If you’re a big sports fans then there’s two very good offers from Sky’s NOW TV.
This streaming service is currently offering some discounts with boxing fans able to purchase this weekend’s Joshua v Povetkin fight and get a month’s Sky Sports Pass for just £19.95.
This deal saves over £50 off the standard price and will allow full access to coverage of one of the biggest fights of the year.
This price cut isn’t lasting for long with the offer running out tonight, Septemeber 20 and is available via an email Sky is sending to customers.
If you’re not interested in boxing but want to watch sport without paying a fortune then there’s another good option.
NOW TV announced a new Sky Sports Mobile Month Pass for £5.99 per month.
This brings access to Sky Sports Premier League, Sky Sports Action, Sky Sports Arena and the Sky Sports News channel direct to mobiles.
It’s worth noting that this pass won’t allow you to cast the action to a TV so you will only be able to view content on a smartphone.
Upcoming fixtures covered by the Sky Sports Mobile Month pass include:
Sky Sports Premier League – the home of 126 live Premier League games a season including upcoming matches:
Sky Sports Action & Sky Sports Arena – Two channels showcasing a selection of sports, including Rugby Union, Rugby League, Boxing, NFL, Darts and WWE.
This news comes as Sky has finally revealed that Netflix is coming soon.
Customers with Sky Q and a Netflix accounts will be able to see these services integrated for the first time with two simple options available for payment and viewing.
For those that want the most interactive service, Sky is launching something called Ultimate On Demand.
This allows Netflix and Sky content to appear side-by-side within in the main Q home screen making it simple to watch shows from both services.
Ultimate on Demand will cost £10 per month which includes access to Sky Box Sets (usually £5 per month) and Netflix Standard (£7.99) – giving customers a saving of £2.99 per month.
There’s no actual date for a launch with Sky currently saying it will arrive at some point in November.
Customers can pre-register their interest in the Ultimate On Demand pack at sky.com/Netflix.
Speaking about the new Netflix service, Stephen van Rooyen, Chief Executive Officer, Sky UK and Ireland, said: “We want Sky Q to be the number one destination for TV fans. Partnering with Netflix means we will have all the best TV in one great value pack, making it even easier for you to watch all of your favourite shows.”
And Chris Whiteley, Director Business Development UK/IE, Netflix, added: “Innovation is at the core of Netflix.
“We are delighted to partner with Sky to offer fans a new and exciting way to access the best of entertainment from around the world.”