Sky TV drops to ‘lowest ever’ price but this ultimate deal will end soon

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  • October 12, 2019
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TV customers can currently take advantage of a very good deal, but there’s not long left before this discount comes to an end.

The satellite TV firm is offering its “Watch, Stream and Save BIG” bundle for £39 per month – that’s a bumper saving of £15 off the usual price.

This deal includes Superfast broadband, Sky TV with over 300 channels plus free evening and weekend calls with the firm boasting that this is its “lowest ever price.”

There’s also a new Sky Q 1TB box thrown-in as part of the bundle which can store 500 hours of content and record three shows at the same time.

If you want to take advantage of the deal there is a £39.95 set-up fee pay and you will need to sign up to an 18-month contract. This low price ends on Thursday, October 17.


If that deal doesn’t take your fancy then there are two more offers available right now from Sky. First up, the Home Cinema Bundle, which includes over 1,000 movies on-demand plus all Sky TV in HD, has been dropped to £31.

Given that this bundle will usually set you back £38 per month, that’s a pretty hefty saving. Again, there’s an 18-month contract to sign and you will need to pay a £20 set-up fee.

The final deal from Sky includes TV, Sky Sports and multi-room experience. This means you get a Sky Q 2TB box which can store 1,000 hours of content and record more shows at once plus there’s the option to view some sports and movies in full 4K.

This bundle also includes a Sky Q Mini box which means you can beam your evening’s entertainment to another room.

Sky’s Ultimate Live Action Bundle now costs £50 per month – saving £13 off the usual price.


Along with the Sky offers, Virgin Media and BT have both announced new deals which not only cut the cost of their broadband and TV bundles, but also bring a year of free access to Amazon Prime.

These deals mean customers can take advantage of access to a swathe of TV content and two million songs to stream with it saving them the usual £79 a year fee.

You can find out full details about the Virgin and BT deal here.

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