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Mohu Promo Code: 25% Off All TV Antennas!

Mohu is offering fantastic deals at the moment. Currently, there is also a promotion to get 25% off on any purchase at checkout. Now is the time to get a great deal on a fantastic product and say goodbye to cable bills forever. If not for you, do it for your friends and family. They will thank you for the TV antenna now, and then thank you again later for saving them thousands on cable TV. This deal won’t last long, so act now!

Clicking any of the 3 links below  and entering “super25” in the promo code field will provide you with the 25% off your purchase. Make sure to enter promo after adding the item to your cart..

Promo Purchase Mohu Sky

Promo Purchase Mohu Curve

Promo Purchase Mohu Leaf

My family cut the cord and we save over $1000 a year. The best part is we don’t miss any of our favorite shows. The first step is getting that antenna to catch all the free television delivered free over the airwaves. All major broadcast networks are sent over the air in crystal clear high definition.

The picture quality is better with the antenna then I ever had with cable TV. We live in a suburb outside Baltimore MD and receive over 35 channels, including ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX, CW and PBS.

For an idea of the quality TV antenna products you will receive from Mohu check out my review of the Mohu Sky. It’s the antenna my family uses. It’s small, pulls in every station in my area, and is easy on the eyes.

I’ve also tries both the Mohu Leaf, and Mohu Curve. They are easily the best passive indoor TV antenna I have used. All 3 Mohu antennas are Omni-directional making install a breeze.

If you were on the fence about dropping cable and cutting the cord to save over $1000 a year, then now is the time. Use this coupon code and start enjoying free HD TV now!

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View Comments (16)

  • Does the discount apply to the Mohu Leaf 50??? That is what a more recent article recommended.

  • You have a lot of ideas !
    I have two TVs. in a one bedroom condo. one in the bedroom and one in the living room.
    I have verizon fios which is way too expensive.
    Can have SW exposure on the balcony,
    What sat you ?
    Thanks,
    W. C. DeAlba

  • I have researched the signals I am able to receive where I live and being at the base of a small mountain surrounded by trees in the Roanoke Valley, I am only able to receive 6 channels of which I never really watch. It cannot be guaranteed that I will receive all the channels on the Sky 60.

    • Signal strengths vary from location to location. There is no way to guarantee which channels will be received. If you are unhappy with the results, I would contact their support.

  • Is the promo code still active? If so, it did not show up once I placed an item in my cart. Can you please provide me with a promo code?

    • Super25 still works. Look at the "Grand Total" after applying the Promo.

  • Spectrum is upping bills drastically. Thinking of dropping Cable, all seem to be doing the same, outrageous.
    Your information is very informative, will dig deeper to see what is best in my area.

  • Can the Mohu Sky be connected to the existing coaxial cable that my satellite dish was connected to? I have a Mohu Leaf 50 indoor, and I am only able to get my local Fox network and This. Tv Fool indicates that I might receive a couple more local channels with a roof mounted antenna. Before I buy it I want to determine if I will need an electrician to run a new antenna cable through my house, or if I can just hook up to my existing cable. Thank you.