BT Black Friday offers. BT Sports HD + Includes Reward Card and **£50 cheque cashback** or £75 TCB
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BT Black Friday offers. BT Sports HD + Includes Reward Card and **£50 cheque cashback** or £75 TCB

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Found 17th Nov 2017Edited by:"Sonic_18"
BT's black Friday offers which is £29.99 for 18 months and a £9.99 upfront fees. You only get the £50 cashback if you go through cable.co.uk's link, which I have provided.

You also get BT Sports free included. Works out at £549.81 before cashback and reward card.

If you use the reward card and cashback it works out at £22.21 a month.
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Isn't it better to go through Quidco for £75 cashback or TCB for £70? I literally only just finished signing up in the wife's name to avoid the price hike and cash back tracked on Quidco within 5 minutes
Your not saying anything about the BT side of things ? is this for 2mb down .05k ? or what, fibre? adsl ? limited ? unlimited ? caps ? extra charges?
Par7825 m ago

Isn't it better to go through Quidco for £75 cashback or TCB for £70? I l …Isn't it better to go through Quidco for £75 cashback or TCB for £70? I literally only just finished signing up in the wife's name to avoid the price hike and cash back tracked on Quidco within 5 minutes


EXcellent can you post your experince here hotukdeals.com/dea…095


i didn't in the end because BT offered me free sports for a year and £26.99 for infinity on a 12 month contract too. Perfect for next years black friday deals.

Not as cheap as signing up again but you never know whats going to happen with cashback or there card.
Par781 h, 0 m ago

Isn't it better to go through Quidco for £75 cashback or TCB for £70? I l …Isn't it better to go through Quidco for £75 cashback or TCB for £70? I literally only just finished signing up in the wife's name to avoid the price hike and cash back tracked on Quidco within 5 minutes


True but the cashback might not pay out, as is often the case with such deals.
Why is this cold?
GwanGy2 h, 11 m ago

Your not saying anything about the BT side of things ? is this for 2mb …Your not saying anything about the BT side of things ? is this for 2mb down .05k ? or what, fibre? adsl ? limited ? unlimited ? caps ? extra charges?

If you're referring to me, I thought it would be obvious but this is for the deal in this post (Infinity 1 at £29.99 for 18 months + £9.99 p&p). Also worth noting the BF deal also includes 18 months free BT sports.
Anon322 h, 2 m ago

EXcellent can you post your experince here …EXcellent can you post your experince here https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/bt-broadband-price-rises-if-you-have-a-wife-or-someone-else-then-sign-up-to-a-new-deal-bt-broadband-90-through-tcb-and-100-master-card-2826095i didn't in the end because BT offered me free sports for a year and £26.99 for infinity on a 12 month contract too. Perfect for next years black friday deals. Not as cheap as signing up again but you never know whats going to happen with cashback or there card.

Not sure if you're aware but the black Friday deal on BT's website also quotes free BT sports for 18 months.

I'll post in the other thread when I get to a PC, too much to type on a phone
Edited by: "Par78" 17th Nov 2017
No its cheaper to sign up again but thats not guaranteed to go smoothly at least this way its 12 months contract and still much cheaper than what i was paying before. I had 9 months left of the old contract so in effect only rxtending it by 3 months
Anon3233 m ago

No its cheaper to sign up again but thats not guaranteed to go smoothly at …No its cheaper to sign up again but thats not guaranteed to go smoothly at least this way its 12 months contract and still much cheaper than what i was paying before. I had 9 months left of the old contract so in effect only rxtending it by 3 months


Yeah in your case it's definitely better to renegotiate for a better price if you can.
This is actually a good deal i want as i already have free sports through sky but pay for the HD version and im free to leave due to price increase but can not get this deal to go through at all as im still with them and they wont offer me anything besides the 80 mbs for 28.99 i am on but roped into a new 18 monther. I would for this offer with the cashback and other freebies
Are these prices subject to the price increase early next year?
Don't think so. Otherwise you'll be able to leave free of charge!
Sonic_181 h, 38 m ago

Don't think so. Otherwise you'll be able to leave free of charge!


I don't think you would be able to leave cos there is a big banner announcing the price rises while you land on the BT page. That's why I'm wondering if it's a scheduled increase to the package price.
I went for the BT infinity 1 package for £29.99 just this morning. On my billing page, it says the price will remain the same after 7th January 2018.

This includes upto 52Mbps and line rental.
I also got BT Sport HD on a Sky box for free, for 18 months.
I also got £100 BR rewards card and £75 TCB tracked.

All in all, it's a great deal!
Forgot to mention, there was no setup fees. Only a £9.99 delivery fee for the router.
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