Charter Communications Provides a Ton of Promo Codes

The telecom industry is competitive. As a result, all the firms, big and little, are offering promotional rates on just about every service they provide. From Internet to cable television and phone lines, you stand to save quite a bit if you do a little research. Charter Communications is no different than a typical big ‘fish’. There are several “promotions” that you can access from their website, and a coupon code which may help you find a bit of affordable entertainment.

Three Special Offers

The top of the line promotion currently found at Charter will get you HD/DVR in addition to premiums, high speed Internet and unlimited calling in the US, Canada and Puerto Rico for $154.97 per month. You can step down to digital TV with HD, Internet and unlimited calling for just $114.97 or skip the phone service and get digital television with Internet for just $64.98 per month. Other offers are also available. Of course the more services you select, the better your deal will be.

There are also a bunch of promo codes that you can find online for Charter and that is a discount for a pay per view movie. If you are already a subscriber you can select a movie for only $4.98 when you use the coupon code ZXFKLKHF8A.

Additionally, we have found a few other promotion codes that you might be able to use:

  • Movie for $4.98: ZXFKLKHF8A
  • Free Movie Promo Codes: 8FD345TU4L or BTRWEFW135 or LXQK9C84C or US7OLJDLKG
  • $50 Credit: RJKWQ5T965

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Finding a Promo Code is Worth Your Time

It may seem like getting online and searching for a promo code for your favorite product or business is just a waste of time, but it isn’t so. In fact, you can save hundreds of dollars with some of the coupons available to you on the Web. Many companies, from hotels to airlines and everything in between, regularly promote certain deals. Business is tough and a coupon may be the difference between a potential consumer coming to you or going elsewhere.

The best place to find such coupons at sites like this one, because we spend a ton of time collecting promotional offers and present them in one place, simplifying the search process. Everyone likes a good deal, and we do what we can to find all the promo codes.

If Charter Communications is active in your area, it is a great idea to spend a few minutes evaluating the different promotional offers available. There is little point to getting more than you need, but if you are on the fence about a level of service, the discount may just make what you want more affordable. The money you save is more than worth a few minutes of your time, so take a look and decide what’s best for you.

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{ 33 comments… read them below or add one }

Anita May 20, 2016 at 8:57 pm

I hate Charter!!

GSH76 March 26, 2016 at 6:59 am

I love Charter! Triple Play for only $89 a month

Ress young October 25, 2015 at 12:55 am

You get what you pay for. Only words people seem to hear is “FREE”, the details of the services are washed out. If people would take the TIME and READ the product policy listed on every companies website then there would not be any complaining about WHAT YOU AGREED TO. If you want to be upset at someone try complaining to the networks that own the programs tell them to lower their cost so, charter,dish,at&t and etc.. Can lower their prices.

Kevin June 13, 2015 at 11:28 am

Just got the Triple Play installed less than 5 minutes ago, the serviceman is just leaving, I can still see his tail lights and already have a problem. Lady I spoke with to order the package ask me what some of my favorite channels were I named about 5 of them and sure enough 3 of the 5 don’t come with the package I ordered even though she said that they did. Called customer service and got the old sorry but u were miss informed and we can’t do nothing for you but for $10 dollars more a month we’ll turn them on. Haven’t had Charter for 10 minutes and now I know why EVERYONE SAYS THAT THEY SUCK!!!! Oh why oh why didn’t I listen, I miss my Dish TV already.

melissa f March 3, 2015 at 12:34 pm

None of the codes to save money work for Charter Communications! I had tried them all ,trying to save money on my next bill. Anyone have any that really work?

J February 15, 2015 at 8:43 am

The $50 coupon code doesn’t work.

curt December 18, 2014 at 9:46 am

Same run around, that I have read above……. Up Up and away with price and no concessions…..

Tom December 18, 2014 at 12:57 am

I cancelled cable 8 months ago and bought a digital indoor antenna, which works really well. I get all the networks and the pbs stations. If you’re thinking of doing this, don’t buy the cheaper antenna or you’ll be disappointed.

I refuse to continue paying for trash show on television. Interestingly enough, I have not missed cable that much. Much better quality time with the wife and others.

Catherine October 29, 2014 at 8:22 am

I leaving charter I am fed up with the issues after 10 years with them them they could give a crap about loyalty !! Charter cares nothing for their long term customers. Please buyer beware listen to those out there! trust what people are saying !!

elderly53527 September 28, 2014 at 10:40 am

i believe they want to drop customers who do not subscribe to the high cost services (movies, etc), particularly older customers on fixed incomes. they will not hear of offering you any specials anymore, just that you need to drop their services for 60 days. they are looking for the high income customers.

Warren August 13, 2014 at 6:45 pm

Based on my experience, the best way to get a better rate is to do one of 2 things. 1- Cancel for the 60 days and then you’re a new customer so you get intro prices for restarting service. 2- Be fully prepared to leave, know where you’ll go to, and then call Charter to find the end of your billing cycle, and how to cancel it on that date.
I called a couple months ago threatening to leave and got the “we’ve got the best around, so whatever” response. That’s hilarious to begin with because the ONLY thing about Charter that’s better is the lack of contracts. The service, customer service, technical phone support, and prices… not so much. You might wonder why I’d even keep it knowing that they’re not the best, but it is two fold… I don’t like contracts… and I’m hanging on for the day I can just subscribe to my few channels that Netflix/Amazon/Hulu don’t cover, and I’ll ditch cable entirely. Once that service is offered for those channels, I’ll have no contract to fulfill, and can switch right away.

So as my prices were raised $20-30/month, and I still have yet to get the guaranteed service ‘perks’ from their upgraded “Spectrum”, and my issues are still the same, it just wasn’t worth just ‘putting up with it’ anymore. So this time I found another ISP in my area that offered pretty good rates for internet, offered packages with Dish, and was a great alternative. I called and got my prices there, then called Charter to cancel. I specifically asked for a Retention manager when I got to customer service, and I just cheerily told them I set up the other local company (which I named, and said “ya know that one that’s in downtown” – which is true, but it shows I know exactly the company I’m switching to) to come out and set me up next week. I told the guy about my constant issues with reception, and not getting the promised *minimum* internet speeds, and realized that since Charter had said I couldn’t get any other good deals, it just wasn’t worth the higher price to deal with the ongoing issues. I was friendly as can be, and the rep “reevaluated” my account, determined I didn’t need the phone service (never wanted it to begin with, but you know how the packages go), and dropped the bill back down $20/month. I hope that by the time the next price increase comes around in a year, I can subscribe to Hulu/Netflix/Amazon and my few other channels, and won’t need cable anymore. Until then though, at least I can afford my bill again.

David Mundy July 24, 2014 at 3:18 pm

Charter is terrible. I’ve never had much of a problem with customer service as long as they speak English as a first language, but as far as the service coverage price and a total lack of ability to fix any issues they are by far the worst company I’ve ever dealt with. I have averaged 5 calls per month and a minimum of 1 tech coming to my home every month as well and nothing gets resolved. Nowadays they act like they aren’t allowed to discount your bill. My question to them is always “why?” “If you were making payments on a car that broke down every day would u still be willing to pay for it?” So all in all Charter….. kiss my ass but hold on let me move my wallet first.

RP June 6, 2014 at 10:09 am

@Amy Gallaher

A bit slow on reply but here is the redeem addy
Hope this helps…

Rekha April 13, 2014 at 8:37 am

Any deals on Charter internet. Please tell me. My apartment had only charter provider only.


jessica cofield March 17, 2014 at 5:44 pm

I’m thinking about switching to wow . MY BILL CHANGES and goes up every month. There is always a problem with the cable signal too.

David hogan March 4, 2014 at 5:35 pm

My bill keeps gone up I’m turning mine off too.

e werb March 2, 2014 at 12:41 pm

i’ll add my two bits — the hardest feature for me to let go is the dvr

i started with internet and cable + premiums for well under $100, now its almost $150 for no premiums — so i talked to the retention dept and it was like some weird credit counseling — looks like i’m going to return their box and i’ll cut the cord except for internet…then, maybe re-up for the triple play (say bye-bye at+t)

that’s probably the only way to game them back…

Thomas January 24, 2014 at 1:08 pm

Our Charter bill increased tremendously up to $179.00 a month. I talked with 3 agents and 2 couldn’t get the bill down any and the last one reduced it by only $18.00. That still wasn’t low enough. We have had service for 10 years. The person you need to talk to is the Retention Supervisor. This person has additional promotions that he/she can offer. Our bill came down to $124.00. I was also told that if you disconnect services you can go back to a new customer rate at around $99.00 after 60 days (plus a charge for installation). So we just stayed with the service for $124.00 which is still to expensive but have no other choice. No other cable service is offered in our area. Again, ask to speak to a RETENTION SUPERVISOR.

Amy Gallaher December 27, 2013 at 5:47 pm

How do use the promo code? There is not an option on their web site.

Thank you!
Amy Gallaher

shirley November 5, 2013 at 10:35 pm

We cancelled our service with Charter b/c we just didn’t want to continue paying $104 per mo and it was going up in Feb $124. We don’t need all that junk on TV anyway. Also we stream movies and other stuff on Netflix for $8.53 per mo.

Gene V. October 20, 2013 at 3:19 pm

My bill went up this month after the year long contract. It was right below $100 for internet, phone,and TV. Now it’s jacked up to $120. I’ve called to remove the phone services and the rep told me even if I had removed the phone service my bill would still be at $120 since I would lose the discount for having a bundle service. In cancelling and going over to Time Warner since now they offer service in my area. Charter you need to do better at discounts for customers who are going to be long term, not try to jack up prices. That’s how you lose customers!

4Foot Ten August 2, 2013 at 6:00 pm

We called to complain about our bill going up after our 12 month introductory period. Course they wasn’t anything they would do about it but th rep said that there were on line promotions we could use. Couldn’t tell us where just that they were available. Reading the above tells me she didn’t know what she was talking about. Our bill went from 91.38 to 126.00 but if we drop the phone service it would go UP another 20.00! Figure that one out.

Pennie August 1, 2013 at 4:55 am

I just switched from ATT back to Charter for 2 reasons….the obvious one is that Att ropes you into buying their equipment making you think that at the time of setup you are getting a great deal…One time charge and it’s yours…what they don’t tell you and good luck if you have any equipment trouble and can’t resolve it over the phone…they will either want to send you new equipment or if you ask for someone to come out to your home …one big pain in the butt and a charge of 50.00 an hr…good luck maneuvering around their call system if you do have a problem especially if you have U-Verse…either they switch you to a totally dif depart and have no clue how to transfer your call to the right dept or if they do get you to the right person they have NO clue how to even help you…One time I hung up 3 times and called back before I finally got someone in the right dept and knew what they were talking about……Lets talk promotions……WHAT promos…they will give you a promotion for that is only good for 3mo..and when it doesn’t show up on your bill and you call to see what happened…again have fun trying to get to the right dept and then they give you every excuse possible not to give it to you….On the upside …I did like their dvr equipment…you have one main dvr and then they hooked a wifi box to how ever many tvs you have and it runs off the main box so what ever you recorded you can watch it on any of your tvs…plus you can record up to 6 shows at one time..Charter if there are two programs you want to record say at 7pm…have fun picking which one to record…cause it won’t record both….the only reason why I switched was because I moved and one U-verse isn’t offered in the neighborhood I moved to which happens to be 6blocks away…and the building i moved to has a package bundle package for the whole complex and the price is divided between 42units and we all pay for it w/our rent regardless if we use it or not….just before I moved here charter took away 15 reg channels from the extended basic package so to get them you have to purchase the digital box…either way you look at it…both services SUCK…

Karen July 21, 2013 at 8:13 pm

I’m cancelling also. Just spoke with Charter representative and was given the same information as the comments above. Only difference is, the man I spoke with told me, “it is what it is”. Didn’t like the changes of price and didn’t like his attitude. Like one person said, “only thing on TV is crap anyway”. Who really needs 100-200 stations. There are only a very few programs that I watch. I have internet on my cell phone anyway. Not as convenient, but better than paying $170 per month (quoted to me) for this service. Started out 2 years ago at $99.00 per month.

Dawn May 28, 2013 at 5:26 pm

Same thing here. We are canceling our service because Charter Communication is a rip off.

broke from charter cable March 28, 2013 at 9:21 am

Charter communications is a rip off. My bill is different every month and they can’t explain why it just keeps going up for no reason. Then I have the wire protection and they made me pay anyway. They said those wires aren’t in the protection program. Any way to make the rich richer. If everyone would call Charter and cancel I bet rates would drop a lot really fast.

T March 7, 2013 at 7:48 pm

The same thing happened to me. My bill went from $85 for basic and internet to $120. The representative told me with a package she could get it back to $115. Tomorrow I’m checking to see if we get any corporate discounts with DirectTV and I will be switching as soon as the new equipment arrives.

geez! February 6, 2013 at 11:33 am

Happened to me too. “We have done away with our promotions for ‘old pricing’ and have yet to see any promotions for ‘new tier pricing’, so basically you’ll either have to keep things the way they are or pay standard rates.” Before it was $104 including tax for TV, DVR and internet. Now it will be $130. We’re thinking about keeping internet only and using netflix.

:( January 28, 2013 at 11:53 am

Same thing as all these poor fellas. Bill went from $80 to $110! The poor gal on the line that was just doing the work of the demon actuaries behind the scene tried to convince me that “based on feedback from the majority of our customers, we’re doing away with promotions and locking in rates as a customer service benefit to you.” How, please tell, am I benefiting from this? To save me from a once annual 10 minute phone call? That phone call saved me $360 every year.

BB January 8, 2013 at 8:12 pm

The same thing just happened to me this month. My bill went from $139 to $160. I called to discuss the bill and they explained they no longer honored promotions.

unhappy December 14, 2012 at 10:04 am

I just had the same experience. I am a customer for 15 years. How ridiculous. My bill went from $100.00 to $130.00, and then the guy told me after this year my internet will jump from $29.99 to $49.99. Where is the deregulation and competition that was supposed to happen with the cable industry to drive prices down? I have only seen them go up. Charter is the ONLY cable company in my area. I am told they allow one cable company in an area for some reason. You can’t compare DSL or satellite to cable so there is really no competition and they can charge what they want. Obviously Charter has implemented this. They are going to have a lot of pissed off customers if they keep this up. I am thinking about going to Netflix exclusively. Most of the programming on TV stinks anyway.

nick December 3, 2012 at 8:57 pm

I just had the same thing happen minus the bill because I knew when my promotion ended. Unfortunately they lost me as a customer. I will get a promo from att and that’s what I can afford. When that expires I will be back as a new customer for Charter using their promo rates again, as you have to cancel service for 60 days before they consider you a new customer and you are eligible for those rates.

kristi October 27, 2012 at 5:40 am

NOT ANYMORE! Unless you are a first-time customer that is. They’ve done away with all promotions. I have been a a customer for YEARS and just received a $180 bill for basic cable and internet (usually around $80). They explained that they will only give promotions and allow promotion codes to brand new customers now, that they have made “major changes” and now work on a “3 tier” system. The tier you fall in depends on what services you have and how long you’ve been with them. She tried to sell me a $200 pkg with what I have now plus a few premium channels and I explained I wanted my bill DOWN. The only thing she could do was offer me the $180 per month. REALLY? WOW. I cancelled my service and warned her that I am certain others will follow.

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