TV Streaming Subscriptions Tracker





Track all the costs associated with cord-cutting with this cool TV Streaming Subscriptions Tracker.

It’s pretty much a given, cord-cutting has a lot of great benefits. Like watching TV on your schedule, choosing from a long list of apps. And streaming TV services which offer content at a more affordable price than cable TV or satellite.

But cord-cutting can also get expensive. Especially if one goes a little too crazy and starts signing up for too many channels, apps and services at once.

TV Streaming Subscriptions Tracker To The Rescue

If your monthly credit card bill is high and you don’t know why, use this handy spreadsheet tool one of our cord-cutting members built. We teamed it by adding common streaming TV services and added hyperlinks to visit their website. And this tool will show you without a doubt what it costs every month to be a cord-cutter. Or not!

How to Use the Tracker App

You can’t edit the spreadsheet until you make your own copy. To do so click on the File Menu inside the spreadsheet. (Top left corner of the page.)

Then click Make a Copy of the TV Streaming Subscriptions Tracker which will save it to your Google Drive account. If you don’t have a Drive account click here to create one with Gmail.

Then after its been saved, you can edit the tracker to show only which services you subscribe to add the cost per month. Or multiply the monthly fee X 12 and see the annual price.

This will then give you a good idea of the costs involved to cut the cord vs what you may be paying now with cable or satellite TV.

Click the orange button below to get your copy of the Streaming TV Subscriptions Tracker:


Once you saved the subscription tracker, click any of the names to check out, subscribe or cancel that service. Add in any other non-streaming related subscriptions like monthly broadband, power or phone bills you would like to track. Be sure to delete the costs of any service not subscribed to.

This is a great tool to manage your budget and let you know exactly where your money is being spent every month.

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