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If the NFL season doesn't kick off when it's supposed to, or it actually doesn't kick off at all, DirecTV "Sunday Ticket" owners will not be charged for missed games.
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"If the NFL negotiations result in a shortened or canceled season, rest assured that DIRECTV has you covered," the satellite television provider said. "Your subscription to NFL SUNDAY TICKET is risk-free: You will not pay for any game that the NFL does not play."
I mean, I appreciate the note, but if they really, really, really wanted to lose fans during a lockout - charge them for games that don't exist.
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But, what happens if they use replacement players? Sunday ticket is expensive enough, I wouldn't want to pay to see a bunch of nobodies suiting up in NFL jersey.
Reply138 months
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Now, if they can get the other 6000 channels I have to work I'll be happy.
Reply138 months
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What a generous act by DirecTV to not charge people for things that don't exist. :bow:

:lol:
Reply138 months
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DirectTV had to put out this statement though, there are some people out there who were actually concerned about this.
138 months
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