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Now TV Box with 3 months Sky Entertainment Pass £15.00 plus 500 Clubcard points (worth £5) @ Tesco Direct

£15.00 @ Tesco Direct
Same deal on the box with 2 months Cinema too but I am going for Entertainment with Game of Thrones S7 in mind! OOS online but seen in a number of stores so looks like a national deal Read More
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Same deal on the box with 2 months Cinema too but I am going for Entertainment with Game of Thrones S7 in mind!

OOS online but seen in a number of stores so looks like a national deal
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Absolutely cracking deal. I use the points and take dates out to pizza express (4x points value - winner), then afterwards back for some Now TV and chill...back of the net.

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18 Likes #1
Absolutely cracking deal. I use the points and take dates out to pizza express (4x points value - winner), then afterwards back for some Now TV and chill...back of the net.
#2
good work jammy im hot to great deal :p
#3
Do these boxes show progs/films in HD?
2 Likes #4
Good work red_devil5!

And thanks for the tip Jammy, the fiancee is in for a treat this weekend!

Edited By: FamousPaul on May 18, 2017 21:25
#5
Great find, Thankyou! Hot from me ;)
#6
its not online?
1 Like #7
Krinkle
Do these boxes show progs/films in HD?

720p streamed by Sky, although the box is capable of 1080p


Edited By: Gordonc1960 on May 18, 2017 22:11
#8
Thanks OP, looking for a few of these, and £80's worth of Pizza Express food for buying £60's worth of boxes/passes - Cheers !
1 Like #9
Also doing boxes with 6 months ents/4 months movies for £25 plus 500 points. Might suit someone not so interested in points, but two of this £15 deal better value if you can use the points.
2 Likes #10
dblake
Also doing boxes with 6 months ents/4 months movies for £25 plus 500 points. Might suit someone not so interested in points, but two of this £15 deal better value if you can use the points.

Aren't the four/six month ones usually about £19.99 when they're on offer anyway. I got one last month at that price at Argos. And they're often available at Tesco for the same price. So with this, you're not really getting anything for free. You're paying extra for being restricted to shopping/using the points in Tesco.
1 Like #11
Twin Peaks: May 21, 2017, ends September 3, 2017 (18 episodes)
Game of Thrones (season 7): July 16, 2017 ends August 27, 2017
Can't catch them both unless you buy two passes/boxes. I'm tempted to buy a second box...
1 Like #12
EQL
Twin Peaks: May 21, 2017, ends September 3, 2017 (18 episodes)
Game of Thrones (season 7): July 16, 2017 ends August 27, 2017
Can't catch them both unless you buy two passes/boxes. I'm tempted to buy a second box...


I bought one because I thought 3 months would be enough for Twin Peaks!
2 Likes #13
EQL
Twin Peaks: May 21, 2017, ends September 3, 2017 (18 episodes)Game of Thrones (season 7): July 16, 2017 ends August 27, 2017
Can't catch them both unless you buy two passes/boxes. I'm tempted to buy a second box...
I did quick calculation. May 21st to Sep 3rd is 106 days. Now TV usually has the episodes for 28 days. So you only need pass for 78 days. So 3 months is enough.

But at this price/offer, good to buy another.
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raj75
EQL
Twin Peaks: May 21, 2017, ends September 3, 2017 (18 episodes)Game of Thrones (season 7): July 16, 2017 ends August 27, 2017
Can't catch them both unless you buy two passes/boxes. I'm tempted to buy a second box...
I did quick calculation. May 21st to Sep 3rd is 106 days. Now TV usually has the episodes for 28 days. So you only need pass for 78 days. So 3 months is enough.
But at this price/offer, good to buy another.
This is good money-saving advice :) I hadn't really thought about how long they'd keep it on catch-up, so we'd need to start our subscriptions about 3 weeks after Twin Peaks starts - so, the 11th June.
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EQL
raj75
EQL
Twin Peaks: May 21, 2017, ends September 3, 2017 (18 episodes)Game of Thrones (season 7): July 16, 2017 ends August 27, 2017
Can't catch them both unless you buy two passes/boxes. I'm tempted to buy a second box...
I did quick calculation. May 21st to Sep 3rd is 106 days. Now TV usually has the episodes for 28 days. So you only need pass for 78 days. So 3 months is enough.
But at this price/offer, good to buy another.
This is good money-saving advice :) I hadn't really thought about how long they'd keep it on catch-up, so we'd need to start our subscriptions about 3 weeks after Twin Peaks starts - so, the 11th June.
That's the idea, but make sure you check after May 21st, how long they keep catch-up.
Sometimes they keep catch-up for 1 week, sometimes for few months.
1 Like #16
EQL
raj75
EQL
Twin Peaks: May 21, 2017, ends September 3, 2017 (18 episodes)Game of Thrones (season 7): July 16, 2017 ends August 27, 2017
Can't catch them both unless you buy two passes/boxes. I'm tempted to buy a second box...
I did quick calculation. May 21st to Sep 3rd is 106 days. Now TV usually has the episodes for 28 days. So you only need pass for 78 days. So 3 months is enough.
But at this price/offer, good to buy another.
This is good money-saving advice :) I hadn't really thought about how long they'd keep it on catch-up, so we'd need to start our subscriptions about 3 weeks after Twin Peaks starts - so, the 11th June.


Oh now I understand the calculation!
But I'm not sure I can wait 3 weeks to start watching twin peaks knowing it's available!
1 Like #18
the points aren't worth £5 :)
1 Like #19
ok time for one of these in here me thinks http://i93.photobucket.com/albums/l43/joeyrama/redsun.gif
#20
JammyMac
Absolutely cracking deal. I use the points and take dates out to pizza express (4x points value - winner), then afterwards back for some Now TV and chill...back of the net.

Jurassic Park! 8)
#21
jans
dblake
Also doing boxes with 6 months ents/4 months movies for £25 plus 500 points. Might suit someone not so interested in points, but two of this £15 deal better value if you can use the points.
Aren't the four/six month ones usually about £19.99 when they're on offer anyway. I got one last month at that price at Argos. And they're often available at Tesco for the same price. So with this, you're not really getting anything for free. You're paying extra for being restricted to shopping/using the points in Tesco.
Yeah, Tesco did the £19.99 bundles until recently as I bought one. This appears to be the best 'deal' around for the moment but I'm sure it'll be back to the £20 mark soon enough. Guess it boils down to how much you like pizza (or the wait for the club card boosts). :)
#22
dblake
jans
dblake
Also doing boxes with 6 months ents/4 months movies for £25 plus 500 points. Might suit someone not so interested in points, but two of this £15 deal better value if you can use the points.
Aren't the four/six month ones usually about £19.99 when they're on offer anyway. I got one last month at that price at Argos. And they're often available at Tesco for the same price. So with this, you're not really getting anything for free. You're paying extra for being restricted to shopping/using the points in Tesco.
Yeah, Tesco did the £19.99 bundles until recently as I bought one. This appears to be the best 'deal' around for the moment but I'm sure it'll be back to the £20 mark soon enough. Guess it boils down to how much you like pizza (or the wait for the club card boosts). :)

They stopped the Clubcard Boost last year in May. So that's no longer an option.
#23
Brilliant. Thank you!!!!!!!!!!!
#24
HOT!
Game of Thrones covered - and a couple of meals out to boot with the points - always told the wife I knew how to treat a date :-)
thanks OP -
1 Like #25
Krinkle
Do these boxes show progs/films in HD?
on demand - yes
live - no
only the Smart box (the one with freeview) streams live ent/cinema channels in HD
1 Like #26
Same price at John Lewis
#27
Sold out on line
#28
Anyone know if this is online only? Or can you get the extra points in store to?
#29
Fantastic deal thanks. Also means I can replace my 2nd NowTV box which is one of the old white ones! The black ones work way better. Not showing sold out for me?
#30
Scratch that- it took the entertainment box out of my basket at check out as it's sold out. Bought 2 of the movie boxes instead as we use both.
#31
Just so you know, you can no longer side load applications like Plex onto these.
#32
Does anyone know if I will be able to see BT Showcase with this ?. Since they changed BT to channel 115 I can't get it. Have re-scanned TV 3 times with no luck. Thank you.
#33
so what happens after the 3 months? do I have to phone up and cancel to prevent a 4th month charge? also does the 3 month free start from when I purchase or when I setup?
#34
chrissafc
so what happens after the 3 months? do I have to phone up and cancel to prevent a 4th month charge? also does the 3 month free start from when I purchase or when I setup?

You just cancel online through your account. The 3 months start from when you activate the code on the website.
#35
calmacuk
chrissafc
so what happens after the 3 months? do I have to phone up and cancel to prevent a 4th month charge? also does the 3 month free start from when I purchase or when I setup?
You just cancel online through your account. The 3 months start from when you activate the code on the website.

cheers

just looking on ebay, folk offering half price monthly sky sports codes which looks tempting but not sure how legit that is
#36
Is there a time limit as to when you can activate the code? OOS at the moment though.
#37
OOS
#38
Entertainment pack is OOS but the CInema pack is still in stock. That 500 clubcard points using the voucher exchange gives us £20 towards Folly Farm! Cheers!!
#39
Is there an expiry date on the passes?
1 Like #40
MitchellT
Just so you know, you can no longer side load applications like Plex onto these.
Well done anticipating my question, have you got this weekend's lotto numbers? I'm not greedy, 5 and the bonus will do. Thanks.

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