is for suckers...
 

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I bought the lifetime membership back when they offered it for like $400 about 8 years ago. Not one bill, and I have free internet radio too. No sure if they still do that.
 

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You can definitely get Sirius to give you a substantial discount, and definitely do that if you're a committed Sirius user. I had Sirius for a few years but got tired of paying for Sirius' for each vehicle, and saw limitations of content. I checked out Pandora and instantly saw it to be a superior chose for me. I love that I can choose the artists/music styles of my choice by creating stations. So now I pay $36.00 a year and listen to the artists of my choosing. Oh, and that $36.00 fee is not "per vehicle". One price and you can use your Pandora account for all of your vehicles and also in your home/office. :)
 

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