Have you shopped your cable/satellite/internet service recently? If not, you’re likely getting bilked.
“Bilked - to obtain or withhold money from (someone) by deceit or without justification; cheat or defraud.”
These companies love to give you a sweet introductory offer only to follow it up with price increases. These increases don’t come with additional services, just additional cost. And, when you fall asleep at the wheel, you end up paying dearly until you wake up.
We cut the cord several years ago - exiting the cable/satellite game altogether. I don’t miss it or the ridiculous charges one bit. Now, we enjoy plenty of programming through Netflix, Amazon, and Hulu at a fraction of the cost.
In the process, we’re saving more than $50/month, $600/year compared to what we were paying.
Look, you don’t have to cut the cord or say goodbye to programming you love. All you need to do is ask for a better price through your existing provider or a new one.
When you do, you’ll save money and have a much better chance of completing your Mason Jar Vacation Challenge.