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This clubcard deal will be coming soon. I found this by accident when trying to find out about the iTunes deals coming soon.

About this reward
You’ll receive a Sky Multi-room subscription for 12 months and a Sky+HD box when you join or upgrade to Sky+HD and redeem £60 of Clubcard vouchers before 31st of December 2010. £30 Set-up fee applies to new customers. Existing Sky customers receive free standard setup.*

Wouldn’t it be great if you could settle down with a film while everyone else enjoys the game?

Sky Multiroom enables you to watch two Sky TV channels at the same time in different rooms of the house, meaning the whole family can enjoy the Sky programmes they love.

How this reward works…

This reward is “buy in full” – simply exchange your Clubcard vouchers to buy this reward in full.

1. Choose how much in Clubcard vouchers you’d like to exchange, on the right, and then click ‘add to basket’.

- any change from your vouchers will be credited to your Clubcard Account.

2. We’ll email you a Sky (Unique Reference Number) URN to your Tesco.com email address within 24 hours.

- To ensure that your Tesco emails get to your inbox, please add [email protected] to your email Address Book or Safe List.

3. Call Sky on 0844 2410 555 to order your free Sky+HD box and arrange your professional set-up. You’ll need to quote your URN from Tesco email.

Enjoy!

Things to remember…

• Clubcard vouchers are not accepted by suppliers; you must exchange them for rewards tokens.

• Reward tokens are not transferable and will be issued with the name shown on your Clubcard vouchers and may be printed with your postcode.

• Terms and conditions apply, please see the bottom of the page.
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#1
This reward is “buy in full” – simply exchange your Clubcard vouchers to buy this reward in full.

No thanks!
#2
Hot but your link goes to iTunes...I think you meant this....

£60 SKY Multiroom Tesco Voucher
#3
ukmonkey
This reward is “buy in full” – simply exchange your Clubcard vouchers to buy this reward in full.No thanks!

Yes £60 in clubcard vouchers. I don't understand your problem. If you were upgrading normally it would cost £60 for set up and then £20 a month. So thats £300 in real money compared to £60 in free money.
#4
This reward is “buy in full” – simply exchange your Clubcard vouchers to buy this reward in full.

No thanks!


I don't see whats wrong with "buy in full" I have used these "buy in full" vouchers for magazine subscriptions, RAC membership etc. It just saves you from having to buy lots of £10 vouchers to use on car servicing or days out at sealife etc.

If you have a valid reason can you please explain why you think this is bad, otherwise you may be giving others the wrong impression about this deal.
#5
nossa
Hot but your link goes to iTunes...I think you meant this....£60 SKY Multiroom Tesco Voucher

For some reason the iTunes link on the site takes you to the Sky deal which I have posted. The other link for some reason doesn't show enough detail.


Edited By: noeasywayout on Oct 20, 2010 23:03: none
#6
noeasywayout - Oct 20, 2010 22:59


lol...beat me too it by 1 min he he :D
#7
noeasywayout
nossa
Hot but your link goes to iTunes...I think you meant this....£60 SKY Multiroom Tesco Voucher


For some reason the iTunes link on the site takes you to the Sky deal which I have posted. The other link for some reason doesn't show enough detail.



Agreed, I think the proper Sky link is the one I posted in my reply but yours has more detail. I think this is a Tesco error that will be corrected when the deal is live.
#8
I would say every May-June there is a 3-7day period where SkyHD Cashback without their broadband, hits £130 and has reportedly been £160 before.

It's a very narrow window of opportunity but those not in a rush and patient should wait and is what I'll be doing in 2011.
#9
schizoboy
I would say every May-June there is a 3-7day period where SkyHD Cashback without their broadband, hits £130 and has reportedly been £160 before.It's a very narrow window of opportunity but those not in a rush and patient should wait and is what I'll be doing in 2011.

Can you explain your post a bit more please?
#10
noeasywayout
ukmonkey
This reward is “buy in full” – simply exchange your Clubcard vouchers to buy this reward in full.No thanks!


Yes £60 in clubcard vouchers. I don't understand your problem. If you were upgrading normally it would cost £60 for set up and then £20 a month. So thats £300 in real money compared to £60 in free money.

Cost for existing customers at the mo is Free hd box + free installation if you take multiroom and HD pack.
For the Tesco deal you still have to pay for the HD sub. So by my working out that's £120 of multiroom for £60 of vouchers.

I could be very wrong though.
#11
No that's my way of thinking your only getting 2x value so not a great deal in my eyes
#12
ms01ma
No that's my way of thinking your only getting 2x value so not a great deal in my eyes

Its only a free HD box if you you pay the £10 a month for the HD pack. So thats £20 a month with the multiroom also. Plus you have to pay £60 installation. So it more like 4.5x value.
#13
Ah wait the installation is free if you take out multi room and hd pack. But that would still be £240 over the year, So your still getting 4x value which is pretty good.
#14
Well you've all lost me????
#15
lol ive totaly lost the plot on the deal
#16
Seems good to me.
#17
shame got only £40 worth of vouchers need £20 more
#18
We cancelled our sky+ about 16 months ago, but would like to rejoin if right offer comes up.
Would we qualify for this offer? I don't fully understand deal






Edited By: charlie brown on Oct 21, 2010 11:50: .
#19
it seems i would have to spend £3000 to have £60 worth vouchers :-(
#20
Yes in theory but you get 1000 points for a phone contract , there is regualry 500 to 1000 points for spending 50 quid on direct, ive got 36000 points this year and there is no way I've spent 180,000
#21
Yes in theory but you get 1000 points for a phone contract , there is regualry 500 to 1000 points for spending 50 quid on direct, ive got 36000 points this year and there is no way I've spent 180,000
#22
I reckon you will pay the £10 per month HD sub, so it is only £120 value....
#23
They are just a few examples, the credit card is also good if you pay in full each month
#24
Darren999 that was my thinking as well
#25
What's the itunes deal? £25 card for £6.25?????
#26
Johnboy_1975
What's the itunes deal? £25 card for £6.25?????


huh?
#27
"General: Your Sky box(es) must be connected to a fixed telephone line for 12 months"

What if I dont have a phone line in the second room..?
#28
That's what puts me off. Had Sky for 8 years and after first 12 months removed the phone line as it was affecting my broadband speeds. Have DECT phones so only have one phone plugged in to master socket and then 4 handsets running off that.

If I went for Multi-room then it would mean they have to run long phone cables up my stairs to the bedroom which will be a pain and with the amount of calls Sky engineers have to make in a day they tend to do rush jobs really fast to be in and out.

Good deal and I have £75 worth of Tesco vouchers ready to use before their value drops to 3x instead of current 4x in December.
#29
darren999
I reckon you will pay the £10 per month HD sub, so it is only £120 value....

I think so too, but not sure if the HD sub is obligatory
#30
the installer will run a phone line from your bt box to your multi room box
#31
seba99
the installer will run a phone line from your bt box to your multi room box


They'll have a job...!
#32
Think you will only get a free HD box if you upgrade i.e. if you already have HD they will ask for £199 for the box.

I have been onto them about multiroom recently and the box they will give you free is a normal box and then only if you haven't had one previously,I decided to self install (30mt cable and fittings £25-£30 on ebay) then just apply for extra card for other box which I had already (sky+) and pay £10 a month for it.
#33
MrShed
"General: Your Sky box(es) must be connected to a fixed telephone line for 12 months"What if I dont have a phone line in the second room..?

Presuming you have a 'phone line where your existing box is and are over your 12 month contract. You could get the installer to install the cabling in the second room and tell them you're putting your new box in the original room, that should bypass the t&c's.

Ahh, just thinking on it further. You'll be signing upto a new 12 contract, so they'll probably insist on both boxes being connected to 'phone line.

Edited By: LeeIW on Oct 21, 2010 10:58: Afterthought
#34
thriftyshopper
Think you will only get a free HD box if you upgrade i.e. if you already have HD they will ask for £199 for the box.

Hmm. Would be interested to get to the bottom of this issue. I have HD already and a spare HD box plus multi room for £60 in vouchers would be hot!

Edited By: In This on Oct 21, 2010 10:57: Too much quoted
#35
In This
thriftyshopper
Think you will only get a free HD box if you upgrade i.e. if you already have HD they will ask for £199 for the box.


Hmm. Would be interested to get to the bottom of this issue. I have HD already and a spare HD box plus multi room for £60 in vouchers would be hot!

You won't be entitled to another HD box for free. You'd get a standard box.
#36
Not sure how to put quotes from others as new to here,but in reply to In This,I would also like to know because if you can get another HD box this is a fantastic offer.

In regards to phone line issue I have never been queried on it at all and mine has always been unplugged within days of connections in any house,perhaps you could just run an extension cable in to the room required just for connection as it has to be connected for that alone.
2 Likes #37
Lots of IF's in this deal
(i) if you have £60 of vouchers by 9th Dec 2010
(ii) if you don't already have a good use for £240 in tokens value elsewhere planned
(iii) if you actually wanted HD and multiroom
(iv) if you have a strategy as to what you will do after the 12 months
(v) if connecting your HD box to the phone doesn't affect your broadband
(vi) if you couldn't get a better deal for cash with Sky (don't forget cashback sites),in particular if you call to cancel.

If you can tick all the boxes go for it.If not..well

Edited By: whitbyfish on Oct 21, 2010 11:30: typo
#38
Thanks for the heads up.
#39
Don't understand this deal. As a new customer do you get Sky+HD and a standard box for multiroom? And for existing customers you just get an extra Sky+HD box for multi room??
#40
wozwebs
That's what puts me off. Had Sky for 8 years and after first 12 months removed the phone line as it was affecting my broadband speeds. Have DECT phones so only have one phone plugged in to master socket and then 4 handsets running off that.

If I went for Multi-room then it would mean they have to run long phone cables up my stairs to the bedroom which will be a pain and with the amount of calls Sky engineers have to make in a day they tend to do rush jobs really fast to be in and out.


There is a solution to this. What you do is:

1) Tell the engineer not to fix the wire to the wall (if he refuses - which he definitely won't - just say you're getting some plastering done and you'll pin it yourself)
2) Unplug it as soon as he's gone.

Or just tell him to not plug it in. Most are fine with that and know that people will unplug the wire straight away anyway.

That's what I do everytime I sign up for Sky (which is every year - I get a free box each time :D). And it's what all my friends/family do. It's not like Sky are bothered about this, as though they'd threaten you over a telephone connection to the box and risk losing your business (and the business of tons of people who remove the wire) permanently in the long run.

So basically unless you cant be bothered to unplug a wire, coil it up, and throw it in the bin (or store it for later), this is not a valid reason to take the offer imo.

Edited By: rofldinho on Oct 21, 2010 12:00: .

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