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NowTV and 4 month Entertainment pass - £14.99 DELIVERED @ shopto/ebay
NowTV and 4 month Entertainment pass  - £14.99 DELIVERED @ shopto/ebay

NowTV and 4 month Entertainment pass - £14.99 DELIVERED @ shopto/ebay

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NOW TV BOX + 4 MONTH SKY ENTERTAINMENT PASS

NOW TV BOX + 3 MONTH SKY MOVIES PASS

NOW TV BOX + 1 DAY SPORTS PASS

£14.99 - delivered with free postage

Note this is cheaper than tesco/sainsbury deal when you add delivery....

15 Comments

Are another one....................

Lol. I know I'll post a deal that's been listed numerous times over the past few days.

But as a little twist my deal will be a higher price than the others.

ja686

Lol. I know I'll post a deal that's been listed numerous times over the … Lol. I know I'll post a deal that's been listed numerous times over the past few days. But as a little twist my deal will be a higher price than the others.


All the other deals have ended, so get off your high horse?

RyanBest

All the other deals have ended, so get off your high horse?



I think the point is yes it has been posted so many times and although the £12 deals have gone, most people on here now know where to look for a cheaper version.

These are getting very boring now... Yes it is a great box when the firmware is hacked, but does it need posting every 10 minutes with a deal when a place has sold out

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brainbug100

Are another one....................



Are another one..................?

Ah another one................? (relaxed)

Argh another one.............? (p***** off)

Arr another one.............? (pirate day)

r anuva 1.............? (text response)

Help us out (_;)

Still only £12.49 is Sainsbury's...

brainbug100

I think the point is yes it has been posted so many times and although … I think the point is yes it has been posted so many times and although the £12 deals have gone, most people on here now know where to look for a cheaper version.


This is a deal website, yes? So when there is a good deal out there, it should be worth posting right? Going by the logic that it's been posted too often, should we only allow the same item listed on this site once a month, because it's been posted "too many times"? The point is, not everyone clicks every thread. Not everyone sees the thread. Not everyone can afford to buy it at the time. They were not interested in the product at the time, and now are. There is many factors of which deals are worth posting multiple times, as long as they are actually good deals.

PhilipJFry

Still only £12.49 is Sainsbury's...


Thats a better deal without doubt right now. But unless you're passing by, you have go drive/get a bus/train(or do the old fashioned walk to the shop which can be inconvenient if you don't live close) there which costs money. So it ends up being almost the same price.



Edited by: "RyanBest" 27th Jul 2014

brainbug100

Are another one....................

hahaha

Original Poster

PhilipJFry

Still only £12.49 is Sainsbury's...



How about delivery ? (many local stores don't have them)

This is cheaper than the sainsbury's deal when delivered: £12.49 + 3.95 = £16.49
also cheaper than tescos: £12.50 + £3.00 = £15.50

Edited by: "mikerr" 1st Aug 2014

BuzzDuraband

Are another one..................?Ah another one................? … Are another one..................?Ah another one................? (relaxed)Argh another one.............? (p***** off)Arr another one.............? (pirate day)r anuva 1.............? (text response)Help us out (_;)




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Er this one as in the amount of these deals posted would contribute greatly to the surface area of a small field.

(did I get away with that!)

Edited by: "brainbug100" 27th Jul 2014

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brainbug100

Er this one as in the amount of these deals posted would contribute … Er this one as in the amount of these deals posted would contribute greatly to the surface area of a small field. (did I get away with that!)



It will do (_;)

RyanBest

All the other deals have ended, so get off your high horse?





Ok will do?

I'm just having an argument with NowTV.
Registered mine today but used the same card as I did when registered a box for my Parents a year ago.
They just wanted a box to get iPlayer on their TV so I used my card to get them started.
When I registered my own account and for a free 30 day movie trial today, they charged me £8.99 for it because of the above
No message to say it would happen, only an email afterwards with today's charge on it.
Not impressed

CrazyBob

I'm just having an argument with NowTV.Registered mine today but used the … I'm just having an argument with NowTV.Registered mine today but used the same card as I did when registered a box for my Parents a year ago. They just wanted a box to get iPlayer on their TV so I used my card to get them started.When I registered my own account and for a free 30 day movie trial today, they charged me £8.99 for it because of the aboveNo message to say it would happen, only an email afterwards with today's charge on it.Not impressed



Get in touch with them via their online chat indicating that you forgot that you already had an account and can they cancel your 'new' account and refund the £8.99. I assume that you used the same email address address both times? Did you use the same postal address as well?

Anyway if you are registering your own account in future make sure you use a different email address - just get one from hotmail or gmail... Good luck.

Edited by: "martinjw" 31st Jul 2014
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