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Now TV Sky Cinema 1 month Pass 99p ebay / arun_stewart
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Now TV Sky Cinema 1 month Pass 99p ebay / arun_stewart

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Available on Ebay and is genuine as I just bought one myself and have activated it. Beats paying £9.99. Great deal if like me, you added the first free code but realising afterwards that the 2nd code expires before the 1st one and now cannot be used as it has expired. (The 2 Now TV free codes that was available in the free category a few days ago)

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Hmmmm no doubt it's a free code , limited to 1 per customer so will assume they are sending everyone the same code

you need to activate before 6 Jan 17 as well

Original Poster

Well he sent me the free code that was on here as well as a code that was not on here. So the free one was a bonus. It helps to always pay via PayPal when buying these as it's Super Secure in that if it doesn't work they'd refund you

yep, they're trying to sell the current free month code...made £229 so far too. I won't be making it £230. freezing.

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I already used the free code (the 1st one) of 2 that was supplied on here under the free category but only realised afterwards that the 1st code expired after the 2nd free one and by the time the 1st code became active it was too late to add the 2nd free one as it already expired on the 31/12/206

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Either way...it beats having to pay the £9.99. But I can definitely say the code I had bought was definitely not listed as a free code on here.

Getting it free beats paying 99p

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Also a great deal if you've missed the opportunity to use the 2 free codes that were available on here.

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You cannot get it free if it's not one of the 2 codes listed on here under the free section. And if you missed the opportunity to use one or both of them. Then this is better than paying the £9.99 after that 1st free code you had used ends at the end of Jan. If you managed to use both Free codes then Awesomeness to you because you got 2 free months. If like me you only managed to use 1 free code then this is a Great Deal.

surely selling free codes even if is only 99p they are looking goes against the spirit of HUKD. I'm surprised the mods allowed this thread to be posted. As pointed out above the person selling has made over £200 profit in selling these, taking advantage of a free offer from sky/now TV, and why the OP keeps going on about what a good deal this is???

Normally posting a deal on Hot Deals would generate extra sales for the seller, but i suspect this will just end up with hundreds of people copying and making some easy cash. Thanks op

If in doubt ask the seller to post the item and agree to pay postage .

Proper dodge especially this is free.
Edited by: "kamakazi" 2nd Jan

DW79

Well he sent me the free code that was on here as well as a code that was … Well he sent me the free code that was on here as well as a code that was not on here. So the free one was a bonus. It helps to always pay via PayPal when buying these as it's Super Secure in that if it doesn't work they'd refund you



I may be wrong, I remember paypal would not cover "electron code" eg gift card codes etc

DW79

Well he sent me the free code that was on here as well as a code that was … Well he sent me the free code that was on here as well as a code that was not on here. So the free one was a bonus. It helps to always pay via PayPal when buying these as it's Super Secure in that if it doesn't work they'd refund you


Did you google the one you didn't find on here? Would clarify if its a 'personal' code or 'universal' code ( the latter will likely show up in a search ).

And damn. Didn't get round to putting that second code on my account from the two free codes posted on here .

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Meathotukdeals

Did you google the one you didn't find on here? Would clarify if its a … Did you google the one you didn't find on here? Would clarify if its a 'personal' code or 'universal' code ( the latter will likely show up in a search ).And damn. Didn't get round to putting that second code on my account from the two free codes posted on here .



​Same Only got to use the 1st free on here and only saw afterwards that the 2nd code expired before the 1st which I had used.

No, didn't Google it but still either way it is 99p! Some people are making such a big deal about the fact it may be a free code but it wasn't one of the two listed on here. And it still gave me an extra month from End Jan (with 1st the free code on here) + the one I bought on eBay with use up until 27th Feb

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dealchaser888

I may be wrong, I remember paypal would not cover "electron code" eg gift … I may be wrong, I remember paypal would not cover "electron code" eg gift card codes etc



​But they would cover anything bought not as expected. And anything which turns out to fraudulent

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cliosport65

If in doubt ask the seller to post the item and agree to pay postage .




You get the code straight away sent to your inbox so no postage. You activate it and that's it

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Deano467

surely selling free codes even if is only 99p they are looking goes … surely selling free codes even if is only 99p they are looking goes against the spirit of HUKD. I'm surprised the mods allowed this thread to be posted. As pointed out above the person selling has made over £200 profit in selling these, taking advantage of a free offer from sky/now TV, and why the OP keeps going on about what a good deal this is???



​If so they would ban it on eBay. And PayPal wouldn't allow it either. There are plenty of people selling unwanted passes on eBay. And I'm sure the majority is pretty legal.

Why has nobody bought the code and left the code as feedback
Need a new eBay account

Good profit for the man then lol shame about people not realising that they can get the code online elsewhere tho....

DW79

You get the code straight away sent to your inbox so no postage. You … You get the code straight away sent to your inbox so no postage. You activate it and that's it



​was meaning more for it been genuine

I'm already on the Samsung deal at £1.66 a month till feb. So cannot add any. Missed out on the entertainment deal. After I added a voucher

friendlytiger

Good profit for the man then lol shame about people not realising that … Good profit for the man then lol shame about people not realising that they can get the code online elsewhere tho....


On the flip side they may have been going to pay more than 99p for a month.

I'm pretty sure the OP is arun_stewart trying to promote his own listings. Judging by selling history there are other sellers on there selling cheap codes who were doing it before they were listed here so unfair to say all of them are lifted straight from here

Just had a closer look into arun_stewart's listings and he seems to use some very dodgy listing practises. Every item he sells, sell exactly 50 items minutes after it goes on sale and then after that, for each listing, you can not buy more than 1. Clearly he uses this selling to himself to boost sales rankings. Surely that is against ebay listing policies? Will have a word with ebay about that, not fair on anyone else surely.

Nothing wrong with selling something "free" for 99p if it helps someone save £9 off £9.99 - obviously, his "customers" would not have known about it if he had not advertised it so it is a win/win transaction. We may exchange knowledge for free on here but there are millions who do not know "here" exists.

On a point of information, eBay charge 10% (9.9p) then PayPal charge 3.4% + 20p (23.4p) so 1/3 of the money is not "profit". Before I was told about HUKD I would happily have parted with 99p for a "code" and not begrudge the seller his 66p revenue - knowledge is not always a charity.

I always remember a plumber's visit in the 90's to change a washer on a leaky tap. Why is the bill £20.50 I asked? "50p for the washer and £20 for knowing how to fit it!"
Edited by: "mikestones" 6th Jan

Nothing wrong with selling something "free" for 99p if it helps someone save £9 off £9.99 - obviously, his "customers" would not have known about it if he had not advertised it so it is a win/win exchange. We may exchange knowledge for free on here but there are millions who do not know "here" exists.

On a point of information, eBay charge 10% (9.9p) then PayPal charge 3.4% + 20p (23.4p) so 1/3 of the money is not "profit". Before I was told about HUKD I would happily have parted with 99p for a "code" and not begrudge the seller his 66p revenue - knowledge is not always a charity.

I always remember a plumber's visit in the 90's to change a washer on a leaky tap. Why is the bill £20.50 I asked? "50p for the washer and £20 for knowing how to fit it!"
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