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How to Get a Discount on Sirius XM Radio Subscription

Posted: 11/05/17 03:40 am ( 1 month ago )
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How to Get a Discount Sirius XM Radio Subscription

Existing customers can get 50% off or more on SiriusXM Satellite Radio subscription without a coupon code. Currently they are offering 5 months for $25 including tax! Some were quoted $99 for 1 year. 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

Step 1
Call 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 $99
Say that is still too much or ask for a better offer and they'll offer you 5 months for $25

Step 4
If CSR doesn't offer, cancel the cancellation request and just be honest and that you wanted the $99/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 - 2 days ago
Just got the $99 per year. Was told the $60 ended on the 1st of December. Just don't like having to call every six months, so this deal is good enough for me. Good luck everyone.
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Guest - 2 days ago
Just did it. Was on the phone for all of 6 minutes. Said I cant afford it. She offered the $99 deal. I said I heard about a $60 deal. SHe said ok. Simple!!
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Guest - 3 days ago
Just scorer the 12 months for 5/month deal! Had several months left on my last negotiation and of course the adjusted my bill. This is better than calling back every 5 months. It took 10 minutes, no hassle they just agreed to it and got it done.
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Guest - 3 days ago
Just did it. Was on the phone for all of 6 min. She offered the $99 dollar a year plan. I asked for the $60 a year and she said OK.

Easy!
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Guest - 3 days ago
Just got my renewal bill. $286.89 on 1/27/18. Have to go through this charade again. Every year. Call and renegotiate. I'll shoot for the $135. All access for online and one vehicle. It would be nice if they would just give you the $135 without having to call and go though the hold on let me check with my supervisor. Thankfully so many people aren't aware of the renegotiated price. If they were they wouldn't discount anymore. Try to cancel a cable bill like Verizon FIOS and get a discount. The best they will do is $5 off per month for customer loyalty. They are are not joking. If you say cancel they will say sorry to see you go but the price is final.
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Guest - 4 days ago
My renewal isn’t until May. Is it too early to get my renewal at these low rates
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Guest - 4 days ago
They would give me the 1-year deal, but only if they kept my credit card on file--so I had to back off to the 5-month version. I will NOT give them permission for that future billing..
This really is a pain, and continually alienates customers!
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Guest - 4 days ago
Just called. The online offers were 6 months for 30 and 12 months for 60 for new customers. The CSR offered $128 for the all access. I requested the online special and she gave me 12 months for 60 plus 8 bucks in taxes and fees. Off the phone after paying 68 bucks. Thank you for the info.
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Guest - 6 days ago
Had it on my calendar to do my 5-month call when surprisingly got an email from SiriusXm that said they would extend the same 5-month offer for $24.99 and I would not have to do anything. Anyone else get that? I would rather get the $60 for a year but since I don't have to call this time I'll take their extended offer.
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Guest - 6 days ago
I've gotten 6 mos for $18.95 once. It sometimes take patience on your part. You gotta make them think that you might be willing to stay if the price is right.
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Guest - 6 days ago
So I called today. I have two vehicles expiring 1/1/2018 and 2/6/2018. They wanted $218 for my first vehicle and $160 for the second. I was able to get him to agree to $99 per year. I balked a bit again and he then offered me $68 per year per vehicle. Works for me!
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Guest - 6 days ago
for the guest that did not get the deal and was surprised since they are a 'loyal 12-year customer.' FYI loyalty is a negative in this same as it is a negative when negotiating your cell phone discounts. the longer you have the service with them, the less likely they judge you to quit even with no are just a small discount.
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Guest - 6 days ago
Thanks so much I have been subscriber to Siriusxm since 2000. This year they wanted 287.00 and I negotiated to 120.00 which I think is reasonable
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Guest - 1 week ago
i called today for the $60 deal and it is only avail if leave credit card on file. they offered 99 and no card on file. told them to cancel then so they did! would not budge on the 60 and no card on file. maybe soon they will call back and we can see what happens.
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Guest - 1 week ago
Worked when I called them thanks for the advice got the $99 dollar deal.

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Guest - 1 week ago
My free trial just expired yesterday. I called and immediately said I wanted the $4.99 deal I saw online and he said OK. Done in 6 minutes! Yea!
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Guest - 1 week ago
Just talked to a rep and got the all access including taxes and fees for $120 total.
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Guest - 1 week ago
$68.24 total for one year.Now I don't have to call back every 5 months .
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Guest - 1 week ago
Just bought a new car. Tried to transfer the existing 13 months on my old car to the new one. Was told no! I then asked, as a 12 year customer, why I couldn't transfer the remaining subscription to my new car like I have done for years. Dead silence and then a repeated sales pitch. Finally cancelled and asked for a refund of my existing balance.

A week later I got the $24.99/6 months or $99/12 month deal in the mail. No brainer for the six months.

Ridiculous business model to risk losing a loyal 12 year customer. No wonder they are about to go out of business.
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Guest - 1 week ago
Just called and said I wanted to cancel and got select for $60 taxes/fees a year, billed once. First offered me $99 a year, and I said no wasn't worth it, for the little bit I listen to it. Then, they had a year end special available.
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Guest - 1 week ago
EVERYONE: I called a Sirius XM 855 area code exchange today, to complain about the almost daily calls that I've been receiving on my cell phone, from someone trying to get me to sign up for a Sirius deal. Surprisingly (or maybe not), they somehow are using the same area code exchange that my cell phone number is in, however many times when I have answered they come on with a foreign accent, which tells me they may be a scammer, or seated in some foreign land, or both. Siriusly, do these idiots really think I'm going to sign up to some deal and give them my credit card info, when I have no idea who it is on the other end? NOTE: When I called Sirius today, I asked them to put me on the DNC - Do Not Call list. If you want to get Sirius re-activated again, you should CALL THEM, on the phone number that is on the snail mail that they are probably sending to you, don't deal with the possibility of scammers calling you.
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Guest - 1 week ago
I too have had the $99/year plus fees for past several years. Asked a few times if that was best they could do. Agreed to $60/year plus fees. They just need to hear the right things to offer the best deal. Easy. Good for another year.
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Guest - 1 week ago
Just renewed for 68.18 for 1 year.
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Guest - 1 week ago
Regarding the warning 'DO NOT EVER give XM your credit card information! You have been warned!', the simple solution is to use a credit card that supports the 'virtual credit card' feature (such as Citi MC or BofA VISA do). Citi calls these Virtual Account Numbers while BofA calls it 'Shop Safe'. Google 'credit card companies with virtual account numbers' for a list. This feature enables you to create a new credit card number that's linked to your existing account with the following features:
1 - only ONE merchant can charge to it (generally it's the first one to do so)
2 - you specify the MAXIMUM dollar amount for all charges
3 - you specify the card's expiration date
4 - you control whether the card can be used just one time, or for repeated payments
5 - you can close the number prior to the expiration date if you choose too (for example you created but never used it).

These virtual credit cards are no different that the hard plastic one's except that they can only be used for non-swipe kinds of purchases (e.g. over the phone or on-line). To my knowledge you only have access to this feature if you've setup on-line access to your credit card since you create them using a link from within your on-line account. These work just fine with SiriusXM over the phone when you call to negotiate a renewal rate. As of today (11/30/2017) SiriusXM has a promotional rate for the Select package of $60 for 12 months (so $73 total with taxes). If you cannot manage to get this rate when calling then if you cancel you will then be emailed an offer for this rate in a day or two (probably before your current service is actually stopped).
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Guest - 1 week ago
just got 60$ plus fees($71.05) --select package for 1 year
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Guest - 1 week ago
last year I gave in to the $99/year offer because I didn't want the hassle of calling every six months to haggle.This time I was offered the $99/year after a couple of no's from me. I kept asking for the $60/year deal I saw on their website to no avail. I told her I was going to take a day to think about it and she told me not to hang up, she would talk to her manager. I am happy to say I renewed for the $60 plus taxes. Schweet deal.
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Guest - 1 week ago
called the 888-601-6302 number above. Talked with 'Max'. The guy was actually super normal and nice. 12 month subscription auto renewed tomorrow. Was paying $99 $20 tax & fees. Told him ready to cancel if we could not agree to a different price than auto renewal. He said we could hold price from last two years at $99 for 12mo. I went on a mini bitch session and asked why as a loyal subscriber - why I would pay $99 bucks when you are offering the $60 rate to new customers. Asked Max if I cancelled now and waited a couple weeks - I would resign up for the $60 Holiday offer. He said he did not know if I would qualify and checked. Surprise - he could offer me the $60 rate for 12mo for my loyalty. Including tax $72 for 12 months. Merry Xmas indeed. bottom line: Don't ask? Don't Get.
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Guest - 1 week ago
Woker for me today. Was given $30.00 for 6 months. Plus fees. Call was fast less then 5 minutes.
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Guest - 1 week ago
I am currently still in a free trial. Used the online chat and just asked if I could sign up for the $60/year promo or I would have to cancel. It was done for me no questions asked.
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Guest - 1 week ago
Wow, this worked! Be really nice to the representatives. It's not their fault the company policy is this nuts. Got my 12 months done monthly less than $6/month.
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Guest - 1 week ago
In case you are not aware this steep discount is for the 'select' plan. You don't get ALL the channels and you can't use the Sirius App. I found this out when I bought a new car and got ALL the channels - when I tried to access some of those channels available in the new car on my old car, they were not available. And I do like the app. But for $5 a month its good enough for me. I'll be curious to see what happens when I call to cancel Sirius on the new car - what kind of deal will I be able to make to keep Sirius on both cars.
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Guest - 1 week ago
$60 for 12 mos excluding taxes!!! Thank you!
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Guest - 1 week ago
Made my annual call since my subscription expires tomorrow and asked what renewal price for ALL ACCESS would be - said it will auto renew for $270. - told him to cancel bc that's way too much and the only way I could renew is if they kept last years price of 119 (plus fees for 135 total). He told me tat was a promo price and he'd check if there was anything he could do to extend....came back 10 seconds later and said they could do that promo again. 119 per year - $135 all inclusive.
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Guest - 1 week ago
I'm about a week out from my renewal date. Called in and asked the CSR what promotional rates they had available. She asked what I was looking for and I told her the $60/12 month plan. She did a quick check and said it was available to me (had to use a CC instead of paper billing). Decided to reactivate my wife's radio at this rate, too. So, total for both radios for 12 months was $135.01 with taxes/fees. This was slightly prorated for my radio because of the remaining week before renewal. Glad they finally did a reasonable 1 year promotion.
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Guest - 1 week ago
I tried the chat and was not given any offer. Called 888-601-6302 and spent 14 minutes going thru offers. Initial offer was $99/12mo for Select. Then $120/12mo or $50/6mo for All Access. Finally was offered $60/12mo for Select.

I took the $50/6mos AA and will just call back again when this runs out.
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Guest - 1 week ago
DO NOT EVER give XM your credit card information! You have been warned!
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Guest - 1 week ago
Worked perfect. Less than 5 minutes. First offer was $99/year. I simply asked for a shorter term and he came right back with $4.99/mo for 12 mos ($71.68 all inc).
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Guest - 1 week ago
Worked great! I have been calling to cancel year year and getting down to the $99 rate. But this time I refused that one also and sure enough she offered the $60/yr one. Took 18 min to do two radios. What a game this company puts you through! Thanks Emma and Spoofee!!
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Guest - 1 week ago
I had a balance of 164.00, but just stumbled across this while I had customer service on the phone. As a result, I upgraded my service so I could get ch. 4 and my bill was reduced to 73.82 for 12 months. THANKS FOR THE TIP!!!
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Guest - 1 week ago
Called the standard customer service number and they wouldnt give me the special rates. So I called back at 888-601-6302 and got the $60 for 12 month special. Also mentioned she could offer all access for $120 for 12 months. Odd that some give the special rates and some dont.
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Guest - 1 week ago
I just called and they gave me a year-end deal for $60/year ( tax and music royalty fee).
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Guest - 1 week ago
well i just did the online chat, and just asked for the $60/year deal for all access and she gave it to me.
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Guest - 1 week ago
worked like a charm. Got my renewal for less than half the cost!
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Guest - 1 week ago
Today is Nov 27th and the last day of the free listening event. Anyway, right from the updated siriusxm website, they are extending the offer of 4.99 per month for 12 months select Package until the end of the year.

Here's what it says...

'Offer Details: Activate a Select subscription and pay $60 for your first 12 months, a savings of 68% off the current monthly rate of $15.99, plus get free activation (an additional $15 savings). Fees and taxes apply. A credit card is required on this offer. Service will automatically renew every month thereafter and, at the beginning of your 13th month, you will be charged according to your chosen payment method at then-current rates. To cancel you must call us at 1-866-635-2349. See our Customer Agreement for complete terms at www.siriusxm.com.. All fees and programming subject to change. This offer cannot be combined with any other. Offer good only on your currently inactive radio, and expires at 11:59 PM ET on 12/31/17.
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Guest - 1 week ago
Got right through on 888-601-6302. Initially offered $15 per month renewal rate. After 20 minutes, I asked for $4.99 rate for 12 months. Agreed to $6.04 per month for 12 months including fees and taxes. I was told fees vary by state which makes sense for taxes but not necessarily other fees like music royalty fees. Maybe Sirius prices differently by state.
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Guest - 1 week ago
Took 9 minutes to get my 12 month select package for a one time charge of 53.78, less than 4.50 a month all fees and taxes included.
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Guest - 1 week ago
Very easy-very pleasant. I said I was calling to look at a more affordable rate or possibly cancelling. They offered the $99/year but I said I do enjoy it but that was still little too much considering that I don't use my car a lot since I work from home. She quickly gave me the $25/5 months followed immediately by the $4.99 ($6.08 with tax) a month for 12 months. I took the last one. I did ask about the All Access but the best she could offer was $11 something a month so I passed. It was a very pleasant 11 minute phone call. I will be auto-billed on my credit card monthly but I have made a note on my calendar and also took good notes to refer to a year from now when I call to renew. Overall, I am very pleased. Glad I researched it a bit though! Thanks
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Guest - 1 week ago
I got one year for 73.84- $60 for the year and then 13.84 in taxes. I had to have a cc on file but it was charged all at once, not monthly.
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Guest - 2 weeks ago
Got 1 year for $5.68 per month includes taxes for the select plan.Had to have card charged monthly to get rate.This deal is better then the 2 year renewal rate of $437.10 they were trying to charge me. Done till next Nov.
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Guest - 2 weeks ago
So glad I found this site. Just got the $4.99 deal for the Select Package ($6.08 a month with taxes). This comes to 72.96 a year. My renewal was $233.85. This saved me $160.89! Total time on the phone was 7 minutes.



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