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Sky introduce a friend.
Each friend you introduce to Sky TV you get £100 pre paid mastercard and so does your friend, every third person you introduce you will get a £300 bonus on a pre paid master card so £600 for 3 referrals. (£1200 for 6)
Offer valid until 25th June 2015

(DO NOT POST OR ASK FOR REFERRALS)
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#1
£100 Prepaid MasterCard® can be used wherever MasterCard® is accepted. Further terms apply.

Existing Customer: Your friend must live at a different UK address to you. We will invite you to select your £100 Prepaid Mastercard® once we receive your friend’s first subscription payment and you will have 90 days before the right to your reward expires. We will send you your £100 card within 45 days of your reward selection, as long as you are still with Sky.
A bonus £300 will be rewarded for every 3 successful introductions to Sky TV. We will notify you via email as soon as all 3 friends join Sky TV. The bonus reward will be automatically sent to you within 15 days of your 3rd friends’ first bill payment. Offer not for Sky group employees or commercial use. Not available with any other offers. Offer ends 25 June 2015
#2
New Customer: Offer available online or by calling the UK call centre on 08442 410 101. Your friend must live at a different UK address to you. You will select your £100 Prepaid Mastercard® when you join Sky TV. You must claim your reward online at sky.com/claim within 90 days of your service being activated. Offer not for Sky group employees or commercial use. Not available with any other offers.
#3
Although it would generally be better for the 'friend' to sign up themselves via TopCashback or Quidco.
#4
As happymanuk says, its better for an individual to sign up through TCB or quidco. I don't feel like profiteering from friends.
#5
"not available with any other offers" so they won't get ant sign up offer, half price offer or not, they will probably be the only new customer paying full price from day one!
#6
col11
"not available with any other offers" so they won't get ant sign up offer, half price offer or not, they will probably be the only new customer paying full price from day one!
EXACTLY! !!
#7
col11
"not available with any other offers" so they won't get ant sign up offer, half price offer or not, they will probably be the only new customer paying full price from day one!

Actually you can still get the half price offers.
#8
You can still get all the offers that are on the Sky website, half price, free broadband etc, your friend gets £100 too and you receive it much quicker than you would bia topcashback.
#9
Everything to do with sky is cold. They are nothing but a money making conglomerate ripping off the general public and pubs and clubs showing repeat after repeat. How many time do you need to watch star trek the next generation etc etc. Best thing I did was ditch them 12 months ago after wasting money on their services for over 20 years. I haven't missed it one bit. Bought a cheap youview HD freeview recorder and happy putting £30 a month that I was wasting on sky into a savings account for christmas prezzies.

My advice is do the same. You don't need it and by the time you have the hard drive up to 50% storage left you will realise you haven't got the time to watch your recorded programmes.

It seems sky are doing anything to get you back and sign up new customers when in reality they should be giving a competitive servcie in the first place to their present customers.
#10
I had to 'introduce' my Lawyer to Sky as they kept putting up obstacles when after over 20 years, I decided to leave. As Smartguy1 says, "You don't need it".
#11
cherry345t
I had to 'introduce' my Lawyer to Sky as they kept putting up obstacles when after over 20 years, I decided to leave. As Smartguy1 says, "You don't need it".

Like it. You soon get used to not having it. Eventually a lot of the feature series end up on terrestrial tv anyway. I think the biggest lie they told me when I left was that eventually all programmes will move over to sky in that all primetime shows will move onto a sky channel. Let's hope that doesn't happen because if it does looks like I will have to learn a foreign language and re-tune my redundant sky dish to the Hot Bird satellite.
#12
Smartguy1
cherry345t
I had to 'introduce' my Lawyer to Sky as they kept putting up obstacles when after over 20 years, I decided to leave. As Smartguy1 says, "You don't need it".

Like it. You soon get used to not having it. Eventually a lot of the feature series end up on terrestrial tv anyway. I think the biggest lie they told me when I left was that eventually all programmes will move over to sky in that all primetime shows will move onto a sky channel. Let's hope that doesn't happen because if it does looks like I will have to learn a foreign language and re-tune my redundant sky dish to the Hot Bird satellite.


Or stream it straight from the who's provider... If only that would actually happen one day.
#13
Shows. Not who's. Can't edit on app

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