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NowTV 2 Month Entertainment pass £10 @ Currys

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This is cheapest I can find for a voucher., for EXISTING CUSTOMERS.
Considering the passes go up on 9th Oct to £8.99 a month it's a saving of £4 a month
Or £3.99 if you're picky
Lots of deals for NEW CUSTOMERS but I dont want to be faffing about changing accounts eyc
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This pass 20% off in Tesco until 22/9/19 matching the buy one month get one free offer via now direct.
Any idea on expiry on this? I keep being offered £2.40 p/m this year so covered to Jan but might be a handy back up if they ever try to put the squeeze on
It’s been this price for ages. I buy this through TopCashback when they do their offers for spending £10
£10 is the standard price everywhere.. not a deal
It’s £9.59 on the NowTv website as they’ve currently got offers on the entertainment pass.
Now TV is no longer the bargain it has been for years.
MisterNippy15/09/2019 13:03

Now TV is no longer the bargain it has been for years.


Correct.

Cheaper to be on Sky Q - though perhaps that's where they are going with it. A Q style box with no dish reliance.

Already available in Austria and Italy as per pocket-lint.com/tv/…y-x
Edited by: "360finder" 15th Sep
Store pick up only.
£10 is not a good deal Cold
I bought 2 from Tesco last week. Checked with Now TV customer services and they said they were valid until 2023.
Now TV are doing 2 months for the price of one on their passes ATM so that is cheaper, new customers only though.

nowtv.com/wat…gen
Edited by: "Cremoso99" 15th Sep
Can you 'stack' these? (eg. Buy 3 and apply them all to get 6 months straight up?).
Nowtv sending out emails with free month of Entertainment.
360finder15/09/2019 13:10

Correct.Cheaper to be on Sky Q - though perhaps that's where they are …Correct.Cheaper to be on Sky Q - though perhaps that's where they are going with it. A Q style box with no dish reliance.Already available in Austria and Italy as per https://www.pocket-lint.com/tv/news/sky/148401-sky-x


It would be great if the did the Sky Go app for a Roku stick.
GreatBallsofFire16/09/2019 10:47

Can you 'stack' these? (eg. Buy 3 and apply them all to get 6 months …Can you 'stack' these? (eg. Buy 3 and apply them all to get 6 months straight up?).


No you can only apply your next voucher, when the other has less than a month left to run.
peter1969uk16/09/2019 19:54

It would be great if the did the Sky Go app for a Roku stick.


Or a Firestick or anything else useful. I mean you know for those of us who pay then enough but don't wanna pay another £13 for multiroom
360finder16/09/2019 20:05

Or a Firestick or anything else useful. I mean you know for those of us …Or a Firestick or anything else useful. I mean you know for those of us who pay then enough but don't wanna pay another £13 for multiroom


That's why they don't do it, I have a Sky Q box, which came with the multi room package for nowt. But I only have the one TV, however I do work away from home, so would like that to be able to watch via an app, and not just on a phone or laptop.
Edited by: "peter1969uk" 16th Sep
peter1969uk16/09/2019 20:07

Why why they don't do it, I have a Sky Q box, which came with the multi …Why why they don't do it, I have a Sky Q box, which came with the multi room package for nowt. But I only have the one TV, however I do work away from home, so would like that to be able to watch via an app.


That you can, just only on Android, Apple or Laptop??!!?
360finder16/09/2019 20:10

That you can, just only on Android, Apple or Laptop??!!?


I stay in a lot of hotels and find it easier, with the roku stick rather than on a laptop.
peter1969uk16/09/2019 20:19

I stay in a lot of hotels and find it easier, with the roku stick rather …I stay in a lot of hotels and find it easier, with the roku stick rather than on a laptop.


HDMI cable?

Crap in terms of a solution, the idea obviously is to make people who have A keep it to themselves rather than 'sell a stick' to 'friends & family' - keeping NowTV on a stick allows them to do this. TBH NowTV is cheaper for the many compared to a £13pm multiroom subscription. And the added ability to drop in and out. But far as I can see there's no reason if you signed into Now with your SkyID they couldn't allow access to the content for no additional charge.
360finder16/09/2019 20:23

HDMI cable?Crap in terms of a solution, the idea obviously is to make …HDMI cable?Crap in terms of a solution, the idea obviously is to make people who have A keep it to themselves rather than 'sell a stick' to 'friends & family' - keeping NowTV on a stick allows them to do this. TBH NowTV is cheaper for the many compared to a £13pm multiroom subscription. And the added ability to drop in and out. But far as I can see there's no reason if you signed into Now with your SkyID they couldn't allow access to the content for no additional charge.


Again they wont, as they know they have people like me, who pay for Sky and still use NowTV when travelling.
peter1969uk16/09/2019 20:26

Again they wont, as they know they have people like me, who pay for Sky …Again they wont, as they know they have people like me, who pay for Sky and still use NowTV when travelling.


Yup.

I make do with the tablet on travels, or phone. But as a Sky Mobile customer I don't pay for the data. Or need to enter loads of hotel WiFi codes.
Does anyone have a link to these cheaper passes FOR EXISTING CUSTOMERS?
Hear a lot of talk about them but haven't seen a link
Please post if you do
PAULTRD15/09/2019 07:36

£10 is the standard price everywhere.. not a deal



Yes, these passes have worked out at £5 a month from retailers like Argos, Currys PC World, Wilko etc for the 5 years I've use Now TV, the only change is that is use to be £15 for 3 months rather than £10 for 2.
MisterNippy15/09/2019 13:03

Now TV is no longer the bargain it has been for years.



Depends on how cheap you are getting the passes, I've had a Now TV Entertainment passes all year (initially from Sweatcoin, then stacked McDonalds passes) and haven't paid a penny for them. You also normally get offered a deal in the region of £2 to £3 a month when you cancel an existing pass.
Edited by: "bitm2007" 17th Sep
GreatBallsofFire16/09/2019 10:47

Can you 'stack' these? (eg. Buy 3 and apply them all to get 6 months …Can you 'stack' these? (eg. Buy 3 and apply them all to get 6 months straight up?).



Yes, but they have to be applied one at a time when you have lessthan 30 days remaining on the previous pass. If you want a longer pass you can get 5 months for £25 pass cards as well.

cdkeys.com/top…ass
Edited by: "bitm2007" 17th Sep
Stevie3rd17/09/2019 02:48

Does anyone have a link to these cheaper passes FOR EXISTING …Does anyone have a link to these cheaper passes FOR EXISTING CUSTOMERS?Hear a lot of talk about them but haven't seen a link Please post if you do



Most of them are from CD keys or Gamivo, but if you opt to follow the Now TV deals on this site there are deals from other retailers posted on here as well.

cdkeys.com/cat…+tv

gamivo.com/
Cdkeys ones are out of stock for days now
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