Expired DTV Coupon? Reapply today!

The TV Converter Box Coupon Program has now begun accepting replacement applications from consumers who have allowed their coupons to expire without being redeemed. This marks a change in policy for expired coupon holder’s who were originally denied by the coupon program after their DTV Coupons had expired.

Congress made changes to the coupon program when it passed a recent act to postpone the digital transition date from February 17th to June 12th. The same act also included a change to the wording on how the NTIA (National Telecommunications and Information Agency) could mail out coupons to households.

Changed From: No more than two coupons should be sent to any one household.

Changed To: No more than two coupons per household can be redeemed.

Though the changes seem small, consumers can now request up to (2) new coupons to replace your old expired converter box coupons. The Government’s website also points out that you will not need the old expired coupons to reapply, so if you’ve lost or had them stolen, there’s no need to worry.

How to Reapply: Consumers can apply for replacement coupons.

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