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1 Month Now TV Sky Sports Month Pass £16.99 For Both New & Existing Customers / Possible £8.50 Via Amex Offer @ NowTV

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Refreshed 24th Sep (Posted 19th Sep)
For this offer, hit "Get Deal" then scroll down and you should see it on the left hand side on desktop - If the deal doesn't show up for you CLICK HERE

Brill offer for one month, which is available for both New & Existing customers. The offer should be on until the 30th of September. It also states "You can only have one Sky Sports Pass in your account at any one time" so you'll not be able to stack it up.

As well as this deal there is also an Amex statement credit offer that gives 50% back as seen HERE So you might be able to get it at £8.50 once you'd done that. - Thanks Chanchi32 for posting that offer

Full T&Cs below - I've highlighted some key parts, including the renewal cost if you don't cancel


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£16.99 Sky Sports Month Pass offer: Voucher code entitles recipient to a Sky Sports Month Pass for £16.99 (standard price currently £33.99). Available to new and existing NOW TV customers without a Sky Sports Pass only. Offer price only valid for one month. Once your offer period ends your Sky Sports Month Pass will automatically renew at £33.99 a month unless cancelled. Cancel anytime. You must redeem your voucher by 23.59 on 30 September 2019 to qualify for this offer. Not available to NOW TV Combo customers. You can only have one Sky Sports Pass in your account at any one time. This offer is not available with any other offers. One offer per customer. See nowtv.com for list of compatible devices. Red button and interactive services are unavailable. All live scheduling may be subject to change.
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If you’re an F1 fan (or a occasional watcher), buy it this weekend and you’ll get 3 GPs (Singapore, Russia and Japan)
Edited by: "Dr-Rjinswand" 19th Sep
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I might be missing something but the link goes through to a page with 8 sports boxes. No code or offer...

Is there a voucher code as suggested in the T&Cs?
No code
rkjp19/09/2019 14:37

I might be missing something but the link goes through to a page with 8 …I might be missing something but the link goes through to a page with 8 sports boxes. No code or offer...Is there a voucher code as suggested in the T&Cs?



nowtv.com/offers

Just found it via their offers page
rkjp19/09/2019 14:43

https://www.nowtv.com/offersJust found it via their offers page


Good call, it seems on different browsers it links to different places. The link you posted shows on all here, so added that in. Thank you
Links works for me and it's the best price I've seen for month of sport this year, heat added.

If anybody is still have problems the link below should take you direct to the offer.

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Brill offer for one month, which is available for both New & Existing customers. The offer should be on until the 30th of September. It also states "You can only have one Sky Sports Pass in your account at any one time" so you'll not be able to stack it up.

These month passes can't be stacked, but for those who are wondering it is possible to have more than one Sky Sports Pass (of different types) in your account at any one time, I've had a Sky Sports Month pass running concurrently with a Sky Sports Mobile Pass, with a Sky Sports day pass (which came preloaded on a Now TV stick) also waiting to be redeemed in my account.
I *think* the Amex offer was for spend over ~£25... (no idea if that's cumulative spend either)

*edit* - woops, my bad (corrected two posts down)
Edited by: "LV123" 19th Sep
If you’re an F1 fan (or a occasional watcher), buy it this weekend and you’ll get 3 GPs (Singapore, Russia and Japan)
Edited by: "Dr-Rjinswand" 19th Sep
LV12319/09/2019 16:07

I *think* the Amex offer was for spend over ~£25... (no idea if that's …I *think* the Amex offer was for spend over ~£25... (no idea if that's cumulative spend either)


"New Amex statement credit offer, giving 50% back on spend at Now TV up to a maximum of £25"

Should be fine, as it's on a spend of up to £25
Edited by: "NeoTrix" 19th Sep
I do think that's strange that the offers page cannot be accessed once you are logged in to your account.

Also it seems cheaper to buy the cheap 1 week passes from the likes of CDKEYS or Gamivo for ex.
Edited by: "Kulaak" 19th Sep
Good deal, esp for new accounts as can get £4 tcb but no one gives a toss about cashback anymore on this site so
I had a pass that runs out on the 8th October and successfully applied this voucher for another month - nice one op
Fantastic deal thank you!
I had a 3 month entertainment pass at start of the year, expected my access to cut out after but instead 3 months after it ended found i was being charged monthly, just something to check if you do take one.
disco201219/09/2019 16:43

I had a 3 month entertainment pass at start of the year, expected my …I had a 3 month entertainment pass at start of the year, expected my access to cut out after but instead 3 months after it ended found i was being charged monthly, just something to check if you do take one.



Yes, you need to cancel this deal before the 30 days are up otherwise you will be charged £33.99 per month on a rolling contract for additions months. These days I cancel straight away (you will still get the full month of Sport) to avoid this happening. I did forget once, but when I explained that I didn't want and had not used the pass Now TV/Sky refunded my payment.
Kulaak19/09/2019 16:20

I do think that's strange that the offers page cannot be accessed once you …I do think that's strange that the offers page cannot be accessed once you are logged in to your account.Also it seems cheaper to buy the cheap 1 week passes from the likes of CDKEYS or Gamivo for ex.



The CDKEYS/Gamivo sports week passes are supposed to be one per account, although others who have encounted this have got around it by changing their payments deals for their Now TV accounts. As somebody who has just one credit card this wouldn't be an option me, and surely everybody is going to run out of credit cards numbers to use eventually.
bitm200719/09/2019 18:22

The CDKEYS/Gamivo sports week passes are supposed to be one per account, …The CDKEYS/Gamivo sports week passes are supposed to be one per account, although others who have encounted this have got around it by changing their payments deals for their Now TV accounts. As somebody who has just one credit card this wouldn't be an option me, and surely everybody is going to run out of credit cards numbers to use eventually.


Nah you can use virtual cards ad infinitum, the week pass is a much better deal.
Aaargh20/09/2019 00:38

Nah you can use virtual cards ad infinitum, the week pass is a much …Nah you can use virtual cards ad infinitum, the week pass is a much better deal.


How do I get started with virtual credit cards. Isn’t there a charge for using them ?
When are they going to start sorting out their streaming quality? Compare it to some dodgy streams it’s mental
I've been using the cheap weekly passes. I've been adding them on no problem.
disco201219/09/2019 16:43

I had a 3 month entertainment pass at start of the year, expected my …I had a 3 month entertainment pass at start of the year, expected my access to cut out after but instead 3 months after it ended found i was being charged monthly, just something to check if you do take one.


It's amazing some people aren't willing to put in the small amount of effort to understand how this system works it says they renew all over the web page and emails . Best all round since people who have money to waste on 18 month contracts subsidise the Netflix generation
NeoTrix19/09/2019 16:14

"New Amex statement credit offer, giving 50% back on spend at Now TV up to …"New Amex statement credit offer, giving 50% back on spend at Now TV up to a maximum of £25"Should be fine, as it's on a spend of up to £25


It's for spend up to £50!
£25 is the maximum amount of cashback.
There's no minimum spend
Its a shame the 2 for 1 offers aren't available to existing customers :-(
lord_trumpington20/09/2019 11:23

Its a shame the 2 for 1 offers aren't available to existing customers :-(



If you've got a current pass you will probably be offered as good, if not better deals than 2 for 1 (50% off) when you cancel.

For entertainment passes it's normally in the region of £2 to £3 a month, and for Sport it was £16.99 for a month when I cancelled a month pass.
bitm200720/09/2019 14:28

If you've got a current pass you will probably be offered as good, if not …If you've got a current pass you will probably be offered as good, if not better deals than 2 for 1 (50% off) when you cancel.For entertainment passes it's normally in the region of £2 to £3 a month, and for Sport it was £16.99 for a month when I cancelled a month pass.


I was after a movies pass. Already on entertainment and nothing much on the sports channels that appeals over the next month
Are the sports channels in HD? Virgin media offered me all sky sports channels at £15 month but in standard definition
efc_4ever20/09/2019 15:22

Are the sports channels in HD? Virgin media offered me all sky sports …Are the sports channels in HD? Virgin media offered me all sky sports channels at £15 month but in standard definition


Quality of Sky SPorts NowTv is terrible (not HD) and if streaming through Chromecast, it has awful lag (even when you’ve turned off all the digital assists on the TV).
rkjp20/09/2019 15:33

Quality of Sky SPorts NowTv is terrible (not HD) and if streaming through …Quality of Sky SPorts NowTv is terrible (not HD) and if streaming through Chromecast, it has awful lag (even when you’ve turned off all the digital assists on the TV).


Cheers. That's my my mind up
Does Now carry the Red Button games?
rkjp20/09/2019 15:33

Quality of Sky SPorts NowTv is terrible (not HD) and if streaming through …Quality of Sky SPorts NowTv is terrible (not HD) and if streaming through Chromecast, it has awful lag (even when you’ve turned off all the digital assists on the TV).


Have you tried watching via a Now TV stick or box ? I didn't have any issues with lag with either of those or the Now TV App I'm currently using that is built into my TV. It isn't HD as you say, but this isn't an issue for me on a 32 inch TV, but I can see how it could be on larger screens.
bitm200720/09/2019 15:51

Have you tried watching via a Now TV stick or box ? I didn't have any …Have you tried watching via a Now TV stick or box ? I didn't have any issues with lag with either of those or the Now TV App I'm currently using that is built into my TV. It isn't HD as you say, but this isn't an issue for me on a 32 inch TV, but I can see how it could be on larger screens.


I have a now TV box in another room, but not as convenient as chromecast. I will dig it out for the next footy match but on 50’ TV, the picture still isn’t as good as Netflix, Amazon Prime, Sky SD, Sky HD, etc etc. Of all the streaming apps/services, it’s the worst picture (by a long way).
lord_trumpington20/09/2019 14:37

I was after a movies pass. Already on entertainment and nothing much on …I was after a movies pass. Already on entertainment and nothing much on the sports channels that appeals over the next month



I havn't seen any decent offers for movies recently, but if you've already got them then you will probably get a decent option if you cancel (if not you can just click to keep them and try again at a later date)
rkjp20/09/2019 15:54

I have a now TV box in another room, but not as convenient as chromecast. …I have a now TV box in another room, but not as convenient as chromecast. I will dig it out for the next footy match but on 50’ TV, the picture still isn’t as good as Netflix, Amazon Prime, Sky SD, Sky HD, etc etc. Of all the streaming apps/services, it’s the worst picture (by a long way).



Worth a try, but even if it works Now TV probably isn't the option for you until it goes to full HD (it's been promised for years but never happens).
Kulaak19/09/2019 16:20

I do think thats strange that the offers page cannot be accessed once you …I do think thats strange that the offers page cannot be accessed once you are logged in to your account.


They don't like you finding the cheap deals. They hope people just forget and fall into paying full price without noticing.

I've raised the lack of direct access to the offers page on their live chat. You just get nothing answers. It's pretty obvious why they do it. Just make sure you don't fall into full price auto-renew by mistake. You also don't get any emails or anything to prompt you towards the end of a deal. It's all designed to try and fleece you though user-laziness.

As soon as I have to pay more than £20 a month for sports on this, it's going in the bin. Managed to keep it running about a year so far. It's not worth any more than that as it's only 720p, you can't record, no red button access. Sky "lite" effectively.

Side note - I'm in the last month of a previous offer on sports. And I added this for an additional month just fine. All their packages work this way. You can only add a new voucher/deal if you're within 30 days of the previous one ending. So you can "stack". Sort of. As long as you're in the last 30 days of your current one ...
bitm200720/09/2019 15:56

I havn't seen any decent offers for movies recently, but if you've already …I havn't seen any decent offers for movies recently, but if you've already got them then you will probably get a decent option if you cancel (if not you can just click to keep them and try again at a later date)


They are doing a 7 day free trial at the mo. Available if you have not signed up to Sky movies recently. It's all on your NowTV box
Just get the weekly passes. They're now consistently available on a weekly basis for aprox £2.70. Wait til Friday & they go down. I've been adding them for months. Works out cheaper & you can leave it if there's nothing on that you fancy watching.
bitm200720/09/2019 15:58

Worth a try, but even if it works Now TV probably isn't the option for you …Worth a try, but even if it works Now TV probably isn't the option for you until it goes to full HD (it's been promised for years but never happens).



and if that is cancelled before the 7 days is up and you state can't afford it as the reason, you are likely to be offered a cut price deal to stay.
Rai_Devita20/09/2019 18:49

Just get the weekly passes. They're now consistently available on a weekly …Just get the weekly passes. They're now consistently available on a weekly basis for aprox £2.70. Wait til Friday & they go down. I've been adding them for months. Works out cheaper & you can leave it if there's nothing on that you fancy watching.


Where do you get the weekly passes for £2.70 as on eBay the completed items are averaging £7 ?! Thanks
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