Millennials across the country are discovering how digital TV antennas can save them hundreds of dollars a year!
The Wall Street Journal recently published a piece that revealed how some young people who always had cable TV growing up are realizing that they can get the local channels for free — and it is 100% legal!
In fact, 29% of Americans are not aware that local TV is available for free, according to a survey mentioned in that article.
Yes, free over-the-air TV is still a thing!
Here’s the deal: Buying an antenna for between $10 and $40 will give you a lifetime of free access to your favorite local channels in high-definition, with superior picture quality.
Unlike old-fashioned “rabbit ears,” many modern indoor antennas are flat, rectangular devices that can be hidden behind the TV.
Plug in your address at AntennaWeb.org to see which type of antenna is best for your needs. The website will also list the channels available in your area, such as the local ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX, PBS and independent stations.
If those networks don’t provide enough entertainment for you, consider adding a streaming service like Netflix, Hulu or Sling.
Co-worker Beth’s antenna
When I was paying off my $86,000 mortgage in two years, I looked for ways to reduce expenses in all budget categories. Relying on a digital TV antenna for the past seven years has worked out great and saved me at least $4,000.
Not ready to drop pay TV for good? At least shop around! The major providers offer great specials for new customers.