Digital TV Converter Box $40 Coupon Offer

The deadline is approaching for the switch to 100% digital broadcasting, and anybody who is still using analog TVs will lose their television signal at midnight on February 17, 2009.

However, there’s still time to get a $40 discount off the cost of a new converter box that will keep your old TV working fine.

Congress created the TV Converter Box Coupon Program that rewards each household with up to 2 coupons that are worth $40 a piece, which can be applied to the price of eligible converter boxes.

It’s absolutely free to order your $40 DTV discount coupons, and each household can order up to 2 coupons, which can be used towards 1 converter box purchase per coupon.

Visit the DVT2009.gov $40 Coupon Offer Page to order your free DTV coupons online.

You can order your DTV coupons until March 31, 2009, while supplies last, so order your free $40 discount coupons today.

If you have cable, satellite, or another pay service, or if you have a television with a digital tuner, you won’t need the converter box to receive the new digital signal, but you may want to get some free coupons anyway, just in case you want to use the converter boxes for your old analog TV sets.

The coupons are good for $40 off the price of a new converter box, and the converter boxes typically cost $50, so you can get 2 converter boxes for only $10 a piece with the DTV coupons.

Converter boxes can be purchased at Best Buy, Circuit City, Kmart, RadioShack, Sears, Target, and Walmart as well as a number of online stores.

It takes about 6 to 8 weeks for the coupons to be delivered, and the coupons expire 90 days after the date they are mailed.

Even though the analog signal will continue until February 17, 2009, the digital signal is already being broadcast, and the picture quality is much better, plus you get additional channels, so it’s worth making the switch as soon as possible if you don’t already have cable or a built-in digital tuner.

Take advantage of the DTV Converter Box Coupon Program to get a $40 discount off the price of your television converter box.

Comments

  1. Marty Norman says

    Hi My name is Martha Norman I ask for your coupon and yall sent me a letter saying I could not get them and I would like to know way I am on ssi and I could use them. so Please let me know way. Martha Norman

  2. gerald sawdey says

    I picked up aRCA DTA 800A/800B/800B1 converter box at Wal Mart in monroe,wisconsin. I used voucher #1668. When connecting the box it would work for a while and then would shut off. I took it back to Wal MART. They asked me if I wanted a new box? I told them if it wasn’t another RCA. They said that was all they had. I told them to give my voucher back. They told me that can’t so they gave what I payed out of my pocket. I don’t think that they should keep my voucher if I don’t have the converter box. Is there any way I can get my voucher back?

  3. Mark Bates says

    Walmart rips customer off again ! You can bet they turn in your voucher to the gov and get $40 for it. I would complain to your local better business bureau.

  4. Vivian Scranton says

    I called and asked for two coupons, I got only one coupon in the mail. I called 1-888-DTV-2009 and was told i have to e-mail you because they had already sent it out. So what now? Do i need to wait to use the coupon i did get?

  5. mechelle phillips says

    i would like to order 2 coupons for the converter boxes. im no longer employed and cant afford cable.

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