Is there a price list for individual pick and pay channels? Which ones are $3 and which are $5.
Once you set up a TV order at https://www.shaw.ca/store, you have the option to order individual channels. For example, if you would like to order sports channels -
But breaking it down, most are $3. I'm not going to list them all here as there are so many of them.
But we have these ones for $4 -
Love Nature HDDiscovery Velocity HD
And these ones for $5 -
A&EBravoFXComedy NetworkSpaceGustoOLNAMCMTVMuch HDPeachtree TVBNNCNNCTV News ChannelDiscovery Channel HD
There are some premium channels that are more expensive (as you can see on the sports list above).
If you would like to see the channels available in your area, go to Shaw Television Guide – Full Channel Listings | Shaw.ca - and chose your city at the top -
Then click on 'View channel listings' and you should get a complete list, including all channels that are pick and pay.
Thanks Lance. I had trouble with that screen.
For anyone as confused as I was, the above screen comes up with "all Theme Packs" selected and no Individual Channe" prices.
You have to select Sports or one of the subcategories in order to see the prices for that category.
Similar to andyk, I cannot see the individual Pick and Pay channels... they simply don't appear. All I see are multiple Theme Packs.
It is Dec. 1, and they *should* appear, with pricing, and be order-able.
I do see the options, similar to the screen shot Lance had above. Are you at the online store? Do you also not see the "individual channel" option on other browsers?
"Once you set up a TV order"
This is and has been the problem with the Shaw website for a long time. Why should you need to go through the trouble of setting up an order simply to browse and weigh your options to make an informed decision? This is a long standing issue that they clearly know about and have no intention of rectifying. Unfortunate.
Also notice, there is no advertising or any information sent to customers about pick and pay.
We do have the full list of pick and pay options here which should help you build towards a plan most suited to your needs. If you have any other questions, just let me know.Cheers,Tony | Community Mod.
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