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Old 09-14-16, 11:55 AM
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Most overpriced streaming service?

AHL Live(early bird price)-299 dollars. Minor League Hockey. Hell's Bell's ,that's more than the Greedy NFL's Sunday Ticket.

I don't know how many games are in HD and it's never been available on Roku.

Compared to MILB TV which usually runs 50 bucks(per season).
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Re: Most overpriced streaming service?

Is that lifetime or one season?? Damn that's a lot. Personally, any service more than $9.99 is overpriced IMO. I only have Netflix with 4K that's $11.99/month and I think that's too much.
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Re: Most overpriced streaming service?

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Is that lifetime or one season?? Damn that's a lot. Personally, any service more than $9.99 is overpriced IMO. I only have Netflix with 4K that's $11.99/month and I think that's too much.
That's for one season.
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Re: Most overpriced streaming service?

I think CBS All Access is overpriced considering you can NBC, ABC, and Fox shows all on Hulu for 11.99 commercial free.
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CBS All-Access needs too add more content.

Do they own all the made for tv movies that were shown back in the 1970's and 1980's or were those shown mostly on the other networks?

I can understand not releasing complete series because once you watch them all ,there might be the need too keep subscribing(if you aren't interested in their current programming).

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