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Enter our "Cut the Cable" Giveaway: Win a Chromecast!

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If you haven't read how our family has saved mucho bucks by ditching our contract plan with our cable provider, you need to.

Not only will you learn all about the tricks and tools we use to save $500 a year, but you can enter to win!

Use the form below to get started. You have until November 21st at 11:59 pm EST to get your entries in.  Open to U.S. residents, 18+ only, please.


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30 comments

  1. We cut satellite and are saving over $100 per month!

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  2. We haven't cut cable yet but really want to!

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  3. i havent cut cable yet i have heard of chromecast but i dont see how it would prevent me from missing my favorite shows that i would die if i didnt see. if you chromecast could be used to still see the prime tv i would love to know how!!

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    1. Kristen, Chromecast streams your online viewing services to your TV, such as Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Hulu. You would still need to subscribe to these other services, but you could watch in the family room on your tv instead of huddled around your laptop or PC!

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  4. Yes we have cut cable and save between $50-100 per month.

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  5. We have no service right now, we strictly stream using netflix other sites but I feel like we miss out sometimes!

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  6. I haven't cut cable, but I'm seriously thinking about it! It would save us about $150 a month! Thanks for the giveaway! :)

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  7. we cut cable and save over $100 a month!

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  8. We got rid of cable about six months ago and we save about $50 a month! It'd be more, but I upped our internet (since we could afford it without cable) because I work from home

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  9. Yes! We've cut cable and have saved HUNDREDS each month! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  10. I haven't cut out cable completely yet, but I have cut back on our cable plan which is already saving us about $60 a month.

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  11. I haven't cut cable yet, but I'm thinking about it! It would save us about $150 a month! Thanks for the giveaway! :)
    deannankeller@yahoo.com

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  12. not yet but i am trying to convince my roommates to. it would save over $100 a month!

    danielle marie xdanimarie(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  13. We haven't cut cable yet. I have been do indecisive about what streaming device I want to go with.

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  14. We got rid of our cable 2 months ago and we are saving 97.00 a month :)

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  15. I've not cut the cable yet, but I've been seriously considering it. We already have one streaming device in the house, so with one more we'd be able to comfortably get rid of this enormous cable bill!! Thank you for doing this awesome giveaway!!

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  16. I tried to cut cable - was saving over $90 a month but decided I missed it too much and cut it back on

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  17. We don't have much internet and don't go out much, we live in the country and have tv as a something we do
    sunniewoodyplus2 atmsn.com

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  18. We cut cable last month and have saved $138 a month! We use Netflix and Hulu mostly, but also free services online.

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  19. I have not cut cable as of yet but I have been thinking about it.

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  20. I cut cable in 2009. at least $4800 saved!

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  21. I haven't cut cable, but it would save me $95 a month.

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  22. No, I have not cut my cable. I think I would save about $100 per month.

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  23. I have not cut my cable yet but I really want to it would save $130 a month

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  24. I cut it when I moved 3 years ago. Saving about 60.00 a month.

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  25. We haven;t cut yet but will be doing this soon as it is too expensive

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  26. Would love to cut the cable,,,nearly $200 a month for the bundle plan.

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