floracing just raised they price. happy new year

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You must of had a hell of a deal. Mine is 150 for a year. It was automatic renew and I haven't checked this year to see yet.
 

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Somebody has to pay for all those announcers to fly all over the country and for them to have a cushy headquarters.
 

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Put my 55" on a wall mount yesterday. Had to log-in to Flo. As usual, took 5-6 attempts to get logged-in. The race that say's LIVE is in the usual THIS EVENT WILL BEGIN SHORTLY purgatory.

Don't want to hear about time zones. Race is in Florida. Says 6:00PM EST!

 

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Race coverage started at 7Pm EST. Why can Flo not get this right? I'd say their listed start time is wrong 90% of the time. If I just figure it's wrong and wait an hour, come into middle of heat races.
 

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Race coverage started at 7Pm EST. Why can Flo not get this right? I'd say their listed start time is wrong 90% of the time. If I just figure it's wrong and wait an hour, come into middle of heat races.
It’s not on them.

A lot of times, the tracks fall behind schedule. ESPECIALLY dirt tracks. Man, some of those 7pm dirt races start at like 2am.
 

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It’s not on them.

A lot of times, the tracks fall behind schedule. ESPECIALLY dirt tracks. Man, some of those 7pm dirt races start at like 2am.
Turns out wasn't worth watching to start with. i gave up fairly quickly.
 

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yes. i think i will just wait tell stuff is on youtube. world of outlaws are pretty good about putting them there the next day.
Flo has been 150 bucks year. Still is 150 bucks year. One payment of 160ish. IDK what you been paying for or are paying for now?
 

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Flo has been 150 bucks year. Still is 150 bucks year. One payment of 160ish. IDK what you been paying for or are paying for now?
was 2.99 now 29.99 a month, so 359.88 a year and i canceled it.
 

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I have no clue what system you are on with flo, but if you are getting charged monthly, you need to contact them, because as mentioned the yearly charge for flo racing is $150.
 

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No idea who you're paying but this is right off the website
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sent them a e-mail today, maybe i got a discount for a little time because i had mavtv that i paid monthly,and that why they give me a monthly price,like you said a yearly price is way cheaper. thanks guys for all the input.
 

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Somebody has to pay for all those announcers to fly all over the country and for them to have a cushy headquarters.

There is ~$80 million of venture capital money behind FloSports thus far. That is why they have been able to acquire like crazy and grow so quickly. FloRacing has been an incredible boon for dirt racing fans, adding more value every year. I just hope it's not a bubble.

For those complaining about DIRTVision being more expensive, they aren't the same thing. DIRTVision was developed in house by World Racing Group, the parent company of the World of Outlaws, and is a much smaller player. However, they face lower risk of outside investors interfering if subscriber growth flattens.

In either case, nobody would have believed even five years ago that one could watch every major national series race from home for less than $40 per month between the two services. These events used to air as single PPVs that cost close to the ticket price.
 
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