DirecTV won’t charge NFL Sunday Ticket subscribers until the lockout is resolved.
The satellite giant posted a statement Thursday on its website:
We at DIRECTV love football. That’s why for over 15 years, DIRECTV has been the exclusive home for NFL SUNDAY TICKETâ„¢, the only way to watch your favorite teams no matter where you live. And DIRECTV will continue to be the exclusive home for NFL SUNDAY TICKETâ„¢. Like all football fans, we are hoping for a positive resolution to the current NFL labor negotiations. And when the NFL is ready to play, we will be ready to bring you every game every Sunday.
If the NFL negotiations result in a shortened or canceled season, rest assured that DIRECTV has you covered. Your subscription to NFL SUNDAY TICKETâ„¢ is risk-free: You will not pay for any game that the NFL does not play.
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