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Want to Trim More Than a Tree This Season? Cut Your TV Bill With Dish’s Flex Pack

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Wish you had more room in your wallet to spend on things other than a bloated bunch of TV channels that you don’t even watch? Dish can help you cut the fat with svelte packs of the channels you DO watch. Priced starting at $39.99 per month, the Dish TV Flex Pack offers 50 channels, including some of the most popular: A&E, AMC, Cartoon Network, CNN, Discovery, Food Network, FX, HGTV, TNT, TV Land, and USA.

Don’t fret that you’re going to lose your faves, especially specialty programming if you have children or are a sports lover – you can easily expand on the basic pack by purchasing theme-based program packs, including local broadcast channels, kids programming, news, action and ESPN sports channels.

Buy: Dish Satellite TV Flex Pack Starts at $39.99

With your basic fee of $39.99 you get to choose one pack. The additional packs range in price from $4 to $10 and more per month. There are also super premium channels you can add like HBO, Showtime, Cinemax and Starz (free for three months but $60 more/month after that).

The basic Dish TV Flex Pack comes with a standard Dish receiver, but you can upgrade to the more advanced Hopper 3 DVR (which Wired magazine called, “the most ludicrously powerful cable box ever”) for just $10 more per month. If you’re new to Dish, you get free installation and a two-year price guarantee.

If Christmas trees aren’t all you’re looking to trim this year, now’s a great time to slim down your satellite television bill and try Dish’s flex packs.

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