Essay on Can 't Cut The Cord? Trying Shaving It?
While watching TV without a cable subscription is easy for most, there are situations that may leave some tied to cable TV. For instance, you may want to watch your home town baseball team. Personally, I just started listening to games on the radio. However, I can understand if you must watch the game live on TV.
Others are tied to cable or satellite TV due to where they live. Some areas of the country do not have good over the air coverage and would miss out on network TV. Hulu and CBS All Access could substitute, but that would lack live events and local news.
Watching the NFL without cable would still be possible, but it’s much easier to catch your local football team with an antenna.
Whether it’s local sports or the inability to use a TV antenna, there are solutions to save money by trimming your cable bill and becoming a cord shaver. Here are 5 ways you can save money on cable TV without completely cutting the cord.
Use Your Own Cable Box
The average household spends about $20 a month on renting cable boxes. This is a multi-billion dollar revenue source for cable and satellite providers. They are all taking us for a ride.
Did you know you don’t have to pay your pay TV provider $240 a year for the privilege of paying them even more to watch TV? You can simply own your cable box. They have to allow this to stay in compliance with the law.
Just look on your TV providers website for the equipment they support and you can buy it…