Sky sports flash upgrade sale. £10 a month for 6 months upgrade with sky. (existing customers)
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Sky sports flash upgrade sale. £10 a month for 6 months upgrade with sky. (existing customers)

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Found 22nd Jan 2016
Sky are currently offering a flash sale of sky sports at £10 a month for 6 months for existing customers to upgrade, or £5 if you're a movies customer. Also £12 quidco cash back.

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Hi can you cancel after 6 months or is it a 12 month contract

Believe in better.

i got 3 months sky sports free with talktalk as a good will jesture after they got hacked with no commitment

Freezing. Always better to keep your current offer with these 'offers'.

cancel any time. minimum 1 month

£10 is what they should charge anyway, especially if Sky Sports is ad supported too. Can't believe they charge £20+ a month for this.

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I agree, but £10 is better than £25.50 and come the end of the offer I will cancel the subscription. I just thought I'd be decent and share the offer for everyone.

topcashback are offering £36.75 cashback with this deal!

This looked attractive and made me check my bill. Then I realised Sky had upped my TV package. So, I called and got £14 a month knocked off. Thanks OP. But you can only have one Sky offer. Not really such a good deal then.

Added Sky Sports for £5 extra and my bill went up by £14. Was told that adding Sports had cancelled my Black Friday Movies deal so I had to pay full price for that. Asked for Sports to be removed, to be told I may not get the Movies deal reinstated. Awaiting a call from the 'Back Office' tomorrow.

Lots of folk having the same issue.

Im only paying £16.50 at the minute for my sky tv and broadband.... considering adding the sports for the rugby.

will it wipe out my £16.50 offer?

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Pitbikeboy

Im only paying £16.50 at the minute for my sky tv and broadband.... … Im only paying £16.50 at the minute for my sky tv and broadband.... considering adding the sports for the rugby. will it wipe out my £16.50 offer?


More than likely, the small print states it will cancel any current TV offers.

any offers applied after a current offer will replace any existing offers, I made this mistake recently with a £43.85 win back offer for movies, sports, hd, line and bb with family and used a £2.50 off movies discount, my 60% off deal for the above was replaced with a £2.50 offer and my bill went upto £83, I phoned them straight away and at first they tried to offer me 50% or wave early contract end charge til June, I phoned back the next day and advisor put a csr or csi escalation thingy through and I received a txt today to say they re-instated my 60% off customer win back offer, I was lucky because when you upgrade or downgrade or add/remove they could just quote the disclaimer you agree too before you add/remove, so with any offers.. look to see if you better or worse offer before you apply it because it's not easy to reverse once done, hope this helps someone

Kopter

Added Sky Sports for £5 extra and my bill went up by £14. Was told that a … Added Sky Sports for £5 extra and my bill went up by £14. Was told that adding Sports had cancelled my Black Friday Movies deal so I had to pay full price for that. Asked for Sports to be removed, to be told I may not get the Movies deal reinstated. Awaiting a call from the 'Back Office' tomorrow. Lots of folk having the same issue.



Ended up getting £5 off multi room, £5 off HD package and £10 off line rental. So I am now £6+ cheaper than where I started.
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