Wagjag: XM Snap Radio + 3 Month Satellite Subscription for $20

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XM Satellite Radio

Wagjag has the XM Snap radio plus a 3-month satellite subscription from Sirius XM Canada up as a daily deal for $20. You will get a voucher to use with XM Sirius and you will have to pay shipping for the radio.

You can cancel your subscription once the 3 months are up if you aren’t happy with the pricing going forward. They will usually offer you a better deal then to renew.

Offer Details

  • Expires July 6, 2013
  • Limit 2 vouchers per person, may buy more for others
  • Radio comes activated, includes activation and musical royalty fee
  • Radio subscription will be auto-renewed after the 3 months are finished (to cancel the service, must call prior to auto-renewal)
  • Does not include shipping (takes approximately 5 to 10 days, depending on the shipping option you select)
  • Does not include tax. No cash value. No cash back

3 responses to “Wagjag: XM Snap Radio + 3 Month Satellite Subscription for $20”

  1. bhlombardy says:

    3-months subscription is also only available to new customers. It is not available to current or previous subscribers.

  2. Robin Monks says:


    XM Canada is very well known for not canceling accounts and working their butt off to try and get banks to deny disputes. I had to deal with them for my mother after the free trial on their new GM truck ran out and she called to cancel it, several dozen telemarketers called her to change her mind and renew. Then they hit her credit card with a $250 card anyways!

    After she disputed the claim they called the bank and said they had proof she agreed to it so she had to write a letter stating she asked for it to be canceled and never agreed to a renewal, then the bank performed a refund.

    After this, they were calling her demanding my mother send them a cheque for a “termination fee” or else they’d “ruin her credit”. Took a very stern conversation by me to a manager to get them to admit she had previously indicated she wanted the subscription to not renew and they wouldn’t make any further attempts to speak with her, threaten her, or harm her credit. They claimed they renewed it as a “service to her” since “most people forget to renew”. Very funny… in short: hugely corrupt and sleazy company.

  3. Norman says:

    After purchasing a car with a built-in XM radio and initially free service, I quickly grew frustrated as it kept cutting out and I would have to re-establish the signal through their website. Now that my free subscription has expired, I frequently get new offers at drastic price cuts. I always wonder in cases like this, about just how much the price is being jacked up to maximize profits. Don’t even get me started on the barrage of Michael’s “40% Off” coupons. A great deal on an exorbitant price really isn’t a great deal.


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