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.

"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.
Reply125 months
Now, if they can get the other 6000 channels I have to work I'll be happy.
Reply125 months
What a generous act by DirecTV to not charge people for things that don't exist. :bow:

Reply125 months
DirectTV had to put out this statement though, there are some people out there who were actually concerned about this.
125 months
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