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    Time Warner FREE MLB Extra Innings preview April 6-8

    Time Warner FREE MLB Extra Innings preview April 6-8.

    (this is for the cincinnati area)
    I assume it will be nationwide.

    It was going to start on April 5th, but I checked last night and it wasn't on.

    Enjoy the 3 free days of baseball.

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    Re: Time Warner FREE MLB Extra Innings preview April 6-8

    Also, to note in this thread as well.

    The "early bird" price, that was $129 in year's past, is $159.96 this year.

    That price is only good until April 15th.

    After that, the regular price of $199.96 for the full season goes into effect.

    So last year, the early bird was $129. This year it is $159.96.
    Last year, regular pricing was $159. This year it is $199.96.
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    Re: Time Warner FREE MLB Extra Innings preview April 6-8

    The one weekend in April and May that I am home I will get free baseball all weekend, awesome.

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    Re: Time Warner FREE MLB Extra Innings preview April 6-8

    I can't believe how much the price has jumped for EI.

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    Re: Time Warner FREE MLB Extra Innings preview April 6-8

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    I can't believe how much the price has jumped for EI.
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    Re: Time Warner FREE MLB Extra Innings preview April 6-8

    Quote Originally Posted by KronoRed View Post
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    I may send a note...but it won't say "thank you".

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    Re: Time Warner FREE MLB Extra Innings preview April 6-8

    Well, they still have NHL Center Ice showing on all the MLB EI channels here on Time Warner in Columbus. I saw they had added the EI channels last night but they all had hockey playing.

    Maybe today they will actually switch from hockey to baseball. Or better yet, they should run the free preview starting Sunday and run it the normal week like they usually do.
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    Re: Time Warner FREE MLB Extra Innings preview April 6-8

    Quote Originally Posted by Red Leader View Post
    Also, to note in this thread as well.

    The "early bird" price, that was $129 in year's past, is $159.96 this year.

    That price is only good until April 15th.

    After that, the regular price of $199.96 for the full season goes into effect.

    So last year, the early bird was $129. This year it is $159.96.
    Last year, regular pricing was $159. This year it is $199.96.
    Can you go back and re-check your records because I've never heard numbers like that before? If your numbers are correct, you got the deal of the baseball season last year.

    I have TWC here in Cincinnati and I was billed $44.75 for four months last year and I received a $20 credit for ordering it early. Do the math and that works out to $179 for the year and $159 for the earlybird.

    That seems consistent with what folks paid nationwide in 2006:

    The package features as many as 60 out-of-market games per week; the 2006 price was $179 for the season.
    http://chicagosports.chicagotribune....5117825.column

    That being said the $199 does represent an increase but the earlybird price seems to be the same. I am also reading that DirecTV is offering it at $159.96 but I do not know if that price will go up after this week or not.

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    Re: Time Warner FREE MLB Extra Innings preview April 6-8

    Quote Originally Posted by BRM View Post
    I can't believe how much the price has jumped for EI.
    As far as I am concerned the price didn't go up at all. The $159 earlybird price is identical to what I paid last year. I just checked my 2006 TWC bills.

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    Re: Time Warner FREE MLB Extra Innings preview April 6-8

    I didn't get EI in 2006. I got it in 2005 and I was thinking I only paid $129. I could be wrong.

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    Re: Time Warner FREE MLB Extra Innings preview April 6-8

    Quote Originally Posted by Sea Ray View Post
    Can you go back and re-check your records because I've never heard numbers like that before? If your numbers are correct, you got the deal of the baseball season last year.

    I will check tonight when I get home and post. I have the receipts from Time Warner saved so I do have them at home. I just can't get to them until I go home after work. Will post then, but I'm almost 100% I paid $129 last year.
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    Re: Time Warner FREE MLB Extra Innings preview April 6-8

    Quote Originally Posted by BRM View Post
    I didn't get EI in 2006. I got it in 2005 and I was thinking I only paid $129. I could be wrong.
    I know for absolute fact that I paid $129 in 2005.

    The reason I know that is because we moved that year and Time Warner billed me twice for it after moving the service to our new address. Took me months to get that fixed on my bill.
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    Re: Time Warner FREE MLB Extra Innings preview April 6-8

    Quote Originally Posted by Red Leader View Post
    I know for absolute fact that I paid $129 in 2005.

    The reason I know that is because we moved that year and Time Warner billed me twice for it after moving the service to our new address. Took me months to get that fixed on my bill.

    Well I want you negotiating my bills in the future because I just checked my bills and this is what it said:

    April 8, 2004 $149 MLB Extra Innings
    April 8, 2005 $149 MLB Extra Innings

    In the folder, I also have the MLB Extra Innings mailer (postcard) sent to advertise and it advertises the package at $169.

    So it seems to me that they did go up $10 last year but I've never in my life gotten it for $129 and I doubt I ever will.

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    Re: Time Warner FREE MLB Extra Innings preview April 6-8

    Anyone know if Wide Open West (WOW) Cable in Columbus has offered Extra Innings in the past or will this year?

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    Re: Time Warner FREE MLB Extra Innings preview April 6-8

    i paid 129 last year (earlybird)
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