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Sky original bundle (£20 for the 12 months after deals)
Sky original bundle (£20 for the 12 months after deals)

Sky original bundle (£20 for the 12 months after deals)

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Sky offering original bundle £20/ month.

£100 prepaid MasterCard

£115 top cash back (potentially) (tracked)

Called them up after 3 days to cancel and they offered half price so £10/ month for a year.

£120 yearly cost -£100 MasterCard = £20 for a years sky. If the cash back comes through as well potential £95 profit. it's my first post so feel free to correct me. Enjoy

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There's no way the cashback will track if they give you it half price

Original Poster

it's already tracking

Nice first post, aggressive approach superb!! HOT! HE/SHE WHO DARES WINS!

louisbutler92

it's already tracking



Doesn't mean it'll pay. (_;)

Original Poster

mtuk1 agreed that's why I said in the title £20 after all deals and potentially £95 profit after cashback. unlikely but not impossible. £20 for a years sky isn't bad is it?

Did you also get the Gift stated in your deal pic?

Original Poster

rogan1791

Did you also get the Gift stated in your deal pic?



you can pick between the TV laptop or £100 prepaid card ​

louisbutler92

you can pick between the TV laptop or £100 prepaid card ​



​Thanks for updating the image

Original Poster

rogan1791

​Thanks for updating the image



​haha cheers for the correction

+ £145.50 for a TV licence.

Netflix, Amazon Prime TV, All4 for me..


EDIT: Good price for what it is though, cheaper than usual and possibility for profit, so.. heat.
Edited by: "Rastafari" 20th Sep 2016

Hope it works out for you, but I doubt everyone will be able to replicate this deal so I'm not voting either way.

louisbutler92

mtuk1 agreed that's why I said in the title £20 after all deals and … mtuk1 agreed that's why I said in the title £20 after all deals and potentially £95 profit after cashback. unlikely but not impossible. £20 for a years sky isn't bad is it?



​how do you have the brass neck to take out a year contract and then cancel after 3 days? what reason did you give for wanting to cancel? just interested

Banned

no chance

Deano467

​how do you have the brass neck to take out a year contract and then c … ​how do you have the brass neck to take out a year contract and then cancel after 3 days? what reason did you give for wanting to cancel? just interested



Everyone has the right to cancel during the cooling off period, no reason needed . Can just say changed minds

Deano467

​how do you have the brass neck to take out a year contract and then c … ​how do you have the brass neck to take out a year contract and then cancel after 3 days? what reason did you give for wanting to cancel? just interested


Balls of Steel.

Original Poster

okay so I was in a 30 free cancellation period so i simply said it wasn't as good as I expected blah blah blah and they offered straight away pretty sure everyone can get the discount. BT's getting a call tomorrow

YouDontWantToKnow

no chance


There's every chance.

I've ordered loads of Sky products before. New accounts for TV, phone and broadband (all separate), all for family and friends when there are deals on to help them save money. I always go through Quidco / TCB (whichever is better at the time) and manipulate the URL if needed to try and make the cashback track. It always tracks and (very nearly) always pays out. By that, I mean I've had one decline out of 12 over the past 2 years.

So no, cashback is never guaranteed but I would more surprised if the OP's cashback were to get declined than if it were to get paid out.

This deal should be hot. Sky original bundle @ £20 for 12 months, with new equipment, is a good deal. The (very real) possibility of making £95 profit from having it, well, that makes it a great deal. But, either way, hot.

Banned

qwerta369

There's every chance.I've ordered loads of Sky products before. New … There's every chance.I've ordered loads of Sky products before. New accounts for TV, phone and broadband (all separate), all for family and friends when there are deals on to help them save money. I always go through Quidco / TCB (whichever is better at the time) and manipulate the URL if needed to try and make the cashback track. It always tracks and (very nearly) always pays out. By that, I mean I've had one decline out of 12 over the past 2 years.So no, cashback is never guaranteed but I would more surprised if the OP's cashback were to get declined than if it were to get paid out.



Fair play.

hate sky but voted hot as its a good deal will tell in laws tomorrow

So for new customers only?? way to repay your loyal customers sky, I want a new laptop from ya Good deal for you

I forgot to use quidco. the engineers been an charged a tenner to plug it into the wall. if I cancel can I start the process again and get my cash back? on quidco? or will it be void? viewing card dosent come until the 29th. so far am not impressed.... also I can't claim my tv yet as no viewing card. Think I spoke to the op yesterday.

** dish and wires were already available he literally plugged the box in and left as the viewing cards in the post? I want my quidco cash back but fear it's void now... was thinking I've nothing to lose by asking am actually furious that I was told I'd have sky today yet I wait another week for the viewing card? Thinking il be labelled an exsisting customer now though and quidco cash back is for new customers? ?

if I can cancel il literally do it right now and start again on quidco as I'm not activated yet??

Original Poster

lindus

if I can cancel il literally do it right now and start again on quidco as … if I can cancel il literally do it right now and start again on quidco as I'm not activated yet??



lindus top cashback pays better mate. cancel and repeat your order then after you're activated cancel again after about 3 days

qwerta369

There's every chance.I've ordered loads of Sky products before. New … There's every chance.I've ordered loads of Sky products before. New accounts for TV, phone and broadband (all separate), all for family and friends when there are deals on to help them save money. I always go through Quidco / TCB (whichever is better at the time) and manipulate the URL if needed to try and make the cashback track. It always tracks and (very nearly) always pays out. By that, I mean I've had one decline out of 12 over the past 2 years.So no, cashback is never guaranteed but I would more surprised if the OP's cashback were to get declined than if it were to get paid out.


What do you mean by manipulate the URL? Just trying to understand why.
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