How to Get a Discount on Sirius XM Radio Subscription

 
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How to Get a Discount on Sirius XM Radio Subscription
Emma Johnson
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Sep 22nd 2019 03:51 am

Existing customers can get 75% off or more on SiriusXM Satellite Radio subscription without a coupon code. Currently they are offering 6 months for $30 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 6 months for $30
That'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 $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
    Guest - 18 hours ago
    My expiring 6 mo select with streaming was $60 incl fees. Phone rep offered All Access for $60 / 6 mo incl fees, I declined. I offered them $60/12 mo plus fees for select w/ streaming, was told no. I asked rep to talk to supervisor, who said yes. So, I renewed for $73 including fees for 1 year for select with streaming - I'm happy with that. Thanks for the advice!
  • Guest
    Guest - 19 hours ago
    I've been a a Sirius XM since 2006 when it was still separate companies. I have used this Spoofee strategy successfully forever. My family members use it as well. I listen on my iPhone most often .I have portable plug and play radio listed as my radio on account so nothing about my car is going to impact my deal with Sirius/XM. You can access all your programming either through Bluetooth or an aux cord in older models.
    I forgot to put my last deal renewal on my calendar so they charged me $160 for all-access 6 month so I called 1-866-635-5020.I told them to cancel my subscription. He said no problem and asked why. TOO expensive I said especially given I paid $65 for the previous 6 months. Carlo said no problem and asked if I would be interested in another deal, He then got me signed up for 6 mo. for $61.89 they refunded the charge from my previous deal and I am all good. I set my calendar reminder to renew before I got off the phone.
    To avoid unnecessary salespeople and supervisors I think calling the CANCEL phone number 1-866-635-5020 is important .
    This deal works.
  • Guest
    Guest - 1 day ago
    Called right before renewal and explained my wife and I had been customers 8 years and cited the promotion on our accounts last year @60 for Select and wanted the Select Lite offering @ $60/yr for each radio. No pushback, got a little credit back and paid ~$75 for each radio including fees for the next year.
  • Guest
    Guest - 2 days ago
    My yearly renewal was due and originally paid $60 year last year with royalties and taxes it was $75.55 year. Was initially quoted $92.52 for renewal of same. Declined that offered and was offered $60 year plus royalties and taxes. I told them that I did not want to pay the royalties and was put on hold for 3 minutes. She came back and said that i was approved for $60 year with no royalties and only taxes for a total of $63.64 per year. Simple & easy....thanks for the insight posted here!
  • Guest
    Guest - 2 days ago
    Just renewed 2 radios Select Lite for $60/ea taxes/fees. Total $72.05 for each radio. Just asked straight away for the $60 per year deal and the rep agreed without hesitation. Probably could've pushed for taxes/fees to be included but I'm fine with $6 per month per radio.
  • Guest
    Guest - 4 days ago
    Got 1 year Select plan for $60 plus taxes and music fees. Call took less than 10 minutes.
  • Guest
    Guest - 4 days ago
    Just got 89.00 plus 19.05 = 108.05. The person who answers the phone is locked into a script. Ask for the supervisor. I did the person who answered the phone said to give me the above deal. Since I renewed a month or so early, I got a 17.05 credit reducing the cost to 90.60. Keep in mind that they automatically upgrade you to the 247.00 plan, so you have to call before the automatic upgrade. Don't count on removing your credit card on file. You must be proactive and not allow auto renew to go into effect. Third year in a row that I've done this.
  • Guest
    Guest - 5 days ago
    Just hung up after 35 minutes of trying to negotiate some of the 'deals' others have received and none of them were available to me. I had seen one promotion for older (than 2009) vehicles 36 months for $99. I was told my radio (on a 2004 Buick) did not qualify. I tried to find out what it takes for a radio to qualify and didn't get a satisfactory answer.

    I mentioned the one-year All Access for $65.06 that one person got and was told I couldn't have that either. The 'best' they could do for me was $120 with fees and taxes would be $147. I said this would not do and I wanted $99 for one year. Customer rep would not budge. I finally said I would do $120 for one year and waive the fees and taxes and send me an invoice for additional two dollars (was told this was the absolute best he could do). I finally received one year for $119.53...waive the fees and taxes and the two dollar fee for a paper invoice. Was told it would automatically renew next year for $322.35 plus fees and taxes. I laughed and said I would be calling before that (they do NOT have a credit card on file).

    I tried to find out why some people get better deals that others...no satisfactory answer. I did end up asking for a supervisor to get this deal. I might have done a little better with a six-month deal but I so dislike the every six-month negotiation that I insisted on a one-year deal.
  • Guest
    Guest - 6 days ago
    Just got $60 per year (plus taxes). Could not have been easier!
  • Guest
    Guest - 6 days ago
    Just renewed to Select Light (no streaming) for $60 fees & taxes. Total $72.84 for one year. Originally offered a deal total of $130. I said no, and asked about the $60 offer. She said it was no longer available. I said go ahead and cancel. She came back and asked if I used the streaming. I said no. She magically found the $60 offer.
  • Guest
    Guest - 6 days ago
    Got a win back offer on an old unused radio for $4.99mo. Called to cancel, mentioned the $4.99 offer, agent immediately extended my current $7.78 mo. all tax and royalty included for another year. Not worth the time to fight for the $4.99 plus taxes fee plan. Took 5 minutes.
  • Guest
    Guest - 1 week ago
    Just renewed two cars for $73/year each. No hassles!
  • Guest
    Guest - 1 week ago
    I called and just told them that I was calling to renew a promotion rate. They offered '5 months for $28'. I said I would take 6 months for $30 or 12 months for $60, their choice. They came by after a moment and did 12 months for $60 (plus about $12.84 in royalty fees/taxes, which I said was fine, since I didn't want to try harder.) Done in under 10 minutes.
  • Guest
    Guest - 1 week ago
    they gave me a hard time, but got renewed at $60 per year for XM select. (might have to escalate to manager for this rate) Tax/fees included. You'll have to work for this rate. Especially if you have an existing account.
  • Guest
    Guest - 1 week ago
    1 YR select package $60.00, NO FEES, NO ROYALTIES! Spoke for awhile and had to throw in the 17 yrs loyalty and it finally paid off. I have Amazon unlimited and Apple music but I hate change, but also I use XM at home and in the car. Don't give up, persist in order to get a good rate.
  • Guest
    Guest - 1 week ago
    Just renewed for $5/month ($60/year) plus taxes.
  • Guest
    Guest - 2 weeks ago
    Just renewed for $60 for select service for the next year no royalty fees or taxes. Agent kept reducing his offer 3-4 times and I kept telling him that $60 was my absolute maximum I would pay and he finally agreed to that.
  • Guest
    Guest - 2 weeks ago
    I called and renewal offer was $122/6 months. NO! So he came back with $66/6 months. Told him still too high. His 'final' was $48/6 months. So I pushed for 12 months same rate so we don't have to do this again in 6 months and he said can't do it. So I told him to cancel and he came back not only with a yes, making it $96/12 months, but also a free Echo Dot thrown in as a promotion also.
  • Guest
    Guest - 2 weeks ago
    They just extended my intro offer of $25 for 5 months for another 5 months ($32.16 total)
  • Guest
    Guest - 2 weeks ago
    Got 2 vehicles for 12 mos @ $60/each plus fees and taxes for a total of $72/each. One was a renewal and one was new. They called my bluff on the royalty fee. I asked them to waive it, they said No and I asked to cancel, without batting an eye they began to cancel. So honestly I may have found the easiest way to cancel XM ever lol. But I was happy with the $72 total.
  • Guest
    Guest - 2 weeks ago
    Just got select plus streaming for 60 @ year plus tax and fees. Had to make two calls. First agent wouldn’t give me the streaming service so I told her to cancel me at the end of my subscription. Called back and the second call got me call I wanted.
  • Guest
    Guest - 2 weeks ago
    Got it for 30 dollars with taxes and fees waived for 6 months....
  • Guest
    Guest - 2 weeks ago
    also just paid $50 for 6 months all access. they wanted to charge fees and taxes but i said i wanted to keep it under $50 or no go and the 'supervisor' approved it.
  • Guest
    Guest - 2 weeks ago
    Just paid $127.45 tax and all for 1yr all access on a stand alone radio my hubby carries in his semi--previously paid $25.48/mo or $305 yearly. First offer was 11.99/mo and then when I said too expensive, rep offered second deal...could have kept going probably but happy to pay less than 50% of what I was paying!
  • Guest
    Guest - 3 weeks ago
    Their immediate offer was $40 plus fees for six months. A request to waive the fees was also granted almost immediately. No hassle.
  • Guest
    Guest - 3 weeks ago
    Paid $50 for 6 months of All Access (have an XM radio and it's the only way to get Howard). She said she couldn't waive the fees but I asked her to check with her supervisor and they were waived.
  • Guest
    Guest - 3 weeks ago
    I just renewed my All Access for $120 plus the music royalty fees. I realize based on the discussions below I could have pushed for $99 or even $60. I thought about doing that, but I don’t mind them making money- I just didn’t want to pay the $320 full price they were going to bill me. I’ve very happy and marked my calendar for next year to do it again.
  • Guest
    Guest - 3 weeks ago
    Got the $99 promotion on a renewal, with a discount based on the remaining time on my current plan because I mentioned this information. Thanks!
  • Guest
    Guest - 3 weeks ago
    It worked! After being a Sirius subscriber for approx 14 years I finally decided to search online to see if people were getting better deals than I was. Glad I did!

    As usual I spoke with them a few days ago regarding my renewal which was coming up trying to get a better deal than the 'standard' one they send me every year. Got a 1 year renewal for Select(with streaming) for $60(including taxes/fees). This is about half what I usually pay. Very happy!
  • Guest
    Guest - 4 weeks ago
    Thanks for the info! Got a deal for $40 for Select and streaming for 6 months.
  • Guest
    Guest - 1 month ago
    Thanks for the info. I was really going to cancel before reading this, but I also got the $60/year taxes rate after saying it was too much. Their first offer was $108/year. I feel like I should buy you a coffee or something for sharing this info!
  • Guest
    Guest - 1 month ago
    I just got All Access renewal for 2 cars plus streaming on the computer or smartphone.

    $175 for 12 months all in. It took 36 min on the phone but no supervisor was needed. I agree, you must be patient and negotiate kindly.

    Very nice CSR in Philippines. Well done Sirius Company.
  • Guest
    Guest - 1 month ago
    One year All Access with no royalty fees for $65.06 and less than 10 minutes on the phone.
  • Guest
    Guest - 1 month ago
    I was able to get $60 Select for a year and no fees. You just have to be patient and negotiate kindly.
  • Guest
    Guest - 1 month ago
    Called as usual for a discount Since my promo was running out. After threatening to cancel They offered the same discount at $60 a year but had to pay tax and royalties (gave me a government mandated speech). I said my friend got royalties waived and it is unaffordable. Got the old supervisor hold and voila- $60 a year including royalties and tax! Total time was 10 mins start to finish. For years I never take their 1st or 2nd wonderful offer. When they say that’s the best they can do I tell them to cancel and the magical supervisor hold comes in and they give in each time.
  • Guest
    Guest - 1 month ago
    The $60 rate for 1 year subscription on Select is still valid but you have to use a credit card. They won’t allow billing on 1 year subscriptions. I refuse to give them my credit card as they will charge you the full rate if you don’t call before the expiration of your subscription.
  • Guest
    Guest - 1 month ago
    One year select for $5.60 (including tax and fees). Mentioned I had been with them for over 10 years and just wanted the deal that others were getting ($60/year). She said okay and I renewed and was on my way within 5 minutes.
  • Guest
    Guest - 1 month ago
    I just got all access for $120 a month no extra fees
  • Guest
    Guest - 1 month ago
    One year select (single car and streaming) for $76,78, which includes taxes and fees. Maybe could have got them lower, but I'm happy with it.
  • Guest
    Guest - 1 month ago
    wanted to take advantage of this program but can't. Just bought a new car and got a six month trial for $2.13. Three months free and three months for $2.13 all access. Can only buy a subscription after the 2nd block of three months starts.
  • Guest
    Guest - 1 month ago
    Requested renewal of my All Access promotion (6 months, $49), but also asked them to waive tax & royalty fee this time. Been paying this for 6 years! Initially no go citing govt regulations. I insisted this was a deal breaker, got the usual “check with my supervisor”. Came back with “can’t waive fee, but will give you an equivalent credit. Bottom line, 6 months All Access for $49. Call took about 3 minutes.
  • Guest
    Guest - 1 month ago
    TODAY: Requested renewal for 1 yr @ $60 tax, tried to add on additional for 'royalty fees' advised NOT interested in paying that extra fee, hold your ground. Ask them to waive it..... It works. I full year for $60 tax @ $64-out the door!!
  • Guest
    Guest - 1 month ago
    My Subscription was ending 10/15. Asked for the 60/yr waiving Royalty fees and GOT IT! (I've been with Sirius for 14 years so it didn't take much convincing to get the deal.) Asked for the deal right off, person said 'yes the deal is available,' and was on hold off and on for around 8-10 mins and off the phone in 18 minutes after giving payment info. Did provide credit card # which I usually don't give them this (to prevent automatic charges), but the rep told me he will delete # right after charges go through. Hope so, but have reminder set for 9/30 next year when I will call in and renegotiate my renewal rate. Have been doing this for years. ALWAYS WORKS. Thx so much
  • Guest
    Guest - 1 month ago
    $60 plus tax for a total of $63.xx for select with streaming for one year. Basically the offer I got via email but MINUS the royalty fees that would have made the $60 offer $78.

    They wont wave the royalty fees at first but stick to your guns. They told me what royalty fees were and how the $78 was a huge discount. I politely told them that although I understood all of that $60 per year was what Sirius was worth to me and they could meet my request or I'd cancel. They eventually came back with $60 plus tax, which was fair.

    Total time on phone 23 minutes, much of which was hold time.

    And unless you're a Stern or NFL junkie I don't know why anyone would pay double for All Access. Those are the only two things lost now that Select has streaming, as far as I can tell.
  • Guest
    Guest - 1 month ago
    two cars one year all access $175 2 dots
  • Guest
    Guest - 1 month ago
    Cut my rate in half. $20 per/mo to $10.90 per. What a tip! Thanks.
  • Guest
    Guest - 1 month ago
    Got a one year deal for two radios “Select” for $85 for each car. This include streaming.
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    Guest - 1 month ago
    Previously had a 6 mo All-Access promo for $49.99 plus tax and royalty fees. That promo came with a 'free' Echo Dot. Called in today as my promo ends on 10/4. Was offered several different options, including pretty much all what folks have posted here. Ended up with a repeat of my promo (yes, with another Echo Dot -- after previously being told there were no Echo Dot promos--ha!). This time, the rep waived the tax and royalty fees for this six-month promo. My total cost = $48.99 for 6 mos All-Access with Echo Dot. I've already marked my 2020 calendar for the next round. PS - the rep was very friendly and was happy to provide details of each promo and cost. it was a very nice call.
  • Guest
    Guest - 1 month ago
    I just 'downgraded to Select Lite. Afterwords I went to the streaming site and it still was working. I was wondering if there are fewer channels in lite or is it just no streaming?