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Free Samsung 32" TV with Sky £20 PM Package + £110.25 Cashback = Total £129.75 £240.00

£240.00 @ Sky Digital
Seems like a pretty good deal and a no brainer. it's a 12 month contract, you get a 1tb Sky Q box, its £20 Per Month and top cash back are offering £110.25. Total price comes to £129.75!!!
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Seems like a pretty good deal and a no brainer. it's a 12 month contract, you get a 1tb Sky Q box, its £20 Per Month and top cash back are offering £110.25. Total price comes to £129.75!!!
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Only for new costumers right?ty
#2
Got this deal a couple of months ago but it was an LG, can't say about the Samsung but the LG was 720p and only 1 hdmi port. So it might be worth researching which TV it is. Having said that it's pretty good and is in my kitchen with a now TV box. I also added another free sat box for my bedroom as they wanted £12 a month for multi room. Easy enough to fit your self
1 Like #3
vitor19771
Only for new costumers right?ty
Deffinetly not with the top cashback, i'm sure you can wangle the free TV if you are out of contract :).

Edited By: seabee05 on Oct 24, 2016 08:16: Missed a word
1 Like #4
where can I find the details about the TV ?
#5
killstreak
where can I find the details about the TV ?
Might be worth asking them on Sky Chat as I can't see anything. Would be cool if it was 4k to go with the Sky Q Box =)
#6
seabee05
killstreak
where can I find the details about the TV ?
Might be worth asking them on Sky Chat as I can't see anything. Would be cool if it was 4k to go with the Sky Q Box =)
did it, its a 720p TV.
[helper][HUKD Deal Editor] 1 Like #7
seabee05
killstreak
where can I find the details about the TV ?
Might be worth asking them on Sky Chat as I can't see anything. Would be cool if it was 4k to go with the Sky Q Box =)

It's not a 4k box. That's the 2TB version :)
#8
I got this deal with Quidco who had it at £110 cashback, but I chose the £100 giftcard instead of the TV.

Funnily enough, I've been in dispute with Quidco about another cashback claim they denied due to it apparently being paid to "another retailer" and, as a result of me threatening court action, they've cleared this sky cashback out of their own funds and it's hitting my account this week :)
1 Like #9
BuzzDuraband
seabee05
killstreak
where can I find the details about the TV ?
Might be worth asking them on Sky Chat as I can't see anything. Would be cool if it was 4k to go with the Sky Q Box =)
It's not a 4k box. That's the 2TB version :)
My Mistake! lol
[helper][HUKD Deal Editor]#10
I got this package last week (plus movies). At the time there was no offer for a free TV. Do you reckon Sky are likely to budge on it for me? What's the cooling off period once installed? It's been in 5 days.
#11
BuzzDuraband
I got this package last week (plus movies). At the time there was no offer for a free TV. Do you reckon Sky are likely to budge on it for me? What's the cooling off period once installed? It's been in 5 days.

Give it a punt, but try on live chat first as they'll be more likely to try and work something out.

If you didn't get any offers of free gifts though then maybe you don't qualify as a "new" customer ?
#12
davedelaney1978
Got this deal a couple of months ago but it was an LG, can't say about the Samsung but the LG was 720p and only 1 hdmi port. So it might be worth researching which TV it is. Having said that it's pretty good and is in my kitchen with a now TV box. I also added another free sat box for my bedroom as they wanted £12 a month for multi room. Easy enough to fit your self

Do you mean another Sky Q box or another type of satellite box?
#13
BuzzDuraband
I got this package last week (plus movies). At the time there was no offer for a free TV. Do you reckon Sky are likely to budge on it for me? What's the cooling off period once installed? It's been in 5 days.

Think it's usually 14 days cooling off
#14
bob_regis

Do you mean another Sky Q box or another type of satellite box?

i got an additional freesat box from ebay and wired it in myself. the main box is just a sky hd box.
#15
Couldn't go on there broadband again soo bad
#16
If you go for the £100 reward it works out to be £19.50 for the year!

Edited By: iambigred on Oct 24, 2016 09:39: reward
#17
HankHandsome
I got this deal with Quidco who had it at £110 cashback, but I chose the £100 giftcard instead of the TV.
Funnily enough, I've been in dispute with Quidco about another cashback claim they denied due to it apparently being paid to "another retailer" and, as a result of me threatening court action, they've cleared this sky cashback out of their own funds and it's hitting my account this week :)

I think sometimes they use that line as an excuse. Well worth contesting specially if it's over £100
#18
bob_regis
davedelaney1978
Got this deal a couple of months ago but it was an LG, can't say about the Samsung but the LG was 720p and only 1 hdmi port. So it might be worth researching which TV it is. Having said that it's pretty good and is in my kitchen with a now TV box. I also added another free sat box for my bedroom as they wanted £12 a month for multi room. Easy enough to fit your self
Do you mean another Sky Q box or another type of satellite box?


I took out a deal with the free LG box and cashback from Quidco - took the tv package, phone, and the internet. It was all installed just over a week ago, however, they gave me the Sky+HD box instead of the Q one that they are giving to all their new customers now - really wish I had waited a few weeks so that I could have had the Q box instead.
#19
Sophiasky
bob_regis
davedelaney1978
Got this deal a couple of months ago but it was an LG, can't say about the Samsung but the LG was 720p and only 1 hdmi port. So it might be worth researching which TV it is. Having said that it's pretty good and is in my kitchen with a now TV box. I also added another free sat box for my bedroom as they wanted £12 a month for multi room. Easy enough to fit your self
Do you mean another Sky Q box or another type of satellite box?

I took out a deal with the free LG box and cashback from Quidco - took the tv package, phone, and the internet. It was all installed just over a week ago, however, they gave me the Sky+HD box instead of the Q one that they are giving to all their new customers now - really wish I had waited a few weeks so that I could have had the Q box instead.

Sorry, it was supposed to say free LG tv.
#20
Yeh new customers only but there's an installation cost to go on top of that aswell. And the TVs aren't full HD
#21
HankHandsome
I got this deal with Quidco who had it at £110 cashback, but I chose the £100 giftcard instead of the TV.

Funnily enough, I've been in dispute with Quidco about another cashback claim they denied due to it apparently being paid to "another retailer" and, as a result of me threatening court action, they've cleared this sky cashback out of their own funds and it's hitting my account this week :)


​Why the hell did they get worried about court action from you? They're a cash back comparing
#22
BuzzDuraband
I got this package last week (plus movies). At the time there was no offer for a free TV. Do you reckon Sky are likely to budge on it for me? What's the cooling off period once installed? It's been in 5 days.


​it's sky. you haven't got a hope in hell.
#23
Sophiasky
bob_regis
davedelaney1978
Got this deal a couple of months ago but it was an LG, can't say about the Samsung but the LG was 720p and only 1 hdmi port. So it might be worth researching which TV it is. Having said that it's pretty good and is in my kitchen with a now TV box. I also added another free sat box for my bedroom as they wanted £12 a month for multi room. Easy enough to fit your self
Do you mean another Sky Q box or another type of satellite box?
I took out a deal with the free LG box and cashback from Quidco - took the tv package, phone, and the internet. It was all installed just over a week ago, however, they gave me the Sky+HD box instead of the Q one that they are giving to all their new customers now - really wish I had waited a few weeks so that I could have had the Q box instead.

Personally speaking I'd rather they gave me the Sky HD box. At least I get to keep it at the end of the contract. From what I understand, the only real benefit of the new Q boxes are they have even more recording feeds? And I guess you can use it as a WiFi repeater for your Sky broadband.

Both of these features would be negligible to me but each to their own.
#24
HellRazer
Sophiasky
bob_regis
davedelaney1978
Got this deal a couple of months ago but it was an LG, can't say about the Samsung but the LG was 720p and only 1 hdmi port. So it might be worth researching which TV it is. Having said that it's pretty good and is in my kitchen with a now TV box. I also added another free sat box for my bedroom as they wanted £12 a month for multi room. Easy enough to fit your self
Do you mean another Sky Q box or another type of satellite box?
I took out a deal with the free LG box and cashback from Quidco - took the tv package, phone, and the internet. It was all installed just over a week ago, however, they gave me the Sky+HD box instead of the Q one that they are giving to all their new customers now - really wish I had waited a few weeks so that I could have had the Q box instead.
Personally speaking I'd rather they gave me the Sky HD box. At least I get to keep it at the end of the contract. From what I understand, the only real benefit of the new Q boxes are they have even more recording feeds? And I guess you can use it as a WiFi repeater for your Sky broadband.
Both of these features would be negligible to me but each to their own.

My contract is for one year, so if I decide that I do not want to be with Sky after that, surely I would have to return the Sky dish and Sky+HD box, etc as well? I've just been sent a box by Virgin Media, and they want me to return their Tivo box, router, remote, etc - say etc, as they are saying all cables - do they mean the white cables going around the room as well that connected to the tv and my modem? Thank you.
1 Like #25
davedelaney1978
Got this deal a couple of months ago but it was an LG, can't say about the Samsung but the LG was 720p and only 1 hdmi port. So it might be worth researching which TV it is. Having said that it's pretty good and is in my kitchen with a now TV box. I also added another free sat box for my bedroom as they wanted £12 a month for multi room. Easy enough to fit your self


Would you mind telling me how to do that? Thanks!!!
1 Like #26
Sophiasky
HellRazer
Sophiasky
bob_regis
davedelaney1978
Got this deal a couple of months ago but it was an LG, can't say about the Samsung but the LG was 720p and only 1 hdmi port. So it might be worth researching which TV it is. Having said that it's pretty good and is in my kitchen with a now TV box. I also added another free sat box for my bedroom as they wanted £12 a month for multi room. Easy enough to fit your self
Do you mean another Sky Q box or another type of satellite box?
I took out a deal with the free LG box and cashback from Quidco - took the tv package, phone, and the internet. It was all installed just over a week ago, however, they gave me the Sky+HD box instead of the Q one that they are giving to all their new customers now - really wish I had waited a few weeks so that I could have had the Q box instead.
Personally speaking I'd rather they gave me the Sky HD box. At least I get to keep it at the end of the contract. From what I understand, the only real benefit of the new Q boxes are they have even more recording feeds? And I guess you can use it as a WiFi repeater for your Sky broadband.
Both of these features would be negligible to me but each to their own.
My contract is for one year, so if I decide that I do not want to be with Sky after that, surely I would have to return the Sky dish and Sky+HD box, etc as well? I've just been sent a box by Virgin Media, and they want me to return their Tivo box, router, remote, etc - say etc, as they are saying all cables - do they mean the white cables going around the room as well that connected to the tv and my modem? Thank you.

You keep everything. The new Sky Q boxes you need to return but you keep the satellite.

Virgin are different, they own all the hardware so you need to return everything once your contract finishes with them.
#27
I was effectively paid £50 to get Sky last March. They had a prepaid Mastercard deal. I got £150 x 2 (deal with a friend).
#28
HellRazer
Sophiasky
bob_regis
davedelaney1978
Got this deal a couple of months ago but it was an LG, can't say about the Samsung but the LG was 720p and only 1 hdmi port. So it might be worth researching which TV it is. Having said that it's pretty good and is in my kitchen with a now TV box. I also added another free sat box for my bedroom as they wanted £12 a month for multi room. Easy enough to fit your self
Do you mean another Sky Q box or another type of satellite box?
I took out a deal with the free LG box and cashback from Quidco - took the tv package, phone, and the internet. It was all installed just over a week ago, however, they gave me the Sky+HD box instead of the Q one that they are giving to all their new customers now - really wish I had waited a few weeks so that I could have had the Q box instead.
Personally speaking I'd rather they gave me the Sky HD box. At least I get to keep it at the end of the contract. From what I understand, the only real benefit of the new Q boxes are they have even more recording feeds? And I guess you can use it as a WiFi repeater for your Sky broadband.
Both of these features would be negligible to me but each to their own.

I bought a Sky HD box for £15 on Gumtree and it was a newer one with WIFI, they really aint worth that much lol.
1 Like #29
rohitmkiller
HankHandsome
I got this deal with Quidco who had it at £110 cashback, but I chose the £100 giftcard instead of the TV.
Funnily enough, I've been in dispute with Quidco about another cashback claim they denied due to it apparently being paid to "another retailer" and, as a result of me threatening court action, they've cleared this sky cashback out of their own funds and it's hitting my account this week :)
​Why the hell did they get worried about court action from you? They're a cash back comparing

Considering the cashback amount I was in dispute over was for "only" £25 quid, it's all a bit of a mystery to me as well but i'm not complaining though - I wasn't expecting it until february at the earliest for one thing, but also I had actually changed my bundle from "Original" to "Box Sets" before I joined so they could have easily just refused it on the grounds that I had broken the T's & C's due to that change.
#30
Sophiasky
HellRazer
Sophiasky
bob_regis
davedelaney1978
Got this deal a couple of months ago but it was an LG, can't say about the Samsung but the LG was 720p and only 1 hdmi port. So it might be worth researching which TV it is. Having said that it's pretty good and is in my kitchen with a now TV box. I also added another free sat box for my bedroom as they wanted £12 a month for multi room. Easy enough to fit your self
Do you mean another Sky Q box or another type of satellite box?
I took out a deal with the free LG box and cashback from Quidco - took the tv package, phone, and the internet. It was all installed just over a week ago, however, they gave me the Sky+HD box instead of the Q one that they are giving to all their new customers now - really wish I had waited a few weeks so that I could have had the Q box instead.
Personally speaking I'd rather they gave me the Sky HD box. At least I get to keep it at the end of the contract. From what I understand, the only real benefit of the new Q boxes are they have even more recording feeds? And I guess you can use it as a WiFi repeater for your Sky broadband.
Both of these features would be negligible to me but each to their own.
My contract is for one year, so if I decide that I do not want to be with Sky after that, surely I would have to return the Sky dish and Sky+HD box, etc as well? I've just been sent a box by Virgin Media, and they want me to return their Tivo box, router, remote, etc - say etc, as they are saying all cables - do they mean the white cables going around the room as well that connected to the tv and my modem? Thank you.

No you don't have to return the cables that go round the room
#31
seabee05
HellRazer
Sophiasky
bob_regis
davedelaney1978
Got this deal a couple of months ago but it was an LG, can't say about the Samsung but the LG was 720p and only 1 hdmi port. So it might be worth researching which TV it is. Having said that it's pretty good and is in my kitchen with a now TV box. I also added another free sat box for my bedroom as they wanted £12 a month for multi room. Easy enough to fit your self
Do you mean another Sky Q box or another type of satellite box?
I took out a deal with the free LG box and cashback from Quidco - took the tv package, phone, and the internet. It was all installed just over a week ago, however, they gave me the Sky+HD box instead of the Q one that they are giving to all their new customers now - really wish I had waited a few weeks so that I could have had the Q box instead.
Personally speaking I'd rather they gave me the Sky HD box. At least I get to keep it at the end of the contract. From what I understand, the only real benefit of the new Q boxes are they have even more recording feeds? And I guess you can use it as a WiFi repeater for your Sky broadband.
Both of these features would be negligible to me but each to their own.
I bought a Sky HD box for £15 on Gumtree and it was a newer one with WIFI, they really aint worth that much lol.

Still a FreeSat box that you won't have to buy at the end of your Sky contract vs. them giving you a Sky Q box and taking it away, however I do appreciate what you're saying... in the grand scheme of things it's pittance, but hey, we're here for a bargain eh..? :)
#32
BigG9262
Sophiasky
HellRazer
Sophiasky
bob_regis
davedelaney1978
Got this deal a couple of months ago but it was an LG, can't say about the Samsung but the LG was 720p and only 1 hdmi port. So it might be worth researching which TV it is. Having said that it's pretty good and is in my kitchen with a now TV box. I also added another free sat box for my bedroom as they wanted £12 a month for multi room. Easy enough to fit your self
Do you mean another Sky Q box or another type of satellite box?
I took out a deal with the free LG box and cashback from Quidco - took the tv package, phone, and the internet. It was all installed just over a week ago, however, they gave me the Sky+HD box instead of the Q one that they are giving to all their new customers now - really wish I had waited a few weeks so that I could have had the Q box instead.
Personally speaking I'd rather they gave me the Sky HD box. At least I get to keep it at the end of the contract. From what I understand, the only real benefit of the new Q boxes are they have even more recording feeds? And I guess you can use it as a WiFi repeater for your Sky broadband.
Both of these features would be negligible to me but each to their own.
My contract is for one year, so if I decide that I do not want to be with Sky after that, surely I would have to return the Sky dish and Sky+HD box, etc as well? I've just been sent a box by Virgin Media, and they want me to return their Tivo box, router, remote, etc - say etc, as they are saying all cables - do they mean the white cables going around the room as well that connected to the tv and my modem? Thank you.
No you don't have to return the cables that go round the room

Does that also mean the white cable that fixes from the box on the wall to the Tivo box? Just wondering, I had quite a lot of leads behind the tv set and can't remember which ones came with the Tivo box - I have a thick scart lead - which I think belongs to Virgin Media and also a gold HD lead - I am sure that I supplied this HD lead but am not 100% sure - do you know what leads were supplied for the Tivo box and tv connection (not including the white one), as I don't want to return the gold HD lead if it is mine? Thank you.
#33
Sophiasky
BigG9262
Sophiasky
HellRazer
Sophiasky
bob_regis
davedelaney1978
Got this deal a couple of months ago but it was an LG, can't say about the Samsung but the LG was 720p and only 1 hdmi port. So it might be worth researching which TV it is. Having said that it's pretty good and is in my kitchen with a now TV box. I also added another free sat box for my bedroom as they wanted £12 a month for multi room. Easy enough to fit your self
Do you mean another Sky Q box or another type of satellite box?
I took out a deal with the free LG box and cashback from Quidco - took the tv package, phone, and the internet. It was all installed just over a week ago, however, they gave me the Sky+HD box instead of the Q one that they are giving to all their new customers now - really wish I had waited a few weeks so that I could have had the Q box instead.
Personally speaking I'd rather they gave me the Sky HD box. At least I get to keep it at the end of the contract. From what I understand, the only real benefit of the new Q boxes are they have even more recording feeds? And I guess you can use it as a WiFi repeater for your Sky broadband.
Both of these features would be negligible to me but each to their own.
My contract is for one year, so if I decide that I do not want to be with Sky after that, surely I would have to return the Sky dish and Sky+HD box, etc as well? I've just been sent a box by Virgin Media, and they want me to return their Tivo box, router, remote, etc - say etc, as they are saying all cables - do they mean the white cables going around the room as well that connected to the tv and my modem? Thank you.
No you don't have to return the cables that go round the room
Does that also mean the white cable that fixes from the box on the wall to the Tivo box? Just wondering, I had quite a lot of leads behind the tv set and can't remember which ones came with the Tivo box - I have a thick scart lead - which I think belongs to Virgin Media and also a gold HD lead - I am sure that I supplied this HD lead but am not 100% sure - do you know what leads were supplied for the Tivo box and tv connection (not including the white one), as I don't want to return the gold HD lead if it is mine? Thank you.

I'm not sure which leads come with it but I doubt if any leads would get re-used,definitely keep your HD lead,I have a couple of mates who work as techs with VM and as long as they get the boxes back I don't think they'll bother.
#34
BigG9262
Sophiasky
BigG9262
Sophiasky
HellRazer
Sophiasky
bob_regis
davedelaney1978
Got this deal a couple of months ago but it was an LG, can't say about the Samsung but the LG was 720p and only 1 hdmi port. So it might be worth researching which TV it is. Having said that it's pretty good and is in my kitchen with a now TV box. I also added another free sat box for my bedroom as they wanted £12 a month for multi room. Easy enough to fit your self
Do you mean another Sky Q box or another type of satellite box?
I took out a deal with the free LG box and cashback from Quidco - took the tv package, phone, and the internet. It was all installed just over a week ago, however, they gave me the Sky+HD box instead of the Q one that they are giving to all their new customers now - really wish I had waited a few weeks so that I could have had the Q box instead.
Personally speaking I'd rather they gave me the Sky HD box. At least I get to keep it at the end of the contract. From what I understand, the only real benefit of the new Q boxes are they have even more recording feeds? And I guess you can use it as a WiFi repeater for your Sky broadband.
Both of these features would be negligible to me but each to their own.
My contract is for one year, so if I decide that I do not want to be with Sky after that, surely I would have to return the Sky dish and Sky+HD box, etc as well? I've just been sent a box by Virgin Media, and they want me to return their Tivo box, router, remote, etc - say etc, as they are saying all cables - do they mean the white cables going around the room as well that connected to the tv and my modem? Thank you.
No you don't have to return the cables that go round the room
Does that also mean the white cable that fixes from the box on the wall to the Tivo box? Just wondering, I had quite a lot of leads behind the tv set and can't remember which ones came with the Tivo box - I have a thick scart lead - which I think belongs to Virgin Media and also a gold HD lead - I am sure that I supplied this HD lead but am not 100% sure - do you know what leads were supplied for the Tivo box and tv connection (not including the white one), as I don't want to return the gold HD lead if it is mine? Thank you.
I'm not sure which leads come with it but I doubt if any leads would get re-used,definitely keep your HD lead,I have a couple of mates who work as techs with VM and as long as they get the boxes back I don't think they'll bother.

Thank you for replying.
1 Like #35
HankHandsome
I got this deal with Quidco who had it at £110 cashback, but I chose the £100 giftcard instead of the TV.
Funnily enough, I've been in dispute with Quidco about another cashback claim they denied due to it apparently being paid to "another retailer" and, as a result of me threatening court action, they've cleared this sky cashback out of their own funds and it's hitting my account this week :)

Is court action even a viable threat? Don't their T&C's cover them and basically waive all liability? Just wandering
1 Like #36
Also worth noting that the whole Sky Q Fluid Viewing experience on tablets is only possible with a Multiscreen subscription
#37
derp1664
HankHandsome
I got this deal with Quidco who had it at £110 cashback, but I chose the £100 giftcard instead of the TV.
Funnily enough, I've been in dispute with Quidco about another cashback claim they denied due to it apparently being paid to "another retailer" and, as a result of me threatening court action, they've cleared this sky cashback out of their own funds and it's hitting my account this week :)
Is court action even a viable threat? Don't their T&C's cover them and basically waive all liability? Just wandering

i suppose i'm probably happy i didn't have to push through with it and find out :)

Their t's & c's are certainly exhaustive but i think a small claims action could potentially have done something as it could have at least forced them to reveal who the "other retailer" was who was paid the cashback.
#38
HankHandsome
derp1664
HankHandsome
I got this deal with Quidco who had it at £110 cashback, but I chose the £100 giftcard instead of the TV.
Funnily enough, I've been in dispute with Quidco about another cashback claim they denied due to it apparently being paid to "another retailer" and, as a result of me threatening court action, they've cleared this sky cashback out of their own funds and it's hitting my account this week :)
Is court action even a viable threat? Don't their T&C's cover them and basically waive all liability? Just wandering
i suppose i'm probably happy i didn't have to push through with it and find out :)
Their t's & c's are certainly exhaustive but i think a small claims action could potentially have done something as it could have at least forced them to reveal who the "other retailer" was who was paid the cashback.

Yeah true that makes sense. Glad you got it sorted
#39
BuzzDuraband
I got this package last week (plus movies). At the time there was no offer for a free TV. Do you reckon Sky are likely to budge on it for me? What's the cooling off period once installed? It's been in 5 days.

14 days, just ring up and say I want the TV banging in or I am off.

Although they will probably say OK and never send it.
1 Like #40
If you are curious which Samsung TV they are offering....HE460 – HG32EE460SK TV

Brand & Model:

Samsung HE460 – HG32EE460SK
Screen type: LED
Display size: 32 inch
Display Format: 720p
Image Aspect Ratio 16:9
Resolution: 1366×768
TV Tuner: 1x analogue, 1x digital
Video Interface: Composite, HDMI
Connections & Ports:

CI / Component / HDMI / RF Connector / SCART / USB / VGA / Jack 3.5mm
HDMI: Ports 1
Connect & Share
Dimensions:

Width: 74.54 cm
Height: 44.22 cm
Depth: 6.9 cm
Weight: 4 kg
Energy Class: Class A+

Im not a sob - but that is a RUBBISH TV, would have been great circa 2008 - this offer genuinely isn't worth it - original sky is no better than Freeview. The TV specs aren't worth the £129.75... Just my view.

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