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    60% off Sky!!! Best deal I've ever had from them.

    so I left Sky about a month ago now and still in the TV cancellation period with them and was offered 30%, then 50% and yesterday received a 60% offer to be taken by the 20th Sept!.

    Not interested now as signed up with BT and very happy but why can't they offer better deals before you leave. Not saying 60% off but better deals to existing customers rather than new and people who leave sky like this deal.

    just curious if anyone has received a better off then this one.

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    Pretty much usual practice with sky, I've always cancelled waited a week or two then signed back up when I get the call offering 60% discount,

    Been doing this for 15 years only paid full price for about 6 months in that time, 3 years ago hot two years of 75% off, and last year 60 with £100 account credit taking it over 75% off. 60% is good but ask for account credit, £50 to £75 is doable at the moment.

    Keep an eye on the misc 75% off thread it's old but updated with what people get currently.

    Good luck.

    Just as the previous two posters, pretty much the norm for Sky. No idea why they don't just offer it at the start and save everyone a whole load of time but last year I was on the 75% off deal on a 12 month contract, when they ran out, I'm now on a 60% off deal but only a monthly rolling contract.

    I was offered the same 60% off told them one of my sky boxes isn't working very well so they gave me a new one but reduced the discount to 50%. I was very happy with that.

    I have staff codes for skyQ with a mini box full package for £35pm. Not suppose to promote them like this so will delete soon, pm in you want one have to be a new customer (not had sky in your name for 12months)

    Shame their internet is dump really. No percentage amount would entice me back

    Hi can you send me the code please

    Left Sky in June and have received several 'come back to us ' offers the best being 60% off plus £75 bill credit.

    I've recently given them notice and I was paying about 51pcm for original bundle and basic broadband plan is to buy back as a new customer and get Use TCB... is there any better options

    Thanks

    eslick

    Been doing this for 15 years only paid full price for about 6 months in … Been doing this for 15 years only paid full price for about 6 months in that time, 3 years ago hot two years of 75% off, and last year 60 with £100 account credit taking it over 75% off. 60% is good but ask for account credit, £50 to £75 is doable at the moment. Keep an eye on the misc 75% off thread it's old but updated with what people get currently.Good luck.


    60% is normal for existing active customers too. I'd expect more of a discount for returning though as after 12 months you would be considered "new".

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    Edited by: "kiish" 14th Oct 2016

    gsj87

    Just as the previous two posters, pretty much the norm for Sky. No idea … Just as the previous two posters, pretty much the norm for Sky. No idea why they don't just offer it at the start and save everyone a whole load of time but last year I was on the 75% off deal on a 12 month contract, when they ran out, I'm now on a 60% off deal but only a monthly rolling contract.



    ​Yep I cancelled a month ago and they offered me that yesterday. Not taking them up on it though I've had enough

    whitey6272

    I have staff codes for skyQ with a mini box full package for £35pm. Not … I have staff codes for skyQ with a mini box full package for £35pm. Not suppose to promote them like this so will delete soon, pm in you want one have to be a new customer (not had sky in your name for 12months)



    ​Can I have the code Ive never been a sky customer but my wife has any 2tb boxes
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