Adding to dishdude's post, there is quite a few things you can shed off if you are willing to compromise/invest a little upfront. Ill try to list all in order, but I'm going to ramble quite a bit:
: Not much you can do with this, besides calling Dish and hoping for a retention offer. Welcome Pack is also a thing, but its a lot more limited, and from what I've been reading recently you can no longer get it unless you complain enough.
: May be the easiest money saver, or biggest PITA. It depends on how close you are to the broadcast towers of the locals you want. Close in a urban/suburban area? Easy call. Invest in a OTA tuner (compatible one here
, the $30 accessory labeled AirTV Dual-Tuner Adapter is the same one Dish sales) and get a indoor antenna from Walmart (RCA is a decent brand). Out in the boonies? Hard to say, you may be lucky to have a repeater nearby. Or nothing for dozens of miles. An outdoor antenna may help, but there are to many possibilities to say for sure, so YMMV. Once setup, place the antenna in a window (if indoor) facing wherever the local broadcast stations are and see what you get on your Dish receiver. If you stick with the Hopper/Joey system, the antenna gets connected to the Hopper and it can share the stations with the Joeys (It is limited to 2 Tuners however and no PTAT). Wally's are standalone, each receiver that needs to receive local broadcasts would need an OTA tuner and antenna (more about Wally's latter). Another possibility, if you just so happen to have a Tegna station serving one of your locals, you can call Dish and request a free tuner and antenna because there is currently a contract dispute between the two.
TLDR for this section: Under optimal conditions, you can invest about $60, give or take because taxes/shipping (Or free if you are lucky!) in equipment to get your locals over the air, and be rid of the satellite delivered locals to save $12.
: Hooo boy. This one is complicated. You like the Hopper/Joey system, but honestly what parts are we talking about? Is it really worth $29? Could you possibly live with one or two or all three TV's having similar DVR capabilities, but completely independent for each other? (In other words, each TV having its own DVR library, or no DVR functions at all). Here is where the Wally comes in. It is a standalone, rather simple receiver that belongs to the same generation as the Hopper3/Duo, but without integrated DVR functionality and only 2 satellite tuners. Nice part about them, you can get them here for $100 (They are usually on promo for $60 with promo code WALLY40, dunno how much longer its going to last however), the first box is rent free, and if you own these receivers outright subsequent Wally's are $5. So with a 3x Wally setup, you are looking at $10 p/m vs $29. Caveats are as previously stated, these are not DVR's, but with an EHD and a one time fee of $40 (Covers the entire account) they can get DVR functionality. These are standalone receivers, so they cannot share there DVR library's. Also, as dishdude mentioned, Dish anywhere is a free service where you can stream quite a few (but not all) channels on dish, and it is compatible with FireTV devices. You can install it on multiple devices (10 a year or something like that?) but only one device can stream at a time. So if DVR is not essential in the other rooms, you can buy Firesticks for each TV besides the Wally, and not have to pay the $5.
TLDR for this section: Depending on your needs, you are going to spend around $60 per TV for either a Wally or $25 for a cheap Fire device, $50 to $100 on EHD's for every Wally you want to be able to record on (or, one EHD that moves around the home works too) and the $40 one time fee. So about $350-400 upfront to have 3 fully equipped Wally's, that will cost $10 p/m. Alternatively, only one DVR enabled Wally, $25 firesticks for the other rooms for about $200 total, $0 p/m.
: These depend on your needs. Once you have a tech out to install the Wally's if you go for them, I would get rid of the protection plan, you can re-add it at a latter date if you need it. Also, you are getting showtime at $7.50, with a 50% promo. This makes me believe you got grandfathered from the original $15 price for it, it is now $10 so if you can get that offer changed to the $10 ($5 with promo) rate that's a possible $2.50 in savings. So, you can go from $29.49 to about $17. If you cant get Showtime at $5 then its still $19.50.
Even thought the investment looks large, If you are able to implement all of this you can end with Flex Pack ($52.99), 3x Wally's ($10), Addons ($17) for about $80 ($70 if you go for one Wally and firesticks instead) a month, add one or two dollars for taxes. Still not YTTV prices, but $40-$50 less per month. At least worth exploring IMO.