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Why don’t you include ESPN+ to Sports View?

I know it is now included with TV Slect Plus but the problem is when I called to upgrade from TV Slect they told me they can’t upgrade my plan because the apartment complex I live in buys TV from you by the bulk and they currently don’t have a way to upgrade us this makes no sense to me because we could upgrade with every other plan you had in the past and we can add Sports View, Entertainment view, and any of your premium networks to our bill so why should TV Slect Plus be any different however to solve this issue you should add ESPN+ to Sports View it includes every ESPN channel anyway so why not ESPN+ either that if our complex is buying tv from you by the bulk you can include ESPN+ with the bulk deal like you do Disney+

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  • William_M
    William_M Posts: 1,117 ✅ Verified Employee Moderator
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    Hi @SLUSaintsFan92. That was determined as part of our agreement with Disney. As the limitation here is due to your apartments bulk agreement, I recommend bringing your concern to your apartments management or contacting bulk tenant support at​​ 1-855-895-5302.

  • HT_Greenfield
    HT_Greenfield Posts: 736 Contributor
    edited March 11
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    Stupid comment: Select Plus is five beans a month more than original Select and 10 beans a month more than Select Signature. (The original Select hasn't been available to new subscribers since Select Sig and Select Plus came out last September.) Direct-to-consumer ESPN+ is currently 11 beans a month or, alternatively 110 beans a year equating to just over nine beans a month. Edit: point being that ESPN+ isn't cheap and is bound to impact the price of any package it is or would be "included" with.

  • HT_Greenfield
    HT_Greenfield Posts: 736 Contributor
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    My bad. First of all, i'm just a busy-body forum hobo moron; not a Spectrum rep. Again, Disney doesn't give anything away for free. You would not be able to get Sports View at its current price if it included ESPN+. If you can't upgrade to Select Plus through the landlord, call the aforementioned toll-free number and find out if you can do so more directly. Otherwise the direct-to-consumer ESPN+ yearly subscription nets to only just over 4 beans a month more than the Select Plus upgrade would.

    Not that your grievances are anything for anybody to sneeze at, though, my good Lion-hearted Saints fan. ☘️