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Save Money With a TV Antenna

Nov 23rd 2012 at 7:19 PM

When it comes to saving money don't overlook the monthly cable bill. This unnecessary expense comes each and every month. Some people have become so accustomed to the cable bill they overlook it as a potential instant money saver. If you subscribe to pay TV getting rid of it is a sure fire method to instantly cut household cost! For most American families pay TV is not a necessity but rather an overpriced luxury that they can do without.

Don't panic, cutting cable to save money is not as bad as it may sound. The average American cable household already spends more than 75% of their viewing time watching free to the air TV. Most people tell us switching to free TV was easy and the money they save is great!

Switching to free TV as a means to save money makes more sense now than ever before. With the advent of free digital/HDTV the picture quality is stunning. Most viewers report a picture quality level better then cable or satellite service. This is not Grandpa's TV anymore and you owe it to yourself to check it out.

It is estimated that Americans spend about 5 billion dollars each month or 72 billion dollars a year on cable TV. I couldn't believe it when I heard that figure but it's true. Each and every month we shell out about 5 billion dollars to watch TV. Now the part that really gets me is we pay all of this money out for the cable service and then most of the time use the service to watch free to air TV.

They're not done yet. As sure is the sun will rise tomorrow your cable bill will go up. The last time I subscribed to cable TV was in 1982 and the fee was $9.85 a month. I thought it would be interesting to see what other things would cost today if they incurred the same average price increase as cable TV has since 1982. A postage stamp would cost $1.20. A loaf of bread $3.60, a gallon of milk $10.74, and my favorite a gallon of gasoline would cost $7.14 today if the price for a gallon of gas would have increased at the same percentage rate as cable TV has since 1982.

Saving money seems to be on everyone's mind today. With the economy what it is it makes good sense to cut non essential cost where you can and for many people firing the cable company is a great place to start.

Free to the air digital TV is one of the best kept secrets in America. However, the word is beginning to get out. In the past year my company has helped thousands of families successfully make the transition from pay TV to free TV.
They're people just like you who want to save money and still enjoy quality TV programming. In fact interest in free TV has grown so much I created a webpage called Save Money with a TV Antenna at I invite you to see what's free on digital TV. Who knows maybe you'll join the millions of Americans who already save money and enjoy the benefits of free to air digital TV.

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