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It figures Directv would be higher , everyone else has it for 49.99 but Directv just had to have 59.99. I like Directv better than any other tv service I've ever had, but damn they nickle and dime you to death.

I really didn't want to give the NHL any money this season, but I just can't turn my back on the Wings. I'll order it since it's only 60 bucks.

Technically official pricing has not been released, but $59.99 is what multiple people have reported after calling. Direct is still claiming packaging information is being finalized.

http://www.directv.com/sports/nhl

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<blockquote class='ipsBlockquote'data-author="GMRwings1983" data-cid="2339980" data-time="1358181365"><p>

Like I'm giving those idiots any of my money. Nobody should pay it. Even if it was $5.99. </p></blockquote>

This. So much of this.

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Goddamnit, I feel my will to boycott the season eroding. Worst part is I was so adamant that I was going to give the NHL the Netflix treatment and my wife was all LOLyeahright.

She lives for the "I told you so"

EDIT--Relevant in this topic because the discount on CI is driving this...

Edited by heretic69

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Could someone please start a separate thread about Game Center? I am really only interested in Center Ice info.

Agreed.

I have 2 plasma hdtvs for a reason, and it's not watching NHL games on my laptop.

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I'm set up for auto-renewal on DirecTV. I just checked my account and unlike the other add-ons, there's no button for "sign-up" next to it. I assume I'm good to go, but no word on the price yet.

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Mine still says $0.00 from last year too. I was just on the phone with DTV and the guy told me it was $60; four payments of $14.99. He looked it up because he didn't believe me it would be that cheap for the whole year, but then I told him about the lockout. He confirmed that information as has been reported.

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Dish Network now has CI available to order on the 21st. They will have the broadcasts free for the first week starting the 19th.

The NHL Is Back. Enjoy our Free Preview of NHL Center Ice from January 19th-31st. Order Now for only $49.99

Dish customers can order online here:

http://www.mydish.com/pay-per-view/sports-and-events/hockey/

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Mine still says $0.00 from last year too. I was just on the phone with DTV and the guy told me it was $60; four payments of $14.99. He looked it up because he didn't believe me it would be that cheap for the whole year, but then I told him about the lockout. He confirmed that information as has been reported.

I was told the same thing after calling. I still don't get why Directv customers have to pay 10 more than everyone else. Would I be wrong in assuming Directv is insisting on the extra 10? I can't see the NHL and it's partners charging Directv more than they charge all other carriers. I know 10 bucks isn't a deal breaker, it's just the principle.

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Agreed.

I have 2 plasma hdtvs for a reason, and it's not watching NHL games on my laptop.

HDMI out from laptop to TV?

When I had gamecenter live, I streamed it from my apple TV, Boxee, and Roku boxes that I have plugged into my TVs. Those devices worked great. :)

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HDMI out from laptop to TV?

When I had gamecenter live, I streamed it from my apple TV, Boxee, and Roku boxes that I have plugged into my TVs. Those devices worked great. :)

Outta curiosity - were you able to get an HD picture (be it 720p, or 1080i) with the way you set things up?

While I agree there's numerous ways to feed the signal from your computer/laptop/internet device to your hdtv - I prefer the "no brainer" route of satellite tv, and hdtv combo.

I'm a bit of a simpleton :crazy:

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Would it upset you more if I told you I have a 55" LED tv, and a 60" LED tv?

:sadlike:

lol - nice!

Outta curiosity - are they "rear lit", or "side lit" LED tv's?

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