spoofee may logo

How to Get a Discount on Sirius XM Radio Subscription

Posted: 03/10/18 11:17 pm ( 4 months ago )
star rating  
Rated 3.5 / 5 Based on 6075 Review
By
Spoofee.com!
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!

Comments
6074
vbulletin discussion
or Login
2000 characters remaining
Guest
Guest - 23 hours ago
Sirius XM is such a joke. We go through this whole charade every time we call them to renew our two-car contract. Every time for over a decade. I always record the conversation because they ask you to give permission for all their what I call 'creative posting' when they mention charges & credits we never discussed! This time, I told him I had recorded the entire conversation and that I wasn't agreeing to anything except the fees he and I discussed! He finally relented to each car for $30 for six months including taxes and fees, thus charging me a total of $60. He credited the amount they had billed us which was just under $200, because I had forgotten to call them when our contract expired 10 days prior. I told him I didn't want to be transferred to different people...that Sirius XM was a racket, and they treat their customers like used car salesmen treat them! I don't think he knew how to handle me, because I told him I was 'over that'...to just give me the bottom line. It took 40 minutes, which is absurd. It's all a game with them. Oh...forgot to mention that they transferred me to their 'cancellation dept' right in the middle of the agent and I discussing the promo! Nuts! Aren't there rules against this racketeering?!?
Guest
Guest - 1 day ago
My subscription of 6 months for $30 was about to run out. Called the first time and the best they would do was $33/6 months. Called back and another rep offered the $30/6 mos so I am happy with that. Came to $39.81 including fees/taxes. Keep trying til you get a price you're happy with!
Guest
Guest - 1 day ago
I've been a customer of Sirius for five years calling every 6 months to get the $30 price. I called today and had to cancel my service. The best offer they would give me was $33 plus taxes for six months. I really love Sirius and hope they reach out to me to continue my last rate. I even explained to the representative that other people were posting That they got the 6 for 30 days but they would not budge. It just the principal of the matter.
Guest
Guest - 2 days ago
Chat is usess for this, don't even bother with it. Called to cancel my all access and they immediately offered me the same rate I had for my trial.package. about $140 total. Took 5 minutes. Ridiculous to have to go through this though.
Guest
Guest - 2 days ago
I had a years subscription before at the $99 level. We had exactly 1 month left on that subscription. I called a couple of weeks ago to get my expiration and to request another promotion. I was told that I could not get back to back promotions. I said fine, I will cancel before my expiration date. After reviewing the comments below, I decided to call back today and follow the instructions. I told them that I was currently out of work (truth I'm retired) and needed to cancel because I couldn't afford the renewal rate. I was told that I was a valued customer and they wanted the opportunity to search on additional promotions to reward my loyalty. After a few minutes he returned to tell me that the good news was that I could renew at the last promotional rate of $99 fees for 12 months. I told him that my wife just did an internet search and discovered that others were getting a promotional rate of $30 for 6 months would that be available to me. Again he did his search thing and returned to inform me that I could qualify for that promotion and also prorated my current subscription to $26.08 (I assume there were additional fees to the $30). So, I said that would be great and my wife could continue listening for a few more months. Thank you to everyone who posted their story so that the rest of us might benefit!!
Guest
Guest - 2 days ago
07/16/2018 Just renewed 5 months for $30 w/o the usual hassle I go through each renewal time. Seems they are finally learning.
Guest
Guest - 4 days ago
My wife just got a phone call from them saying that her subscription ran out in June and they tried to charge her credit card for the full year of $246 but the card expiration date changed so they weren’t able to bill the credit card. Now that it is mid July they are trying to charge and make my wife pay for the time used since the subscription ran out. Since my wife did not approve the charge but they automatically let the Sirius continue playing in her vehicle have any of you had this happen and did you have to pay for the time they allowed to continue playing in her vehicle even though she did not approve the charge?
Guest
Guest - 4 days ago
Ditto for me. I forgot to cancel my 6 month for $30. My wife noticed I was being billed by Sirius. I think at $96 for 6 months.
I called and cancelled telling them too expensive for the amount of listening. They offered $99/year, told too much. They offered $49 for 6/mos, told them too much. I said I would like the previous $30/ 6/mos. The rep 'searched' and found it and offered it. I accepted. The rep gave me a credit on to my CC for the unused offer that I kicked into and started the new $30 rate as of today.
Guest
Guest - 5 days ago
Wow! It all depends on who you get connected to. Normally I have to go back and forth to get the best final deal but this rep jumped right to the point and offered me 5 months for $25 or 6 months for $30 and then even offered to remove my credit card from their files which I took advantage of.
Guest
Guest - 5 days ago
worked for me. 2 cars renewing at different times(1 month apart) had i paid it it would have been $372! we've had them for 15 years. i'm now paying $25 for 5 months. for each.
Guest
Guest - 1 week ago
Worked for me much easier this time than in the past. For 2 radios and the Select plan, the 6 month renewal price started at $169.62 which I, of course, declined. I said I wanted the same deal I got 6 months ago and the agent said OK. No fooling around with getting put on hold. Bottom line - for 6 months I'm paying $70.94 ($35.47 per). Never give them your credit card -- get an Invoice and pay by check. But, you have to remember to call before the expiration date of the subscription. Total call time was 11 minutes but she had to read me the terms and conditions twice - once for each radio - or it would have been much quicker.
Guest
Guest - 1 week ago
Just called and was gonna do what everyone suggested. My plan ends July 25th. She said call back a few days prior to your cancel/renewal date and a promo will be up for you. She said they don’t populate until a few days prior to your cancel date. I’ll check back here with an update on my pricing.
Guest
Guest - 1 week ago
Called to cancel - 7 days before renewal - told them I didn't use it enough for how much the renewal rate was. He offered 5 months for $28 - I asked for 5 months for $25 (since I have renewed at that price for the past 4 years) and I got it! Worth all 8 minutes I was on the phone!
Guest
Guest - 1 week ago
Worked perfectly this morning for our two car radios. My six month deal was expiring tomorrow. First they offered $99 plus fees for a year for each radio. Said that was too much. Then they offered $50 for six months of all access. Said that was still to much as it was nearly double what I had been paying.
Then they offered the $25 for five months. With taxes and fees that comes to $31.55 (I assume amount may be different depending on state of residency?). Agreed to the five months. Marked calendar to call again on Dec. 7.
Guest
Guest - 1 week ago
Worked for me - $38 all in for 6 mo but took 30 minutes after a fairly painful conversation
Guest
Guest - 1 week ago
Thank you for this tip! I just called and got the same deal $30/6 mos plus fees for Select. Asked for 1 year, which would have been $99, so opted for 6 months instead. Was paying $228/year - yikes!
Guest
Guest - 1 week ago
Got $60 for 12 months including fees and taxes. They basically applied the $99/year promo and then offered a seperate credit for $39. They were able to include all taxes and the US music royalty fee
Guest
Guest - 1 week ago
My current plan is the mostly music plan that was going to renew for $157 total (with fees, etc). I called and just asked if there were any promos available to me since it's renewal time. He offered 1 year for $99 for the select plan. I then asked if there was anything available for a 6 month time period. I was offered 6 months of the all access for $50 (not a bad price!), but I knew I wouldn't use any of the extra features. I mentioned that and asked if there was a select plan available for 6 months and was then given the 6 for $30 offer. Honestly any of these promos would have been ok with me, and a much better option than the auto renewal bill. The entire call took 11 minutes, and I was on hold for about 2 of those. Worth the call!!
Guest
Guest - 1 week ago
Called to cancel like I always do after every 6 months. Told them I would only renew again if I could get the deal I always get (6 months of All Access for $50 plus fees). They agreed immediately. Quick and painless, was less than a 5 minute phone call total.
Guest
Guest - 1 week ago
Worked as usual ... I called 3 days before my service was to renew and said I could not afford the renewal rate. Service rep said congratulations, I qualified for another 6-months for $30 for Sirius Select service. I tried to get 12-months for $60 but was told this offer wasn't available to me. I didn't push any further and just went with the 6-month promo.
Guest
Guest - 1 week ago
Got $33 plus fees = $38 for 6 months select plus streaming. Initial offer 5 mo for $30. But, aft5er insisting I would quit then rejoin they offered me $33 for 6 mo - not quite as good as offer on website of $30 for new subscribers but better than $110 renew
Guest
Guest - 1 week ago
Just did it...worked great and only took about 10 mins for the whole process. Great customer service. They really do want to keep their cuctomers
Guest
Guest - 1 week ago
July 6 just renewed 6 mo. Select at $35.09 taxes/fees included for 6 months. Simply told rep. regular renewal price was too high, wanted to cancel and immediately $30 for 6 mo. Select was offered.
Guest
Guest - 1 week ago
Called today 7/6 and did the 'paying too much' game. They offered all access for a year for $120 plus fees which then made it $159. Said still too much and said they could do 6 months at $49.99 plus fees which made it $63.40. I had a prorated amount which added $9 to my total. I'll have to call back in January but think the 6 months $50 for all access is on par with what others were getting...
Guest
Guest - 1 week ago
Got 6 mos of Select for $33 (plus the $6.30 royalty fee)
Guest
Guest - 2 weeks ago
I have been a subscriber for 10 years and was charged annual renewal for all access overnight.I have been negotating every year but forgot to call before the renewal hit. It was insanely high, $313.14. I called this morning and was told I was 'paying too much' and received refund and given all access for $99 taxes and fees. Total charge for annual all access is now $131.36.
Guest
Guest - 2 weeks ago
I had a $30 for 6 month trial. I called and said not to renew. They offered to continue it for the same rate for 6 months.
Guest
Guest - 2 weeks ago
Just renewed for 6 months for $30. They are mailing the bill & waived the $2 fee.
Guest
Guest - 2 weeks ago
I signed into my account to renew and to get ready to negotiate a better price. On my renewal page, I received this offer:
***Subscribe and get 12 Months of All Access for $120.
See Offer Details.
THAT'S LIKE
$10
/month
You'll get every channel we have to offer plus streaming.***
Today's date: July 1,2018
Guest
Guest - 2 weeks ago
Called 866-635-2349. Got 6 months All Access for $40.51 after a partial credit was applied to my account. Got a second radio renewed which has Select on it for $64.32 for 1 year after another partial credit was applied. Very painless, and the rep was nice about it. I let her offer me the default deals first on each radio before letting her know which deal I was looking for, and after a brief hold both times, she came back and said I was eligible for the promotions. Call took around 10 minutes from start to finish.
Guest
Guest - 2 weeks ago
called 6/30/18 to try to get renewal of 6 mo $29.94 package. Immediately was told I was still eligible for this. Taxes & fee increased by $1.92, but hey, that's not bad. So only the hassle of tracking this in my calendar and calling again on Dec 31.
Guest
Guest - 2 weeks ago
Just saved boatload...
Guest
Guest - 2 weeks ago
For two renewals now I have seen the 6mo for $30 deal and called and was able to get it. The first time I did it the person gave me some trouble but after I told them that I would just cancel now with them and then wait a week and go sign up for the $30 offer online they gave me the deal. When that 6 months was up I did it again. This person offered me 12 months for $100. I told him why when I can get 6mo for $30. He gave me the 60mo for $30 deal. Call took 8m and 48s. Worth the savings to me. Now they are offering me $60 for 12mo but I'm in the middle of my current 6mo period. Might renew early so I dont have to call again in 3 months LOL
Guest
Guest - 2 weeks ago
Just did this. They immediately offered the $99 rate again (closer to $120 with taxes). I inquired about the 5 months for $25 rate, he said that promotional rate was only for people resubscribing after letting their account lapse and could not provide it since my account was currently active. I said, thanks, I will call back after my account cancels in a month. He said wait, he can offer it now. Less than $30 (taxes included) for 5 months. Worth the 10 minute headache.

Will make the call again in November. Such a silly game to have to play. But I guess there are lots of folks out there who are OK paying $230/year for for XM Select?? Sorry but I am not one of them.

They day I can't get the $99 rate in the worst case is the day I drop XM and don't ever look back. For as few channels as we listen to, it is barely worth the $99. The 5 for $25 makes it a good deal. I will always renew at that rate and it is worth 10 min of my time to get it.
Guest
Guest - 3 weeks ago
I had the same experience—chat was useless, had to call and listen to the 'Do you know that you can do things on siriusxm.com?' message at least a dozen times while waiting for a rep. Then I told her I wanted to cancel because it wasn't worth the money, she offered the $140 ($120 plus fees and taxes) annual plan, I declined, and then she offered the $60 ($50 plus fees & taxes) six-month plan. Took way longer than it should have, as she clearly had a script to read at each step of the process, and the best part was the end of the script where she reminded me to set a reminder to call in six months before it autorenews. Insulting and time-wasting process, between the 'taxes and fees' add-on and not being able to handle this via web chat, but given that I'm planning a cross-country drive in July, worth it. I may cancel for real in December, though.
Guest
Guest - 3 weeks ago
All Access internet : 6 months $50 ($63.34 including fees/tax in TX).

Previously had 1 year for $120 flat. They adjusted the price so I was essentially not paying any of the other fees. Would not budge this time and said it was a one time courtesy because I'd been a member since 2014.
Guest
Guest - 3 weeks ago
All access renewed at $314. Immediately tried to get a better rate through online chat. She cycled through some special packages (some with music only, some with news only) and all were expensive ($15.99/mo fees and taxes). Ultimately when I insisted on cancelling, she told me I had to call to cancel, so I could have just skipped the entire chat. Ended up calling and getting the $120/yr offer first, then the $50 for 6 month offer next, which I accepted. It was a 5 minute phone call, and really not much of a hassle, so well worth it.
Guest
Guest - 3 weeks ago
All-Access, including streaming, for $141.55, including tax and fees. Would have been $65.08 for 6 months, but it's worth paying the extra $10 to avoid the BS of renewing after only 6 months. I love the radio... absolutely hate this annual dance. What a bunch of crooks.
Guest
Guest - 3 weeks ago
Renewed Select for 12 mo. at $60 plus fees and tax, just shy of $75 total. Rep initially said this rate not available and offered All Access. A little back and forth, 2 hold periods while he talked to his supervisor (?) and received this price, which is what I initially asked for.
Guest
Guest - 4 weeks ago
I hadn't seen this site and just called to cancel as my one-year subscription was expiring in a couple of days and the rate was going from $119 to $230, and there was no way I could afford that much for listening to the few stations we use. They initially came back with the continuation at the same price, I again said no. Then the rep offered the 5 for $5 deal, $30.03 including tax. I took that and will mark my calendar, and after the insight offered here will try to work an annual deal next time.
Guest
Guest - 4 weeks ago
Went from 299.99 for all access to 64.00 total for 6 months.
Guest
Guest - 1 month ago
My 3 month trial was coming to an end, so I decided to use the online chat to speak with an agent (Amos.) I told him that my trial was expiring, and I was interested in continuing the service. He asked if I had received any email offers and I told him I had received the 6 months for $30 offer (I did not, I had received the 5 for $25 offer). I then told him I was only interested in doubling up for $60 for a full year. He came back and said he could activate the 6/30 offer, then in December I would be rebilled. I told him that at this time I was not interested in bi-annual billing, and preferred yearly billing. At first, he said that there were no 12-month deals, so I told him that I would only accept a yearly deal, so he asked me to hold on while he saw what he could do for me. Less than 15 seconds later, he came back with 'I have checked the details, I see that your radio is qualified for the offer of 12 months for $60.' In total, with taxes/fees it came out to $71.46! I had read these reviews and took the advice of one of the previous posters, who said they created a single-use card number over at the Privacy site. I logged into Privacy and while I had Amos on hold in the chat, I created that single-use number, which I used for the transaction. The only drawback is that you are required to keep a card on file for this offer. It's not available for invoicing, but if you create a single-use card number, they can't rebill you on it. Thanks a lot guys!

-Devon
Guest
Guest - 1 month ago
All Access for 6 months for 50 plus fees. They would not budge on 120 for 1 year plus fees. She asked her supervisor. Took 15 minutes. What a pain. I would pay 200 for 2 years All Access to avoid these headaches.
Guest
Guest - 1 month ago
Have been a subscriber for a little over a year. Got the 5 month promo yesterday for $24.99 fees &taxes = $31.12 total. This is about 22 cents a month less than the last time I renewed. I tried but couldn't get the 6 months/$30 so I 'settled' for the promo. Thank you to all who posted suggestions and deals.
Guest
Guest - 1 month ago
Didn't work for me. We have one month left on our subscription, they wouldn't do anything better than offering what we paid last year (we do one annual payment). They only offered $10.99 a month for Mostly Music, but we need comedy channels. Grrr.
Guest
Guest - 1 month ago
I currently have 2 vehicles each with Sirius XM radios on separate accounts. Has anyone see good or bad with putting multiple radios on the same account when negotiating these deals?
Guest
Guest - 1 month ago
Saw they renewed for 299.00 and I just called- all access pass &120.00us tax. 140.00.
Guest
Guest - 1 month ago
Been doing the 6 month deal since Dec.2008. 1 time cancel but within 3 weeks received offer thru mail. I think it was like 6 months for 20 back then.
Guest
Guest - 1 month ago
I called and was able to get 6 months for $30 plus fees and taxes which was just about $40 total. I had just paid so they applied that amount to the total so I ended up only coming out of pocket like $20. I asked about the cost in 6 months and he said call back to see what renewal offers they had at that time. Never paying full price again!
Guest
Guest - 1 month ago
I've been getting $25 for 5 months for the past 5 years. I was told by a csr that it was now $28 for 5 months as of 2/18. I then told him i would only pay $25. He put me on hold and got $25 approved by a supervisor. Fun and games worth xm.



RSS Feed Facebook Twitter
Spoofee-Footer
Submit Deals
Have a good deal or coupon? Want to share with our members? Please post it on our forums

If it's a hot deal, we will post it on the front page with your name on it!
Follow Us
New Deals
Hot Deals Only (4.5+ stars)
New Coupons
Facebook Fanpage
Google Plus Us!