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Sky Q Entertainment TV and Netflix for £25 a month for 18 months / Set up fee £20 - £470 at Sky Digital
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Sky Q Entertainment TV and Netflix for £25 a month for 18 months / Set up fee £20 - £470 at Sky Digital

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Posted 19th Oct 2019

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

£20 upfront setup fee

£25 a month includes a HD Netflix subscription

18 month contract, thereafter unless cancelled £39 a month.

Includes 1 Sky Q standard HD box allowing you to record 3 channels at once

All in one place on Sky Q

Over 300 channels including exclusive Sky Originals

Ultimate On Demand with Netflix & 500 Sky Box Sets

Easy to link your existing Netflix account and you won’t be charged twice

Unfortunately cannot find any cashback deals with this one at present, but if someone can find one please let me know.
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Martyn33419/10/2019 12:03

I pay £13.50 (used to be £10 but so many prices increases will try haggle a …I pay £13.50 (used to be £10 but so many prices increases will try haggle again when renewals up) for Sky and £6 for my Premium Netflix account... totalling £19.50 this doesn't seem like a deal to me....


Good for you - well done.

Please do post a link to your deal? No? Cant do that as you haggled to do so?

Not really comparable then is it? Some people just dont want to haggle, if all of their customers did, then those that do, wouldnt get such good deals - many companies business models work on the basis that a certain % of their customers will never haggle.
Martyn33419/10/2019 12:17

Sky HD? utter waste of money, my TV upscales nicely, I really don't see it …Sky HD? utter waste of money, my TV upscales nicely, I really don't see it as being any benefit other than more money into sky's pocket.


And what amazing tv do you have that manages to make the terrible SD feeds look watchable ?
Martyn33419/10/2019 12:17

Sky HD? utter waste of money, my TV upscales nicely, I really don't see it …Sky HD? utter waste of money, my TV upscales nicely, I really don't see it as being any benefit other than more money into sky's pocket.


Think you need a eyetest.
I find it mesmerising that Sky have still got the front to ask for an extra £10 for an HD service.
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Is the Netflix a family account?
I pay £13.50 (used to be £10 but so many prices increases will try haggle again when renewals up) for Sky and £6 for my Premium Netflix account... totalling £19.50 this doesn't seem like a deal to me....
Any cashback?
Martyn33419/10/2019 12:03

I pay £13.50 (used to be £10 but so many prices increases will try haggle a …I pay £13.50 (used to be £10 but so many prices increases will try haggle again when renewals up) for Sky and £6 for my Premium Netflix account... totalling £19.50 this doesn't seem like a deal to me....


Good for you - well done.

Please do post a link to your deal? No? Cant do that as you haggled to do so?

Not really comparable then is it? Some people just dont want to haggle, if all of their customers did, then those that do, wouldnt get such good deals - many companies business models work on the basis that a certain % of their customers will never haggle.
Martyn33419/10/2019 12:03

I pay £13.50 (used to be £10 but so many prices increases will try haggle a …I pay £13.50 (used to be £10 but so many prices increases will try haggle again when renewals up) for Sky and £6 for my Premium Netflix account... totalling £19.50 this doesn't seem like a deal to me....


That is a lucky deal. And no HD?
I priced it up yesterday At £35 but added movies and HD.

Sports were an extra £16 I think.

£35 does r seem to bad for what you get. Any cash back around ?
googleboogle19/10/2019 12:16

That is a lucky deal. And no HD?


Sky HD? utter waste of money, my TV upscales nicely, I really don't see it as being any benefit other than more money into sky's pocket.
Martyn33419/10/2019 12:17

Sky HD? utter waste of money, my TV upscales nicely, I really don't see it …Sky HD? utter waste of money, my TV upscales nicely, I really don't see it as being any benefit other than more money into sky's pocket.


And what amazing tv do you have that manages to make the terrible SD feeds look watchable ?
Couldn't find any cashback deals, I'm assuming the Netflix would be Family as you can use your existing account.
You can easily link your Netflix account to Ultimate On Demand, keeping your profiles, when you activate Netflix with Ultimate On Demand.

If you have a Netflix Premium account, add Sky Q experience to continue watching Netflix across 4 devices at the same time in Ultra HD.

If you have Netflix but not Ultimate On Demand, sign into Netflix App within the Apps section on Q Home using your Netflix account details (Netflix account e-mail address and password).
Edited by: "anthonyduffy526" 19th Oct 2019
The price of 4K is madness mind extra £13
This only for new customers ??? Cause I’m already paying more than this for less
Martyn33419/10/2019 12:17

Sky HD? utter waste of money, my TV upscales nicely, I really don't see it …Sky HD? utter waste of money, my TV upscales nicely, I really don't see it as being any benefit other than more money into sky's pocket.


Think you need a eyetest.
Martyn33419/10/2019 12:17

Sky HD? utter waste of money, my TV upscales nicely, I really don't see it …Sky HD? utter waste of money, my TV upscales nicely, I really don't see it as being any benefit other than more money into sky's pocket.


Of course it does..... all its really doing is stretching out the SD 576p broadcast to fit on your TV. there is a world of difference bwetwen the SKY SD feeds and HD Feeds
shay1234519/10/2019 12:29

This only for new customers ??? Cause I’m already paying more than this f …This only for new customers ??? Cause I’m already paying more than this for less


Just spoke to Sky as an existing customer, they said it is online only and i was not eligible so think it's for new customers only
markevans3119/10/2019 13:53

Just spoke to Sky as an existing customer, they said it is online only and …Just spoke to Sky as an existing customer, they said it is online only and i was not eligible so think it's for new customers only


Well that’s annoying!
So I called them up and the current package I'm on is £28/month for a 2TB Sky Q box and two mini boxes for the entertainment package because I have an existing discount of £9/month on there already which will expire in September 2020.

If I sign up for this new offer now I will get the Ultimate On Demand bundle (including Netflix premium) for £10/month and any discounts I currently get will disappear.

So total cost would be £38/month for sky entertainment, UOD and multi screen for 18 months. It costs £12/month just to add the UOD bundle normally so I don't think this is particularly good deal for me

There's a £10 one off admin fee as well for signing up
Edited by: "spikyface" 19th Oct 2019
I've got the 4 screen family netflix - if I took this would I still keep the 4 screens as my kids watch it on their devices?
There's a £10 one off admin fee to sign up as well
So I’m paying £10 for premium Netflix. Will this only cost me £15 extra? Seems like it obviously will but seems too good to be true
googleboogle19/10/2019 12:19

And what amazing tv do you have that manages to make the terrible SD feeds …And what amazing tv do you have that manages to make the terrible SD feeds look watchable ?


As I get older my eyes seen to be getting worse. I remember I saw such a difference when I moved from VHS to dvd, nowdays with 720p to 1080p to 4k not so much
Used to get all channels with HD on 12 month contract for £20 a month.

Awful deal. Can get premium netflix for just over £5 a month, a crap SD entertainment package is not worth £20 a month.
I find it mesmerising that Sky have still got the front to ask for an extra £10 for an HD service.
201519/10/2019 14:53

So I’m paying £10 for premium Netflix. Will this only cost me £15 extra? Se …So I’m paying £10 for premium Netflix. Will this only cost me £15 extra? Seems like it obviously will but seems too good to be true


Or think of it another way, you could get now tv entertainment pack for £6pm (exactly the same as sky, as it’s made by sky), saving £8 over this deal.

£15 for the sky entertainment pack is overpriced.
Edited by: "manbearpig" 19th Oct 2019
manbearpig19/10/2019 15:35

Or think of it another way, you could get now tv entertainment pack for …Or think of it another way, you could get now tv entertainment pack for £6pm (exactly the same as sky, as it’s made by sky), saving £8 over this deal. £15 for the sky entertainment pack is overpriced.


Genuine question, can you record on now TV?
googleboogle19/10/2019 12:19

And what amazing tv do you have that manages to make the terrible SD feeds …And what amazing tv do you have that manages to make the terrible SD feeds look watchable ?


Hey man his tv converts sd 480p to 4k hes from the future!
Martyn33419/10/2019 12:17

Sky HD? utter waste of money, my TV upscales nicely, I really don't see it …Sky HD? utter waste of money, my TV upscales nicely, I really don't see it as being any benefit other than more money into sky's pocket.


Sky deliberately downgrades the quality of its SD sport broadcasts to make the difference in HD much clearer and more attractive to potential punters.
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I renewed my contract £17 + £1 for HD = £18 for 18 months... their SD broadcast is worst, specially on all latest TVs so HD is must to enjoy viewing experience properly..
Edited by: "maulikb_shah" 19th Oct 2019
El.Duderino19/10/2019 16:04

Sky deliberately downgrades the quality of its SD sport broadcasts to make …Sky deliberately downgrades the quality of its SD sport broadcasts to make the difference in HD much clearer and more attractive to potential punters.


This is correct.
maulikb_shah19/10/2019 16:37

[Image] I renewed my contract £17 + £1 for HD = £18 for 18 months...


Your paying to much
anand_patel19/10/2019 16:45

Your paying to much


Share your deals if you can... just to match up how much extra I am paying as I am on 14 days cooling off period till tomorrow...
Edited by: "maulikb_shah" 19th Oct 2019
maulikb_shah19/10/2019 16:48

Share your deals if you can... just to match up how much extra I am paying …Share your deals if you can... just to match up how much extra I am paying as I am on 14 days cooling off period till tomorrow...


Just paid £9 inc hd and netflix
El.Duderino19/10/2019 16:04

Sky deliberately downgrades the quality of its SD sport broadcasts to make …Sky deliberately downgrades the quality of its SD sport broadcasts to make the difference in HD much clearer and more attractive to potential punters.


You can tell the difference from SD & HD on more than just sport, channel 4 for example is obvious.

HD on sky is often negotiated down to a £1.
anand_patel19/10/2019 16:50

Just paid £9 inc hd and netflix



Very nice deal it would be better if you could share the bills screenshot - as this is unbelievable deal
niko19/10/2019 12:07

Any cashback?



If you have a friend who has sky, they could refer you, and you would both get a £75 prepaid MasterCard. This would make the deal effectively £21.95 a month over 18 months if you spend the £75. Can't see any other cashback option apart from this though
maulikb_shah19/10/2019 17:11

Very nice deal it would be better if you could share the bills screenshot …Very nice deal it would be better if you could share the bills screenshot - as this is unbelievable deal


Gdpr sorry cant do that
anand_patel19/10/2019 17:20

Gdpr sorry cant do that


Not hard to hide any pii data from the bill
El.Duderino19/10/2019 16:04

Sky deliberately downgrades the quality of its SD sport broadcasts to make …Sky deliberately downgrades the quality of its SD sport broadcasts to make the difference in HD much clearer and more attractive to potential punters.


Although I agree that their SD quality is awful, far worse than Freeview SD etc, I read they do it to free up the bandwidth for their HD channels but of course, also has the effect of pushing people onto HD.

My wife is as blind as a bat and cant be bothered to wear her specs, so SD is good enough for her so she gets annoyed when 30 seconds into a programme I switch to the HD version of the same channel - makes sod all difference to her but a world of difference to me!
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