Now TV Sky Sports Month Pass - £19.99 per month for 2 months

Now TV Sky Sports Month Pass - £19.99 per month for 2 months

Found 9th Aug 2017Edited by:"fcbarcelona1990"
Now TV Sky Sports Month Pass - £19.99 per month for 2 months


£19.99 Sky Sports Month Pass per month for two months: Voucher code entitles recipient to two consecutive Sky Sports Month Passes for £19.99 per month (standard price currently £33.99. Available to new NOW TV customers without a Sky Sports Pass only. Offer price only valid for two months. 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 13 August 2017 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 for list of compatible devices. Red button and interactive services are unavailable. All live scheduling may be subject to change.

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£19.99 PER MONTH for 2 months, not £19.99 for 2 months.
Yep, as the others said it's £19.99 per month. Still a good deal if you don't have Sky etc.
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Decent price considering a weekly pass is £10.99 and a monthly is usually £32.99. Why so cold?
Thanks op, great price. Heat added
Exactly what I was looking for. Now I can legally watch the EPL
Cold only available to new customers.
Good deal, I got an email offer through for £20 a month for 4 months.
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Seems like it's for new customers only!! If not then HOT. Has anyone tried yet?
Do you have to activate the pass by date stated 13th or can you activate at a ĺater date. Or do you just have to redeem it?
Yeah looks likes its new subscribers only, even though I only signed up a few weeks ago. Used my free pass yesterday had not issues with the picture but its pretty sneaky to splash the offer around without really making it clear that it's for new customer only (just really small print). Surely they want to sell subs to "dormant" customers as well?

Since I'm now an existing customer, I don't see what attraction there is to pay full price whilst basically being in the same boat as non-subscribers (i.e. I haven't paid any money out yet).
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