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Sky Sports Month Pass reduced to £25.00 on Now TV

£25.00 @ NOW TV
EDIT - Offer no longer available (12/9) Just spotted the Sky Sports Month Pass on Now TV is on offer for £25 (down from the normal £34). Lots of brilliant sport coming up on Sky Sports including… Read More
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10m, 1w agoFound 10 months, 1 week ago
EDIT - Offer no longer available (12/9)

Just spotted the Sky Sports Month Pass on Now TV is on offer for £25 (down from the normal £34).

Lots of brilliant sport coming up on Sky Sports including the Ryder Cup, NFL, some big EPL games, live International Football, Rugby Championship, F1 (Singapore and Japan only live on Sky Sports F1) and loads more. A good month to have it!

Remember to cancel or it will revert to the normal price after the first month.
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#1
Watched the Manchester derby on an Amazon Fire stick at friends house perfect picture but alas go to have high speed broadband it cost him £30 a bargain gets sky sports sky movies bt sport etc
#2
Link takes you to a dead page and price still seems £33.99. Do you have more details as this would be a good deal.
#3
There are lost of ways to watch all these things for free....without lining the pockets of the scum that is Rupert Murdoch.....
1 Like #4
LOUGHBORO GUY
Watched the Manchester derby on an Amazon Fire stick at friends house perfect picture but alas go to have high speed broadband it cost him £30 a bargain gets sky sports sky movies bt sport etc


Hmm that sounds like something to do with dodgy streaming and stealing content at that price? Would rather pay my own way.
#5
tonymk
Link takes you to a dead page and price still seems £33.99. Do you have more details as this would be a good deal.


Yes, the link that HUKD adds has broken it. Just go to the Now TV site, choose TV Passes from the menu and then Sports. It should show up.
#6
jcluk
LOUGHBORO GUY
Watched the Manchester derby on an Amazon Fire stick at friends house perfect picture but alas go to have high speed broadband it cost him £30 a bargain gets sky sports sky movies bt sport etc
Hmm that sounds like something to do with dodgy streaming and stealing content at that price? Would rather pay my own way.
Yes man down his road selling them but on eBay too
1 Like #7
LOUGHBORO GUY
jcluk
LOUGHBORO GUY
Watched the Manchester derby on an Amazon Fire stick at friends house perfect picture but alas go to have high speed broadband it cost him £30 a bargain gets sky sports sky movies bt sport etc
Hmm that sounds like something to do with dodgy streaming and stealing content at that price? Would rather pay my own way.
Yes man down his road selling them but on eBay too


As I said, well dodgy and stealing content. Should just pay your own way rather thieving it.
#8
jcluk
LOUGHBORO GUY
jcluk
LOUGHBORO GUY
Watched the Manchester derby on an Amazon Fire stick at friends house perfect picture but alas go to have high speed broadband it cost him £30 a bargain gets sky sports sky movies bt sport etc
Hmm that sounds like something to do with dodgy streaming and stealing content at that price? Would rather pay my own way.
Yes man down his road selling them but on eBay too
As I said, well dodgy and stealing content. Should just pay your own way rather thieving it.

What are you a cop ?
#9
I just thought it saves money buying sky when you can get it for one off payment for around £30 on eBay
1 Like #10
All about honesty and integrity for me. I won't nick a bottle of wine from Tesco and similarly won't illegally stream content that should be paid for.

That said I think price of live football is a scandal, but I tend to use Now TV passes when I really want to see a game
#11
dairooney
All about honesty and integrity for me. I won't nick a bottle of wine from Tesco and similarly won't illegally stream content that should be paid for.
That said I think price of live football is a scandal, but I tend to use Now TV passes when I really want to see a game

charging people money to watch amateur sports is legal??
Take Gaelic football for example. The players are not paid. If the players don't earn money from the sport then why should Rupert Murdoch.
1 Like #12
kotr
dairooney
All about honesty and integrity for me. I won't nick a bottle of wine from Tesco and similarly won't illegally stream content that should be paid for.
That said I think price of live football is a scandal, but I tend to use Now TV passes when I really want to see a game
charging people money to watch amateur sports is legal??
Take Gaelic football for example. The players are not paid. If the players don't earn money from the sport then why should Rupert Murdoch.

Don't know a lot about Gaelic football, but I would guess the governing body or league have sold the rights? Are the players totally unpaid? No expenses etc?
1 Like #13
kotr
dairooney
All about honesty and integrity for me. I won't nick a bottle of wine from Tesco and similarly won't illegally stream content that should be paid for.
That said I think price of live football is a scandal, but I tend to use Now TV passes when I really want to see a game
charging people money to watch amateur sports is legal??
Take Gaelic football for example. The players are not paid. If the players don't earn money from the sport then why should Rupert Murdoch.

This money must be going somewhere in your sport. If everyone free streams, then what?
http://www.newstalk.com/The-GAA-face-to-lose-an-eight-figure-sum-if-Sky-Sports-lose-their-broadcast-rights
#14
LOUGHBORO GUY
I just thought it saves money buying sky when you can get it for one off payment for around £30 on eBay


It's stealing content though. No different in my view from walking into a shop and taking stuff without paying. As Dairooney says it's a matter of integrity. Personally I would rather pay for what I want to watch in a legit way rather than dodgy streams.
1 Like #15
jymufc
jcluk
LOUGHBORO GUY
jcluk
LOUGHBORO GUY
Watched the Manchester derby on an Amazon Fire stick at friends house perfect picture but alas go to have high speed broadband it cost him £30 a bargain gets sky sports sky movies bt sport etc
Hmm that sounds like something to do with dodgy streaming and stealing content at that price? Would rather pay my own way.
Yes man down his road selling them but on eBay too
As I said, well dodgy and stealing content. Should just pay your own way rather thieving it.

What are you a cop ?


Haha, no. Just someone who doesn't believe stealing is a good thing to do.
#16
Legalities aside, the code doesn't work.
#17
Topov81
Legalities aside, the code doesn't work.


It's not a code. The offer is just advertised on the Now TV site.

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