Xfinity TV Service Pricing and Deals

How does this top-rated cable TV provider compare to others?

Chantel Buchi
Staff Writer, TV & Streaming
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February 22, 2022
4 min read

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Over 18 million TV subscribers currently have Xfinity TV in their homes, making Comcast Xfinity one of the most trusted TV providers in the industry. It’s also the most widely available cable TV provider in the US, meaning it’s available to most Americans.

Let’s find out if you’ll want to be a member of that group. (But you’re still one-of-a-kind, don’t worry.)

We’re going to get into the details of Xfinity’s pricing and deals to find the right plan for your family and home.

Before we dive in, let’s find out if Xfinity TV is offered in your area.

Comcast Xfinity prices and plans

Xfinity TV has pricing and plans for three different regions of the US–West, Central, and Northeast.

In each region, Xfinity offers at least two TV options to fit each family’s budget and channel needs.

So if you just want the main popular channels, like Disney Channel, HGTV, and ESPN, there’s an inexpensive plan for you. Or if you’d like as many channels as possible because you want all of the sports and movie channels, you have that option too.

Check out the channel lineups on Xfinity’s website, or take a look at the channels section in our review to choose the perfect TV package for you.

Keep in mind, all of Xfinity’s plans come with a 1-year contract and your pricing will increase in year two. Scroll down past the tables to find out how much you’ll need to budget.

Comcast Xfinity TV deals and prices for the West region
Plan
Price
Available channels
Details
Popular TV$49.99/mo.*125+
Ultimate TV$59.99/mo.*185+
Data effective 02/17/22. Offers and availability vary by location and are subject to change.
* For the first 12 mos with 1-Year Agreement. Includes $10/mo. automatic payments and paperless billing discount.
Comcast Xfinity TV deals and prices for the Central region
Plan
Price
Available channels
Details
Choice TV$20.00/mo.10+
Popular TV$60.00/mo.125+
Ultimate TV$80.00/mo.185+
Data effective 02/17/22. Offers and availability vary by location and are subject to change.
No term contract. Does not include $17.00/mo broadcast TV fee; price subj to change. Taxes and equipment not included.
No term contract. Does not include $17.00/mo broadcast TV fee and $9.00/mo regional sports fee; price subj to change. Taxes and equipment not included.
Comcast Xfinity TV deals and prices for the Northeast region
Plan
Price
Available channels
Details
Choice Limited TV$30.00/mo.^10+
Limited Basic$20.00/mo.^10+
Extra$67.27/mo.^125+
Digital Preferred$69.99/mo.°185+
Digital Premier$89.99/mo.°185+
Data effective 02/17/22. Offers and availability vary by location and are subject to change.
^ With No Term Agreement
° For the first 12 months with No Term Agreement. Includes $10/mo automatic payments and paperless billing discount for 24 months.

Xfinity covers a big portion of the northeast region and at least three of these plans above will be available in your area. So, basically, pricing will depend on where you live.

Xfinity TV prices after one year of service

After your 1-year contract expires with Xfinity, your monthly pricing will go up by $20–$30.

Honestly, that’s still not too bad for a service that is trusted and widely available across the US. (Just make sure it still fits your budget with the addition of the fees Xfinity might charge you.)

By comparison, our second favorite cable TV provider, Spectrum TV, doesn’t require you to sign a contract, but your bill goes up by $25–$35 during your second year.

As an example of what you’ll need to prepare for with Xfinity, we’ve laid out the second-year pricing for the West region in the table below.

Xfinity TV prices after 12 months
Plan
Promotional price
Price after 12 mos.
Channel count
Details
Popular TV$49.99/mo.*$70/mo.125+
Ultimate TV$59.99/mo.*$88.50/mo.185+
Data effective 02/17/22. Offers and availability vary by location and are subject to change.
* For the first 12 mos with 1-Year Agreement. Includes $10/mo. automatic payments and paperless billing discount.
Xfinity's 3 for 1 bundle
Deals

Xfinity's 3 for 1 Bundle gives you unlimited internet, a free Flex 4K streaming TV box, and one Mobile Unlimited line.

With no contract requirement, a two-year price guarantee, and access to Peacock Premium, this is a pretty sweet bundle.

Where is Comcast Xfinity available?

Xfinity TV is the most widely available cable TV provider in the US, meaning it’s available to most Americans (like a Popeyes fast food restaurant, if you will).

As the largest cable company in the country, it’s available in 40 states providing TV, internet, and phone services.

Xfinity availability map

Photo credit: BroadbandNow

How can you find out if Xfinity is available in your area? Just enter your ZIP code below.

How much are Xfinity TV’s bundles?

Xfinity offers many bundling options for TV, internet, and a landline at different prices.

You can make the bundle your own by choosing channel count, download speeds, and if you still love your rotary dial telephone, you can add in a phone service.

If you need help choosing a download speed, our internet expert Catherine McNally goes into detail on how to choose the right Xfinity bundle for your home. Catherine says 40–100 Mbps is sufficient for 1–2 people. Grab a bundle with 75–300 Mbps if there are 3–4 people in your home, or you’ll want 500+ Mbps if you’re a family of 4 or more.

Xfinity offers at least seven different bundles for you to choose from, but we’ve narrowed down our top five for each region in the tables below.

Comcast Xfinity bundles for the West region
Bundle
Price
Channels
Download speeds
Details
Choice Double Play$49.99/mo.**10+Up to 100 Mbps
Popular Double Play$79.99/mo.**125+Up to 300 Mbps
Ultimate Double Play$109.99/mo.**185+Up to 600 Mbps
Premier Double Play$134.99/mo.**185+Up to 1200 Mbps
Choice Latino Double Play$49.99/mo.60+Up to 100 Mbps
Data effective 02/17/22. Offers and availability vary by location and are subject to change.
** For the first 12 months
Comcast Xfinity bundles for the Central region
Bundle
Price
Channels
Download speeds
Details
Connect Internet + Choice TV$52.00/mo.††10+50 Mbps
Connect Internet + Popular TV$96.00/mo.‡‡125+50 Mbps
Super Fast Internet + Popular TV$106.00/mo.‡‡125+600 Mbps
Super Fast Internet + Ultimate TV$126.00/mo.‡‡185+600 Mbps
Gigabit Extra Internet + Ultimate TV + Xfinity Voice$156.00/mo.‡‡185+1200 Mbps
Data effective 02/17/22. Offers and availability vary by location and are subject to change.
†† Internet for the first 12 months with a 1-year term contract. No term contract for TV. Does not include $17.00/mo broadcast TV fee; price subj to change. Taxes and equipment not included.
‡‡ Internet for the first 12 months with a 1-year term contract. No term contract for TV. Does not include $17.00/mo broadcast TV fee and $9.00/mo regional sports fee; price subj to change. Taxes and equipment not included.
Comcast Xfinity bundles for the Northeast region
Bundle
Price
Channels
Download speeds
Details
Choice Double Play + Speed Increase to Performance Pro Internet$54.99/mo.°10+Up to 300 Mbps
Standard+ More$89.99/mo.^^125+Up to 300 Mbps
Signature+$119.99/mo.°°185+Up to 800 Mbps
Signature+ More$129.99/mo.^^185+Up to 1200 Mbps
Super+ More$149.99/mo.^^185+Up to 1200 Mbps
Data effective 02/17/22. Offers and availability vary by location and are subject to change.
° For the first 12 months with No Term Agreement. Includes $10/mo automatic payments and paperless billing discount for 24 months.
^^ For the first 24 months with a 2-Year Agreement. Includes $10/mo automatic payments and paperless billing discount for 24 months.
°° For the first 12 months. $139.99/mo for months 13-24 with 2-Year Agreement. Includes $10/mo automatic payments and paperless billing discount for 24 months.

Xfinity TV equipment and fees

Here’s the biggest downside to Xfinity: this cable TV service has the most expensive list of fees in the TV industry.

Some of Xfinity’s fees are typical with most TV providers, like the DVR service and set-top boxes.

But what we really don’t like is how high the broadcast and regional sports fees have become. These fees pay for your local and sports channels, and what’s the point in a TV service without those?

We can’t fault Xfinity for these newly increased fees though, and they’re not the only TV company suffering to keep their prices down for its consumers.

TV companies have had to increase their prices because of rising programming costs–especially for—you guessed it—broadcast TV and sports.

How much are Comcast Xfinity’s fees?
Fee
Monthly price
TV boxes$7.50/mo. each
DVR fee$0–$20/mo.
Broadcast TV feeUp to $24.95/mo.
Regional sports feeUp to $19.15/mo.

How does Xfinity TV compare to Spectrum TV, Verizon Fios TV, and others?

Comparing Xfinity TV to competitors can get tricky because each provider has its ups and downs or its own specific purpose.

We’ll give you a quick overview of how Xfinity TV compares to our other top cable TV providers:

  • Spectrum TV: Spectrum TV doesn’t require a contract like Xfinity does. Spectrum’s pricing does increase for year two similar to Xfinity, but you’ll be paying about $5–$15 more for your service with Spectrum.
  • Verizon Fios TV: Now, Verizon Fios TV would be our number one choice if it weren’t available in less than 10 states (while Xfinity is available in 40). Verizon Fios offers up to 425 channels with an average of 35 cents per channel. Xfinity’s comes in at about 36 cents for your first year and 52 cents your second.
  • Optimum TV: This cable TV provider is a great choice if you live in one of the three East Coast states or select cities it’s available. We like that Optimum has the option to order an inexpensive package at $30/month for 50 channels.
  • Cox TV: One feature Cox has that no other TV provider offers is the choice to bundle home security with your TV, internet, and landline. Unfortunately though, Cox requires you to sign a 2-year contract and its pricing is on the higher end.
How does Xfinity TV compare to other cable TV providers?
Service
Provider
Price
Available Channels
Learn More
XfinityXfinity TV$49.99$59.99***185
SpectrumSpectrum TV$34.99$49.99†††140
Verizon Authorized DealerVerizon Fios TV$55$110‡‡‡425
OptimumOptimum Cable TV$30$115420
Cox Authorized RetailerCox TV$53$138†††250
Data effective 11/11/21. Offers and availability vary by location and are subject to change.
*** For the first 12 months. Some packages require a 1-year contract.
††† For the first 12 months.
‡‡‡ w/Auto Pay + taxes. Equipment charges may apply.

In comparison to live TV streaming providers, you’ll be paying a lot less but you won’t get as many channels.

Another upside is that live TV streaming services don’t require you to pay any fees. Rather, they give you the option to pay $5–$10 for a bigger DVR storage or more simultaneous streams (in case you’d like to share your service with five other family members).

Take a look at our top live TV streaming services.

How does Xfinity TV compare to live TV streaming providers?
Service
Provider
Price
Available Channels
Learn More
Fubo TVFubo$33$99.99^^^210
YouTubeTVYouTube TV$34.99$64.99^^^85
HuluHulu + Live TV$69.99$75.99^^^75
SlingSling$35$5047
Data as of 11/11/21. Offers and availability vary by location and are subject to change.
^^^ Data as of 11/11/21. Offers and availability vary by location and are subject to change.

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Chantel Buchi
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Chantel Buchi
Chantel is all about finding the best tv or streaming service to watch as many football games as possible to keep her Fantasy Football team in check. Prior to being a TV and Streaming Tech Reporter for Reviews.org, she worked for NFL Network and The Alliance of American Football. Before that, she received a B.A. of Communication at the University of Utah and an M.S. in Sports Journalism at USC. Go Utes and Fight On. Contact her at chantel@reviews.org

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