How to Get a Discount on Sirius XM Radio Subscription

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Posted on Feb 13th 2021
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How to Get a Discount on Sirius XM Radio Subscription
Emma Johnson
By Emma Johnson

@SpoofeeDeals

Existing customers can get 75% off or more on SiriusXM Satellite Radio subscription without a coupon code. Currently they are offering 6 months for $29.94! You can also choose 1 year for $60. Some have re-tried with a different rep if the customer service rep did not give them the deal.

Watch the video of how this deal is done


Regular Price is $17.99 / month
Regular Price for 6 months is $107.94



New/Returning Customers - How to get 6 months for $29.94 (Hassle Free)
* Go to SiriusXM and sign up through this link to see the 6 months for $4.99/month



Current Subscribers - How to get the lowest rate
Step 1
You can now do online chat to get this deal!
Go to SiriusXM's website and choose to chat online!

If you prefer to call still, you can do so by calling 1-888-601-6302


Step 2
Tell the CSR (Customer Service Rep) that you would like to cancel because of the price (or any reason you'd like) and they will offer you a lower price


Step 3
Sirius XM will first try to offer you 1 year for $60 ($5/month)
Say that is still too much or ask for a better offer and they'll offer you 6 months for $29.94
It's only $5 a month!


Step 4
If CSR doesn't offer, cancel the cancellation request and just be honest and that you wanted the $60/year offer


Step 5
Mark your calendar to call them before the next renewal date to get a promotional rate again and again and again!




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Guest #338 - 1 week ago
I always check out this site to get prepared and motivated when I call SiriusXM. I was able to keep my $60 for 12 months plus fees and taxes for $72 each of my three cars. Just told them I had to cancel otherwise.
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Guest #338 - 1 week ago
I was able to keep my $60 for 12 months plus fees and taxes for $72 each on my three cars. Just told them I had to cancel otherwise.
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Guest #501 - 2 weeks ago
Did the chat and was first offered $5.99 per month for Music and Entertainment after I told the agent I wanted to cancel. I told them I could only afford to continue at the same $4.99 rate as last year. After checking, the agent agreed. So - got Music and Entertainment for $72.25 a year, same as my rate for the last year.
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Guest #8176 - 3 weeks ago
Similar to another customer - I am a long time subscriber of 10 years. The claim is this price will never increase as long as my account is in good standing or I cancel. I paid 125.00 for 1 yr ALL ACCESS tax and fees included.
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Guest #287 - 2 months ago
Seems like new strategies are in play. First, I usually negotiated an annual plan playing this game running from $60 to $99 per year plus fees depending on the year. Now when renewal came up it was 17.99 a month which is not of any value to me. Chatted and was able to get down to my price point which is 4.99/month paid monthly with a reversion to full price one year later. What was not communicated was this was a downgrade of service severely taking away on-line listening channels. So I called (no more chat) and was wholeheartedly ready to cancel since I can do more with other services I subscribe to. I was offered a no contract $7.75 a month (paid monthly) with no additional fees or taxes called something like advantage. I have been a subscriber far to long (early adopter before internet streaming of the original duopoly because of my remote location at the time) and apparently this is special for long time subscribers. I will give it a month or two and see how I feel about the service. The claim is this price will never increase as long as my account is in good standing or I cancel. Seems too good to be true but I am playing along for now. This is $93 per year all in with fees and taxes. I will wait a couple of charges to see if it holds true.
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Guest #759 - 2 months ago
nceled. Two days later call from SXM with %.00 month plus fees. Cancel, fill out their survey, and wait until they call you.
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Guest #501 - 3 months ago
Did chat and got Music Showcase for $72 including taxes and fees for a year. It's only 100 channels but has everything I listen to anyway. I really only listen to about a half dozen music channels.
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Guest #449 - 4 months ago
Have used Spoofee technique for renewing at discounted rate for 7 years. They would not offer me the $60/yr rate. Went back and forth 3 times and only went as low as $72/yr plus junk fees. I cancelled. Funny part is that I don’t even care. Too many other music options out there now.
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Guest #534 - 4 months ago
Called friday. Asked for $60/12, offered $72. Canceled.
I can go online today and get the $60/12 offer as a new customer.
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Guest #251 - 4 months ago
Another thing to warn about invoice billing, I kept receiving phone calls, emails and letters about paying my invoice when in fact I haven't received my invoice! I actually mailed out my payment on one of the notices usually in years past I would receive my invoice in the mail promptly but this time it took awhile well over a month to finally arrive!
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Guest #440 - 4 months ago
Today 2/11/22, got Music & Entertainment for $72.00 for 1 yr. All fees and taxes waived
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Guest #1338 - 4 months ago
Just made my annual call to SiriusXM and was able to renew Music & Entertainment at $60/year fees. They originally offered the current promo of $72/year ($5.99/mth) but agreed to match last year's promo after asking. I have 4 radios so that may have been why they agreed to match it.
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Guest #542 - 5 months ago
Went online to cancel, was given a number to call. Called and was offered the Platinum for $99 a year, total was $120~ after some fees which is what I pay every year. NEVER EVER put a credit card on file!! Pay the $2 for a paper billing so you don't get autocharged. EZ....only a fool would pay $300 for Sirius and they need to stop the games and charge a realistic rate.
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Guest #597 - 5 months ago
Just renewed Music & Entertainment for $5.99 for 2 vehicles. Total $90.94 . They Waived the $2.00 invoice fee on each vehicle.
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Guest #586 - 5 months ago
I called the 866-635-2349 customer retention line mentioned below and recieved a better overall experience. Last year I negoicated the rep into a corner and she cancelled my account and hung up on me. I recieved the invoice for over $320.00 for one mobile radio and All Access. No way I can afford that! I was offered the discount rate $99.00 a year with taxes and fees came to 122.19 for the full year. I tried to get the $60.00 a year price but recieved push back from the rep stating it was no longer offered (year right). At least she did not ask for a credit card on file this time. So it comes to 1/3 of the listed full price which I can live with.
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Guest #258 - 5 months ago
I have an older XM radio. Sub was up Jan 15 2022. I logged into my account on January 14. In the dropdown menu, there is an option to cancel that I selected, and a pop-up said that I couldn't renew online and had to speak to chat. Well, instead of clicking on chat, I closed the pop up and it let me proceed and I was able to get Music and Entertainment for 6 months for 29.94 plus 6.41 royalties. ( Platinum was 99 for the year and M&E was 60 for the year but I only wanted the 6 months). Didn't need chat at all. This was the fastest easiest renewal I have ever had..
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Guest #572 - 5 months ago
I've had sirius in the car since we bought it in 2013. Never paid more than $5/month. Today got in chat and told them I would cancel if I didn't get that rate as the renewal high rate would go into effect tomorrow. Gave me all kinds of other offers and said that rate was no longer available. I told them I saw a $5/month offer via email 2 days ago for another car that we don't subscribe on and they said that was an email only deal and not availble in chat. Told them I got the $5 in chat last year which is true (in prior years I had called the 888 phone number) but still wouldn't budge on $5/month so I cancelled. Told them their loss, we've been a subscriber for 8 years and I know the rate IS available for some customers and not right not to give everyone the same price. Will see what they now offer to come back and I bet it's $5/month.
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Guest #389 - 6 months ago
Last year's price for Music & Entertainment level was $60 $12.84 fees = $71.85. Used chat to cancel due to renewal cost and was offered $71.88 $14.98 fees = $86.86 ($15 increase). Was told this would be my forever annual price year-after-year until I cancel or change service.
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Guest #227 - 6 months ago
Wife's car has had Sirius cancelled for at least 3 years. Just received promotional offer in the mail
for Music and Entertainment plan....$99 for 3 years. $2.75 per month with free activation.
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Guest #7663 - 6 months ago
I spoke to about 5 reps and not one would budge on giving me 12 months @ $60. The new promo is 12 months @ $72.00 plus fees and taxes for a total of $92 . They lost a 15-year customer and don't even care.
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Guest #251 - 6 months ago
I tried twice seems in order to NOT give them a credit card they will only offer me a 6 month deal, so I took the Music & Entertainment deal for $36 they wouldn't waive the royalty fee but they waived the invoice fee comes to $44ish
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Guest #579 - 6 months ago
Online chat for 30 minutes I was only able to get $36 for 6 months plus fees for Music & Entertainment for invoice billing. I tried asking for $72/year but a card is required for that deal and won't budge from that. Will try again....
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Guest #266 - 7 months ago
paid 8.25 plus fees for last year (all access/platinum), best they would do was 11.99 - I cancelled. They lose a 6 year subscriber
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Guest #462 - 7 months ago
11-29-21 sirius wanted $82 for select and traffic/travel for 6 months. Wouldn’t budge so I canceled. I did have to go through 3 reps. Lost an hour and a half.
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Guest #7454 - 7 months ago
Renewed today and got the Platinum Advantage plan for $131 USD per year. The confirmation e-mail (and the XM rep) say I will get the same price when it auto-renews next year. I'm happy at ~$11 per month for Platinum with rollover at this price to avoid the yearly cancel/renewal dance. If it goes up, I'll get my dancing shoes back out. On the NavLink and Traffic & Weather side, I had been getting this combo for $3 USD per month for 6 years with no hesitation on renewal. Today, they would only go full price on each service, so I dropped them. We'll see if I get any 'please come back' offers, or if Sirius is trying to get out of that part of their business. Time on call with the Sirius rep was 20 minutes today. Thanks to all who share renewal info here. It's saved me a lot of money the past few years.
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Guest #636 - 7 months ago
A bit of pain today, but I got the Music & Entertainment deal for $60 plus fees and taxes for one year. But I had to fight for it this time. The supposed 'best rate' they could give me was $72/year plus F&T for a total of $93.77. I told them I wanted the lower rate again. After threatening to cancel, they give me their best rate, but also applied a one time discount of $15.67. So the rate was the same as last year. Total was $78.10.
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Guest #613 - 7 months ago
Definitely the hardest time I've had renewing our 2 radios in 6 yrs. CSR was quite stingy with offers and I actually had to go all the way to cancelling. In the middle of the cancellation process, he came back with a $5.99/mo. offer for 1 year. The plans have changed and I'm not entirely sure everything we're used to will be included in the new plan. If not, we'll cancel and try again.
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Guest #7717 - 7 months ago
Took a bit of effort using chat but got old Select (now Music & Entertainment) for $5.99/mo taxes & fees = hair over $90yr. Probably will cancel next year and wait for offer in the mail.
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Guest #2863 - 8 months ago
10-28-21 called cust service as my subscription was up for renewal 11-1 tried to get the $60 fees for 12 months that I’ve been able to get for several years now and they would not honor that rate kept offering rates over $100 I kept pushing back about the $60 for 12 months he said that was no longer offered and when I said ok cancel my services he came back with $72 fees which makes it $6 a month before fees total was $87. It’s comes out to be $15 more total then before which I won’t gripe over it’s still a decent deal for 1 year compared to the full price.
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Guest #9103 - 8 months ago
I just called 1-888-601-6302 and was told the $60 promo expired last month and the new promo is $72 which at $6 per month is better than the $23 per month my auto renewal was setup for.
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Guest #626 - 8 months ago
I just renewed two cars at $60 per year per car tax included. Which is five dollars per month per car. The best they were going to offer me was $6.14 per month. They will try to tell you that the $60 per year offer is no longer available. Don’t listen to them. it’s still available. You just need to work a little harder to get it. You will really need to sell the fact that you are going to cancel if they don’t offer it to you. If the agent refuses to offer to you just hang up and call again. This is the best offer you’ll get
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Guest #9564 - 8 months ago
I do the dance every 6 or 12 months depending on the last, best deal I got. They were really stubborn this time but using the chat feature I was able to get Premium for $110 (all in) for 12 months. Note that is ALL IN.

Also, NEVER GIVE THEM YOUR CREDIT CARD. Always say that you will pay by check and that you will not accept the $2 fee
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Guest #618 - 8 months ago
I have been renewing at the promotional rate (every 6 months or 12 months) for probably 10 years now. I called twice in the past couple days, and both agents told me that my $60/year deal is no longer available (as of 10/1/2021), but there is a $72/year deal. I finally cancelled for the first time those 10 years. My online account is now offering me $30 for 6 months on one radio, but not the other. I am going to wait it out and see if I get a more formal offer.
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Guest #4050 - 8 months ago
Just used the link listed below, '4.99/mo Music & Entertainment (prev. SELECT) for 12 month, but now with a FREE UPGRADE TO PLATINUM (prev. All Access)! See https://care.siriusxm.com/subscribe/checkout/flepz?intcmp=POF_NA_www:FreeListen:General_SEL&programcode=MLTMCP12FOR5' worked for me. Only thing is they are charging the card 6.06 every month for the year. Couldn't get them to budge on their price when I called.
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Guest #3909 - 8 months ago
Called to cancel (renew) for the $60 I have been getting for the last 4 or 5 years. They would not budge from $66 for the year and cancelled me. Will have to have to see if they send me a deal, or we may have parted ways.
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Guest #408 - 8 months ago
Customer Service is certainly pushing back on fully discounted subscriptions. I've been 'negotiating' a discounted price for several years and I'm lifetime (home account) member since 2007. All I wanted to do was maintain my current pricing plan, but the best they would do was a $9.xx annual increase. The principal of the matter actually brought me to canceling my vehicle subscription. They wouldn't budge and neither would (or will) I. With Covid restrictions, I'm rarely in my vehicle anymore anyway. So I canceled. First time for everything I guess. Next time I'm in my car will serve as a reminder to check in for current discount pricing - or wait for a mailed discount offer.
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Guest #622 - 8 months ago
Tried this they wouldn't go below $96 plus fees & tax
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Guest #272 - 8 months ago
After over 10 years of calling and getting $5 per month for various lengths of time, they would not offer it this time. The best they could do was $6/mo plus fees and taxes, after numerous attempts. Even when they offer $4.99/mo on their website for inactive radios. Just on principles alone, I told them to cancel. Then I went to the Sirius XM website, choose my now inactive radio, and got the $4.99 price. If that's how they want to play the game, fine. Website link:

https://care.siriusxm.com/subscribe/checkout/flepz?programCode=MCP5FOR12&tbView=DM&intcmp=PCK_all_DM-1260SE-630SE-MLP_12FOR60_022720_SE
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Guest #550 - 9 months ago
Looks like you now must to have a credit card on file with Sirius XM rather than paying by check or money order. Makes it much easier for them to auto renew without your consent. I ended up cancelling today because my XM Select 6 month subscription($29.94 plus fees and taxes) was no longer available. And these new Platinum and Advantage subscriptions need a credit card. no thanks.
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Guest #550 - 9 months ago
Sadly, I just called and they are no longer offering the 6 months for $29.94. Now they are doing a Platinum Plan and an Advantage Plan. They are promoting the fact that the monthly price will remain Forever the same. It is an auto renewal with a credit card. Still too high. And I do not want them to have my credit card on file.
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Guest #472 - 9 months ago
My car was up for renewal, so as i do every year for the last 16 years, i called to cancel or get a better deal for Platinum. After 20 minutes of negotiating, they would not budge, so i canceled and told them i will wait for them to send me a better offer in a few days. Lo and behold, 3 days later, i get an email offer for $4.99 a month, which includes platinum for a year.
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Guest #569 - 10 months ago
I called to cancel. Ended up being offered $6/month which was what I was paying with an annual subscription. I am comfortable with that.
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Guest #519 - 10 months ago
Are use chat and got six months for $30. With tax and service fees and a small credit from my previous subscription it was $38.38. I do this every six months because I don’t want to leave a credit card. Tried something new this time. Ordered an E gift card through Kroger for SiriusXM for the exact amount of my bill and used it to pay online. Can avoid them sending me an invoice this way.
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Guest #338 - 10 months ago
That $20.63 price doesn't start until 2022....
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Guest #398 - 10 months ago
They are running a deal until 9/28 now.... 4.99/mo Music & Entertainment (prev. SELECT) for 12 more but now with a FREE UPGRADE TO PLATINUM (prev. All Access)! See https://care.siriusxm.com/subscribe/checkout/flepz?intcmp=POF_NA_www:FreeListen:General_SEL&programcode=MLTMCP12FOR5
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Guest #467 - 10 months ago
Once again I got the 12 month Select for $60 taxes and it took under 10 minutes !
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Guest #495 - 10 months ago
Chat wasn't operational, so I did the quick dance with customer service over the phone. After shutting down her asking about what stations I used most, I told her that I just want to keep the exact plan that I have, and do it for $60/year. She came back with $108/year. I told her that I had a 'friend' who just renewed for $60, and I wanted that price. She asked me told hold while she 'checked with her supervisor...lol. Her supervisor must have been sitting on her lap, because she was gone for about 5 seconds, and came back with the $60 plus fees. Total for one year of select - $76.87. Took a total of about 8 minutes.
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Guest #3605 - 10 months ago
Used chat to get the 6 months for $30 offer on two radios. They offered me Platinum for what came to about $9/month for 6 months. That's not bad, but I don't need/want Platinum. Thanks!
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Guest #462 - 10 months ago
First time in years the Agents on the phone were not willing to keep my $99 All Access (Now called Platinum). Wouldn't budge...wanted me to pay over $170! Tried the online chat and was able to keep paying the same price for Platinum as prior years! Amazed the online chat treated me better.
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Guest #409 - 11 months ago
I got the same 6 months for $30. I cringe about all the months I paid full price.